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March April 2021

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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Delicious New Eats

Recent restaurant openings offer everything from whiskey to fried Oreos One wouldn’t think the past year was the ideal time to open a new restaurant, but that didn’t keep these six new enterprises from opening around town. With varied
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Perfection!

Vida brings chic flavors and presentation downtown Stepping into Vida, Knoxville’s new Pan-Latin restaurant on Gay Street, it’s hard not be impressed. Owners Jim and Lori Klonaris, who have been working the restaurant lane for the last
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COVID Recovery

United Way CEO aims to use $10 milliongift to ‘position people in a better placefor tomorrow’ The United Way of Greater Knoxville was one of the surprise recipients of a sizable donation from philanthropist MacKenzie Scott at the end of
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Fear Not

Stepping into the spotlight andbecoming Chelsea Berry Singer-songwriter Chelsea Berry has always kept faith, family and country music close to her heart. This Maryville, Tennessee, native grew up singing in her church choir, but never
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