Blueberries are wonderful fresh either with or without cream, and irresistible in muffins right out of the oven and pie
These soft, dark blue, round berries are not only delicious; they also have tremendous medicinal values.
Scientists in the Laboratory of Neuroscience at the Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University have discovered that blueberries have both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds that help neurons in the brain function more effectively.
Historian Dan Pierce will discuss his upcoming book “Corn from a Jar: Moonshining in the Great Smoky Mountains” on Wednesday, April 24, at Roane State Community College’s Oak Ridge campus at 701 Briarcliff Ave.
Pierce’s lecture will be from 3:30-5 p.m. in the City Room. Presented by Roane State’s Arts and Lectures Committee, the event is free and open to the public.
Celery is mentioned a number of times in the Talmud, the 39 books of Biblical commentary dating from the first century, as a remedy for infections and tumors and a cure for gout.
We think of celery as an ingredient in soups, salads and snacks. We are amazed to find that it is mentioned repeatedly in the Bible as a remedy for some serious health problems. It has held an important place in medical uses since about 500 B.C., when it was part of the pharmacopeia of ancient Egypt.
Three nights of revival were held at Oak Grove Baptist Church in Midtown.
The Rev. Jesse L. William was the evangelist. This sermon was based on Psalm 23. Each night was well attended, and all who went were blessed. This is where the Rev. Paul Taylor is pastor.
Allen Hickman has been inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, an international academic organization for two-year colleges and institutions. In order to be eligible for membership a student must maintain a grade-point average of at least a 3.5. Congratulations, Allen.
Beta Alpha Chi, Roane State Community College's chapter of The Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, donated 100 Beanie Babies to the Rockwood Police Department for officers to distribute to children.
Police answer many calls involving children, with situations including domestic violence, child abuse and fires.
“We feel like it is important the police have these Beanie Babies to hand out when children are caught in the midst of a scary event,” said Nikki Smith, a member of Phi Theta Kappa.
The largest unit in the Tennessee National Guard will have a new commander after ceremonies on April 14.
The ceremonies, starting at 1 p.m. at the West High School Football Stadium, 3326 Sutherland Ave., Knoxville, will kick off Col. Darrell D. Darnbush’s command of Tennessee’s 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment.
The Rockwood National Guard Armory is part of the 278th, which has been commanded by Col. Frank C. McCauley since May 2011.