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Focus Poll for March 25

Focus Poll for March 25

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Network Technologies receives U.S. Cellular Customer Excellence Award

Network Technologies receives U.S. Cellular Customer Excellence Award

Pictured from left to right: U.S. Cellular associate Autumn Galyon; Seymour Intermediate School Principal Peggy Oakes; and Shirley Clepper of U.S. Cellular authorized agent store Network Technologies in Seymour celebrated…

Senator Ross Bass Part 2

Senator Ross Bass Part 2

By Ray Hill Congressman Ross Bass and Governor Frank Clement were fighting a close race for the Democratic nomination for the United States Senate in 1964 to complete the remaining…

Rams cap a ‘wonderful season’ in basketball at Grace Christian

Rams cap a ‘wonderful season’ in basketball at Grace Christian

By Steve Williams A lot of basketball games were won by Grace Christian Academy this past season, and it wasn’t just the boys high school team, which advanced to the…

Trinity Hills opens doors to Wellness Center

Trinity Hills opens doors to Wellness Center

On Tuesday, March 19, Trinity Hills Senior Living Community proudly announced the new rehabilitation and wellness services offered at their open house.  Trinity Hills and Functional Pathways Rehabilitation Services have…

Knoxville Focus for Monday, March 18

Knoxville Focus for Monday, March 18

Click here to view this week’s entire Focus. A Titanic Surprise First Class Maid Jodi from Pigeon Forge’s Titanic Museum Attraction paid a surprise visit to seventh grade Gresham Middle…

Partisanship In Knox County, Most Identify As Republicans

Partisanship In Knox County, Most Identify As Republicans

By Focus Staff This week’s Knoxville Focus poll asked the question: “Which political affiliation do you find yourself most closely aligned with?” More than 52% said they were closely aligned…

Knox teams are one and done at boys’ state tourney

Knox teams are one and done at boys’ state tourney

  By Steve Williams Knoxville’s three representatives at the TSSAA state boys basketball tournament last week couldn’t make it out of the quarterfinal round. Grace Christian Academy, looking for its…

Senator Ross Bass

Senator Ross Bass

By Ray Hill Few Tennesseans today remember Ross Bass who served the Volunteer State in Congress for a decade, as well as a brief term in the United States Senate. …

Watoto Children’s Choir inspires thousands from Uganda to East Tennessee

Watoto Children’s Choir inspires thousands from Uganda to East Tennessee

  By Tasha Mahurin Tasha@knoxfocus.com “Audiences are blown away by the stories of hope and transformation that the children share during their performance,” Jeanine Bedell with Watoto Child Care Ministry…