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High over Smokey Creek: The view from up here is simply stunning

When most of us think of overlooks, we think of the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area — of long hikes along...

The rise and decline of Scott County’s railroads

Editor's Note: In February, "Forgotten Times" presented the first of two articles on Scott County's railroad history with a look at how the Cincinnati...

Familiar faces behind Harrow Road’s planned resurgence

RUGBY — When Harrow Road Cafe opens for the season in a couple of weeks, it’ll be with some familiar faces at the helm. Bill...

A rock shelter’s secrets

“It’s definitely narrow, that’s for sure.”  My brother calls those words back to me as he carefully picks his way down a rocky chasm towards...

How the railroad came to Scott County

Editor's Note: This month's Forgotten Times focuses on how Scott County was selected as part of the route for the Cincinnati Southern. Next month's...

The start of organized religion in Scott County

Over the course of the past year, Focus On: Religion has examined the histories of several of Scott County’s oldest congregations, and will continue...

Heart disease: America’s deadliest killer

Perhaps the only thing more frightening than the number of lives it claims is the number of people it's targeting. "It" is America's deadliest killer:...

A passion for addicts

Tisha Orick knows the impact substance abuse can have when its steel tentacles entangle a family.  Like so many in rural Appalachia, Orick — an...

Inside an unassuming hole is a picturesque wonder

As the crow flies, the small cave isn’t far from the nearest hiking trail. In fact, the John Muir Trail — the long-distance trail...

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Oneida tabs Kingston’s Layne as band director

The Oneida Special School District has named Andrew Layne its new band director, Director of Schools Dr. Jeanny Phillips announced this week. Layne, a native...

Cristobal may bring rainfall, risk of severe weather to Tennessee

Tropical Storm Cristobal has dumped copious amounts of rain on parts of Mexico and appears to be taking aim at the Gulf Coast for...

Tennessee’s unemployment claims drop for a fourth consecutive week

NASHVILLE — The number of continued claims for unemployment insurance has dropped in Tennessee for a fourth consecutive week, the Dept. of Labor &...

Tennessee’s active coronavirus cases top 8,000 as outbreak continues to grow

There was early hope that the arrival of warmer weather would cause the outbreak of novel coronavirus to ease, months before an anticipated vaccine...
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