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The Office On Aging Offers Much for Seniors Part One

The Office On Aging Offers Much for Seniors Part One

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com The Community Action Committee offers many, many programs to the citizens of Knoxville, including those handled within the Office On Aging.  The programs are so numerous…

Congressman John J. Duncan

Congressman John J. Duncan

By Ray Hill   For two decades there was no politician in the Second Congressional district more popular than John James Duncan. John Duncan had hitchhiked to Knoxville with five…

Fee perseveres and ends career on top

Fee perseveres and ends career on top

By Ken Lay Tanner Fee recently concluded a stellar and magical high school baseball career. He and others led Grace Christian Academy to a Class A State Championship. Fee, who…

Buyer being sought for Old South High School

Buyer being sought for Old South High School

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com After years of sitting abandoned the fate of Old South High School looks brighter. Thursday the city held a public input session on the future of…

Legal and Public Notices for July 20, 2015

NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE   WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated March 5, 2009, executed by…

Knoxville Focus for July 20, 2015

Knoxville Focus for July 20, 2015

Missing Fort Adair Historic Marker located   By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Fountain City, like many neighborhoods in Knoxville, is growing. Growth means changes and sometimes those changes, although welcomed, destroy…

Area Eagle Scout gives Fountain City Park a face lift

Area Eagle Scout gives  Fountain City Park a face lift

By Ken Lay Fountain City Park got a bit of a much needed face lift, courtesy of an area Eagle Scout candidate recently. Nicholas West, an 18-year old Halls resident…

‘Hillbilly Bill:’ Congressman J. Will Taylor

‘Hillbilly Bill:’ Congressman J. Will Taylor

By Ray Hill   For twenty years, James Willis Taylor was the Congressman from Tennessee’s Second Congressional district. J. Will Taylor, popularly known to many of his constituents as “Hillbilly…

Karns coach recalls Morristown’s season in Little League spotlight

Karns coach recalls Morristown’s season in Little League spotlight

  By Steve Williams Ron Eller remembers when Morristown made it all the way to the Little League Baseball World Series in 1985. “That team played the year after me,”…

Piddle Diddle has Arrived!

Piddle Diddle has Arrived!

By Ralphine Major What animal can hold a child’s attention better than a mischievous, cunning penguin?  Piddle Diddle is such a penguin!  Despite her small size, she can be an…