At 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 27, Local 8 News presented a special program to look at what's happened in the year since the devastating Sevier County wildfires, and how the community is both growing stronger and moving forward.
Watch that program in its entirety in the videos above.
Cross untouched by flames brings hope to wildfire survivor
Wildfires take building, but not bond for Alamo Steakhouse family
Couple treasures statue of Jesus that survived Sevier Co. wildfires
New life sprouts from wildfire ashes
Rebuilding brings neighbors together following deadly firestorm
Brothers find light in My People Fund's lasting impact
Man aims to bring business back to arts and craft loop after wildfires
EmiSunshine's journey through Sevier Co. wildfire
Gatlinburg Inn remembers lives lost after a year of progress
Sevier Co. firemen remember waging war against raging wildfires
Mountain Tough rebuilds homes in the Smokies
Rebuilding the Smokies: Video from the front lines during 2016 wildfires
Last year, Sevier County faced one of the worst natural disasters ever seen in Tennessee. A year later, we continue to remember those who lost their lives in the wildfires and honor those who supported the community - neighbor helping neighbor - in the aftermath. pic.twitter.com/T5CMFkTWip— Gov. Bill Haslam (@BillHaslam) November 28, 2017