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Mar/Apr 2021

Whiskey All the Way

The Nelson brothers revive their family’s legacy and recreate the original Tennessee whiskey This story begins in 2006 with two brothers and their father on an outing to pick up a side of beef. The town is Greenbrier, just 20 miles
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Pottery: Mud-Made Art

The potters whose work is featured on the following pages have one surprising thing in common: ceramics is something they stumbled into as an elective at school, and almost immediately they fell in love. “I was sunk, like that day,” one of
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Welcome Home

Jim Petress shares how service to country led him on a path through medicine Standing in the shadow of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., Jim Petress notices another graying man a few steps away and recognizes the
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Stronger Together

Remote Area Medical honors late founder with an innovative approach to serving during the pandemic It’s an early Friday morning in February, and the Jacob Building in Knoxville has transformed inside. The sun has not yet risen, and yet
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Ramping Up for Camps

Local groups get ready for weeks of fun this summer Summer camp means different things to different people. For some, summer camp is a week in a cabin in the woods, complete with canoeing on the lake and toasting marshmallows around the
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In the Blind

High Adventure Company’s premier duck hunting experience includes world-class food and hospitality It’s just before dawn when we step out of the truck. The peaceful murmuring of the North Platte River creates a pleasant background to
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Refined Cabin

Smoky Mountain home blends the beauty of its surroundings into every detail Tables made locally from pre-Civil War seasoned wood, walls showcasing one-of-a-kind art and a unique table created from an International Harvester truck
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What’s Your Score?

How to establish credit, understand your report, and maintain a score that lenders want to see It’s no secret that the last year has left many Americans feeling uneasy about their financial health. Between the demands of work (or
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