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Sound the vuvuzelas! Get ready for another 2-1 match

By Steve Williams For years we’ve heard many American sports fans say soccer isn’t exciting enough. “Not enough scoring,” they say when the World Cup rolls around every four years.…

Knoxville Focus for June 23, 2014

Knoxville Focus for June 23, 2014

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Veterans reunite on anniversary of Korean invasion

Veterans reunite on anniversary of Korean invasion

Korean War military veterans of East Tennessee will hold their annual reunion luncheon Wednesday, June 25th at noon at the Golden Corral restaurant at 6612 Clinton Highway, in the Crowne…

Edward Hull Crump: The Boss, Part III

Edward Hull Crump: The Boss, Part III

By Ray Hill Henry Horton had won reelection as governor in 1930, but within days the landscape of Tennessee politics was forever altered.  Both Horton and his closest political adviser…

Rollins takes unselfish path to success at South-Doyle

Rollins takes unselfish path to success at South-Doyle

By Steve Williams Brody Rollins has been a three-sport athlete at South-Doyle throughout his high school career, but with just one year to go and having a goal of earning…

Karns Gold Smith’s

Karns Gold Smith’s

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Jamie Smith is surrounded by family in his Gold Smiths store at 7811 Oak Ridge Highway in Karns. His dad and mom, Mickey and Faye, help…

Kitts Café is good food, family

Kitts Café is good food, family

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com It’s one of those places that is a favorite of local people. About 70% of those who cometo the restaurant are repeat customers who come for…

Legal and Public Notices for June 16, 2014

  WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated November 3, 2009, executed by JOHN CISNEROS AND NORMA MIREYA…

Hepatology

By Dr. Jim Ferguson I used to like liver and onions; at least until I worked at an inner city hospital during my internal medicine training.  I’ve seen some bad…

Rosie’s World: In the midst of a storm

We’ve been having  quite a few “pop-up” storms lately. I take “pop-up” to mean a storm can happen any time, any where, quite unbeknown to us. Never heard of that…