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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…

KCS Board Discusses Year Round School

The main item on the agenda for the Board’s November mid-month meeting last week was a preliminary discussion of the school system moving to a year-round schedule, which is now…

Carrying handguns

By Sharon Frankenberg, Attorney at Law Article I, Section 26 of the Tennessee Constitution provides:  “That the citizens of this State have a right to keep and bear arms for…

Update on KCS Audits, Special Investigations

By Sally Absher sallyabsher@knoxfocus.com At last week’s mid-month Board of Education work session, Dr. McIntyre updated the board on the situation regarding KCS food services and accounts payable departments that…

Legal & Public Notices for November 24, 2014

Knoxville Focus for November 24, 2014

Knoxville Focus for November 24, 2014

S-D Cadet Receives Bronze Cross Award On November 20, South-Doyle High School Army Junior ROTC Senior Cadet Jacob S. Hale was presented with the Legion of Valor Bronze Cross Award…

Rebels close strong, move on to semis with a 34-14 win over South-Doyle

Rebels close strong, move on to semis with a 34-14 win over South-Doyle

West will travel to Rhea County on Friday By Bill Mynatt, Radio Voice of South-Doyle Cherokee football on AM 620 WRJZ CherokeeRadioVoice@frontier.com After losing by a single point to Henry…

Fulton Relies on Quick Scores to Beat Sullivan South

Fulton Relies on Quick Scores to Beat Sullivan South

By David Klein The Fulton Falcons spotted the Sullivan South Rebels a brief 7-6 lead Friday night at Fulton, but it didn’t last long. Fulton reeled off 43 straight points…

‘Mr. Speaker:’ John McCormack of Massachusetts

‘Mr. Speaker:’ John McCormack of Massachusetts

By Ray Hill   “I have no hesitancy in insisting that Government in an emergency do everything that can reasonably be done to relieve human suffering and distress.” That was…