Nov 5, 2013
Korean War vet from Wartrace, Tenn., awarded Purple Heart
With relatives looking on, Earl G. Taylor was recognized by Major General Terry "Max" Haston, Tennessee's adjutant general, for wounds sustained in combat.
Wartrace gets ready for bargain hunters
For 17 years in late August, pickers and yard sale fans have been coming to the historic town of Wartrace, Tenn., in hopes of making a buy that leads to the perfect mantle piece, or at least makes for a good yard sale fish story.
Vicksburg, Gettysburg victories overshadow Union success at Tullahoma
Lost in the celebration of two Union victories at Vicksburg and Gettysburg was one more reason to rejoice for the North.
The Humane Society lashes out over the "Big Lick"
While the Humane Society has nothing against Tennessee Walking Horses, the animal rights group has plenty to say about the way they are trained to achieve their signature "Big Lick," movement using what it describes as cruel and harmful practices including "sporing" and "padding" thick horseshoes.