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'Jurassic World' passes 'Avengers' for biggest opening ever

'Jurassic World' passes 'Avengers' for biggest opening ever

June 15th, 2015 1:57 pm by Associated Press

It was a T-Rex size opening at $208.8M.

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Ready for deep fried Oreos? Head for the Covered Bridge

Ready for deep fried Oreos? Head for the Covered Bridge

June 12th, 2015 11:18 am by John Thompson

After two days of a more intimate Covered Bridge Celebration in the Covered Bridge Park Wednesday and Thursday, the 49th annual festival will step up the pace of fun, music and food today and Saturday.

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Don't lose your children! Tips for parents in crowds

Don't lose your children! Tips for parents in crowds

June 9th, 2015 1:31 pm by Kelly Aiglon

Keeping track of kids at an amusement park or other crowded venue is a roller-coaster ride in itself. And the bigger the crowds, the more loopy you're bound to get. A parent's biggest fear? Losing a little one in the melee.

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Project: Beautiful bouquets

Project: Beautiful bouquets

June 8th, 2015 11:30 am by Jodi Butler

Here's a fun and easy summer art project! Help your child show a loved one she cares with a flower basket crafted from her artwork.

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Jonesborough starting push for new school

Jonesborough starting push for new school

June 6th, 2015 10:17 pm by Nathan Baker

A push by Jonesborough's governing body to build a new K-8 school in conjunction with a facility planned for the Boones Creek zone instead of after will take the first step next week on the long road to funding approval by the full Washington County Commi

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Tennessee begins Common Core standards review

Tennessee begins Common Core standards review

June 6th, 2015 2:31 pm by Jason Gonzales, The Tennessean

Tennessee embarked on its review of Common Core State Standards this week with a room full of educators at The Inn at Opryland in Nashville.

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12 documentaries that will inspire kids to change the world

12 documentaries that will inspire kids to change the world

June 2nd, 2015 1:54 pm by Caroline Knorr

The words "let's watch a documentary" might not roll off the tongue of the average tween or teen. But, during the long days of summer when kids crave a change of pace, or have time to explore subjects, documentaries can provide a welcome diversion.

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Kid Power draws big crowd at fairground

Kid Power draws big crowd at fairground

June 1st, 2015 9:12 am by Contributed to the Press

More than 1,100 attended the 12th Annual Kid Power, a free community event, Saturday at the Appalachian Fairgrounds in Gray.

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School's out! But the learning doesn't stop with 4-H

School's out! But the learning doesn't stop with 4-H - VIDEO

May 29th, 2015 10:02 am by David Floyd

To celebrate the accomplishments made by children in grades 4-8, 4-H sponsored a special event Thursday at the Appalachian Fairgrounds that allowed participants to take three classes from a roster of about 30

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Must-have travel apps

Must-have travel apps

May 22nd, 2015 4:34 pm by Ingrid Simone

Whether you're taking the kids on a day trip or a trip around the world, if you're bringing a smartphone or tablet, you'll want to be sure you have these great apps for getting them involved and engaged in your travel adventure.

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