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Governor Albert H. Roberts

Governor Albert H. Roberts

By Ray Hill There is likely no more fickle mistress than that of politics.  Political success for any person is always a combination of many things, not the least of…

Our Neighborhoods: Downtown Knoxville

Our Neighborhoods: Downtown Knoxville

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Each week the Focus looks at Our Neighborhoods and this week we focus on Downtown Knoxville. You might not think of downtown being a “neighborhood” but…

Farragut names baseball field house for fallen coach

Farragut names baseball field house for fallen coach

By Ken Lay Scott Dean’s name will live forever in Farragut High School baseball. Dean, who died in January after suffering a heart attack at age 28, had his number…

Knoxville Focus for April 21, 2014

Knoxville Focus for April 21, 2014

Click here to view this week’s Focus online. Knox County School Board asks for even more By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Promoting their budget request as a 2.5% pay increase for…

Publisher’s Position: Ed Brantley Best for County Commission

Publisher’s Position: Ed Brantley Best for County Commission

By Steve Hunley Knox Countians have a big responsibility in picking two county-wide Commissioners At Large in the current primary election.  Bob Thomas, who is running for Seat 10, has…

Austin-East focuses on the arts and music

Austin-East focuses on the arts and music

By Ken Lay Austin-East Magnet High School is changing its brand. It will still remain one of Knox County’s magnet schools but its emphasis will now be on the arts,…

‘The Terror of Tennessee’ Parson Brownlow

‘The Terror of Tennessee’ Parson Brownlow

By Ray Hill William Gannaway Brownlow was one of the most controversial figures in Tennessee history. “Parson” Brownlow was highly controversial during his own time and few figures ever relished…

Stinson now showcasing speed on the track

Stinson now showcasing speed on the track

By Steve Williams Just like Jajuan Stinson when he’s competing in the 100-meter dash, this year’s Knoxville Interscholastic League Track and Field Meet is fast approaching. The annual Knox County…

Our Neighborhoods: John Sevier Highway

Our Neighborhoods: John Sevier Highway

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Every week now for several weeks The Focus has been looking at Our Neighborhoods around Knox County. Each neighborhood or community is special and unique, with…

NOTICE OF SALE

Volunteers Portable Moving and Storage, hereby publishes notice, as required by Tennessee Self-Service Storage Facility Act (TN Stat. 66-31-101- 66-31-107) of a public sale of the property listed below to…