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Young Williams Animal Center to Launch ‘Paws for Reading’

Young Williams Animal Center to Launch  ‘Paws for Reading’

By Sally Absher sallyabsher@gmail.com This week we turn our dyslexia awareness focus to Young-Williams Animal Center, and a new program they will be kicking off next month, “Paws for Reading.”…

Mr. Speaker: Henry T. Rainey of Illinois

Mr. Speaker: Henry T. Rainey of Illinois

By Ray Hill   Few modern day Speakers of the U. S. House of Representatives are as little remembered as Henry T. Rainey of Illinois. One reason for that is…

South Knoxville: Lake Forest, Lindbergh Forest

South Knoxville: Lake Forest, Lindbergh Forest

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Two south Knoxville neighborhoods are distinct in creation and in style but share many similarities, such as Chapman Highway frontage and having beautiful homes, well-kept lawns,…

Lady Irish wake up to capture soccer title

Lady Irish wake up to capture soccer title

By Ken Lay Catholic High School’s girls soccer team answered a late wake-up call in time to win the District 4-A/AA Tournament Championship. “We started a little slow and we…

Legal and Public Notices for October 13, 2014

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Peggy Lynn Kesterson Docket Number 75456-2 Notice is hereby given that on the 30th day of September, 2014, letters administration in respect of the Estate…

Blood Moons, Black Hoods

By Dr. Jim Ferguson I’ve never understood some people’s excitement with Halloween.  Some see this pseudo-holiday as the beginning of the Holiday season.  I see this as a marketing ploy…

Divvying Up

By Joe Rector The other day a friend told me that her dad’s house was up for sale and that the hardest part of all was divvying up the contents…

Tennessee football needs Butch Jones to get it right

By Steve Williams Butch Jones is definitely not on the hot seat, but the honeymoon is over. I say that on Friday afternoon, a little over 24 hours before Chattanooga…

Focus on the Law: Railroad Retirement Benefits

By Sharon Frankenberg, Attorney at Law The Federal Railroad Retirement Act was first passed in 1934 in an attempt to address the numerous challenges facing the railroad industry’s private pension…

October is Knox County Dyslexia Awareness Month

By Sally Absher On October 2, Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett, Commissioner Jeff Ownby and affected families joined together to recognize National Dyslexia Month in Knox County. Mayor Burchett presented…