By Sally Absher KCS Superintendent Jim McIntyre presented an ambitious set of preliminary budgets at last Wednesday’s Board of Education Meeting. Included for discussion were the preliminary FY 2017 General Purpose Budget, Capital Improvement Plan, the Plan for Spending Accumulated Capital Savings, and the School Nutrition Fund Budget. According to the 2015 MOU between the […]
By Dr. Jim Ferguson I’m a science fiction fan, and one of the classics is Frank Herbert’s novel “Dune.” It’s a tome of a book, but there’s an abbreviated movie version that remains true to the story. A pivotal scene occurs when the protagonist, Paul, awakens to discover who he is and cries heavenward, “Father, […]
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‘One Hand Touches the Other’ By Ralphine Major firstname.lastname@example.org “One hand touches the other” — It was something her grandmother always said, but she did not understand what it meant back then. Now she does. Donna Smith, who works for the Tennova Breast Center, thinks of her grandmother’s quote often as the Center ministers to […]
By Mike Steely email@example.com It has been said that if it wasn’t for Tennessee there would be no Texas. That saying refers to the influx of people from our state to what was then the northern territory of Mexico and the number of those people who promoted and fought the Texas Revolution. East Texas even […]
By Mike Steely firstname.lastname@example.org The city’s two-year pilot project to allow and regulate food trucks is on the way to becoming an official ordinance and, overall, the trial program has been very successful. But the Community Forum has some hard questions about parts of the proposed rules. The ordinance discussion is on the city council […]
By Ray Hill Tennessee, like every other state in the union, had been devastated by the Great Depression. The suffering in Tennessee was accentuated by the fact almost seven million dollars in state money had been lost when Caldwell and Company, one of the largest banking enterprises in the South, collapsed. That had caused Governor […]
Photo By Dan Andrews Commissioner Mike Brown being interviewed by Mike Steely. The retiring commissioner and community leader says he has lots to keep him busy after he leaves the commission.
By Mike Steely email@example.com Mike Brown is known as being the “bulldog” of the Knox County Commission due to his eight years of speaking his mind as commissioner. His words are often colored with unique, descriptive and folksy phrasing that gets his point across. “I believe in telling it like it is,” Brown told The […]
Fulton Falcons hoist the gold basketball trophy after pulling away from Chattanooga Brainerd 59-50 in the TSSAA Class AA state championship game at MTSU in Murfreesboro on March 19.
By Steve Williams Fulton’s basketball team built a comfortable first-half lead in the TSSAA Class AA state championship game, but veteran head coach Jody Wright knew his Falcons had to keep working. “Brainerd is the type of team you can’t relax against,” Wright told a state-wide television audience on his way to the dressing room […]
By David Klein Gridiron. Hardwood. Diamond. High school athletes have been making names for themselves on these playing fields for years. Add lakes to that. Bassmaster Magazine, the bible of bass fisherman, named 18-year old Karns High School senior Jake Lee, a Bassmaster’s 2015 All-American last year. Karns High School had a ceremony on Monday, […]