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Congressman Burchett and Ian Rutter visit Smoky Mountains

TOWNSEND, TN – Congressman Tim Burchett (TN-02) and R&R Fly Fishing co-owners Ian & Charity Rutter visited Great Smoky Mountains National Park today. They navigated the Laurel Falls trail to observe dilapidated infrastructure sites and take part in fly fishing along the Little Greenbrier River.
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Christman Company awarded new University of Tennessee project
By Scott Bird

The Christman Company has been awarded a two-phase construction project for the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) to demolish and rebuild its Ellington Plant Sciences building.
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McClung Museum unveils interactive pop-up museum
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Pilot Flying J’s new mobile app hits the road
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New website offers everything horticulture for Tennessee gardeners
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KCDC to preview draft Austin Homes master plan at April 30 open house
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UTIA welcomes new dean for agresearch
KNOXVILLE — A new era has begun for University of Tennessee AgResearch and the UT Institute of Agriculture. Hongwei Xin, formerly assistant dean for research in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Iowa State University, has arrived on campus to begin his new role as dean for UT AgResearch.
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Flooded vehicles expected to arrive on Tennessee’s used car market

As Tennessee property owners recover from February’s heavy flooding and severe weather, the Tennessee Motor Vehicle Commission reminds consumers to be on the lookout for flood-damaged vehicles that will likely be popping up for sale.
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Tennessee student scholars advance to National History Day Competition
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WGU takes on college-readiness gap with WGU Academy launch
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ECHO awarded KnoxHMIS
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Pilot Flying J team members give back for National Volunteer Week
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United States wins agriculture dispute with China
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Safety Fest TN 2019 panel announced
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Comcast to host 24 volunteer projects for annual ‘Comcast Cares Day’
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Dave & Buster’s Sevierville hiring site now open for walk-in applicants
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Watts Bar Unit 2 begins scheduled refueling, maintenance outage
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Supreme Court moves to overturn conviction of veteran
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Tennessee’s overall fire death rate follows national downward trend
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TDCI releases Disciplinary Action Report
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Five Vols set for induction into Tennessee Sports Hall Of Fame
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2017 Agriculture census data shows great improvement in American farming
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Tire Rack® Street Survival® teen driver safety comes to Knoxville
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Lawn mowing app Greenpal expands to Knoxville
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NRC schedules open house to discuss Browns Ferry Nuclear Power Plant performance
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Pat Summitt leadership group joins Southwestern Family of Companies
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Free legal clinics offered throughout April
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