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VOL. 46 | NO. 15 | Friday, April 15, 2022

Less go-karts & moonshine, more urban hip

Williams helps brings fresh vision to downtown Sevierville

Austin Williams admits he hadn’t pre-tasted the food on the menu at last year’s soft opening of The Appalachian, his latest in a string of downtown Sevierville projects. As usual, he entrusted such details to someone with more expertise, in this case, the upscale restaurant’s co-owner and executive chef David Rule.

JOE ROGERS: MY TAKE

‘Marriage light’ bill another waste of lawmaker time

Among the appropriate responses to legislative snake oil: When a lawmaker begins the presentation of a bill by assuring colleagues that it doesn’t change current law on the very topic it addresses, cock an eyebrow.

NEWSMAKERS

Murdoch named director of Second Target Station

Graeme Murdoch has been named director of the Second Target Station project at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and is now charged with leading a growing team of scientists, engineers, technicians and administrative personnel in developing plans and designs for one of the most powerful scientific instruments in the world.

Local Weather
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EVENTS

Pellissippi Strong Luncheon. The school will hold its celebration of annual alumni awards at a luncheon that will feature retired U.S. Air Force Col. Paula Penson as the keynote speaker and WATE-TV’s Tearsa Smith serving as host. The two awards conferred at the luncheon include: Pellissippi State’s Distinguished Alumni Award, announced by FirstBank, highlights an outstanding graduate in recognition of significant professional achievement and service to the community; and The Peggy Wilson Volunteer Alumni Award, sponsored and announced by Discovery Inc., highlights an outstanding graduate in recognition of extraordinary service to the Pellissippi State community. Wednesday, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. $50 per ticket. Hilton Knoxville Airport, 2001 Alcoa Hwy., Alcoa. Information

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UT SPORTS

‘Squirrel’ White scurries into hearts of players, coaches

If people didn’t realize Marquarius White is known for speed, his nickname is a dead giveaway.

BRIEFS

UT supply chain, nuclear engineering make Top 5

Multiple graduate programs at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, have been recognized in the U.S. News and World Report Best Graduate School rankings for 2023.

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Five SUVs to help you save money at the pump

With gas prices reaching record highs, many car shoppers may be asking which SUVs are the most fuel-efficient? Edmunds brings you five options to consider so you can spend less time and money at the pump.

PERSONAL FINANCE

Small home fixes can have a big impact on safety

Home hazards – fires, flooding, injuries and death, for example – can have costly consequences. But preventing accidents or disasters or minimizing the damage when they happen isn’t as expensive as you might think.

CAREER CORNER

Burned out? Find a soft landing before you jump

Burnout at work is real, and it’s happening more now than ever, perhaps due to the high stress and change we have faced over the last two years. I heard from a reader this week who is experiencing burnout in the workplace, as you might be, too. The most important part of the burnout experience is how you manage it.

MILLENNIAL MONEY

8 tactics to break some bad credit card cycles

Upon paying off between $12,000 and $15,000 in credit card debt in 2019, Yamiesha Bell, a special education teacher in New York, didn’t break up with her credit cards.

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