Legal and Public Notices for the week of March 5, 2018

Foreclosure notices   NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE   STATE OF TENNESSEE, KNOX COUNTY WHEREAS, April R. Hinchey executed a Deed of Trust to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for SunTrust Mortgage, Inc.., Lender and Larry A. Weissman, Trustee(s), which was dated February 18, 2009 and recorded on February 20, 2009 in Instrument No. […]

Haslam forms working group to review school safety, make immediate safety recommendations to enhance security

Leaders in Government, Safety, Education, Mental Health To Meet This Week   NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today announced he has formed a working group of leaders from the executive branch, General Assembly, safety, education and mental health to immediately begin reviewing school safety in Tennessee and provide recommendations to enhance the security of […]


By Dr. Jim Ferguson The French have a term for feeling listless, weary or dissatisfied. Americans might say they have the blahs or the doldrums. Since English is an amalgam of many languages and cultures, the French word ennui is now part of our English lexicon. I’m a stickler for words which are the tools […]

M. McClung & Company

  By Ralphine Major I knew it as the building where our mother worked.  The first time she worked there was before I was born.  The second time was when she re-entered the work force and became our family’s primary breadwinner after our father developed heart disease and was forced to sell the dairy. M. […]

Indian Mountain State Park, Jellico worth a visit

  By Mike Steely The unique location of Indian Mountain State Park in Jellico, Tn., not only makes it the “First Tennessee State Park” for southbound travelers on Interstate 75 but also gives the park the recognition of being the only state park built on a strip mine. If you’re headed north into Kentucky or […]

Sensible Solutions

By Joe Rector The young people of today are suffering mightily right now. They face the realization each day of school that some crazed individual with an assault rifle might enter the building and begin shooting. For years now, students have practiced hiding in corners of classrooms or closets during drills. Those exercises have become […]

Transporting children in a truck bed

  By Jedidiah McKeehan Something you do not see too often anymore is kids riding in the back of trucks, which is a good thing.  It is always better to be safe, especially when children are involved, and have them ride inside of the vehicle in the appropriate car seat.  However, is having kids, or […]

Keller Chryst chooses Vols, QB Competition Upcoming

By Alex Norman Heading into spring practice, Tennessee’s starting quarterback job looked to be signed, sealed and delivered for rising redshirt sophomore Jarrett Guarantano. Quinten Dormady announced that he was going to transfer instead of playing his senior season at Tennessee. Rising sophomore Will McBride got some playing time in 2017 when Guarantano was injured, […]

Winning in Starkville was and continues to be special

By Steve Williams Tennessee basketball notched what was probably its second biggest win ever at Mississippi State last week. That’s not meant to be a knock on the Vols’ impressive victory in Starkville, which put them in position to capture a Southeastern Conference championship this past weekend. There was just a win over the Maroon […]

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