Seymour

Sevierville Sale to Benefit Seymour

Sevierville Sale to Benefit Seymour

By Joe King, [email protected] Sevierville- A used book sale that will be held at the King Family Library will provide proceeds to the Seymour Branch Library. Between 30,000 and 40,000 books will go on sale at bargain prices during the Friends of Sevier County Libraries’ spring used book sale April[Read More…]

Apr 16, 2013 News, Seymour
Car Show Revs Up

Car Show Revs Up

By Joe King, [email protected] Seymour- A local car show is ready to pump the gas on fundraising to provide the means for a July youth mission trip to Louisville, KY April 27. The car show will be held at Seymour United Methodist Church and will take place from 8 a.m.[Read More…]

Apr 16, 2013 News, Seymour
Ex-Girlfriend Steals Wheels

Ex-Girlfriend Steals Wheels

By Joe King, [email protected] Seymour- A woman was arrested by the Sevier County Sheriff’s Department for taken an automobile without the owner’s permission April 13. According to the incident report, Crystal Autumn Neff, 31, of Seymour, drove off in Christopher Burleigh’s 2000 Kia Sportage without the owner’s consent. The report[Read More…]

Apr 16, 2013 News, Seymour
Students Win Community Improvement Grant

Students Win Community Improvement Grant

Seymour- Thanks to the efforts of a group of Seymour High School students, the community is anticipating a local improvement. A team of students from SHS participated in Leadership Training Day on the Graceland University campus April 9 and walked away with a $500 grant for a local community project.[Read More…]

Apr 16, 2013 News, Seymour
Open House Promotes Business

Open House Promotes Business

By Joe King, [email protected] Seymour- An open house that will be held in Seymour is slated to bring various local businesses and customers together April 24. The event, which will be held at 11719 Chapman Hwy. from 4 to 7 p.m., will feature a variety of local sponsors. These include[Read More…]

Apr 16, 2013 News, Seymour
New Bank Location Opens

New Bank Location Opens

New Bank Location Opens By Joe King, [email protected] Seymour- After just recently moving into the Seymour area a little over a year ago, a community recognized bank has spread its wings and opened a secondary location. U.S. Bank, which first came to Seymour after acquiring BankEast, held a ribbon cutting[Read More…]

Apr 16, 2013 News, Seymour
Hospitalized Child Welcomed Home

Hospitalized Child Welcomed Home

By Joe King, [email protected] Seymour- A 12-year-old boy who has been hospitalized since November received a hometown welcome April 12. Sevier County resident Regen Morris was greeted by a sea of community members who lined the Seymour Food City in celebration for his return from the hospital. The cars park[Read More…]

Apr 16, 2013 News, Seymour
Banks Lend in Secrecy

Banks Lend in Secrecy

By Joe King, [email protected] Seymour- After the major bank bailouts during the start of the financial crisis one change promised to many was increased transparency, yet many local banks are unable to release their local lending information. Of the seven banks contacted to create a quarterly lending report only four[Read More…]

Apr 16, 2013 News, Seymour