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Florists in Alcoa, TN

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Alcoa Flower Shops

Lee's Florist

370 Gill Street
Alcoa, TN 37701
(865) 980-9996

Lees Gallery & Florist

370 Gill St
Alcoa, TN 37701
(865) 984-7674

Royal Flower Gallery

356 South Calderwood Street
Alcoa, TN 37701
(856) 681-0002

Alcoa TN News

Feb 2, 2016

False advertising

The Tribune complained. We’d complain too, but then what would I have to write about? Meanwhile, over in COLAB World, local political troll and CalCoastNews contributor Kevin Rice had continued his charade that Adam Hill will appear at his “Lincoln-Douglas style debate” he’s arranged for Jan. 28 at the Avila Beach Community Center between the three candidates—Hill, Debbie Peterson, and Dan Carpenter—competing for Adam Hill’s District 3 supervisor’s seat. More than two weeks ago, Hill issued a press release saying he would not participate because the debate lacked a moderator and was created by Rice, who has waged a long, dirty-trick-filled campaign against Hill. “I won’t be participating in this farce,” wrote Hill, no doubt setting the groundwork for Donald Trump’s recent snubbing of the Fox News Republican Debate. Adam Hill—trendsetter! Of course, this hasn’t stopped Rice from posting a flier on his euphemistically titled website that shows photos of Peterson, Carpenter, and Hill under the headline, “Don’t miss this 1st for SLO County: a REAL election debate.” At the top of the page in red, it reads, “UPDATE: A false rumor alleges one candidate has formally declined to appear. Integrity SLO has received no such communication and is confident all three candidates desire to meet the public.” I guess since Rice didn’t get a hand-delivered copy of Hill’s formal Jan. 11 press release that read, “Supervisor Adam Hill will not be attending the Kevin P. Rice political event scheduled for Jan. 28 in Avila Beach,” it’s not a real thing. Maybe since Rice once trespassed on Hill’s property to hand-deliver a “72-hour cure and correct libel” demand, he figures if Hill doesn’t come personally to him and hand him a sheet of notarized paper that tells him his can pack sand and shove it and his fake debate up his ass, it must mean Hill will attend. Sigh. And in the REAL PATRIOT department, there’s Los Osos resident Neil Sigurd Wampler, who decided to show his solidarity with Professional Moron Ammon Bundy and his band of Faux American Heroes Who Want To Protect Ranchers’ God Given Right To Use Public Resources Without Paying For Them by joining the group in Oregon, where they’ve occupied a wildlife refuge. The armed occupation is all about American rights, including—ostensibly—the right to bear arms, except Wampler lost that right after he was convicted of beating his sleeping father to death in bed. Wampler served his time, but he doesn’t like the law that rescinds his 2nd Amendment right. He even went as... (New Times SLO)

Dec 30, 2015

2015 USA TODAY Tennessee Football Team

Boyd-Buchanan (Chattanooga) Defense First Team Defensive line: Emmit Gooden (6-4, 270, Sr.), Haywood (Brownsville); Matthew McClurg (6-5, 230, Sr.), Alcoa; Ty Nix (6-0, 270, Sr.), Oakland (Murfreesboro); Rutger Reitmaier (6-3, 280, Jr.), Lipscomb (Nashville) Linebacker: Daniel Bituli (6-3, 238, Sr.), Nashville Christian; Tyrel Dodson (6-2, 230, Sr.), Centennial (Franklin); Maleik Gray (6-2, 205, Jr.), La Vergne Defensive back:Jacoby Stevens (6-2, 200, Jr.), Oakland (Murfreesboro); Donte Vaughn (6-3, 195, Sr.), Whitehaven (Memphis); Ikenna Okeke (6-3, 200, Sr.), Smyrna; Rontavius Groves (6-0, 177, Sr.), Pearl-Cohn (Nashville) Second Team Defensive line: Jonathan Decker (6-4, 260, Sr.), Alcoa; Michael Perry (6-2, 315, Sr.), Whitehaven (Memphis); Irana Moore (6-1, 240, Sr.), Memphis East; Tariqious Tisdale (6-5, 232, Sr.), Lexington; Linebacker: T.D. Blackmon (6-0, 210, Jr.), Maryville; Ryan Parker (6-2, 210, Sr.), Baylor (Chattanooga); Darron Johnson (6-1, 225, Sr.), Ridgeway (Memphis) Defensive back: Justin Kirkendall (6-1, 172, Sr.), Farragut (Knoxville); Rashun Freeman (5-11, 180, Sr.), Ooltewah; Nygel Edmonds (6-0, 182, Sr.), McCallie (Chattanooga); Mareio McGraw (6-0, 180, Sr.), Nashville Christian Special Teams Kicker: Crews Holt (6-0, 160, Sr.), Ravenwood (Brentwood) Read or Share this story: ... (The Daily News Journal)