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By Ken Lay The teams have battled for 11 weeks and now the best remain in the chase for State Championships. And those squads will be in the mix to crown State Champions in each of the TSSAA’s eight classifications. Action begins Friday night for most teams in a win-or-go-home format. Two area teams will […]
By Ray Hill Matthew Mansfield Neely may be the most resilient politician in our nation’s history. Perhaps the only person in recorded history who made a better comeback than Neely was Lazarus and while Lazarus came back from the dead only once, Neely came back from political death repeatedly. M. M. Neely was born November […]
By Sarah Baker firstname.lastname@example.org First Baptist Church of Knoxville recently welcomed Pam Neal as their new Minister of Administration. Proverbs 3:6 promises that if we acknowledge the Lord in all our ways, he will direct our path. Pam Neal is confident that the Lord has directed her path and called her to her new ministry. […]
While the rest of the nation celebrated Food Day on October 24, Knoxville and Knox County celebrated a full Week of Food, October 22 to October 26, 2012. The Knoxville-Knox County Week of Food brought together partners from across the community to move toward healthy, affordable and sustainable food. The goal was to celebrate local […]
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By Focus Staff Knox Countians have definitive opinions as to who won the most recent presidential debate. More than 500 likely voters in Knox County were asked the question, “The most recent presidential debate was held at Hofstra University and was in the form of a town hall. In your opinion, who do you think […]
By Tasha Mahurin email@example.com Ballot Question for Proposed Amendment 1: Shall Article VII of the Knox County Charter, entitled “Pensions”, be amended to: (1.) close the present Uniformed Officers Pension Plan to new participants, effective December 31, 2012; and (2.) direct the Knox County Retirement and Pension Board to recommend for approval by the Knox […]
By Ray Hill On January 29, 1952, Kenneth McKellar celebrated his eighty-third birthday. He had served as Tennessee’s United States Senator for quite nearly thirty-six years after almost six years spent in the House of Representatives. McKellar was photographed by the Nashville Banner being fed a piece of cake by one of his secretaries […]
By Tasha Mahurin firstname.lastname@example.org Seymour First Baptist Church, located at 11621 Chapman Highway, will host the internationally known TEAM IMPACT on October 24-28. Team Impact features some of the strongest men on the planet and will demonstrate astounding feats of strength, such as shattering five feet of concrete with one blow from their massive arms […]