Hall of famer Ed Irvin produced dominating record in volleyball

Hall of famer Ed Irvin produced dominating record in volleyball

By Steve Williams For years, Ed Irvin had a dynasty in high school girls volleyball. It’s no wonder he was a unanimous selection for induction into the Greater Knoxville Sports Halls of Fame’s Class of 2013. As a head coach in volleyball for 28 years, Irvin compiled a won-loss record of 723-327 and directed South-Doyle […]

Admirals rout Bearden 6-0 in rivalry match

Admirals rout Bearden 6-0 in rivalry match

By Ken Lay The Farragut High-Bearden High boys soccer rivalry has seen plenty of hotly contested and intense matches over the past several years. But Friday night, the latest chapter between Knoxville’s top Class AAA powerhouses proved to be anything but intriguing as the visiting Admirals posted a 6-0 victory over the Bulldogs at Bruce […]

Jenna and her Cool Friends Rock Alive After 5

Jenna and Her Cool Friends rocked the Art Museum this past Friday. “Alive after 5” is an amazing combination of music, food, art, and dancing, occurs throughout the year on Fridays at the museum.  For more information, visit http://www.knoxart.org.

UT Honors Knox, Tipton County Educators for Excellence in Leadership

A Knox County administrator and a Tipton County principal are the latest recipients of University of Tennessee, Knoxville, awards that recognize outstanding education leaders in the state. Clifford Davis Jr., executive director of secondary education for Knox County Schools, is the recipient of the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) Excellence in Educational Leadership Award. […]

Orange and White Game 2:00 p.m. today

On Saturday at Neyland Stadium opportunity knocks for Team 117. The 2013 DISH Orange & White Game – set for a 2 p.m. start – offers a final chance for the Vols to get on the gridiron this spring and prove something. With that in mind, Thursday morning’s practice session – No. 14 this spring […]