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Civil War Strings

Civil War Strings

By Sarah Baker bakers@knoxfocus.com On November 12-13, The Knoxville Civil War Roundtable presented its annual Living History Weekend at Fort Dickerson Park.  The free event included many activities such as…

Knoxville Focus for Monday, November 12

Knoxville Focus for Monday, November 12

Click here to view this week’s Focus online. Knox County Veterans Office expands services, outreach opportunities The Knox County Veterans Service Office is making it more convenient for veterans to…

Voters Don’t Buy Into Increased Taxes

Voters Don’t Buy Into Increased Taxes

By Focus Staff In this week’s Knoxville Focus poll, voters were asked, “President Obama advisor David Axlerod said, “The President won the election after pledging to raise taxes”.  Do you…

A Church To Call Home

A Church To Call Home

  By Tasha Mahurin mahurint@knoxfocus.com “Kindness has won more people to the faith than stadium events and million dollar productions.” Those were the words of Jason Creech, Pastor of A…

Tom Connally of Texas

Tom Connally of Texas

By Ray Hill When folks think in terms of Texas and Connally, the late Governor John Connally usually comes to mind, but there was another Connally who enjoyed a much…

A Greater Impact

A Greater Impact

By Dan Andrews andrewsd@knoxfocus.com It has been slightly over a year since “Impact Wrestling” last came to Knoxville. Since that time the wrestling company has grown dramatically. With higher TV…

Panthers eliminate Rebels for the second consecutive season

Panthers eliminate Rebels for the second consecutive season

Powell advances on to the quarterfinals, will play host to Tennessee High on Friday By Bill Mynatt, Radio Voice of Powell Panther Football on AM 620 WRJZ PowellFootballRadioVoice@yahoo.com Last year…

Knoxville Focus for Monday, November 5

Knoxville Focus for Monday, November 5

Click here to view this week’s Focus online.     Seymour Middle School Wins $150,000 Students, teachers and administrators at Seymour Middle School are $150,000 richer today after being named…

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

Click here to see the full results.…