Author: Chelsea Haynes

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Seeing the Great Smoky Mountains from the ground-up is one thing, but a birds-eye view, nearly 1,000 feet in the sky? Scenic Helicopter Tours says... [Read More]
Walking by faith, and not by sight; that's how Laura West, has chosen to live her life. She continues to inspire thousands with her testimony,... [Read More]
Ready to get back to your pre-baby body? [Read More]
Tags: Tummy - #MOMLIFE - Ready
National Pi Day might be over, but one pie shop continues to make pies all year-round. [Read More]
Gatlinburg is home to eight different pancakes houses, which holds a long-standing tradition of feeding lumberjacks and loggers in the community nearly 150 years ago,... [Read More]
Professional bass angler, Ott DeFoe is gearing up for this weekend's national Bassmaster Classic, being held right here in the heart of Tennessee. [Read More]
One local family is honoring their family member with a Sonic Fundraiser on Friday, September 21st to bring awareness to Alzheimer's and other memory loss... [Read More]
The Tennessean Luxury Hotel debuts the Pat Summitt Suite in loving memory of the Tennessee Lady Vols coach. [Read More]
Got a pet that's always somewhere they are not supposed to be? Whether it's a dog in the trash can, or a puppy chewing on... [Read More]
With nearly three years in the music business, the band Ready for Rain continues to pursue God, music and ministry through their song lyrics. [Read More]
The Kirk-Henderson family is taking it day by day, as they have spent more than three days in Knoxville, seeking shelter from Hurricane Florence. [Read More]
Despite common belief, laying the groundwork for a garden's spring beauty, begins with planting the right seeds in the autumnal months. [Read More]
Tags: Fall - planting - spring
The Best Around Concessions, Inc. took home three award winning foods in this year's Fair Food Throwdown at the Tennessee Valley Fair. Putting a... [Read More]
The Sequoyah Birthplace museum celebrated 27 years of history, heritage and culture, this past weekend at their annual Cherokee Fall Festival. [Read More]
Two girls speak out about their diabetes, as their school district saw four new cases of Type One diabetes in the month of December. [Read More]
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