Sponsorship Adoption Tree to benefit homeless who lost pets

Sponsorship Adoption Tree to benefit homeless who lost pets

Dec 21, 2016 News

Gomez seeks treatment in Seymour

by Nathaniel Howard According to multiple reports, popular singer and actress Selena Gomez has spent the past few weeks in Seymour at Brookhaven Retreat, a female-only rehab facility. Gomez, who has battled the auto-immune disease Lupus for the past several years, announced the cancellation of her “Revival Tour” August 30.[Read More…]

Oct 27, 2016 Entertainment, Seymour
Seymour Junior High to open fall 2018

Seymour Junior High to open fall 2018

by Nathaniel Howard Work continues at the site of Seymour Junior High School’s future home on North Pitner Rd. Grade work, which began August 1, will soon wrap up and construction will begin on the 95,000 square foot facility. The school will serve seventh, eighth and ninth-graders in the Boyds[Read More…]

Oct 27, 2016 Schools, Seymour

South Doyle falls to Farragut

by Lee Ramsey The South Doyle Cherokees traveled to Farragut last Friday and ran into an offensive powerhouse losing 63-26.   The Farragut Admirals were led by senior quarterback Adam Fulton who threw for 276 yards, four touchdowns and ran for another.  The Admiral offense piled up a total of 517[Read More…]

Oct 27, 2016 Schools, Sports
Eagles dominate Volunteer

Eagles dominate Volunteer

by Lee Ramsey After losing four games in a row, the Seymour Eagles football team shut out the Volunteer Falcons 24-0 in a game played at Church Hill, which was a regional contest.  The win makes Seymour 5-4 overall and 3-3 in the region. Volunteer was celebrating senior night but[Read More…]

Oct 27, 2016 Sports
TKA defeats Lenoir City

TKA defeats Lenoir City

by Lee Ramsey It was senior night and homecoming for The Kings Academy Lions on Huskey Field in Seymour.  The weather was rainy but that didn’t put a damper on the TKA football team as they defeated Lenoir City by a score of 35-21. Once again the Lions were led[Read More…]

Oct 27, 2016 News, Schools, Seymour, Sports

UT-VMC Emergency Room Tails

by Amanda Rainey Since I genuinely like most of the people I work with, and we spend so much of our time together, it just makes sense that we also would enjoy hanging out together when we aren’t on duty. Recently some of the ER folks were able to socialize[Read More…]

Oct 27, 2016 Knoxville

Home financing matters- Planning your move

by Richard Swan One of the last things we think about when buying a new home is moving from our current residence into our new home, but this is typically what takes the most time and preparation.  This week on our show, we talked with Eddy Lewis from Gouffon Moving[Read More…]

Oct 27, 2016 Real Estate, Seymour
Wreck ignites power lines, causes outages

Wreck ignites power lines, causes outages

by Nathaniel Howard In a single-car accident, a man lost control and flipped his vehicle on Old Sevierville Pike near Boyds Creek Highway Thursday Oct. 13 around 4 p.m. After apparently running into a curb, the vehicle made contact with nearby guide-wires, causing an electrical fire. Seymour Volunteer Fire Department[Read More…]

Oct 20, 2016 Seymour

Arsonist arrested

by Nathaniel Howard The Knoxville Fire Department arrived at 6203 Chapman Highway, the location of E-Z In and Out Liquor Saturday, Oct. 15 around 6:30 a.m. after a neighbor reported fire coming from a wood-framed out-building. Knoxville Fire Chief DJ Corcoran reported that “firefighters quickly extinguished the flame and discovered[Read More…]

Oct 20, 2016 News