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Art sale to benefit Wears Valley Ranch Saturday June 10, 2017

Art sale to benefit Wears Valley Ranch Saturday June 10, 2017. Local artisans and residents of Wears Valley Ranch will offer unique crafts and art at a sale in beautiful Wears Valley, Tennessee. Wears Valley Ranch, a non-profit organization, is celebrating 25 years of service to children from families in crisis situations. The event, scheduled from […]

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HeySmokies.com blog owner puts spare change to good use!

HeySmokies.com blog owner puts spare change to good use! Brad Knight, the owner of HeySmokies.com recently presented Pets Without Parents a donation check bringing the amount donated by HeySmokies.com up to $10,000.00. For the past two years the Sevierville company placed donation boxes inside Sevier County businesses to collect spare change from locals and visitors who […]

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The Dolly Parade is Ready To Roll!

The Dolly Parade is ready to roll! For 32 years, Dolly Parton has returned to her beloved Smoky Mountains to ring in the spring season with her millions of fans. Each year, Dolly has delighted parade-goers with her amazing grand marshall float and a matching outfit. This event is always incredible and 2017 will be no exception. The parade will host […]

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A 200 foot geyser erupted yesterday in the very heart of Cades Cove

  A 200 foot geyser erupted yesterday in the very heart of Cades Cove located in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park from a sinkhole that officials say has increased in size during recent weeks. Both geyser and sinkhole are possibly related to seismic activity along the New Madrid Fault, said park geologist I. Dig […]

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Total Lunar Eclipse Viewing at Clingmans Dome in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Total lunar eclipse viewing at Clingmans Dome in Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Monday, August 21, 2017. Great Smoky Mountains is providing a unique ticketed event to view a total lunar eclipse at Clingmans Dome as well as informal viewing at Cades Cove and Oconlaluftee. The park has partnered with NASA, Southwestern Community College […]

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