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Publisher’s Position: School Board Needs Change

Publisher’s Position: School Board Needs Change

By Steve Hunley Tomorrow the people of Knox County will cast their ballots for virtually every office in local government. The decisions made by the voters will affect us for…

Carol Zachary Mitchell gets 700th win

Carol Zachary Mitchell gets 700th win

By Steve Williams Gibbs High School’s 7-1 softball victory over Clinton Friday night ended with an asterisk, footnote and fireworks. Just the latest special game for the softball powerhouse and…

Our Neighborhoods: Downtown Knoxville 2

Our Neighborhoods: Downtown Knoxville 2

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com This week we take a second look at downtown Knoxville, everyone’s central core in Knox County. It’s part of our continuing series about “Our Neighborhoods” and…

Six Lady Eagles sign lacrosse scholarships

Six Lady Eagles sign lacrosse scholarships

By Ken Lay SEYMOUR—Patrick Doyle couldn’t be prouder of his Seymour High School girls lacrosse team. “Seymour players have become very attractive to coaches in this region,” Doyle said after…

Vols Hire Donnie Tyndall as New Men’s Basketball Coach

By Alex Norman A week after Cuonzo Martin resigned, Tennessee hired Donnie Tyndall as the 19th men’s basketball coach in program history. “I’m humbled to be your coach,” said Tyndall…

And now, it’s basketball time in Tyndallsee

By Steve Williams It’s so interesting how fast the dominoes can fall. Auburn snatched up Bruce Pearl before Tennessee could have if it wanted. Cuonzo Martin left for the calmer…

The Watchman

By Dr. Jim Ferguson Some days it’s easier to write than others. Today it’s tough because I have lots of things to do on this gorgeous spring afternoon. Murphey’s Law…

Odds and Ends

By Rosie Moore I can tell I’m really “getting up there” when I can’t remember my great-grandchildren’s ages. In a column a few weeks ago, I said one of them…

‘A God-called leader must learn before he can lead’ (Part 3)

By Ralphine Major The Memphis native who is an avid Elvis fan, once wore long hair, and still plays the guitar does not seem like a description of someone who…

Senior Pranks

By Joe Rector In the next couple of weeks, high school seniors will graduate and turn their sights on future pursuits. However, before they leave their schools, many will attempt…