Seymour

Nonna’s Shuts Doors

Nonna’s Shuts Doors

Nonna’s Italian Bistro shut its doors this week amidst allegations leveled by former employees that they were not being paid. Bert Fuentes, former Kitchen Manager, alleges that he went unpaid for several months, with the amount he was underpaid totaling well over $6,000. “I kept giving him the benefit of[Read More…]

May 21, 2015 Business, Community, News, Seymour
Express Health Gives $1000 to Seymour

Express Health Gives $1000 to Seymour

Coinciding with the recent opening of Express Health Clinic across from the Food City in Seymour, the clinic donated $1000 to Seymour’s schools on May 19, 2015. Dr. Jan Moore, principal of Seymour Primary School, and Principal David Loy of Seymour Middle School were on hand to receive the donation[Read More…]

May 21, 2015 Business, News, Schools, Seymour
Waste Increases in Sevier Co

Waste Increases in Sevier Co

In a recent letter to the County Commission, Sevier County solid waste director Dan King noted that the amount of trash collected in the county has experienced a noticeable increase in the last year. According to King, household refuse for the year increased by 400 tons, while demolition waste increased[Read More…]

The Incorporate Seymour Debate

The Incorporate Seymour Debate

In response to the reaction of some people at the last incorporation meeting held Seymour High School, and with the concerns of some parents of students on the forensics debate team, the A AAA Association of Businesses and Professionals would like to clarify what a debate is all about. With the[Read More…]

SpringFest Celebrates 2nd Year

SpringFest Celebrates 2nd Year

SpringFest returns to Seymour United Methodist Church for the second year. Held in the church’s parking lot, the event promises to please. “It’s an event we offer for the Seymour community and it’s just a fun day to come out, especially for the kids,” said SUMC representative and SpringFest organizer[Read More…]

May 21, 2015 Community, Events, Family, Seymour
Domestic Calls Increase

Domestic Calls Increase

Last week the Sevier County Sheriff’s Office’s saw a surprising increase in domestic calls for the Seymour area. In an area where one or no domestic calls is the norm, last week’s total of seven was a sudden uptick. According to data collected by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI),[Read More…]

May 21, 2015 Community, News, Sevier County, Seymour
TKA Softball Going to State

TKA Softball Going to State

By: Lee Ramsey The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree and so it is with Coach Marc Weekly who is building a softball program at the King’s Academy the same way his parents Karen and Ralph Weekly have done with the University of Tennessee softball team. For the first[Read More…]

May 21, 2015 Schools, Seymour, Sports
Lady Eagles Season Ends in Sectional

Lady Eagles Season Ends in Sectional

By: Lee Ramsey The Seymour Lady Eagles fell one game short of making it to the TSSAA State Tournament losing to the Hardin Valley Academy Lady Hawks 8-3 last Friday at Hardin Valley in West Knoxville. Earlier in the week, Seymour defeated Science Hill 4-3 in the Region 1-AAA tournament[Read More…]

May 21, 2015 Schools, Seymour, Sports
Camp in the Community at Seymour UMC

Camp in the Community at Seymour UMC

Seymour United Methodist Church is pleased to announce Camp Wesley Woods’ CAMP IN THE COMMUNITY! July 6 – 8 from 9am – 3pm for Rising First Graders through Rising Ninth Graders at Seymour UMC, corner of Simmons Rd and Chapman Hwy. Recreation/Games/Crafts/Story Time/More! This camp is FREE, but spots are[Read More…]

Springfest at Seymour UMC

Springfest at Seymour UMC

Come join us for an amazing community-wide event: SPRINGFEST ’15! Inflatables, games, live music, concession food, local vendors, and much more!!! Saturday, May 30th from 10am – 2pm at Seymour United Methodist Church – corner of Simmons Rd and Chapman Hwy, Seymour. For more info, call 573-9711 ext.11.