Community crowd sourcing an article for the Rebels!

The Rebels have a very loyal dedicated core. I have covered multiple games. But, I want to go further. A member of the Rebel community has made a very compelling discussion that maybe I am underestimating the passion of the fan base.Blowout games being part of the reason.  So to the Rebel community. I am […]

Fulton runs hot in 51-14 win over Catholic

By Steve Williams The freezing temperatures didn’t bother Rob Black during the game. “I guess it was because of my adrenalin,” said the Fulton High head football coach, who started feeling the effects of the cold as he left the field and headed inside. The overall play of his team probably had something to do […]

More points then fans and fans that make a point!

  “Take advantage of every minute, every second, every opportunity you have on this magic ride. You never know when it will end. You also never know if you will ever have this experience in your lifetime again.” Those are the words my good friend John Duncan 3rd, gave to me when I spoke to […]

Volunteer Knoxville Recruiting for the KaBOOM! Playground Build for The Muse of Knoxville

Volunteer Knoxville is helping the Muse of Knoxville recruit more than 200 volunteers to help build a KaBOOM! Playground in Chilhowee Park.   Volunteers are needed on Wednesday, November 12, and Thursday, November 13, to prep the playground site. On Friday, November 14, the project will need 175 volunteers for the playground build. Within those […]

Knox Area Rescue Ministries to Honor Homeless Veterans

On Veteran’s Day, Tuesday, November 11th, Knox Area Rescue Ministries will host its annual Veteran’s Day dinner and recognition service to honor homeless veterans in the Knoxville area.   A special evening meal will be served, beginning at 4:30 p.m.  The veterans will be served by numerous KARM volunteers and by members of the Knox […]

Knoxville Bar Association Offers FREE LawTalk Program

WHAT IS LAWTALK? As a public service, the Knoxville Bar Association presents a series of LawTalk programs to help create better-informed citizens who understand what is involved in estate planning and administration.  The LawTalk series are free educational programs which offer the community an opportunity to learn more about planning for their own security and […]

Fifth Third Bank/Rebuilding Together Home Rebuild Project

Each year as Veterans Day approaches, I look forward to covering one event more than any other. The”Fifth Third Bank /Rebuild Project.”  What makes this event, so special is how many volunteers come together for one day to make a lifetime of difference. People from all walks of life, bankers, politicians, construction workers, and many […]

Knoxville Focus for November 10, 2014

Another School System Scandal By Sally Absher Last Wednesday during the regular KCS BOE meeting, Amber Rountree initiated a request for an external forensic audit of the Knox County Schools credit cards. Rountree made the request after seeing media reports detailing the termination of Roger Underwood, the district’s accounts payable supervisor. Underwood admitted to […]

The Veterans in Our Neighborhoods

By Mike Steely Many of our veterans and their families lining up for the Veterans Day Parade tomorrow may know of the various services available to them in Knox County but many may not realize the sheer volume of services, agencies, and benefits available. Surviving veterans and their families may choose from a variety […]