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Mel Coffelt as a young man
The first Don Ward Furniture Company building in Gatlinburg.
Broady’s Hospital opened in 1940 on Bruce Street in downtown Sevierville.
A 1940-41 school year picture of Pearl Layman.
A mother and son were found dead, along with her apparent boyfriend, Amos Turbyfill Jr, in an apparent double homicide and suicide, in this house at 813 Maple St., Alcoa, Sunday night. All were shot in the head.
Charles Fine poses for this picture just before being thrown into the river in an escape attempt. Behind Charles who is seated and tied with ropes are (left to right) Rex Fox, Claude Ownby, Sr. Homer Fine and T. A. Robertson.
The remodeled Yarberry Hospital currently houses the Sevier County Public Works offices.
The late Arnold Gregg Jr., who passed in early March, was a local mechanic who took pride in his work and especially his 1981 Chevrolet pickup, which was stolen in late September.
Sitting in one of his vintage cars, Pitner is ready for the next race. (The Herald/ Joe King)
Pictured from left, Pigeon Forge firefighters Kevin Nunn, Wesley Huskey and Marty Messick suit up to go inside.
A mantle located in the Trotter-Waters house on Cedar Street in Sevierville displays the delicate detail in Lewis Buckner’s work
With a panoramic view of the Smokies in the backdrop, Sevier County Mayor Larry Waters, right, talks about the effort numerous people put in to make the academy a reality as Jack Parton listens
U.S. Senate candidate Bob Corker greets diners at the Gondolier restaurant while campaigning in Sevierville on Tuesday.