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Mint Condition

Add a refreshing twist to your summer meals You don’t need a green thumb to grow fresh mint in Tennessee.…

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Storing Fresh Herbs

Fresh or dried, herbs are DIY flavor. Want to cut back on salt? Herbs add flavors that can keep your…


Energy
Editorials
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The sad irons of the 1930s

There are truths to be found and lessons to be learned in history. If we pay attention, past events can…


Antiques
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It’s Just Stuff

I found this beautiful platter in my mother-in-law’s home after she passed away. I have tried to find information about…

Community
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Poet’s Playground – April Winners

Age 8 and younger First Place Do you see? Dominique Major, Sequachee Valley EC do you see the Tennessee worm deep in the ground as they squirm do you see…

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50 Years Ago – June 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

I found this beautiful platter in my mother-in-law’s home after she passed away. I have tried to find information about Waldron, Tennessee, which is printed on the back. It looks…

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It’s the Best Time of the Year

It’s time for you to have your say in determining the best Tennessee has to offer. We again invite — and urge — you to help name the honorees of…

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Letters to the Editor

Cover to Cover I really enjoy your magazine, reading it from cover to cover the day it arrives. Thank you for your relevant, well-written product. Keep up the great work.…

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Point of View

“Cordell Hull Sunset” by Robin Conover Canon EOS 6D, 24-70 mm, 2.8 L-series lens, Gitzo tripod, ISO 100, ƒ22 at 1/10 sec. My first camping trip of this year began with…