At 1 a.m. on Dec. 22, some 500 million gallons of coal sludge flooded 15 homes in a 400-acre area west of Knoxville. Unleashed by a break in a waste-pond retaining wall at the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Kingston coal-fired plant, the wave of mud and coal ash knocked at least one home off its foundation and was as deep as 6 feet as it rushed downstream.
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HUGE Multi-Family Yard Sale
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Child/Adolescent Mental Health positions in Jackson, Haywood, Macon & Swain Counties
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1BR, 1BA West Asheville
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Your Customer Service Opportunity of a Lifetime
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Multiple Management Openings French Broad Food Co-op
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