By Ken Lay PIGEON FORGE— For the past decade Gibbs and Pigeon Forge have dominated the District 3-AA baseball scene. The two rivals renewed acquaintances Tuesday night at Jack A. Parton Field. This one started a little late thanks to a lengthy rain delay. Once things started, however, there was plenty of excitement as the […]
By Ralphine Major For one entire summer, I walked the route every day on my way to work. I would leave The University of Tennessee campus and head up Cumberland Avenue. As I started up the hill toward Henley Street, I would often cast a glance toward Bradley’s Steak House on the left. I could […]
The Powell Business and Professional Association (PBPA) along with Rural/Metro Corporation, local and corporate sponsors and Powell High School Staff brought Teen Safe Driver Week to Powell High School students last week. The spring months of April, May and June that include prom and graduation have proven to be the deadliest for alcohol-related teen fatalities […]
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By Sarah Baker email@example.com Mayor Madeline Rogero held her first “Night Out” meeting with members of the Mechanicsville community on Tuesday April 10 at Clinton Chapel AME Zion Church. The mayor was just one member of an expert team who was available to hear from and offer encouragement to the residents. Rogero was accompanied by […]
Seymour Breakfast Rotary Club President Bonnie Finchum announces RIDE TO PROVIDE, the club’s 4th annual motorcycle ride. Proceeds from the fund raising activity will benefit the Rotary Club of Infanta in Quezon, Philippines. According to Finchum, there are literally hundreds of malnourished children in this area of Philippines. The Seymour club will provide non-perishable food […]
By David Klein Tia Luneke wanted to play volleyball. That was the goal of her college search. The Karns High School senior has realized that dream of playing volleyball at the next level. She signed Friday afternoon with the Johnson and Wales Wildcats, a small school of 2400 students in Charlotte, North Carolina. Luneke, who […]
By Focus Staff This week’s Focus poll asked registered voters, “In your opinion, should the Knox County Superintendent of Schools be elected by the people or appointed by the school board?” More than 70% of respondents favored an elected Superintendent of Schools; only 28.69% favored the current system where the Board of Education appoints the […]
Here’s a memory for any of you old enough to remember: We had rooster in the chicken yard where the clothesline was. Mom would carry a stick with her because he would try to peck or spur her when she went out for the laundry. He made a delicious Sunday dinner. How many of you […]
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