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Hold City and County Elections at Same Time

Hold City and County Elections at Same Time

By Focus Staff This week’s Knoxville Focus poll posed the question, “In your opinion, in order to reduce costs, should Knoxville City and Knox County elections be held at the…

Publisher’s Position: Rogero should Sunshine meetings with Council members

Publisher’s Position: Rogero should Sunshine meetings with Council members

By Steve Hunley According to information obtained by The Knoxville Focus through a Freedom of Information Act request, on July 17th, from 2:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero met…

Judge Camille Kelley & Miss Georgia Tann

Judge Camille Kelley & Miss Georgia Tann

  By Ray Hill Camille McGee Kelley, judge of the Shelby County Family Court, was a jewel in the crown of the Memphis machine of Edward Hull Crump. At the…

A Fulton runaway on Broadway, 69-14

A Fulton runaway on Broadway, 69-14

By Steve Williams The Battle of North Knoxville is back on again. Fulton started a new chapter in the old rivalry with a record point total. The undefeated Falcons rolled…

Newton Jones Agency, Insurance since 1966

Newton Jones Agency, Insurance since 1966

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com On the wall of the family-owned business is a plaque for independent insurance agencies that pledges personalized service. Since 1966 the Newton Jones Agency at 6712…

Knoxville Focus for September 23, 2013

Knoxville Focus for September 23, 2013

Click here to view this week’s Focus. Sheriff’s Department apprehends burglary suspect Alvin Frye, owner of the Exxon Station on North Broadway, called the Knox County Sheriff’s Office on September…

Focus poll for September 23

Focus poll for September 23

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Marine Outboard Specialties offers topnotch service with a personal touch

Marine Outboard Specialties offers topnotch service with a personal touch

By Focus Staff sales@knoxfocus.com A few years ago, Seymour resident Eric Burnett, who had been in boat sales and repair since 1997, saw the need for a boat service and…

Camille Kelley: ‘The Little Irish Judge’

Camille Kelley: ‘The Little Irish Judge’

By Ray Hill One of the more fascinating, as well as disturbing, stories in Tennessee history is that of Camille Kelley who became Judge of the Memphis Juvenile Court. A…

Mission accomplished: Gibbs 36, Halls 0

Mission accomplished: Gibbs 36, Halls 0

By Steve Williams It was payback time in Corryton. After years and years of being on the other end of the score, Gibbs beat Halls 36-0 in football Friday night…