Thursday Apr 3
Knoxville News Sentinel
Hike of the month: Frozen Head trek loops through blustery back country
Frozen Head State Park was the site of blustery March hike that looped around 6 miles of waterfalls and back country.
Campbell Wins One The World's Hardest-And Qurkiest-Races
Jared Campbell, shown here in a publicity shot, is one of just two runners to have won both the Hardrock 100 and the Barkley Marathons-considered by many to be the two hardest races in the U.S. Photo: Courtesy of La Sportiva There is nothing quite like the Barkley Marathons anywhere in the world.
Denisse Rauda wrote a new blog post: Author pens collection that is never boring
On the one hand, Leslie Jamison's stunning debut essay collection, "The Empathy Exams," is an academic treatise exploring empathy: what is it, the dangers of it, the challenge of acquiring it.
Morgan Co Sheriff's gives new life to old military vehicles
Military humvees, boats, dunebuggies... just some of the latest equipment sitting on a parking lot at the Morgan County Sheriff's Military humvees, boats, dunebuggies all are sitting on a parking lot at an East Tennessee sheriff's department.
Construction Equipment Guide
Work on U.S. 27 to Ease Demand on Area Roads
Work continues on a section of highway near Chattanooga, Tenn. This part of U.S. Highway 27 was constructed years ago, but times have changed, populations grown and the demands on area highways exploded.