By Steve Williams Bobbie Fisher, who operates my favorite booth at the Expo Center Flea Market with her husband John, told me she would be rooting for Jeremy Pruitt and Alabama in the upcoming College Football Playoffs. And I quickly told her I would be, too, as I’m sure a lot of Tennessee fans will […]
By Ken Lay Area high school hockey players will be on the ice for the Knoxville Amateur Hockey Association’s annual holiday tournament this week. The New Year’s Eve Classic High School Tournament will be Dec. 28-29 at the Icearium. The tournament has traditionally hosted some of the state’s and southeast region’s top high school […]
New city council members speak up By Mike Steely email@example.com When the City Beer Board convened Tuesday afternoon Stephanie Welch, the new 1st District member, was left out of the roll call. This was brought to immediate attention and Board Chairman George Wallace and the other members laughed when he said his name was, until […]
By Mike Steely firstname.lastname@example.org Wreaths Across America came again to Knox County recently, decorating the graves of veterans of our peacetime and wartime soldiers and sailors. The annual event, sponsored for the last time by Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett, will in the future be in the capable hands of the Vietnam Veterans of America’s […]
By Mike Steely email@example.com Many improvements are underway at the Old Gray Cemetery in downtown Knoxville and additional funding is needed to top off an effort named “Trees, Trails and Traditions.” Russell B. Kuhlman, president of the board of directors, notified members and the public by mail recently of the effort noting that 75% […]
By Ray Hill W. “Ned” Carmack’s campaign for the United States Senate ended on a dusty road in rural West Tennessee under circumstances never resolved. Carmack’s wife Charlotte arrived to whisk him home to Murfreesboro, where Carmack spent some time in a hospital. Found unconscious, beaten, bloodied and partially paralyzed, Ned Carmack was forced to […]
The Hardin Valley Academy dance team capped its mini-camp Dec. 15 by performing with the Jr. Hawkettes.
By Steve Williams Every holiday season it seems Central High cheerleaders ring bells for the Salvation Army and paint faces and make pot holders at the Fantasy of Trees. The tradition continued this year. What do the cheerleaders get out of this community service? Three members of Coach Jackie Raley’s squad answered the question. “What […]
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Farragut High's dance team captured its third straight state championship in this year's Small Varsity Pom division and also placed second in the Small Varsity Jazz division. First row (left to right): Grace Reed, Olivia Rice, Presley Packer (senior co-captain), Tatum Allen (senior captain), Mackenzie Wilcox and Taylor Gee. Second row (left to right): Hannah Kochanski, Brenna Bocik, Brooke Thayer, Shelby Elam, Lucy Watkins and Bridget Gibson.
By Steve Williams Farragut High’s dance team, led by seniors Presley Packer and Tatum Allen, took first place in the TSSAA’s Small Varsity Pom division for the third year in a row and also placed second in Small Varsity Jazz. “We practice multiple hours every week to prepare for competition,” said Coach Adonia Adams. “Our […]
As 2017 comes to a close, Goodwill Industries-Knoxville is giving tips to make end-of-year giving easy. Because Goodwill is a nonprofit organization, any donations made to Goodwill by the end of business hours on Sunday, December 31st can be deducted from 2017 taxes. Here are some helpful hints for making the most of your […]