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Affordable & Unique is more than a name

Affordable & Unique is more than a name

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfcous.com Affordable & Unique Home Accents and MD Interiors is a new business in Powell TN. They are located in the same building at 1904 West Emory…

Green Math and Science Magnet

Green Math and Science Magnet

Community Schools: Part 4 By Sally Absher sallyabsher@knoxfocus.com For our final segment on Community Schools, The Focus visited Green Magnet Academy and met with Community Resource Coordinator Destiny Glover.  Green…

Key Pittman of Nevada

Key Pittman of Nevada

By Ray Hill Colorful characters are as much a part of the old West as tumbleweeds.  Key Pittman was certainly a colorful character.  Pittman caused a stir by using his…

Trojans ends South-Doyle’s magical season

Trojans ends South-Doyle’s magical season

By Ken Lay All good things must come to an end. Thus was the case for South-Doyle’s boys soccer team Wednesday night when the Cherokees saw their magical season come…

Talented youngsters lead Gibbs to District 3-AAA softball title

Talented youngsters lead Gibbs to District 3-AAA softball title

By Steve Williams Youth at the top of its batting order came through for Gibbs High’s softball team in the District 3-AAA tournament finals. The Lady Eagles sent a sophomore…

Legal and Public Notices for May 4, 2015

foreclosure notices   notice of SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE   Sale at public auction will be on June 1, 2015 on or about 11:00AM local time, at the North door, Knox…

Knoxville Focus for May 4, 2015

Knoxville Focus for May 4, 2015

Civil War Sesquicentennial Signature Event Met With Great Success More than 1,000 people attended the 2015 Tennessee Civil War Sesquicentennial Signature Event April 30-May 1 at various historic sites and…

Mayor Rogero keeping the Heartbeat of Knoxville 

Mayor Rogero keeping the Heartbeat of Knoxville 

By Dan Andrews   City of Knoxville Fire Chief Stan Sharp confirmed to The Knoxville Focus that the Mayor’s City budget is proposing to include twenty ‘perfect CPR machines.’ The…

Knox County 7th Graders Spend TCAP Week in Washington, D.C.

Knox County 7th Graders Spend TCAP Week in Washington, D.C.

By Sally Absher When South Knoxville resident Victoria DeFreese had the opportunity to attend the Computers in Libraries 2015 Conference in Washington DC last week, she jumped at the chance.…

Senator Joseph T. Robinson of Arkansas

Senator Joseph T. Robinson of Arkansas

By Ray Hill   Joseph Taylor Robinson was Majority Leader of the United States Senate during the first one hundred days of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s New Deal. Few politicians have…