By Focus Staff This week’s Knoxville Focus poll asked the question: “Which political affiliation do you find yourself most closely aligned with?” More than 52% said they were closely aligned with the Republican Party; just over 26% said they were more closely aligned with the Democratic Party and 20% said they were Independents. The district […]
By Steve Williams Knoxville’s three representatives at the TSSAA state boys basketball tournament last week couldn’t make it out of the quarterfinal round. Grace Christian Academy, looking for its first ever Class A state tourney victory, was eliminated by Richland 54-46 after making a strong comeback at MTSU’s Murphy Center in Murfreesboro. Gibbs, which […]
By Ray Hill Few Tennesseans today remember Ross Bass who served the Volunteer State in Congress for a decade, as well as a brief term in the United States Senate. Bass was a participant in some of Tennessee’s fiercest political wars and served in Congress during a time when Tennessee was undergoing a profound change […]
By Tasha Mahurin Tasha@knoxfocus.com “Audiences are blown away by the stories of hope and transformation that the children share during their performance,” Jeanine Bedell with Watoto Child Care Ministry told The Focus. Members of the Watoto Children’s Choir serve as Watoto ambassadors to raise awareness about the plight of the orphaned and vulnerable children […]
By Nick Knoefel 7th grade 4H correspondent On February 16, the Knox County 4-H Senior Team went to Roane State in Harriman and took home 1st place ribbons for Senior High Division Team Champs in the State Hippology Competition and 1st place ribbons for Senior High Division Team Champs in the Horse Bowl Competition. Their […]
Still on the law books: All businesses must have a “hitching post” in front of their buildings in Knoxville, TN. Source… http://www.cityofknoxville.org/about/funfacts.asp
The Knoxville Nighthawks (0-1) will be traveling to Stabler Arena to take on the Lehigh Valley Steelhawks (0-1) for their second game of the season this Sunday March 17th. The St. Patrick’s Day matchup will kick off at 4:00 pm. The Nighthawks started out their second season at the Columbus Civic Center against the Lions […]
Knox County Board of Education Chair Karen Carson and Board Member Indya Kincannon will appear on the “State Your Case” radio show on Sunday, March 17, 2013 from noon to 1 p.m. at WNOX located at 8081 Kingston Pike.
A warmer weekend ahead before some cooler weather by the middle part of next week. Data courtesy of East Tennessee Storm Team.