By Mike Steely firstname.lastname@example.org When The Knoxville History Project and Jack Neely announced Neely would talk about the history of Bearden, no one expected a huge response. But by last Tuesday, the Project was telling people that the room at the Knoxville Parks and Recreation Office building was full and promising future sessions on the […]
PHOTO BY LEXIE GILLAND Fulton High's Aaron Winebarger performs a solo at halftime of the Falcons' game at Karns Friday night.
By Steve Williams Knoxville Catholic’s football team has come up short in two high-profile games this season, but will get another chance Friday night when it hosts the No. 1 rated team in the state. Perennial powerhouse Brentwood Academy will come to town with the distinction of being the state’s top team counting all classifications. […]
By Ray Hill Ross Bass, for ten years a congressman from Tennessee’s Sixth District and U. S. senator for two years, was seeking to return to Congress in 1976. Bass had earlier announced he was done with politics after a disappointing defeat in 1974 for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination. Perhaps no politician in Tennessee’s history […]
By Ken Lay Bearden High School’s soccer field has a new name. It is now Turner-Allender Field. The school honored longtime soccer coach Eric Turner during halftime of the Lady Bulldogs 3-0 victory over Morristown West Tuesday night. Turner, who coached both the boys and girls teams at Bearden until 2014, when he retired after […]
PHOTO BY BY LUTHER SIMMONS Hardin Valley's Mandy Prescott makes a play at the net in the Lady Hawks' second win of the season over rival Farragut.
By Steve Williams Mitzi McCurry, head coach of Hardin Valley Academy’s talented volleyball team, knows puzzles can turn into pretty pictures. And for Coach McCurry and her players, what would be prettier than a picture of the Lady Hawks hoisting the Class AAA state championship trophy at the TSSAA tournament in October? Just close your […]
Music, crafts and storytelling to celebrate namesake of Cordell Hull Birthplace State Park After several years, Cordell Hull Birthplace State Park is bringing back its namesake festival – Cordell Hull Day – on Saturday, Sept. 30. Guests are invited to enjoy free craft demonstrations, traditional music and dancing, and theatrical and historical storytelling at […]
The latest lab report has confirmed the presence of West Nile virus (WNV) in Culex mosquitoes in the Gibbs area of North Knox County. In addition, a bird in the Fountain City area of North Knoxville has tested positive for WNV. Following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) protocol, the Knox County Health Department […]
October 11 from 6-9 p.m. at The Laurel Theater As part of its community service and education programs, Jubilee Community Arts is offering a workshop which will provide an introduction to audio setup, equipment, and mixing for concerts. Designed for musicians and volunteers interested in a basic introduction to live sound mixing, this workshop […]
When: Friday, Sept. 15, 2017 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Where: John Tarleton Park, 3201 Division Street Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett will host the 11th Annual Senior Appreciation Picnic on Friday, Sept. 15 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at John Tarleton Park. The picnic will include lunch, live music […]
Are space and time intertwined? Is light a particle or a wave? What are the building blocks of the universe? UT’s Department of Physics and Astronomy hopes to address some of these questions in Physics for Everyone, a fall public lecture series that debuts at 11 a.m. Saturday. “We invite the public to come to campus to hear […]