The weather for our hometown changed flowing slowly into November from warmth and sunshine to some morning fog, rain ahead of falling temperatures last Tuesday and Wednesday. Thirty-degree mornings are on their way.But Lee Willis and I managed to squeeze in between the rain and cold on a clearing sky to visit some old timers who re well acquainted with Bull Mountain Road when they were children and now. I told Lee it would be helpful to talk to some families who live along the highway.
NEWPORT—This week is the short cold period predicted by weather forecasters and welcomed by utilities such as Jefferson Cocke County Utility District (JCCUD), moving more natural gas and propane.Anticipating colder days, the utility has been placing huge amounts of both propane and natural gas into storage.
NEWPORT—Commercial Bank of Harrogate plans to build a new bank in Newport beginning in early 2018. The signs of its plans are obvious with the current razing of the Parkway Inn Motel off Cosby Highway.“We are excited about this project,” said Jackie Ownby, vice-president of Commercial Bank area market to include Cocke and Sevier counties.The bank bought the property from the Patel family last year with a plan in mind to raze all structures on the land and build a larger bank.
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Selecting a term
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