“The Cuonzo Martin TV Show” tips off this Saturday, Jan. 12, with exclusive behind-the-scenes coverage of the Tennessee basketball team, which is looking to build off an impressive 2012 SEC campaign. Viewers in Knoxville can tune to WVLT-TV CBS Ch. 8 (Saturday, 11:00 a.m. ET) and enjoy re-broadcasts of each show on MyVLT2 (Sunday, 9:00 […]
MAYOR ROGERO NAMES PUBLIC FACILITIES DIRECTOR Mayor Madeline Rogero today announced the hiring of Greg Mackay as Director of Public Assembly Facilities. Mackay, former Administrator of the Knox County Election Commission and a former real estate broker, will manage operations at Chilhowee Park and the Civic Auditorium and Coliseum. He succeeds Bob Polk, […]
State Senator Becky Massey has been appointed to Chairwoman of the Calendar Committee and will also serve on the Transportation Committee and the Government Operations Committee and the Health and Welfare Committee. State Representative Ryan Haynes has been appointed as chair of the State Government Committee, and will also serve on the Civil Justice Committee.
Source: Harry Brooks Facebook Page “Newsflash – Just appointed Chairman of the House Education Committee. Anxious to start working!”
Expect significant traffic delays Thursday and Friday in portions of Knox County… What: Transport of 218-ton equipment on City of Knoxville roads When: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Thursday and Friday (Jan. 10th & 11th) Where: From Forks of the River Industrial Park to Dowell Springs Business Park (off Middlebrook Pike) Who: Provision Health Alliance is moving […]
Dan Andrews interviews Tigerspike's Lead expert on Quantum Resistant Encryption Technology "Karacell"
As a political journalist, I am always on the lookout for new innovations involving encryption technology. So when I read Tigerspike Announces Karacell, Delivering Faster, Secure, Quantum Resistant ‘Made for Mobile’ Video Encryption, I was beyond excited about the strong implications this technology has. The Tigerspike press release is about a new patented technology called […]
Piles of CDs come into the studio at the start of the new semester. The blizzard of new CDs mailed to 90.3 FM. With the start of the new year and a new semester at WUTK 90.3 FM comes the challenge of listening to hundreds of new album releases. This past Sunday I happened to […]
This Saturday, January 12th, Knox County is partnering with the City of Knoxville, Optimist Club of West Knoxville and the Knoxville Volunteer Rescue Squad for the “Plug-In to Your Community” electronic-waste recycling event. Saturday’s event will take place rain or shine from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Chilhowee Park in the MidwayParking Lot on North Beaman Street. The […]
By Dr. Jim Ferguson In case you haven’t realized, the world has fundamentally changed and the “New Order” is now in charge. As 2013 dawns it is apparent that my cohorts are no longer in control – nor am I. In describing the role of parents, I believe the Proverbist said it best: “Teach your […]
By Steve Williams Stair Technological High School was a newcomer on the Knoxville prep football scene in 1937, but it earned the respect of longtime powers like Knoxville High, Central and Young before it closed in 1951. Located in a big brick building at the intersection of Henley Street and Western Avenue, diagonally across from […]