By Steve Williams The satisfaction of working for something special and accomplishing it – a state championship – isn’t going away anytime soon, if ever, for members of Gibbs High School’s 2012 softball team. “We’re still on cloud nine,” said head coach Carol Mitchell Wednesday. “It feels great.” When the Lady Eagles turned in their […]
Registration for the Komen Knoxville Race for the Cure began June 1. The 16th annual event will be held on Saturday, October 27, 2012 at World’s Fair Park in downtown Knoxville. Last year, more than 13,000 area residents participated (pictured left) as runners, walkers and volunteers. The event raised more than $845,000, which supported research, […]
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By Focus Staff The Knoxville Focus polled just over 500 voters two months ago and asked the same question in this week’s poll: “Knox County schools Superintendent James McIntyre has requested $35 million in new revenue for the school system. This would require an additional 35 cents or 14.83% increase in property taxes. Do you […]
Over 60 Keller Williams’ real estate agents participated in Red Day, a nationwide day of community service sponsored by Keller Williams International, on May 10. Each year, Keller Williams Realty offices across the county are asked to select a project where agents can give back to the communities that support their careers in real estate. […]
By Ray Hill It will soon be one hundred years since the people of Tennessee elected their first United States Senator by popular vote in 1916. Prior to that time, senators had been elected by state legislatures. The framers of the U. S. Constitution had never intended that members of the United States Senate […]
The SHS Choral Department recently presented “Tom Sawyer, the Musical” and didn’t fail to entertain and delight audience members. Faithful members of the community, family, and friends came to support the choral students who had worked for months in preparation for Seymour High School’s 15th annual musical. Also in attendance on opening night were Senator […]
By Steve Williams Jack Tate is not leaving Bearden High School. That’s the good news. Before this season began, Tate did announce he would be stepping aside as the Bulldogs head baseball coach at season’s end. That was sad news, considering the longtime assistant was just entering his third season in the head post. What […]
By Rosie Moore Max Jukes lived in the state of New York. He was not a Christian and did not believe in any sort of Christian training. His was the life of a reprobate. The girl he married was of the same opinion and had the same sort of questionable character. These were not nice […]
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