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Dr. Hess speaks to Civil War Roundtable

Dr. Hess speaks to Civil War Roundtable

By Dan Andrews andrewsd@knoxfocus.com The monthly meeting takes place at the Bearden Banquet Hall. However, the learning experience rivals the best lecture halls in all of academia. The Knoxville Civil…

OUR NEIGHBORHOODS: James White Fort

OUR NEIGHBORHOODS: James White Fort

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com   It is rare that any structure from the early settlement of Knox County still stands today. A few have, such as the Blount Mansion and…

The Triumph and Tragedy of Woodrow Wilson II

The Triumph and Tragedy of Woodrow Wilson II

By Ray Hill Woodrow Wilson returned to America to face a hostile Republican Congress and a people tired of the war. Wilson believed if he could reach the American people,…

Willis commits to Tusculum College

Willis commits to Tusculum College

By Ken Lay Andrew Willis will soon begin his final season with the Gibbs High School team. He’ll do it with a huge weight off his shoulders. The Eagles’ senior…

Cherokees get road win over Hawks

Cherokees get road win over Hawks

10th ranked South-Doyle improves to 3-0 on the season By Bill Mynatt, Radio Voice of South-Doyle football on AM 620 WRJZ CherokeeRadioVoice@frontier.com Respect.  That’s something that the South-Doyle Cherokee football…

Legal and Public Notices for 090814

75 FORECLOSURES SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE Sale at public auction will be on September 22, 2014 on or about 11:00AM local time, at the North door, Knox County Courthouse, Knoxville, Tennessee,…

The Search

By Dr. Jim Ferguson I am not musically gifted, though I fancy that I sing “well” in the shower.  I hum along or sing by ear, not by training.  It’s…

Leaves of Grass

By Rosie Moore I hear the men outside mowing my lawn. They come here three times a month, one with the mower, and one with a weed-whacker. As I watched…

Tennessee Ernie Ford’s Bristol Home

By Mike Steely Aside from Dolly Parton, there may be no better known Tennessean than a Bristol native. Even people who are not country music fans know of “Tennessee Ernie…

First two battles between Sooners and Volunteers were classics

By Steve Williams Although it’s been nearly a half of a century since the two have collided, Oklahoma and Tennessee do share a brief but exciting history in football. The…