Chattanooga Chuck’s Official 2016 Groundhog Day Forecast 

Chattanooga Chuck’s Official 2016 Groundhog Day Forecast 

Groundhog Day is here again. What a crazy weather year it’s been! We saw springtime temps on New Year’s Day. But since then snow’s come through our way. It makes one wonder, “What’s a groundhog to do?” With temperature patterns so askew. I’ve spoken with tree frogs, fishes and more, (You know there’s more than one […]

CITY ACCEPTING COMMUNITY AGENCY GRANT APPLICATIONS

CITY ACCEPTING COMMUNITY AGENCY GRANT APPLICATIONS

  The City of Knoxville is currently accepting applications from non-profit organizations interested in obtaining a City Community Agency Grant (CAG) for Fiscal Year 2016-17, which begins on July 1, 2016. The deadline for filing an application is 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 26, 2016. The City will not consider any application received after that time. […]

Haslam: State Of Our State Is One Of Unique Opportunity

Haslam: State Of Our State Is One Of Unique Opportunity

Budget proposal makes the largest K-12 investment without a tax increase in state history Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam tonight delivered his 2016 State of the State and Budget Address before a joint session of the 109th General Assembly, unveiling a balanced $34.8 billion proposal that makes the largest investment in K-12 education without a tax […]

Knights upset Ice Dawgs in season finale

Knights upset Ice Dawgs in season finale

  Photo by Dan Andrews. Farragut’s Corey Lindsay puts the puck past Knoxville Warriors goaltender Josh Creed (31) in the Admirals’ 6-0 win Thursday at the Icearium. By Ken Lay The Knoxville Knights hockey club darted to an early lead Thursday night. The Knights never trailed and went on to upset the Bearden Ice Dawgs in […]

‘Discover Earth: Our Changing Planet’ Traveling Exhibition coming to Blount County Public Library

‘Discover Earth: Our Changing Planet’ Traveling Exhibition coming to Blount County Public Library

  MARYVILLE, TN    The National Park Service is celebrating its centennial this year, so to kick off the Discover Earth: Our Changing Planet exhibition, at the Blount County Public Library, Park Ranger, Mike Maslona, will discuss “The National Park Service – 100 Years!” Park Ranger Maslona will share information about the history and purpose […]

KCHD’s next Diabetes Management Series starts Thursday

Classes are free and open to the public   The Knox County Health Department (KCHD) offers a free Diabetes Management Series several times a year to help those affected by the disease. The next four-part series takes place on Thursdays, Feb. 4, 11, 18 and 25 from 12 to 1 p.m. in the KCHD auditorium, […]

The Knoxville Focus for February 1, 2016

The Knoxville Focus for February 1, 2016

Candidate forum draws crowd By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com The Knox County Commission candidate forum Thursday evening at the Emporium on Gay Street drew a sizable crowd to hear those people with primary opposition speak. Candidates with no opposition in their Republican or Democratic Primary did not appear. The event, sponsored by the League of Women […]

Establishment Politics

Establishment Politics

  By Steve Hunley If you ever want to know what the business elite and political establishment think, simply read the News Sentinel.  The Chamber of Commerce types, business elite and powers that be are waging a furious assault to drive Knox County Law Director Richard “Bud” Armstrong out of office.  They’ve tried several different […]

Revisiting Bearden

Revisiting Bearden

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com If you are new to Knoxville you’ve probably familiar with Cumberland Avenue and Kingston Pike, the one-in-the-same street that runs from downtown all the way to Farragut and on to Loudon County. Driving west from downtown, past the churches and stately homes in the Sequoyah Hills  neighborhood, you’ll enter Bearden as […]

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