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Today's Features

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  • Mel and Roy Clemmons along with their mother Carolyn Clemmons recently attended the funeral service of Eugene Williams in Asheville, N.C. 

    He was the brother of the late Melvin Clemmons.

    We extend our deepest sympathy to this family.

    Aaron Clemmons, son of Mel Clemmons, was in a car accident. 

    He was admitted to a hospital in Knoxville. Today he is feeling better. Lets keep Aaron in our prayers.

    Cheryl Childress is spending time with her father, Melvin Childress in Cincinnati.

  • Harriman is gearing up for Cruisin’ 2014, the spring and summer car show that kicks off for the season this weekend in downtown Harriman.

    Classic cars, street rods, music, games and vendors will all be at this year’s Cruisin’, which will be from 3:30 to 7 p.m.

    The street closes at 3 p.m. for the event.

    Crusin’ takes place the second Saturday of each month from April to August.

    This year’s events will be on May 10, June 14, July 12 and Aug. 9.

  • Phoebe Rose Wheeler was among the 45 young women from throughout East Tennessee who were presented during the Dogwood Ball.

    The 52nd annual ball of the East Tennessee Presentation Society was on March 29 in Knoxville Marriott Hotel.

    Wheeler is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Samuel Wheeler.

    She is a student at The College of Charleston, Charleston, S.C.

    Wheeler, her mother and the other 2014 Dogwood Debutantes and their mothers were honored during a December luncheon in Cherokee Country Club, Knoxville.

  • With one week left before the April 15 tax deadline, the Internal Revenue Service reminds Tennessee taxpayers that options are available if they can’t file their forms or pay their taxes on time.

    They can even submit filing extensions and request payment options online.

    "Don’t panic if you need more time to file or pay your taxes," said IRS spokesman Dan Boone. "Requesting more time to file is easy, and there are several payment options."

  • 25 Years Ago

  • Everyone loves the little violets, one of the earliest signs of spring and summer, that appear in our lawns and gardens at this time of year.

    Did you know that this common wildflower is an amazingly rich source of vitamin C? Or that the leaves are full of vitamin A?

    A half cup of violet leaves will supply as much vitamin C as you would get from four oranges and give you the required daily minimum of vitamin A.

  • We extend a speedy recovery to Charles Knaff, who recently suffered injury from a car accident.

    You are missed, especially in the Sunday school men’s class at St. Mary’s Baptist Church.

    Get-well wishes to Trish Ewing. She had surgery and is now resting at home.

    Last Sunday, the Celebration Choir of St. Mary’s Baptist Church were guest singers at Piney Grove Baptist Church.

    A song was sung by two ladies, and four men of the church sang two songs.

  • Rockwood Rotary Club’s pancake breakfast and silent auction this weekend could someday have life-saving consequences.

    All proceeds from the breakfast will be used to purchase a defibrillator for Rockwood Middle School.

    The breakfast will be from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. April 5 in Rockwood First Christian Church’s fellowship hall at 328 W. Rockwood St.

    Tickets are $5 and include pancakes, bacon, butter, syrup, orange juice and coffee.

    They are available from any Rockwood Rotarian, Rotary Kids member or at the door.

  • Avery Trace Chapter NSDAR will present a genealogical workshop on April 26 in St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church at 190 Circle Drive, West Hills,  Harriman.

    Check-in begins at 9 a.m., and class starts at 9:30.

    Volunteer genealogist Shirley Smith and genealogy consultant Marcia Pickel will be the instructors.

    Cost is $10 per person to cover instructional material and refreshments.

    Those planning to attend are required to pre-register by April 18 by calling 458-5033.