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Fifteen lemons are nearing fruition at the home of Linda Kilgus in LaFollette.
Misty Morgan told her son Grayer the other day, “Do you know that Wolverine, and Spiderman and Batman have never had chemo?”
A group of students, instruments and metal chairs mingle amongst each other. A mixture of melodies clash as the musicians tune and adjust horns and drums to prepare for practice.
It was summertime in the mid ‘70s, and a teenage Adele Arakawa was working at WLAF.
Friends and family gathered last Friday to celebrate the life of Paul R. Fields, the man who built the Deerfield and McCloud Mountain resorts. Fields passed away July 3 at the age of 75.
Judy Helton has been many things during her lifetime, among them, traveler, wife, mother, cancer survivor and educator.
Zelma Hamblin’s grandmother, Mattie Randolph, had an old black iron kettle that she kept in her backyard at her farm off 25W just north of LaFollette.
As a young boy growing up in the mountains of Campbell County during the Great Depression, Robert Sharp never dreamed he would one day be sailing the high seas.
Lenwood Lay, 92, of Jellico, served for just over three years in the United States Coast Guard during World War II.
By Logan White
Sylvia Baldwin refers to her experience with breast cancer as a journey, rather than a battle.
Sometimes the most melancholy scenes in the TV landscape come from surprising sources.
The ending to “Hannibal” was exceedingly appropriate. Viewers see Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) and Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) plunge over a cliff to their apparent deaths.
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