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• Cedar Hills Golf Club finished repairs to the golf course. For the past ten months, Cedar Hills has been repairing sewer lines. Now that the work is finished, mesh tarps blocking the creek have been removed and the construction vehicles are off the property. The paths will be repaved over the coming weeks and the golf carts will be replaced in August. Cedar Hills is located at 100 Beals Chapel Road in Lenoir City. Call 865-986-6521 for more information.

• Ascend Marine Inc., 10441 Dutchtown Road, engineered the BlueNet Chain Counter. The wireless computer based system, comprised of a sensor, transmitter and display, monitors the length of anchor rode deployed from boats. The weather-resistant sensor works in conjunction with a small magnet that is installed on the chain wheel or capstan. As the anchor is deployed or retrieved, the sensor senses each time it passes and accurately measures the length of rope leaving or returning to the boat. The wireless transmitter is connected to the sensor. At the heart of the chain counter is the BlueNet Mobile Control Head that wirelessly receives the chain or rope information from the transmitter and displays it on the monitor. To find available dealers, go to or call 800-923-2817.

• The Baptist Sleep Institute in Knoxville, directed by Dr. Rosanne S. Barker, recently received program re-accreditation from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. The center is affiliated with the Baptist Health System of East Tennessee. To receive a five-year accreditation, a sleep center must meet or exceed all standards for professional quality healthcare as designated by the AASM. The AASM accreditation process involves detailed inspection of a center’s facility and staff, including an evaluation of testing procedures, patient contacts and physician training. Additionally, the facility’s goals must be clearly stated and include plans for positively affecting the quality of medical care in the community it serves. Currently, the AASM accredits 825 sleep medicine centers and laboratories across the country. The AASM is a professional membership organization dedicated to assuring quality care for patients with sleep disorders, promoting the advancement of sleep research, and providing public and professional education.

• TDA Telecom is sponsoring the 2005 “Win With Winnebago” sweepstakes. New customers who sign up for TDS Long Distance service will be automatically entered into a drawing for a pair of Motorola two-way radios, a pair of Trek bicycles, or the grand prize, a 2006 Winnebago Outlook. Customers will receive an entry with the purchase of any new TDS Long Distance plan. Customers will have the opportunity to enter the sweepstakes without a purchase. All of the details of the sweepstakes can be found at For more information on the 2005 “Win With Winnebago” sweepstakes or any other offer from TDS Telecom, stop by the local office or call 1-888-CALL-TDS.

• Computer Troubleshooters, the world’s largest computer service network, has opened a new franchise location on Parkside Drive.

Computer Troubleshooters specializes in helping small businesses and home businesses with all of their computer-related needs.

Computer Troubleshooters of West Knoxville is owned by Matthew Pearce, who has more than 20 years of experience in the information technology field. Services include repairs, maintenance, networking, consulting and internet support services, all designed for the needs of businesses with one to 50 computers.

Pearce said, “Our customers prefer the speed and convenience of onsite service as they depend on their computers everyday. Small business owners rely on their electronic information, and we can help them maintain reliable information systems with virus protection, back-up systems, system monitoring and even the training needed for daily work.”

Computer Troubleshooters was ranked no. one Tech Support Franchise by “Entrepreneur” magazine in 2002, 2004 and 2005. For more information, call 865-869-0055, or visit


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