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Focus Poll for July 1

Focus Poll for July 1

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Tennova discusses neighborhood concerns

Tennova discusses neighborhood concerns

By Tasha Mahurin Tasha@knoxfocus.com When Tennova Healthcare announced earlier this year that it had secured an option to buy 110 acres off Middlebrook Pike near Old Weisgarber Road, it was…

Hummingbird Festival Offers Close-up View of Hummingbirds

Hummingbird Festival Offers Close-up View of Hummingbirds

By Vickie Henderson The Ruby-throated hummingbird weighs only about 1/10th of an ounce, and has a brain approximately the size of a BB. Yet, hummingbirds are considered masters of navigation,…

A YEAR TO REMEMBER: Lewis played key role in putting Seymour softball on map

A YEAR TO REMEMBER: Lewis played key role in putting Seymour softball on map

By Steve Williams For Seymour High School’s softball team, the third time at the state tournament was not the charm. The 2013 season did not have a storybook ending. But…

Leviathan

By Dr. Jim Ferguson A song by Kathy Mattea resonates with me this week because I’m “home alone.”  Mattea described the lifelong relationship of Claire and Edwin, whose byline was,…

Eric Berry Maintains His Tennessee Connection

By Alex Norman On a beautiful late spring weekend, around 125 kids showed up at Grace Christian Academy for the Eric Berry D1 Iron Sharpens Iron Football Camp. For Berry,…

Another generation of Mynatt Brothers

By Ralphine Major ralphine3@yahoo.com It is a common name in the Halls Community–Mynatt Road, Mynatt Cemetery, Mynatt Funeral Home, and Mynatt’s Furniture. There is another set of Mynatt Brothers with…

Why aren’t comics funny any more?

By Rosie Moore When I was eight years old a classmate of mine talked me into going to Woolworth’s 5 & 10 cent store “just to look around.” We came…

Something Above and Outside Ourselves

By Joe Rector joerector@comcast.net I’ve tried to write this piece a couple of times but found it almost impossible. The key is to put it on paper without sounding preachy…

FOCUS ON THE LAW: Supremacy Clause

Last week I heard someone complain that our state legislators just don’t understand the Supremacy Clause.  If that statement is true, I am sure they are not the only ones…