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Knoxville Focus for September 8, 2014

Knoxville Focus for September 8, 2014

Click here to view this week’s Focus. Rowe Kicks Off School Board Campaign By Mike Steely steelm@knoxfocus.com Although she has been involved with her community, schools, and volunteering for several…

Publisher’s Position: Populists Versus Elitists

Publisher’s Position: Populists Versus Elitists

By Steve Hunley I can’t help myself, but I have been thoroughly amused by the uproar about the “side” agreement between the superintendent of schools and the Knox County Board…

New BOE takes up Policies, Fees, Taxes and Emergency Vote

New BOE takes up Policies, Fees, Taxes and Emergency Vote

By Sally Absher sallyabsher@gmail.com The Knox County School Board of Education had two back to back meetings last week, with the Sept. 2 Work Session meeting followed by the Sept.…

Catholic Lights up CAK 70-23

Catholic Lights up CAK 70-23

By David Klein A blitzkrieg happened at Christian Academy of Knoxville on Friday night. Only this time, it wasn’t the Warriors doing the blitzing on their home field, but the…

OUR NEIGHBORHOODS: Sharp’s Ridge, Oakwood-Lincoln Park

OUR NEIGHBORHOODS: Sharp’s Ridge, Oakwood-Lincoln Park

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Bet you didn’t know that probably the best view of Knoxville and the Smoky Mountains is from an often forgotten city park high above the city.…

The Triumph and Tragedy of Woodrow Wilson I

The Triumph and Tragedy of Woodrow Wilson I

By Ray Hill Woodrow Wilson was the first Democrat to be reelected to a second consecutive term since Andrew Jackson.  He had campaigned on the slogan, “He Kept Us Out…

Legal and Public Notices for September 2, 2014

75 FORECLOSURES NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEEÕS SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated October 26, 2000, executed…

What’s the forecast for this winter?

“Poor Richard’s Almanac” will give you a versatile idea on the subject of weather. Started by Benjamin Franklin in 1732, it appeared continuously until 1758. It offered a mixture of…

Head and Heart

By Dr. Jim Ferguson Recently, a patient came to me seeking a miracle; and I didn’t have one.  Desperate people often search for a magic medicine or a cure.  I…

An angel among us

By Joe Rector Our lives are sometimes difficult. All of us experience problems, but a few have much harder times than others. That’s when angels appear. Yes, I firmly believe…