Smoky Mountain Trader

August 6, 2020

The Smoky Mountain Trader a free Classified paper serving 12 counties in 3 states. Hamblen, Knox, Jefferson, Cocke, Grainger, Sevier, Hancock, Hawkins, Claiborne and Greene Counties in Tennessee. Plus Lee County Virginia and Bell County Kentucky.

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