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Gifts from the Garden

Plan ahead to give your bounty for the holidays ’Tis the season to use fresh ingredients and common kitchen staples…

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Homegrown gift ideas

The idea of “Christmas in July” isn’t really a modern marketing ploy.  Summer has always been the time of abundance…


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Editorials
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The cooperative difference

I don’t think we realize how much we benefit from the internet and the communications services it provides. Not that…


Antiques
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It’s Just Stuff

Connie, I was hoping you could tell me about my little dish. I found a similar one on replacements.com for…

Community
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Poet’s Playground – May Winners

Age 8 and younger First Place Tennessee Lilli Edwards, Upper Cumberland EMC I like Tennessee, don’t you see. It’s a ton of fun. Sitting under a tree is very quiet,…

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50 years ago – July 1966

For more than 50 years, The Tennessee Magazine has been the official publication of our electric cooperatives, keeping member-owners informed about their co-ops, showcasing the wonders of electric service and…

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It’s Just Stuff

Connie, I was hoping you could tell me about my little dish. I found a similar one on replacements.com for $2,499. I have a booth at Miss Lucille’s Marketplace in…

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Poetry Contest – July Call for Entries

Are you a poet at heart? If so, we would like to see your efforts in The Tennessee Magazine’s new monthly poetry contest. Please limit your poem to no more…

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Letters to the Editor

Young Journalist I just had to write and tell you that my daughter, Gracie (above, 9 years old), LOVES your magazine. She looks forward to it coming in the mail…

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Point of View

“Faires of the Forest” by Robin Conover Canon EOS 5D Mark III,  70-200 mm, 2.8 L-series lens set at 130mm, Gitzo tripod, ISO 128,000, ƒ10 at 25 secs. I recently upgraded my…