Representatives from the Tennessee State Library and Archives and the Tennessee State Museum will be in Sevierville April 17 to record and digitize Civil War memorabilia owned by local residents for an exhibit titled “Looking Back: The Civil War in Tennessee.” Archivists will be at the King Family Library, 408 High[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
Mystery Host Expo will be held on March 22nd at the Sevierville Civic Center from 10 am to 4 pm! Admission is $3.00 per person. There will be activities, performances & vendor booths to visit along with a GRAND PRIZE to be awarded to one lucky attendee which values at[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
Intersecting with the end of Boyds Creek Hwy., in many ways Hwy. 66 is the link between Seymour and Sevierville, but a delay in the road project may cause some added stress for motorists. “This project was initially scheduled for completion on October 31, 2014,” said TDOT Community Relations Manager Mark[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
Medic Regional Blood Center and Second Harvest Food Bank are teaming up through the month of January with a “Double Your Good Deed” theme to create a unique giving opportunity for donors. In lieu of receiving the customary “free t-shirt”, all blood donors will have the opportunity to opt out[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
By: Lee Ramsey In a District 2-AAA rivalry game at South-Doyle the Sevier County Smoky Bears came out on top 56-35 in a big time shootout. Speed was the item of the day as both teams combined for a total of 91 points. By winning, Sevier County earned their fifth[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
A Medic blood drive will be held in Sevier County, with two locations in Seymour, Oct. 7 and Oct. 11. The Bloodmobile will be ready for donors Oct. 7, at Eusebia Presbyterian Church, 1701 Burnette Station Rd., from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m., Oct. 11 at The King’s Academy, 202[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
The Sevierville Police Department announced they are offering a Citizens Police Academy this fall. The purpose of the Academy is to provide an opportunity for citizens to learn basic police skills and experience police work in a safe, organized, and structured environment.To continue reading, subscribe now!To continue reading, subscribe now!
SEVIERVILLE- Sevierville Mayor Bryan C. Atchley was named Mayor of the Year by the Tennessee Municipal League. The award was presented to Mayor Atchley at the annual TML conference in Memphis. Atchley has served the Sevierville as an alderman for ten years and as mayor for eighteen years, and has[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
Sevierville- The Gatlinburg- Pigeon Forge Airport in Sevierville hosted a combination open house/grill-out/fly-in June 22 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fly In and Grill Out With Us served essentially serve as a meet-and-greet for anybody interested in learning about aviation. Anybody with a personal plane was encouraged to fly[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
SEVIERVILLE- A decrease in a city tax will go into effect at the start of July. At 6 p.m. June 3, 2013 at the Sevierville Civic Center, the City of Sevierville Board of Mayor and Aldermen passed an ordinance to decrease the lodging occupancy privilege tax rate from the current[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!