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Mitch Reagan in Iraq in 2010
Alyssa Weiss, 8, and her father Jay Weiss practice pumping gas for today's United Way Gas Day. The father-daughter team will be pumping after school at the On-the-Run station at Hunt Road and East Broadway Avenue in Maryville.
This 2001 Mitsubishi belonging to Megan Maxwell was found near the old Riverside Truck Stop off Highway 25/20 east of Newport early Sunday. Local law enforcement and other agencies are now in their third day of searching for the missing 19-year-old.
New York actress and author Robyne Parrish answers questions from Del Rio Elementary School students in grades 3-4 during a visit there last Friday morning.
Neighborhood children collected and placed stuffed animals at the slide where 4-year-old "Gillie" Gregory recently lost her life. According to "Gillie's" mother, Stacy Gregory, and aunt, April DeVotie, the animals will be donated to God's Storehouse in
The copper horn Timothy Chandler was holding while posed for the painting.
Local law enforcement officers line the connecting bridge to the main concourse at McGhee Tyson Airport on Monday as the Tennessee Highway Patrol Honor Guard carries the U.S. Honor Flag to an awaiting vehicle to be taken to a funeral home in Knoxville.
Matthew Teffeteller's prized Falcon lies on its top after the crash in 2002 on U.S. Highway 321 outside Maryville. The car burst into flames after flipping and ignited two other vehicles in the parking lot of the Matador package store.
The birthday cake is a hunting scene because Bill Moore? eld is an avid turkey hunter and can tell a tale or two about these big birds. Bill celebrated his 80th birthday on May 29. Jewel Messer baked and decorated the cake.
Amid the backdrop of mountains in Cades Cove, Rick Myers drives a trailer with family horses from the cove for last time.
Kalsea Mantooth, bride-elect of Chad Bryant, was honored with a bridal shower at the home of Linda Franklin on 25 August 2012.
Children with the Church of God Orphanage in Cleveland, Tenn., pose for a photo in this undated photo. The orphanage eventually moved from Cleveland to Sevier County and is now known as The Home.
The interior of Historic Bethel United Methodist Church, where Bruce Underwood encountered Rindy Bailey on a stormy night. Rindy Bailey was a legendary homeless figure in the last half of the 1800s around the Kodak community.