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A Feudin’ Son of Tennessee: Kenneth McKellar, Chapter 21

A Feudin’ Son of Tennessee: Kenneth McKellar, Chapter 21

  By Ray Hill Richard Riedel was a veteran employee of the United States Senate, working almost fifty years in one capacity or another.  Riedel first came to the Senate…

Frulatti now serving Farragut

Frulatti now serving Farragut

By Sarah Baker bakers@knoxfocus.com Have you been to West Town Mall lately and wondered what happened to your favorite smoothie place?  The beloved Frulatti Café and Bakery has moved to…

Five Questions with Silent Circle

Five Questions with Silent Circle

Silent Circle is a private encrypted communications service that is revolutionizing how the world communicates. The $20 monthly subscription service launches today and is built to encrypt email, voice, text…

View Monday, October 8 Knoxville Focus

View Monday, October 8 Knoxville Focus

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Romney Increases Lead In Knox County

Romney Increases Lead In Knox County

By Focus Staff Mitt Romney has increased his lead since The Focus conducted its first poll on the presidential race in Knox County. Likely voters were asked the question, “If…

McMillan Challenges Grievance Policy

McMillan Challenges Grievance Policy

Feels Good Teachers Should Be Protected By Focus Staff Mike McMillan, East Knox County’s member of the Board of Education, challenged the grievance policy being proposed by Superintendent James McIntyre.…

A Feudin’ Son of Tennessee: Kenneth McKellar, Chapter 20

A Feudin’ Son of Tennessee: Kenneth McKellar, Chapter 20

  By Ray Hill Kenneth McKellar, Tennessee’s eighty-year-old senior U. S. Senator, had resumed his positions of power and influence inside the Senate. His relations with his new and younger…

South Doyle gives perfect performance over Cocke County

South Doyle gives perfect performance over Cocke County

By Adam Sullivan Jocquez Bruce still had the bitter taste of losing on his tongue when he walked onto the field at South-Doyle in Friday night’s matchup against Cocke County.…

Painting the Sky

Painting the Sky

By Sarah Baker bakers@knoxfocus.com The art of stick ribbon dancing goes back thousands of years to Ancient China. However, Knoxville’s own Alex Pulsipher has taken this ancient instrument to another…

Knoxville Focus for Monday, October 1, 2012

Knoxville Focus for Monday, October 1, 2012

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