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PUBLIC NOTICE: Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization – Technical Committee Meeting, May 13, 2014.

The Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) Technical Committee will meet on Tuesday, May 13, at 9 a.m. in the Small Assembly Room of the City/County Building, 400 Main Street,…

Knoxville Focus for May 5, 2014

Knoxville Focus for May 5, 2014

Click here to view this week’s Focus online. South Knox Rallies for Rountree By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Thursday evening at the Round Up Restaurant on Sevierville Pike,  Amber Rountree could…

Publisher’s Position: School Board Needs Change

Publisher’s Position: School Board Needs Change

By Steve Hunley Tomorrow the people of Knox County will cast their ballots for virtually every office in local government. The decisions made by the voters will affect us for…

Carol Zachary Mitchell gets 700th win

Carol Zachary Mitchell gets 700th win

By Steve Williams Gibbs High School’s 7-1 softball victory over Clinton Friday night ended with an asterisk, footnote and fireworks. Just the latest special game for the softball powerhouse and…

Our Neighborhoods: Downtown Knoxville 2

Our Neighborhoods: Downtown Knoxville 2

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com This week we take a second look at downtown Knoxville, everyone’s central core in Knox County. It’s part of our continuing series about “Our Neighborhoods” and…

Six Lady Eagles sign lacrosse scholarships

Six Lady Eagles sign lacrosse scholarships

By Ken Lay SEYMOUR—Patrick Doyle couldn’t be prouder of his Seymour High School girls lacrosse team. “Seymour players have become very attractive to coaches in this region,” Doyle said after…

The Knoxville Focus for April 28, 2014

The Knoxville Focus for April 28, 2014

Click here to view this week’s Focus. School Board Incumbents Get a Failing Grade By Steve Hunley, Publisher publisher@knoxfocus.com We constantly hear from the school administration just how good our…

Publisher’s Position: Appointed Superintendent Playing Politics

Publisher’s Position: Appointed Superintendent Playing Politics

By Steve Hunley An appointed School Superintendent has a constituency of exactly five, a majority of the nine member Board of Education.  So long as the superintendent can keep five…

Mayor Rogero presents budget

Mayor Rogero presents budget

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Your city property taxes will probably go up about $84 a year next year if the Knoxville City Council approves the budget that Mayor Madeline Rogero…

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…