City to Host 8th Annual Teen Step Show

On Saturday, March 9th, 2013, at 7 p.m., the City of Knoxville will host the 8th Annual Dr. E.V. Davidson Teen Step Show at the Knoxville Civic Auditorium. Every year teens from Tennessee and surrounding states showcase their moves in an entertaining competition for the chance to take home cash prizes. Last year, this much-anticipated […]

Three Vols On College Hall Of Fame Ballot

Three former Vols are on the ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame as announced by the National Football Foundation on Tuesday. Defensive back Bobby Majors, linebacker Paul Naumoff and linebacker Jackie Walker are among 77 players on the ballot. Bobby Majors, Tennessee-Defensive Back – 1971 unanimous First Team All-America… Led Vols to wins […]

Community Forum Meeting on School System Budget Thursday

Dr. Jim McIntyre, Superintendent of the Knox County Schools, will host a Community Forum on Thursday, March 7 at 6 p.m. in the library at Fulton High School. The Community Forum will provide attendees with an update on student performance, as well as a discussion regarding the relationship between student achievement and investment of resources. […]

Multimedia writer to appear at March KWG meeting

T Cooper will read and discuss his latest book, “Real Man Adventures,” at the Knoxville Writers’ Guild’s Thursday, March 7 meeting.   The event, which will be open to the public, begins at 7 p.m., at the Laurel Theater, at the corner of Laurel Avenue and 16th Street in Fort Sanders. A $2 donation is […]

Fulton State Championship Celebration Tonight

Fulton High School will hold its State Football Championship Celebration and Ring Presentation on Tuesday night, March 5, at 7 p.m. in the Fulton Auditorium. The ceremony will include a viewing of the highlight film, team and individual awards, and the presentation of the championship rings. The public is welcome to attend. For more information, […]

The Doctor Is In: Winter Itch

By Dr. Jim Ferguson If you’ve got an itch, you’ve got to scratch it; but should you?  To borrow from the Bard, “To scratch, or not to scratch; that is the question.”  Maybe I’m focused on skin lately because my own nose is so red and painful.  Recently, my dermatologist prescribed a topical chemotherapy agent […]

Making Plans for Murfreesboro—Again

By Ralphine Major The 1964-65 Gibbs High School boys’ basketball team was having an exciting year.  Since their win over Livingston Academy before Christmas, they played six more games in January.  The team from the smallest school in the county was still undefeated.  Bob Dagley, Coach of the Eagles, got another call from the Murfreesboro […]

All-out effort has made Skylar McBee a joy to watch

By Steve Williams I don’t know about you, but I’m gonna miss Skylar McBee. Oh sure, there have been many better University of Tennessee basketball players over the years, but no one has competed any harder than McBee, who is scheduled to play his last home game this coming Saturday when Tennessee hosts Missouri in […]