Fall Creek Falls State Park: An Overview

Fall Creek Falls State Park: An Overview – by Millette Jones Home to the tallest waterfall in the eastern United States (256ft. FCF), this Tennessee state park is a perfect destination for the nature lover. The park has over 22,000 acres of land to explore. The park sits on the eastern rim of the Cumberland…

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Moms Make A Hometown … Home!

Moms Make a Hometown … Home! Mothering has been called a thankless job, a hard job, a dirty job, not a job, and the best job in the world. Diapers, boo-boos, fights, tantrums, sleepless nights waiting for first teeth to come in or waiting for the end of first dates, any mother will tell you…

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Time to Admit We’re Old— or Not

Time to Admit We’re Old— or Not – by Emily Akin, Union City, Tennessee At age 20, we worry about what others think of us. At age 40, we don’t care what they think of us. At age 60, we discover they haven’t been thinking of us at all.”                 Ann Landers, advice columnist,…

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You Might Be a Christian If…

You Might Be a Christian If… – by Emily Akin, Union City, Tennessee “You might be a redneck if—you have spent more on your pickup truck than on your education.” Redneck jokes, the brainchild of entertainer Jeff Foxworthy, always make me laugh. Maybe it is because the jokes remind me of someone I know. When…

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Digital Dangers

Digital Dangers– by John Dunker, South Fulton, TN For all the good digital devices afford us, there is a down side. What are the dangers we face in the digital world? Threats come in several shapes and forms. Safe user habits and understanding the dangers will help avoid hazardous pitfalls. Malware is a most prevalent…

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