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Our Neighborhoods: Pond Gap

Our Neighborhoods: Pond Gap

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Each week The Focus has been looking at various neighborhoods in Knoxville and Knox County or the organizations, structures, or people who have made our community…

The Press Lords: Silliman Evans & James G. Stahlman

The Press Lords: Silliman Evans & James G. Stahlman

By Ray Hill It may well be quite difficult for many readers to imagine the importance of newspapers decades ago, as we now live in an age where the Internet…

Dr. Knierim offers specialized treatment

Dr. Knierim offers specialized treatment

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Kristin Knierim didn’t start out to be an orthodontist; she was thinking of becoming a veterinarian or a researcher. She was raised in Knoxville and attended…

Strong second half nets draw for Bearden

Strong second half nets draw for Bearden

By Ken Lay Bearden High School’s young girls soccer team went through some growing pains Thursday night. The Lady Bulldogs, however, did enough to salvage a 3-3 tie against Clarksville…

Legal and Public Notices: August 25, 2014

Default having been made in the payment of the debts and obligations secured to be paid by a certain Deed of Trust executed March 4, 2008 by Adam M. Patterson…

Knoxville Focus for August 25, 2014

Knoxville Focus for August 25, 2014

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Publisher’s Position: Board Members Work It Out In ‘Private’

Publisher’s Position: Board Members Work It Out In ‘Private’

By Steve Hunley Some of you are surely tired of reading editorials about the Knox County School System.  Heaven knows I’m tired of writing them, but the sad truth is…

Rams shut out Austin-East 14-0 in defensive battle

Rams shut out Austin-East 14-0 in defensive battle

By Steve Williams Both defensive units played well enough to win in the high school football season opener between Austin-East and Grace Christian Academy. Grace’s just played a little better.…

The Tennessee Nightingale: Grace Moore

The Tennessee Nightingale: Grace Moore

By Ray Hill The story of Grace Moore is not at all political in nature and hopefully readers of this column will not be sorely disappointed.  Miss Moore’s story is,…

Our Neighborhoods: Civil War Heritage

Our Neighborhoods: Civil War Heritage

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Knoxville and Knox County have been commemorating 150 years of Civil War history this year.  The Civil War spared most of the structures in Knoxville, but…