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Rich Manor holds ribbon cutting and holiday celebration

Posted on December 20, 2014 at 6:42 pm

The final ribbon cutting of 2014 for the Morristown Area Chamber of Commerce was appropriately an authentic holiday celebration. Held at Rich Manor in the Witt community and hosted by owner Richard Fix, venue coordinator Joshua Dean and staff, the Dec. 18 open house featured a buffet of holiday edibles provided by Little City Catering and tours of the estate that was fully decorated for Christmas. “It’s a beautiful, beautiful

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  • Delaney Jane’s Boutique & Gifts display Holiday Hope Fund Angel Tree

    Posted on December 13, 2014 at 9:14 pm

    Donna Brazell, owner of Delaney Jane’s Boutique & Gifts in Morristown, with the store’s Angel Tree, as part of the Citizen Tribune Holiday Hope Fund. Brazell said it has been an honor to host a tree for the first time.

    Donna Brazell, owner of Delaney Jane’s Boutique & Gifts in Morristown, has gotten more than one blessing out of a new-to-2014 holiday item in her store. The simple tree that holds the red and white cards that serve as ambassadors to the Citizen Tribune Holiday Hope Fund has been in her store since November and has brought joy to both the retailer and her customers. The tree’s arrival at Delaney

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  • Masengill Springs Workout Anytime off to healthy start

    Posted on December 13, 2014 at 9:13 pm

    Finding an unused area to hold an official celebration was a challenge at Workout Anytime on the morning of Dec. 11. The new facility located in Masengill Springs was a hub of activity during a time that most fitness centers would consider off hours. By 9 a.m., the center was filled with the sounds and sights of healthy physical activity. “The response from the community has been fantastic,” General Manager

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  • Christopher’s new practice to anchor Masengill expansion

    Posted on December 10, 2014 at 11:30 am

    An Appalachian Design Services rendering of the future expansion at the Masengill Springs site.

    Construction has begun on the second phase of development of the Food City-dominated Masengill Springs complex off West Andrew Johnson Highway, Morristown developer Michael Bunch announced Tuesday afternoon. The anchor tenant in a new 21,000-square-foot building on the east side of Masengill Springs will be the osteopathic practice of surgeon Dr. Ronald G. Christopher, the doctor confirmed Tuesday. Christopher says nurse practitioner Ginger Withers, who has an established pain-management practice,

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  • Yummy Cakes & More wins first place for sea-worthy cake

    Posted on December 6, 2014 at 7:13 pm

    Kristy Gives, owner of Yummy Cakes & More in Morristown, won first place at the Sevier County Ultimate Bake Off on Nov. 22, with her creative entry depicting aquatic life. The contest was held at Ripley’s Aquarium in Gatlinburg.

    Best laid plans and near disasters don’t usually mix. In the case of professional baker Kristi Gives and the Nov. 21 Sevier County Ultimate Cake Off, however, the combination produced a first place winner. The contest was held at the Ripley’s Aquarium in Gatlinburg, and the theme was aquatic life. Normally, Gives takes her time to analyze the theme of any given cake and study the possible designs. This particular

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  • Yes, Way! Restaurateur considers dual concept

    Posted on December 2, 2014 at 1:16 pm

    Barring unforeseen complications, a first-of-its-kind pairing of two Sevier County restaurants – Holston’s Kitchen and No Way Jose’s – will open in Morristown by August, restaurateur Kirby Smith announced this morning. The side-by-side restaurants, which will total more than 11,000 square feet and employ more than 100 workers, will be constructed on the vacant lot at the intersection of West Andrew Johnson Highway and Economy Road near Home Depot. “Right

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  • Asian 1 expands menu

    Posted on November 30, 2014 at 2:49 am

    The husband and wife team of Emma (Hong) Chen and Bruce (shi hui) Gong operate Asian 1, a fresh, made-to-order restaurant in Morristown that recently introduced a number of Thai dishes.

      Asian 1, the popular family-owned Morristown restaurant that offers Chinese, sushi and hibachi grill dishes is now serving up an extensive Thai menu. And there is a new dish that can be described with pure emotion: the Happy Box. Opened by the husband and wife team of Emma Chen and Bruce Gong in 2012, the restaurant added a Sushi bar in 2013 and obtained its beer license. The newest

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