Note: This was the second column I wrote in the “Potluck” series, and it was published on May 20, 2009. We reprint it here in memory of Glodine Davis, who died on December 2, 2017.
Do you find yourself falling victim to overwhelming cravings that lead to overeating? Oftentimes, cravings grow in response to restrictive dieting. Completely cutting out food groups can increase your body’s natural urge for them. When these
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ABINGDON, Va. — “Cooking Along The Crooked Road,” a culinary program at the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center, will kick off its spring series of culinary classes March 12 with “Sharpening Your Knife Skills” with Jennifer Raichlin.
DEAR ABBY: I have a son from a previous relationship, and have been in a relationship with a man I’ll call Bryan for a year. Not long ago, Bryan confided to me that he and his brother had been molested by a female relative. I don’t know her. I
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As the future of Dreamers remains in limbo while Congress struggles to pass a bipartisan deal on immigration, community activists decided to educate the community on the issue this weekend with a panel highlighting the issue.
Commissioner Todd Hensley’s last-minute decision to not seek reelection in Washington County’s 2nd District triggered an obscure state law, which extended the qualifying deadline for candidates wanting to qualify for that race.
ELIZABETHTON — Emma Grindstaff has lived the worst nightmare a mother could ever have, and also the worst nightmare a grandmother could ever have. Now, Grindstaff is working to make sure another mother or grandmother does not go through the same
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With a chance to clinch a share of the Southern Conference regular-season championship, the East Tennessee State basketball team couldn’t get it done.
North Greene girls basketball coach James Buchanan is a big Duke fan. But he used the offense made famous by North Carolina coaching legend Dean Smith for his Lady Huskies to hold on to a fourth-quarter lead against Unaka.
ELIZABETHTON — Unicoi County didn’t get to breathe a sigh of relief until Bud Icenhour’s potential seventh trey lipped out like a stubborn putt at The Masters.
ELIZABETHTON — Tuesday’s meeting of the Carter County Commission got off to a heated start when the commission failed to amend the agenda so that Mayor Leon Humphrey could introduce a motion to apply for a block grant to obtain state funding for
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Demolition contractor D.H. Griffin Companies of Bristol spent Tuesday afternoon taking down the former Morgan Insulation silos in downtown Erwin. A hydraulic crusher, similar to the Jaws of Life apparatus emergency responders use to extradite crash
NASHVILLE — As Tennessee eyes a wave of executions, attorneys for 33 death row inmates on Tuesday filed a lawsuit seeking to strike down the state’s new three-drug combination for lethal injections.
DICKSON — Sen. Lamar Alexander said Tuesday that he was disappointed when Sen. Bob Corker decided not to seek re-election, and the two Republicans have recently talked about calls for Corker to reverse course. But Alexander claims he hasn’t urged
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