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Cosmetic Chemicals Decoded

BY BONNIE KRETCHIK
You’ve taken a shower, splashed on your favorite scent, applied your makeup and consider yourself clean as a whistle.
Although the outside of your body certainly is something to behold, the inside has probably […]

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Flown The Coop

Why did the chicken cross the road? To live in your yard, of course!
By Cynthia McFarland
In case you hadn’t noticed, backyard chickens are all the rage lately. Even in town, it’s become trendy to have […]

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Feel The Burn

Are you one of those misunderstood foodies who add Tabasco sauce to soup, pizza and everything else in between? Your preference for hotness may be off-putting to some, but chalk up their wrinkled nose to […]

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Coastal Camping (and beyond)

Are you already dreading the winter temperatures? We may just have the perfect warm-weather getaway. 
If camping along the shore, pretty sunsets and mild winter temperatures sound like a good deal, check out one of these […]

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Excellence Every Day

ETSU Athletics works to ensure both short- and long-term success of program.
By Leigh Ann Laube
East Tennessee State University’s Athletics vision statement is to be the preeminent mid-major program in the nation.

ETSU has come a long […]

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How ‘Bout Them Apples

Annual festival celebrates history and culture of Unicoi apples
By Leigh Ann Laube
Each spring, one of Tennessee’s smallest counties hosts the annual Wayne Scott Strawberry Festival. When fall arrives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Unicoi […]

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Medicine & Motherhood

The number of women choosing medicine as a career continues to grow. Women made up 6 percent of all physicians in 1960. Today, nearly a third of all practicing physicians are women. Balancing the demands […]

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From Fail To Fix

By Katie McPherson
Ever have those days where you think just one more thing will put you over the edge? Yeah, we all do. Sometimes you come home to find your […]

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Fall Into The Arts

By Debra McCown
Fall is a season for harvest festivals, but it’s also a great time to get out and enjoy the arts. Communities around the Tri-Cities region host art walk […]

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Kids In The Kitchen

Young, local chefs excel in culinary arts.
By Leigh Ann Laube
 

Kyonna Salyer
Kyonna Salyer has been cooking from scratch since she learned to bake at the hands of her mamaw when she was 6 or 7 years old.

Homemade […]

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