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From Locals shine in All Star play   |   6/21/18

From Locals shine in All Star play   |   6/21/18

From Locals shine in All Star play   |   6/21/18

From Locals shine in All Star play   |   6/21/18

From Locals shine in All Star play   |   6/21/18

From Locals shine in All Star play   |   6/21/18

From Locals shine in All Star play   |   6/21/18

Banner photo, PATRICK MacCOON

FORMER LADY RAIDER Lauren Stutzman dives to save a shot she deflected early in the Tennessee-Georgia All Star Game at UTC's Finley Stadium Wednesday afternoon. Stutzman turned away several shots in clutch moments.

From Locals shine in All Star play   |   6/21/18

Banner photo, PATRICK MacCOON

CLEVELAND GRADUATE Juan Flores (center) looks back at the ball after trying to cut off the path of an attacker during the Tennessee-Georgia All Star soccer game. Cleveland High School was the home to both starting goalies in the boys and girls games at UTC's Finley Stadium Wednesday.

From Locals shine in All Star play   |   6/21/18

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

CASS LARSON, TVA vice president of pricing and contracts, said the agency will invest up to $8 billion in renewable energy through 2037. The agency has moved away from coal-fired energy producing plants.

From TVA to focus on clean energy   |   6/21/18

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

NUMEROUS SIGNS adorn the wall showcasing the countless names given to Sasquatch-like creatures in differing areas. Some of the more violent of the species include the Honey Island Swamp Monster and the Fouke Monster.

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

THIS SMALL TENT displayed at the museum is identical to what explorers on the Himalayan Mountains would camp in. Complete with blustering winds and the eerie flapping of the tent in the icy breeze, an encounter with a Yeti in such a remote location would certainly give a fright to even the hardiest explorer!

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