Seymour

Fire and Rescue Department Thanked

Fire and Rescue Department Thanked

Sevier County Mayor Larry Waters and members of the Sevier County Commission recently thanked the county fire departments and rescue squad for their service and presented them with their annual supplements at the Sevier County Fire Chiefs Association meeting. “The events of Nov. 28, 2016, show how vital fire and[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 News, Seymour

Seymour, South Knoxville Employees Acknowledged

Food City has recognized an employee from both the Seymour and South Knoxville store for outstanding volunteerism through the Claude P. Varney Volunteer Recognition Program. At the Seymour store, Floral Manager Mary Lafollette was chosen for her work with Knoxville based Love Kitchen. The Love Kitchen, along with helpful volunteers,[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 News, Seymour, South Knoxville

SPD Cracking Down for December

The Sevierville Police Department is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office to increase impaired-driving enforcement from Dec. 13 – 31, surrounding the holiday season. The THSO’s statewide Booze It and Lose It campaign is part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over nationwide[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 News, Seymour

Seymour Has Snow Plans

Whenever weather forecasts indicate the possibility of a snow or ice event, the Sevierville Public Works Department staff is ready to do their best in keeping the roads clear and safe. To complete this task, the City has a winter weather plan in place and ready for activation when needed.[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 News, Seymour
Home Damaged, Pets Safe in Fire

Home Damaged, Pets Safe in Fire

A residential fire near the intersection of Chapman Highway and Old Sevierville Pike burned early into the afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. 29, according to Chief Linsenbigler, Chief Executive to the Seymour Volunteer Fire Department. Members of the Seymour Volunteer Fire Department responded to a 2:30 p.m. call reporting flames emanating[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 News, Seymour
4 Injured in Head-On Wreck

4 Injured in Head-On Wreck

BY: TANNER HANCOCK HERALD NEWS [email protected] A head-on collision between two vehicles resulted in significant injuries to four people travelling along Highway 441 in Sevier County, according to a report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol. During the night of Saturday, Dec. 2 at 10:22 p.m., the driver of a Ford[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 Featured, News, Seymour
Stalker Caught

Stalker Caught

Officers with the Sevier County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man charged with violating an order of protection against his wife last Monday, according to an incident report from the Sheriff’s Office The report says that officers received a call from a woman travelling down Chapman Highway claiming that her ex-husband,[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 News, Seymour

Salon Reopens

Traditions Salon has officially found its new home in Seymour. The Salon is now located on 10233 Chapman Highway right next to Connie’s Kitchen. Traditions is a full service salon serving men, women and children. It offers manicure and pedicures, haircuts, permanent makeup/ eyeliner/brows, lip liner, coverage lash tinting, perming,[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 News, Seymour

Seymour Grille Offering Holiday Meal

Christmas Day is usually a time to spend with one’s family. For those that may find themselves separated, however, the Seymour Grille is providing another option. Christmas Day from 3 – 6 p.m., The Seymour Grille will be offering a free holiday meal for anyone who finds themselves away from[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 News, Seymour
Connie’s Kitchen Reopened

Connie’s Kitchen Reopened

BY: AMBERLY SELLERS HERALD NEWS [email protected] It was quite some time ago that Seymour’s beloved Connie’s Kitchen shut its doors, devastating both fans of Connie herself and the famous home-style food that came along with her. Last week, Seymour resident Jennie Williams brought the restaurant back to life. For Williams,[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 Featured, News, Seymour