First click http://www.musicrow.com/2013/09/2013-musicrow-award-winners-cash-in-during-cma-noms/ then click http://24×7.knoxfocus.com/2013/06/27/an-insider-look-into-the-prestigious-25th-music-row-magazine-awards/ . Bottom line, I told you so! Dan Andrews
Andy, Alison, and The Morning Crew have once again been nominated for a CMA award! Medium market radio personality of the year. The Knoxville Focus sent a reporter cover the CMA Award nominations this morning in anticipation that Knoxville will once again be well represented at the CMA awards in November. Good Luck to […]
Attending city council meetings as a reporter is normally a mundane but a necessary task. However, during the last two city council meetings something special and amazing has occurred. Normal everyday citizens have stepped up to the podium during public forum and with a strictly controlled limited 5 minute window and have literally changed the […]
Karen Carson, the 5th district representative of the school board further added onto her stellar tenure as a representative for the people. While some might debate that her greatest legacy is defeating a ONE TERM incumbent so bad that when the person ran for a volunteer elected position of State Executive Committee voters overwhelmingly rejected […]
I saw Dave Wright tonight at the school board meeting. He confirmed to me that he is not running for a State governmental position at this time. So much like the “Joy McCroskey rumor” that was started a while ago…this rumor also is false. Dan Andrews reporting
At last night’s Karn’s Republican Club meeting, Bobby Waggoner announced he is forming an exploratory committee in consideration of a bid at the Knox County Sheriff’s seat. Should he choose to run of the office, he would square off against incumbent Sheriff J.J. Jones.
Yesterday, I spoke with Anita Lane the General Manager of the Hampton Inn Downtown and she confirmed to me that she is serious about her offer that she originally placed on Twitter. If any commissioner or city council member wants to sunshine a meeting, they can use the Hampton Inn Downtown. With a large open […]
Public forum once again became a major game changer tonight at the city council meeting. At issue was whether to give city streets to the University of Tennessee. Once again, much like the bus shelter situation UT appeared very unprepared. What occurred was one individual who actually works for UT laid out a solid […]