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The fall and winter 2020 edition of the Townsend Traveler.
Museums small and large suffered during the height of COVID-19-related closures, and the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center was no exception.
Ted Godfrey is back from Texas City, Texas, where he spent 38 years working as an environmental manager for Sea Lion Technology.
Townsend is a tourist destination for those seeking respite among nature’s beauty in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, but this small East …
It’s been anything but a normal year for Blount’s portion of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
A camp within a national park sounds like a great idea, but the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont is more than a camp.
The owner of one of Townsend’s newest eateries had a soft opening for her business on March 9 through the following Monday.
Welcome to the Smokies, fishing aficionados.
A bright, sunny Wednesday afternoon in November 2019 was appropriate to celebrate the dedication of a new Townsend landmark: the “Townsend/Sun…
The Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center preserves the history of the region by bringing it to life.
It’s a never-ending battle, Keep Blount Beautiful and Tuckaleechee Garden Club will say — the arduous task of keeping invasive, non-native pla…
With its thrift store reopening this month after COVID-19 interrupted business in early spring, Hearts and Hands Scholarship Fund is full spee…
The black bear is the icon of the Great Smoky Mountains, which also are known as the "Salamander Capital of the World" for the quantity and variety of the lizard-like amphibians. But with Discover Life in America scientists and community members are helping identify and map tens of thousands of species in the national park.
The Coalition for Appalachian Ministry Cabin Crafts has a little bit of everything.
Floating down the Little River in an inflatable inner tube has become a staple of Townsend’s summer culture.