Kelly Litton and Litton’s restaurant staff wore their Tennessee Orange last week to honor the legendary Tennessee Women’s Basketball Coach, Pat Summit.. Pictured are Teresa, Seth, Brianna, Shawna, Kimmey, Katie, Patti, Catalina, Debbie, Mark and Brandy.
The 3rd Annual Seymour Community Tribute to Veterans Car Show will be held on Saturday, July 9th at Celebration Church, located at 10402 Chapman Highway, Seymour, Tennessee. Admission to the public is free and the hours are 10 a.m. till 2 .pm. Everyone is invited to come enjoy the cars, fun, food, prizes and music. […]
Try out Knoxville Transit with Free Rides Friday By Mike Steely email@example.com If you don’t usually ride the Knoxville City buses or trolleys you may want to step aboard and see what you’ve been missing. While there are lots of parking spaces downtown, the only trouble is finding one. The city is instituting new parking […]
By Steve Hunley Interim School Superintendent Buzz Thomas is off to a good start with his letter to the community. Thomas has hit the right note by clearly indicating he’s cognizant of every stakeholder involved in the school system, which extends beyond teachers, students, and parents. Buzz Thomas even mentioned the taxpayers, a group Jim […]
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By Mike Steely firstname.lastname@example.org “We’ve got about 30 vendors with everything including local tomatoes, sweet corn, beans, okra, cucumbers, squash, zucchini and berries,” said Jeff Cannon. Cannon and his wife, Virginia, host the Dixie Lee Farmers Market every Saturday morning from May to October in the parking lot of the Renaissance Center at Dixie Lee […]
By Ray Hill Theodore Gilmore Bilbo had twice been governor of Mississippi and was engaged in a serious controversy when he proposed to fire one hundred and seventy nine professors and faculty members from the state university system. Bilbo’s plan to move the University of Mississippi from Oxford to Jackson had failed. Governor Bilbo gleefully […]
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By Mark Nagi You couldn’t script it if you tried… A girl from a small town in the middle of Tennessee wins more games than any basketball coach in history… But Pat Summitt was so much more than that. Pat was, simply put, one of the most important people in the history of our state, […]
In addition to tennis, Wallen won post-season honors in football and wrestling.
By Steve Williams Softball standout Samantha Trentham enjoyed a victory of a different kind last week as she went to Mexico on a mission trip. “We have been loving on and witnessing to the children down here and being ‘Jesus with skin on,’ which has kind of become our motto,” e-mailed Trentham, Seymour High’s female […]
FROM WEST HIGH SCHOOL – As a Freshman at West High School, your student has the opportunity to do what so many successful students have done before them, Be Part of the Band! At West High School, we want to make your transition to high school as easy as we can. Band Director, […]
SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE Sale at public auction will be on August 8, 2016 on or about 11:00AM local time, at the North door, Knox County Courthouse, Knoxville, Tennessee, conducted by the Substitute Trustee as identified and set forth herein below, pursuant to Deed of Trust executed by ROBERT K. GALYON AND AMANDA GALYON, […]