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Ijams Grows and Enhances Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness

Ijams Grows and Enhances Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness

Following the acquisition of a new 22-acre property, Ijams Nature Center is expanding to 300 acres and further enhancing the South Loop on Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness. The new property, which…

Focus Poll for Monday, November 5

Focus Poll for Monday, November 5

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David I. Walsh of Massachusetts

David I. Walsh of Massachusetts

By Ray Hill When folks think of successful Irish politicians from Massachusetts, they tend to think in terms of the Kennedys, John and Ted.  Yet the first and most enduring…

Powell defeats Central – Again

Powell defeats Central – Again

By Bill Mynatt, Radio Voice of Powell Panther Football on AM 620 WRJZ PowellFootballRadioVoice@yahoo.com In a continuation of its regular season finale on October 18, the Powell Panther defense stopped…

Faith the size of a paper clip

Faith the size of a paper clip

By Sarah Baker bakers@knoxfocus.com Powell Middle School received a special guest on October 16.  Linda Hooper, former principal of Whitwell Middle School, came to speak to the student body about…

The Knoxville Focus for Monday, October 29

The Knoxville Focus for Monday, October 29

Click here to view the full paper online. Governor Haslam Endorses State House Candidate Gary Loe Governor Bill Haslam officially endorsed Gary Loe, Republican candidate for State House in District…

Focus Poll for Monday, October 29

Focus Poll for Monday, October 29

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Local teams gear up for gridiron playoffs

Local teams gear up for gridiron playoffs

By Ken Lay The teams have battled for 11 weeks and now the best remain in the chase for State Championships. And those squads will be in the mix to…

Thunder On the Mountain: Matthew M. Neely of West Virginia

Thunder On the Mountain: Matthew M. Neely of West Virginia

By Ray Hill Matthew Mansfield Neely may be the most resilient politician in our nation’s history.  Perhaps the only person in recorded history who made a better comeback than Neely…

The Path of Pam Neal

The Path of Pam Neal

By Sarah Baker bakers@knoxfocus.com First Baptist Church of Knoxville recently welcomed Pam Neal as their new Minister of Administration.  Proverbs 3:6 promises that if we acknowledge the Lord in all…