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March April 2022

Fit for Duty

The Gatlinburg Firefighter’s Association will be hosting their ninth annual Fit for Duty Firefighter’s 5K and 10K on March 26 at 9:00 a.m. The organization hosts the run (and walk) each spring to bring awareness to cardiac health. “The
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Greg LeMond

Changing the face of cycling with innovative ideas, a resilient spirit, and a deep understanding of the science of carbon fiber As I sit in the research and testing facility for LeMond Bicycles, flashes of Greg LeMond’s story that I’ve
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Country Stuff

Walker Hayes makes his way to the Marble City this spring We all remember the first time we heard “Fancy Like” on the radio. That classic guitar riff opens up to a song you can’t help but sway to. And now you’ll get to sway to it
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We Draw the Lines

Redistricting puts Republicans and Democrats at odds Redistricting works like this: when your political party is in power, among the spoils of victory is drawing congressional and state legislative district lines. A legislative majority
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The Crag

At home on the rock of Knoxville’s climbing pit ALL CLIMBING LEVELS | IJAMS PARKING: 2514 ABERDEEN LANE CLIMBING ROUTE HEIGHTS: 30 to 60 FEET FIND THE CRAG: Walk ¼ mile along first trail to the right out of the parking lot. Take
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Floral Portraits

Sarah Moore finds an artistic home among the wildflowers When ironweed first blooms in late summer, its vivid fuchsia cannot be missed. As the autumn shifts into winter, tanned, fluffy seed heads make their appearance. The plant
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A Guitarist’s Calling

Larry Vincent shares his love of music through teaching As Larry Vincent stands on stage, guitar in hand, his eyes close as he feels the movement of every note. His fingers slide effortlessly across each fret as music dances across the
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