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A Feudin’ Son of Tennessee: Kenneth McKellar, Chapter 19

A Feudin’ Son of Tennessee: Kenneth McKellar, Chapter 19

By Ray Hill With President Truman’s decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan, World War II came to an end.  The American people were tiring of rationing and the…

Art-a-palooza this weekend!

Art-a-palooza this weekend!

By Sylvia Williams The excitement in the air at the Fountain City Art Center is almost palpable. We are preparing for Art-a-palooza, October 4-6!  Art-a-palooza offers three days FULL OF…

Rollins Sets Fulton Rushing Record in 48-10 Win

Rollins Sets Fulton Rushing Record in 48-10 Win

By David Klein Daryl Rollins to the right. Daryl Rollins to the left. Daryl Rollins up the middle. On a late September night at Fulton, running back Daryl Rollins set…

View Focus for Monday, September 24

View Focus for Monday, September 24

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Stiff Opposition To Proposed Annexation of Concord

Stiff Opposition To Proposed Annexation of Concord

By Focus Staff Farragut Mayor Ralph McGill has said he would drop plans to annex Concord into the Town of Farragut if there was serious opposition.  This weeks’ poll by…

A Feudin’ Son of Tennessee: Kenneth McKellar, Chapter 18

A Feudin’ Son of Tennessee: Kenneth McKellar, Chapter 18

By Ray Hill In 1945 Senator Kenneth McKellar was seventy-six years old and had served in the United States Senate for twenty-nine years, longer than any other Tennessean.  McKellar was…

Board Discusses Future At Retreat

Board Discusses Future At Retreat

By Focus Staff Members of the Knox County Board of Education, along with Superintendent of Schools Dr. James McIntyre, met at the Sarah Simpson Center Sunday, September 16 for their…

South Doyle remains perfect after shutout over Carter

South Doyle remains perfect after shutout over Carter

By Adam Sullivan The head coach of the South Doyle football team, ClarkDuncan, may have been camping out for the new iPhone on Friday morning.  After all, when you lead…

CAK remains perfect despite Cade’s heroics

CAK remains perfect despite Cade’s heroics

By Ken Lay Gibbs High School’s football team got stellar performance from quarterback Jay Cade Friday night. But it wasn’t quite enough as Christian Academy of Knoxville held on and…

Focus for Monday, September 17

Focus for Monday, September 17

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