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Publisher’s Position: Doug ‘High Tax’ Harris, The Spinman

Publisher’s Position: Doug ‘High Tax’ Harris, The Spinman

By Steve Hunley If the WBIR Inside Tennessee segment that aired on November 23 is any indication, the school system could save a lot of money by eliminating their entire…

In This Corner… Senator McKellar Slaps Publisher

In This Corner… Senator McKellar Slaps Publisher

By Ray Hill Tennessee’s senior United States senator, Kenneth D. McKellar, was well known for having a volatile temper and had won a well-deserved reputation as a feudist.  It was…

Honoring our veterans and giving thanks

Honoring our veterans and giving thanks

It was a beautiful sight—the entrance lined with American flags blowing in a crisp November breeze.  We followed the flags to the event:  the University General Dentists’ (UGD) 5th Annual…

The Everly Brothers in Knoxville

The Everly Brothers in Knoxville

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Something special may be coming to honor the Everly Brothers and their time here in Knoxville. Details are being worked out, and glitches are being addressed,…

Indians start fast, topple Cherokees 78-63

Indians start fast, topple Cherokees 78-63

By Ken Lay South-Doyle High School’s boys basketball team finally had a full roster for its game on Monday, Nov. 24. That was the good news. But the Cherokees, who…

Life’s Guidelines

By Dr. Jim Ferguson   Some things never change.  Even though I left my traditional medical practice at the end of 2013, I still do yearly physicals on patients in…

The Danger of Athlete Worship

By Alex Norman By many accounts, Tennessee senior linebacker A.J. Johnson is a team leader and a beloved comrade for the Vols. He is also being investigating for an inexcusable…

The Old Places Are Gone

By Joe Rector We Baby Boomers continue to age, some of us gracefully, some of us kicking and screaming. Either way, the years click by, and most of us at…

A Special Little Boy

By Ralphine Major “He has a contagious smile and laugh,” she said.  “He is always happy.”  Sounds like a typical three-year-old, but the life of this special needs child has…

Give thanks for little things

By Rosie Moore Some of the things I’m thankful for may seem weird to a few of my readers but bear with me. Perhaps you may have a similar reason to…