Fire at 2513 East Glenwood Ave.


Knoxville, Tenn.– Captain D.J. Corcoran of the Knoxville Fire Department informed that on February 26 at 4:01 p.m. the Knoxville Fire Department was dispatched to 2513 East Glenwood Ave. for report of a house fire. When firefighters arrived they found heavy smoke and flames showing, all occupants (mother, father, and three children) were out, but one ofContinue reading “Fire at 2513 East Glenwood Ave.”

Dime cómo viajas y te diré de dónde eres


Los mexicanos toman 10 días de vacaciones al año, los franceses toman 30: Dime cómo viajas y te diré de dónde eres El estudio de Expedia.mx nos permite conocer la forma en que viajan los mexicanos y su relación con el trabajo   MEXICO CITY–(Marketwire – February 04, 2013) – Expedia, agencia líder mundial en viajes,Continue reading “Dime cómo viajas y te diré de dónde eres”

1ST ANNUAL FRUGAL LIVING FAIR TO BE HELD AT KING FAMILY LIBRARY


Sevierville, Tenn.–Tammie Browning with Shallywagness and the King Family Library present the 1st Annual Frugal Living Fair on Saturday, March 2 from 10:00AM – 4:00PM. Enjoy a day of classes on the following topics: ·         10:30 – 11:00AM – Saving Money with Homemade Meals ·         11:30AM – 12:00PM – Saving Money by Meal Planning ·         12:15 – 1:15PM –Continue reading “1ST ANNUAL FRUGAL LIVING FAIR TO BE HELD AT KING FAMILY LIBRARY”

5 Easy Ways to Get Involved in America Saves Week and Save Successfully


By Katie Bryan, America Saves Communications Manager America Saves Week, February 25 – March 2, 2013, is chance for individuals to assess their own saving status and take financial action. Studies reveal that having a savings plan with specific goals can have beneficial financial effects, even for lower-income families. Here are 5 easy ways toContinue reading “5 Easy Ways to Get Involved in America Saves Week and Save Successfully”

Universidad de Colorado lanza iniciativa para mejorar aprendizaje del Inglés


El National Education Policy Center lanza la Iniciativa del idioma español y anuncia la publicación de documentos breves de política sobre asuntos educativos de importancia fundamental Denver,CO — El National Education Policy Center (NEPC) de la University of Colorado Boulder ha lanzado tres documentos de política en español que explican enfoques basados en la investigación y centrados en la equidadContinue reading “Universidad de Colorado lanza iniciativa para mejorar aprendizaje del Inglés”

FRIENDS GROUP TO HOST 1ST FRIDAY GET-TOGETHERS AT SEYMOUR BRANCH LIBRARY


Published in English and Spanish Este anuncio está publicado en Inglés y en Español SEYMOUR – Bienvenido a su biblioteca local! Ese es el mensaje que los Amigos de la Biblioteca Seymour le extenderán el primer viernes de cada mes. El primer encuentro está previsto para el viernes 1 de marzo de 4 a 6 pm, conContinue reading “FRIENDS GROUP TO HOST 1ST FRIDAY GET-TOGETHERS AT SEYMOUR BRANCH LIBRARY”

UT Students Concert at Tennessee Theater Feb. 24


 KNOXVILLE—For the first time, a student-only group from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will perform Beethoven’s masterpiece Symphony No. 9 in D Minor. The performance will take place in a Feb. 24 concert at the Tennessee Theater in downtown Knoxville.  The public is invited to the free concert, which will begin at 7:30 p.m.  TheContinue reading “UT Students Concert at Tennessee Theater Feb. 24”

Metro Police request information from Nashville community


The police department’s Traffic Unit is leading the investigation into the death of Livia Rose Smith, 32, who was found this morning lying on the roadway in the 2600 block of Barclay Drive, approximately one block from her East Nashville home.           A motorist found Smith at 5:10 a.m.  She suffered a head injury andContinue reading “Metro Police request information from Nashville community”

Johns Hopkins professor will discuss the need to ‘Rethink’ water as part of Leading Voices series


 JOHNSON CITY – Dr. Robert S. Lawrence, a Johns Hopkins University professor widely regarded as an expert on the relationship between human health and the environment, will focus on the American diet and its detrimental effect on the fresh water supply when he visits East Tennessee State University on Thursday, Feb. 21, as part ofContinue reading “Johns Hopkins professor will discuss the need to ‘Rethink’ water as part of Leading Voices series”

La Renuncia de Benedicto XVI


Se había dado ya un caso, el de San Celestino V, quien,  en 1296, renunció al Papado y se dedicó a la oración.  Benedicto XVI,  un Papa también muy espiritual, hará lo mismo. Pero el motivo de la renuncia del Papa Ratzinger, es, sobre todo, su salud: “por la edad avanzada, ya no tengo fuerzas para ejercer adecuadamenteContinue reading “La Renuncia de Benedicto XVI”

