League of Women Voters, partners to host candidate events

The Knox County Commission candidates will participate in a meet and greet tonight at the Knoxville News Sentinel.  The following week, on Thursday, Feb. 13, Knox County School Board candidates will participate in a forum at Logan Temple AME Zion Church. Both events will start at 6:30 p.m. and are co-sponsored by Centro Hispano, the […]

Meet the Candidates tonight

Food & Fellowship Tuesday, February 4th 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Mike McMillan for Knox County School Board, 8th District Richie Beeler for Knox County Commission, 8th District David Buuck  for Knox County Law Director Corryton Community Center 9331 Davis Drive Corryton, TN 37721 Hosted and paid for by Steve Hunley and Jack Huddleston.

LeConte Photographic Society presents Photographing New England

The LeConte Photographic Society is pleased to present a photo program by professional photographer Barry Spruce on Sat., Feb. 15th at 10:00 a.m. at the King Family Library in Sevierville, TN.  This program is free and open to the public.  Come out and enjoy learning some of the beautiful places in the New England area […]

Exposure

By Dr. Jim Ferguson I am often astounded by what people don’t know or what they think they know. A young professional recently told me she didn’t recognize the name AOC (Alexander Ocasio Cortez), the titular leader of the Democrat party. And last week the New York Times alleged that John Bolton, in a yet […]

This and That

By Rosie Moore I made a gaffe in last week’s article titled “Good Books”. The very first book I wrote about, “The Fall of Crazy House,” wasn’t a good book at all, but I wanted to mention it because it was written by one of my favorite authors, James Patterson. I wanted to mention him […]

Whoo! January’s Over!

By Ralphine Major Winter’s longest month has already ended!   It is the block of time that puts us on track to face the upcoming year after the long-awaited holiday season celebrating Christmas and New Year’s. January marks the birthday of Elvis Presley, though it is hard to even imagine that the popular singer would have […]

Different Types of Judges, II

By Jed McKeehan When we think about appearing in or going to court in the US, and specifically in Tennessee, we typically think about appearing before a judge.  However, there are a wide range of actual titles given to the individuals who may be deciding your case.  Even though that person may not be officially […]

West High’s Drew Francis picks MTSU

By Mark Nagi Asked to describe the past couple of months, West linebacker Drew Francis said simply, “It was definitely stressful.” Back in July 2019, Francis verbally committed to Arkansas, turning down offers from Purdue and Memphis, among others.  But in November, head coach Chad Morris was fired, and Francis’s world was turned upside down. […]

Legal and public notices for the week of February 3. 2020

Foreclosure Notices   NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE   WHEREAS, on the 23rd day of October, 2013, Anthony Weaver and Travis Weaver conveyed the hereinafter described real property and improvements thereon to Keith D. Stewart, Trustee, by Deed of Trust of record at Instrument No. 201506020065830 in the Knox County Register’s Office, to secure certain […]

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