Overall the holiday season is full of excitement, smiles, and presents. The cheer in the air is undeniable, but for many it is also stressful.
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Cumberland County Playhouse
The Cumberland County Playhouse is a culture that is completely unique to our town. Its Christmas traditions are some that many of us will never forget, but what is even more interesting is that the playhouse’s beginnings were completely unplanned.
Small Business, Big Impact
Support local small businesses and small businesses everywhere. They are the root of our economy.
The Last Chickamauga Cherokee Chief & the Cumberland Plateau
The Last Chickamauga Cherokee Chief’s role in signing a treaty giving the Scot-Irish settlers the rights to Cherokee hunting land and how it lead to the chiefs infamous assassination.
Staffing and WWII
Staffing has been around for a long time. The rumor is the idea began around 1600 in Britain, but American staffing hit its big boom during World War 2 when five million women left their home to work.
Finding Gratitude at Work
Oftentimes work is a hated place. People wake up dreading the day. Getting up and getting to the place you have to go to live. Working for a living has a bad reputation at times. But, here’s the thing, where would you be without a job?
The Appalachian way of life that is now known for its artistry, folklore, moonshine, and hillbilly ways were not for “looks” but necessity
Halloween Comes to Tennessee
Ghosts, goblins, spooks, witches, pumpkins, candy, hay rides, bonfires, and so much more come to mind when thinking of Halloween. Honestly, the holiday is hard to explain and is rather odd when you think about it. When did the holiday kick off in the states?
Social Media, a Productivity Killer?
While social media does have its good sides, like simply keeping in touch with distant friends and family, it has taken over much of our lives. According to a study by Hootsuite there are 4.7 billion social media users; on average those users spend 2.5 hours a day scrolling a social network.
Dr. May Wharton’s Introduction to Cumberland County
When the influenza of 1918 hit Cumberland County Dr. Wharton was brand new. She had to quickly learn the mountain people’s ways to help them survive, and she did.