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Smokies seeks info on old homesites

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is looking for help in identifying and documenting former homesites in the park. 

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Roadside parking banned at Laurel Falls

With more than 100 cars typically parked outside the parking lot at Laurel Falls in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park — mostly along the roadside — park staff are taking measures to eliminate these practices through Sunday, Oct. 30.

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Writer takes residence in the Smokies

Bakersville, North Carolina, resident Sue Wasserman is taking her place as this year’s Steve Kemp Writer in Residence at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park following a two-year pandemic delay. 

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Fishy field guide hits bookstores

A new field guide dedicated to the aquatic residents of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is now on bookshelves. 

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