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The “Beauty Team” from Salon Visage promises a transformational experience Have a rejuvenating experience at February’s SubUrban|Thursday on February 17, 8 p.m..– 11 p.m. The event will include the team from Salon Visage offering consultations and special makeover give-a-aways!  Sick of your hairstyle?  Need a relaxing shoulder massage?  Or how about just a great martini shaken to your pleasure?  It’s all about YOU this SubUrban|Thursday.  Admission is Free. Martinis and Makeovers will als [FULL STORY]


Mayor and Aldermen meet tonight

Will introduce new staff for the city Following is the schedule for the City of Sevierville Board of Mayor and Alderman meeting to be held tonight at the Civic Center meeting room. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. Communications from the Mayor and Alderman 1. Introduction of New Employees:a. Ricky Greski - Public Works Service Workerb. Colleen Porter - Civic Center Supervisorc. Michael Clayton - Patrolmand. Michael Odom - Patrolmane. Kevin Stone - Patrolmanf. John Turne [FULL STORY]


Gov. Bredesen names new Director of Legislation

Former Legislative Liaison to serve as Legislative Director to the Governor   Governor Phil Bredesen named Mary W. Freeman to fill the post of Director of Legislation in the Governor’s Office, a position recently vacated by the promotion of Mack Cooper to the post of Senior Advisor for Legislation and Policy to the Governor.  Freeman has served as a legislative liaison to Bredesen since January 2003, where she worked as a liaison between the Governor and members of the Tennessee General Ass [FULL STORY]


TSB adds to staff

Todd Proffitt, President and CEO of Tennessee State Bank, recently announced that William A. (Bill) Caviness, Financial Consultant, has assumed branch responsibility for the Smith Barney Investment Center at Tennessee State Bank. Caviness is a native of Greensboro, NC. Bill is a graduate of Oak Ridge Military Academy and North Carolina State University. Bill has served on local board of directors for: United Way, American Red Cross, YMCA, and Greenville Youth Hockey Association. When Bill’ [FULL STORY]


MNB declares stock dividends

On December 20, Mountain National Bancshares, Inc., Sevierville, Tennessee announced a 5% Stock Dividend to shareholders of record as of January 7, 2005. The dividend will be mailed to shareholders on or about January 31, 2005. No fractional shares will be issued; a cash payment will be issued instead. Mountain National Bancshares, Inc. is the parent company of Mountain National Bank, with consolidated total assets of approximately $280 million. The bank operates 6 full-service banking offi [FULL STORY]

Previous Headlines

 

Budget Committee discusses critical issues
BB&T; declares dividend
Landsman named new UHS President and CEO
Sevier County Commission meeting
CNB announces new management
The Chamber Brief
July 16, 2004 to July 20, 2004 Property Transfers
Sevier County Intake Reports: June 8th to June 13th
Bozeman named CNO at UT Medical Center
Sevierville growing fast




 
 

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