Jun 10, 2014
Historic Tour Through Cherokee Lands Offered For Teachers
Red Clay State Park and the Friends of Red Clay will host A Historic Tour Through Cherokee Lands, a workshop for K-12 public, private and homeschool teachers, on Tuesday, June 17, and Tuesday, July 15, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. The workshop is designed to assist teachers in interpreting the history and culture of the Native Cherokee who once inhabited the ... (more)
In The Beginning: Great Moments in Memphis Barbecue
A lot can change in 37 years - as witnessed by the array of eateries serving everything from Middle Eastern gyros and Korean noodle dishes to Venezuelan nachos and Pan Asian fusion fare.
Lawsuit filed in 2012 Mr. Gas Marathon station crash
THE DAILY TIMES A tarp covers a section of the Mr. Gas Marathon station on Louisville Road in Alcoa last November after a truck crashed through the building the morning of Nov. 8, 2012.
The Jackson Sun
Sorghum: 'Nectar of the gods'
Sorghum is the "nectar of the gods." Sweet sorghum syrup is known in some parts of the country as molasses, but molasses is a byproduct of sugar cane or sugar beets.
No shutdown here: HonorAir Knoxville takes 120 veterans to D.C. memorials
THE DAILY TIMES Hundreds cram into McGhee Tyson Airport Wednesday evening as they wait to greet more than 120 veterans who flew to Washington, D.C. for the day to visit several memorials despite the recent government shutdown.