USDA Business Head visits East Tennessee


Chestnut Hill, Tenn. –USDA Business Programs Administrator Lillian Salerno spent two days visiting small businesses in East Tennessee, including a stop to meet with Jefferson County’s John Burleson, owner of English Mountain Spring Water in Chestnut Hill (Cocke, Co.).   In 2006, English Mountain Spring Water in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains had builtContinue reading “USDA Business Head visits East Tennessee”

KNOXVILLE ART MARKET GALLERY MARCH


KNOXVILLE – The Art Market Gallery of Knoxville will feature an exhibit of recent works by two members, jeweler Kristine Taylor of Knoxville and photographer Ronald Sullivan of Oak Ridge.   After graduating from the University of Tennessee with a degree in cell biology, Kristine Taylor’s hobby of designing and making jewelry became her business. Creating with polymer clayContinue reading “KNOXVILLE ART MARKET GALLERY MARCH”

Empleo Disponible en Nashville


POSICION DISPONIBLE: PROMOTOR(A) DE SALUD DESCRIPCION: El/la promotor(a) de salud implementará un programa de educación comunitaria con familias hispanas en Nashville.  El programa para padres de familia se enfoca en mejorar la alimentación y aumentar las actividades físicas en los niños y tener buena salud oral.   RESPONSABILIDADES:   Completar capacitación sobre el programa, técnicas de educaciónContinue reading “Empleo Disponible en Nashville”

Reminder: Hispanic and Women Farmers and Ranchers Claims Must be Postmarked by March 25


Reminder: Hispanic and Women Farmers and Ranchers Claims Must be Postmarked by March 25   WASHINGTON, February 8, 2013- Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today reminded Hispanic and women farmers and ranchers who allege discrimination by the USDA in past decades that there are 45 days remaining in the filing period closing March 25, 2013. “HispanicContinue reading “Reminder: Hispanic and Women Farmers and Ranchers Claims Must be Postmarked by March 25”

TEEN VIDEO GAME NIGHT @ YOUR SCPLS SEYMOUR BRANCH LIBRARY


Seymour, TN.  Gaming in the library?!  Yes, that’s what happening in the Seymour Branch of the Sevier County Public Library System (SCPLS).  Teen Video Game Night will occur every month on the second Thursday.  The Seymour Branch Library owns several gaming systems and a number of different games and the program is free of charge. Teen Video Game NightsContinue reading “TEEN VIDEO GAME NIGHT @ YOUR SCPLS SEYMOUR BRANCH LIBRARY”

Ancient Chinese Culture presented to Tennesseans


Shen Yun Performing Arts NASHVILLE Presented by TN Falun Dafa Association and Tennessee Performing Arts Center, TPAC at TPAC – Andrew Jackson Hall02/15/13 – 02/17/13 KNOXVILLE Presented by TN Falun Dafa Association and The Tennessee Theater at Guy Street Downtown.02/12/13 – 02/13/13 Let Shen Yun take you on a journey through five thousand years of divinely inspired culture:Continue reading “Ancient Chinese Culture presented to Tennesseans”

STORYTELLING AT KING FAMILY LIBRARY DURING BLACK HISTORY MONTH


Chetter Galloway is a storyteller who specializes in African and African-American stories.  Chetter, a native of Suffolk, VA is the youngest of ten children and remembers his father telling stories on road trips.  He first experienced storytelling at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.  He honed his craft at East Tennessee State University’s Master’s in Storytelling Program.  He is a YoungContinue reading “STORYTELLING AT KING FAMILY LIBRARY DURING BLACK HISTORY MONTH”

Storytelling Through Sound’: Guest artists Whitney Kelley, Patrick Sutton to perform


JOHNSON CITY – Flutist Whitney Kelley and guitarist Patrick Sutton will present “Storytelling Through Sound” in a Guest Artist Recital at East Tennessee State University on Sunday, Feb. 3.  The program of works by Piazzola, Vieaux, Fukushima and Beaser will include musical stories, from whimsical to tragic, that “weave together the beauty of life, nostalgiaContinue reading “Storytelling Through Sound’: Guest artists Whitney Kelley, Patrick Sutton to perform”

American Chemical Society Offers Scholarships for Minority Chemical Science Students


American Chemical Society Offers Scholarships for Minority Chemical Science Students   WHAT:           Renewable scholarships from $1,000 to $5,000 per year from the American Chemical                       Society  WHO:             Minority students who want to enter the fields of chemistry  WHEN:           Applications accepted through March 1, 2013  HOW:             Apply online www.acs.org/scholars, call 1-800-227-5558 or email scholars@acs.org