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Public Notices for March 16, 2015

75 FORECLOSURES SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE Sale at public auction will be on April 27, 2015 on or about 11:00AM local time, at the North door, Knox County Courthouse, Knoxville, Tennessee,…

Looking for James Agee and Alex Haley

Looking for James Agee and Alex Haley

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Ever been surprised by something you didn’t expect but it made you happy to find it? So, I’m watching one of my favorite movies, “The African…

Knoxville Focus for March 16, 2015

Knoxville Focus for March 16, 2015

    Broadway, I-640 plans detailed By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com The Tennessee Department of Transportation has big plans to rework an area of Broadway north of I-640 over the next…

Why the Education Establishment Hates Vouchers

Why the Education Establishment Hates Vouchers

By Steve Hunley The Tennessee School Board Association is busy pedaling an editorial written by the Executive Director of the TSBA for publication all across the state.  The education bureaucrats…

Louisiana’s Kingfish & the Squire of Hyde Park: Huey P. Long and FDR

Louisiana’s Kingfish & the Squire of Hyde Park: Huey P. Long and FDR

By Ray Hill   Two of the most successful politicians of the same era, Huey Pierce Long and Franklin Delano Roosevelt could hardly have been more different.  The handsome, courtly…

At Symmetry, nothing changes but the name

At Symmetry, nothing changes but the name

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Nothing has changed but the name at one of North Knoxville’s most popular salons. Owner  Erin Goode says that the salon at 3501 Tazewell Pike, formerly…

Bulldogs walk their way to victory over Sequoyah

Bulldogs walk their way to victory over Sequoyah

By Ken Lay Bearden High School’s baseball team got off to a fast start Thursday night but had to nab a walk-off victory against Sequoyah. The Bulldogs, who scored six…

Old Time Cold Cures

By Joe Rector Everywhere I go this winter, I run into folks who are wheezing and sniffing and sneezing and coughing. This year seems to have brought with it plenty…

The Love of God

By Rosie Moore When I was ten years old, I was walking down a street in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, when a sweet young lady asked if I would like to go…

JAXSON’S STORY

By Ralphine Major As their two-week old baby was wheeled away to surgery, his parents pondered all that had happened.  In a span of thirty minutes, Rachael and Drew Cope…