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Pigeon Forge business plans to continue selling liquor until told otherwise

One Pigeon Forge business says things are still running smoothly following a decision regarding liquor sales.

Thursday, a Sevier County judge voided a November referendum allowing liquor by the drink. He ordered a new election after learning some non-residents were allowed to vote.

Mellow Mushroom in Pigeon Forge is confident the new election will yield the same result. It plans to keep selling liquor until told otherwise.

UT team competes in collegiate Ironjack 2013

The wood was flying this morning at the Lumberjack Feud in Pigeon Forge.

Four teams made up of three Lumberjacks took to the floor. Chopping, sawing, rolling and climbing their way up the scoreboard.

The first ever collegiate Ironjack World Championships started Friday and will continue Saturday the 12th.

Nothing like a little "single buck," standing block chops, and climbing to get a little healthy competition going.

Boy fights cancer with 27,000 new friends

Facebook became a valuable tool for a Sevier County family after their son was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer.

More than 27,000 pledged their prayers and became friends with the Rootin' for Regen Facebook page.

Thursday was Regen Morris' 12th birthday. He should have been at Phi Beta Phi Elementary School in Gatlinburg with his friends watching his older brothers play basketball.

Instead, he will fall asleep in a hospital bed.

Russia convicts man of 2002 Gatlinburg double-murder

The long road to justice for a 2002 double-murder in Gatlinburg has finally come to a successful end in Russia.

U.S. prosecutors say for the first time ever, the Russian government has convicted one of its own citizens for murdering someone in the United States. In this particular case, the crime was a brutal double-murder at a Gatlinburg apartment complex.

Judge throws out liquor by the drink vote, orders new election

For the fourth time in four years, Pigeon Forge residents will head to the polls to take up the issue of liquor by the drink.

Sevier County Chancery Court Judge, Telford Fogerty, ruled Thursday to throw out the November referendum results and order a new election.

The ruling is a result of a lawsuit filed by anti-liquor group, Concerned Churches and Citizens of Pigeon Forge (CCCPF). They brought to the attention of the court that 289 more people voted than there are residents registered to vote.

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Officials say Pigeon Forge liquor vote was flawed

Update 12:00 pm.  The judge has ordered a new election to determine if liquor by the drink can be sold in Pigeon Forge.

He said there's no question that 289 people who shouldn't have voted on the measure did, and that far exceeds the margin of victory in the liquor by the drink vote. 

He said there's "No question the vote is incurably uncertain."

He did not find any evidence of fraud.

We have a crew in the courtroom, and will bring you further information when we get it.

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