By Mike Steely email@example.com The instant you walk in you know exactly what draws South Knoxville residents to the Korner Market. The aroma of country cooking floats from the kitchen, promising a treat for your taste buds. It’s old fashion breakfast and lunch at its best:, traditional, delicious, and plentiful. Owner and manager Fareed Nasser […]
By Pete Gawda An area a few miles west of Knoxville that was once a peaceful farming community helped usher in the nuclear age. The story of how what is now the City of Oak Ridge came into being and the part it played in the Manhattan Project, which developed the atomic bomb in World […]
By Ray Hill “Keep your eyes on the stars, and your feet on the ground.” – Theodore Roosevelt – Ruth Bryan Owen lived a truly remarkable life; at various times she was an author, filmmaker, lecturer, diplomat and congresswoman. She was also the daughter of one of the most famous men of the age: […]
PHOTO BY STEVE WILLIAMS Chyna Mobley (right) of Cecil Webb Rec Center heads for second place in the girls' (ages 6-8) Sack Race event in the After School Program Track Meet at Austin-East High School last week. Terrilyn Hill of Dr, EV Elite won the race.
By Steve Williams There wasn’t a ball in sight, but the City of Knoxville’s After School Program Track Meet offered plenty of athletic competition Wednesday, May 10, at Austin-East High School. Boys and girls ages 6 to 14 from nine different recreation centers came together to compete in sprint races and relays, the long jump, […]
PHOTO BY STEVE WILLIAMS Josh Kerr calls the signals behind the center in a spring drill at Union County High Tuesday, May 9. The former Clinton High head coach will be the offensive coordinator on his dad's coaching staff this coming fall.
‘A chance to do something special,’ says son Josh Kerr By Steve Williams Back surgery didn’t keep Coach Larry Kerr from being with his new football team at the start of spring practice. Kerr used a John Deere Gator to make it easier for him to get around on the field at Union County […]
PK Hope Is Alive, your local Knoxville, Oak Ridge Parkinson Support Group, would like to thank everyone for walking, donating and supporting the 6th annual Parkinson’s Unity Walk held Saturday, April 15th at Bissell Park in Oak Ridge. The Walk was very successful and 100% of all donations will go to research funding for the six major […]
At Large Commissioners Ed Brantley and Bob Thomas will be at Life House Coffee, 7545 Brickyard Road, Thursday, May 17 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. to meet the people of the Powell community and listen to their concerns. Ed and Bob feel that going out to the citizens eases the strain on those who, […]
Tennessee’s on-farm summer camps give children the opportunity to trade class rooms and daycare walls for open pastures and barn stalls. Pick Tennessee Products, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s program to connect consumers to farmers, lists farms with summer camps geared to a variety of age groups and interests. Parents often struggle to find […]
Tennessee’s upcoming tourism events are brimming with famous events like the Iroquois Steeplechase in Nashville, Memphis in May World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest in Memphis, Bloomin’ Barbeque & Bluegrass in Sevierville and the International Biscuit Festival in Knoxville, a great way to ease into a summer Made in Tennessee. For a complete list of events, visit […]
A free MS Word 2013 class will be held at The Knoxville Area Urban League, 1514 E 5th Avenue, Tuesday and Thursday, May 16 and 18 from 8:30 a.m.- noon. Learn and/or upgrade your word processing skills for job search, work or personal use. Taught by Pellissippi State instructors, class size is limited and registration required. Call […]