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  • Joe Wexler diet perplexing: Why wasn't he losing weight on 10k calories a day?
    Joe Wexler diet: Stagnate at 770-lbs, finds dropping 10,000 calorie diet works
    Joe Wexler, who was featured on the TLC show “My 600-lb Life,” was baffled about his inability to lose weight when he tipped the scales at 770-lbs. He saw himself as maintaining a healthy diet, but his weight remained stagnant and he...
  • Old meat: Tennessee school district served pork that was several years old
    Old meat: Tennessee schools serve pork that was several years old
    Old meat at a Tennessee public school district was served to students in April upsetting some parents. The pork roast in question dated back six years. It's unclear if the meat was tainted, but there have been no reports of illness among...
  • 6 Year old pork served to students in Tennessee County schools
    6 Year old meat served to students in a Tennessee county school district
    A pork roast dated back to 2009 was defrosted and served to students of multiple schools in a Hawkins County, Tennessee on April 22, 2015. Photos of the decrepit meat surfaced, and parents and officials became concerned. It seems the ordeal could...
  • Students served 6-year-old pork roast for school lunch
    Students served six-year-old pork at lunch: 'Cover it in gravy,' boss tells cook
    Students in the Hawkins County School District in East Tennessee were served pork that not only looked bad, but dated back to 2009, which made this pork six-years-old. There wasn’t anyone in the school lunch program who alerted school...
  • Sequoyah and the Pine Log Valley
    Was Sequoyah the son of an African slave?
    Linguistic and circumstantial evidence suggest that Sequoyah’s mother was not who the tourist brochures say she was.In their continuing journey into Tennessee’s early history, Native American researchers at the People of One Fire have...
  • National Cornbread Festival Entertainment
    National Cornbread Festival cooks up delicious entertainment
    The smell of fresh baked cornbread will be wafting through the air April 25 and 26 in South Pittsburg, TN during the National Cornbread Festival. A short drive from Chattanooga, South Pittsburg has been home to this annual food festival for 19...
  • Learn to be a Knight at Rock City's Fairytale Nights
    Rock City brings fairytales to life for princes and princesses
    Happily ever after lies over the river and up the mountain. Rock City, located atop historic Lookout Mountain near Chattanooga, Tennessee, has brought back one of its most popular springtime events - Fairytale Nights.From 6 to 9 pm every night...
  • Battle of Shiloh
    Bloody Shiloh
    Also known as the Battle of Pittsburg, the Battle of Shiloh was one of the bloodiest of the Civil War, with heavy casualties resulting for both the Union and Confederate Armies. The level of violence which ensued would shock North and South alike....
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    'Little River Band' tickets go on sale for Franklin Theatre Tennessee
    The Franklin Theatre announced today, April 5, 2015 that the tickets for the Little River Band will go on sale on April 17, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. central time. These tickets sold out quickly last year so make sure to try and get yours the first day...
  • Lauderdale county dogs and puppies in danger -- shelter closed
    Animal shelter closed when live dog put in freezer
    When a live dog was discovered in a freezer at the Lauderdale County Animal Shelter, the mayor ordered the shelter closed; an emergency meeting will be held to discuss the issue.The weak dog was rushed to a veterinarian, and blood work showed that...
  • Dylan exhibit to open at Country Music Hall of Fame
    Dylan exhibit to open at Country Music Hall of Fame
    A nearly two-year-long exhibit focusing on a group of legendary musicians is set to open Friday at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tenn.Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City Presented by Citi explores how Dylan’s...
  • Jalen Reeves-Maybin & Brian Randolph
    Observations and opinions on Tennessee football spring practice #1
    The Tennessee Volunteers returned to the practice field on Tuesdayfor the first time in 2015.Below are some news, notes, observations and opinions on the Tennessee football team in Day 1 of spring practice, Tuesday, March 24.Green Non-Contact...
  • Bloomin' Barbeque & Bluegrass Festival
    Tennessee festival seeks contestants for Dolly Parton singing competition
    Sevierville, Tennessee is the birthplace of Dolly Rebecca Parton, the legendary singer who has written over 3,000 songs and won numerous awards. Each May, in honor of the hometown musician, the city of Sevierville hosts the annual Mountain Soul...
  • Haslam names Weiss co-chair of the Tennessee Tourism Committee
    Haslam names Weiss co-chair of the Tennessee Tourism Committee
    Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has named Sande Weiss co-chair of the Tennessee Tourism Committee.Weiss, president of Music Road Resort in Pigeon Forge, fills the role previously held by Ted Miller, president of Dolly Parton Productions. The committee,...
  • Triplett named Tennessee tourism commissioner
    Triplett named Tennessee tourism commissioner
    Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has named Kevin Triplett as commissioner of the state Department of Tourist Development.Triplett starts his new role on April 23 and replaces Susan Whitaker.Triplett, 49, is vice president of public affairs for Bristol...
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