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Nothing more than a baby step for young baseball Vols

By Steve Williams Dave Serrano called Tennessee’s qualifying for the Southeastern Conference baseball tournament this season a “huge step” for the program. I call it a baby step for the…

Remembering our Veterans this Memorial Day

By Ralphine Major The holiday marks a time to honor those who have died serving their country.  A brief look back reminds us of veterans we have lost, though none…

It came in a dream

By Joe Rector Dreams are wonderful things. I admit these days I don’t remember too many of them when I wake up, but every so often, one sticks around through…

Focus on the Law: Orders of protection

By Sharon Frankenberg, Attorney at Law An Order of Protection is a legal document signed by a judge that helps protect you from domestic violence.  To qualify to obtain an…

Public Notice 05-27-14

ANYONE WHO HAS FURNITURE AT KIRKLAND’S FURNITURE REPAIR AT 10718 CHAPMAN HWY, SEYMOUR, TN  CALL HUBERT 865-384-3655, 865-577-0604…

Knoxville Focus for Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Knoxville Focus for Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Click here to view this week’s Focus. School Board budget may not get approved By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com A combined meeting of the Knox County Commission and Board of Education…

Publisher’s Position: Sales Tax Grab Stinks

Publisher’s Position: Sales Tax Grab Stinks

Don’t Let Your Community Get ‘Pond Gapped’ By Steve Hunley Knox County Board of Education member Doug Harris is busy making the rounds promoting the idea of increasing the local…

Our Neighborhoods: MASCOT

Our Neighborhoods: MASCOT

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com It may be the most unique neighborhood in Knox County. Isolated in the eastern corner, separated by distance and the river, Mascot is also separated by…

The Stolen Election of 1894: Governor Peter Turney vs. H. Clay Evans

The Stolen Election of 1894: Governor Peter Turney vs. H. Clay Evans

By Ray Hill Election fraud is nothing new to politics, nor to Tennessee politics, for that matter.  In some states, it was a staple of the election cycle. Charges of…

Baker puts team ahead of herself in girls state track

Baker puts team ahead of herself in girls state track

By Steve Williams Track and field is often thought of as an “individual” sport, but it has “team” players, too. Like Camille Baker of Catholic High. Baker started off Spring…