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Knoxville Focus for February 24, 2014

Knoxville Focus for February 24, 2014

Click here to view this week’s Knoxville Focus. New AP Classes bring Opportunities for Central High School By David Klein A huge opportunity now exists for high school students in…

Focus poll for February 23. 2014

Focus poll for February 23. 2014

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Our Neighborhoods: Clinton Highway, Norwood and Powell

Our Neighborhoods: Clinton Highway, Norwood and Powell

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com CLinton highway Whether you call the road “Clinton Highway” or “U.S. Highway 25W,” the four-lane road between the I-75 and I-640 interchange and Emory Road was…

The Greatest Campaigner of Them All: Senator Estes Kefauver, Part Seven

The Greatest Campaigner of Them All: Senator Estes Kefauver, Part Seven

  By Ray Hill Aside from the dislike he endured from his senior colleague, K. D. McKellar, Estes Kefauver’s first few years in the United States Senate were reasonably pleasant.…

West Valley culminates perfect conference run with tourney title

West Valley culminates perfect conference run with tourney title

By Ken Lay A perfect Knox County Middle School Basketball Conference run was culminated with a James A. Ivey Jr. Memorial Middle School Tournament Championship for the West Valley Middle…

Panthers turn to veteran coach John Allen to bring stability to the Powell Football Program

Panthers turn to veteran coach John Allen to bring stability to the Powell Football Program

By Bill Mynatt, Radio Voice of Powell Panther Football on AM 620 WRJZ powellfootballradiovoice@yahoo.com   In early December of 2011, it looked like the Powell Panther football program had ascended…

A ‘Staycation’ at Blount Mansion

By Mike Steely We’ve had a weird winter and it seems it is ice and snow every other week with very little sun and warmth in between. It’s a good…

Standing Tall on the Court (Part VI): Life on the farm

By Ralphine Major He scored over 2,000 points in both his high school and college careers.  He became a college All-American and was later named to Carson-Newman’s Team of the…

Inequality

By Dr. Jim Ferguson When I started my sabbatical a friend advised me to be careful and not provoke my wife.  I assured her that a married man north of…

Carter Hornets are state’s top-scoring basketball team

By Steve Williams The old saying in sports about “offense sells tickets and defense wins championships” comes to mind when considering what Carter High School’s boys basketball team has done…