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Keller Williams Realty Honors Veterans

Keller Williams Realty Honors Veterans

Over 60 Keller Williams’ real estate agents participated in Red Day, a nationwide day of community service sponsored by Keller Williams International, on May 10. Each year, Keller Williams Realty…

A Feudin’ Son of Tennessee: Kenneth McKellar Chapter 1

A Feudin’ Son of Tennessee: Kenneth McKellar Chapter 1

  By Ray Hill It will soon be one hundred years since the people of Tennessee elected their first United States Senator by popular vote in 1916.  Prior to that…

Seymour High presents ‘Tom Sawyer’

Seymour High presents ‘Tom Sawyer’

The SHS Choral Department recently presented “Tom Sawyer, the Musical” and didn’t fail to entertain and delight audience members. Faithful members of the community, family, and friends came to support…

Tate packs career full of memories into one season

Tate packs career full of memories into one season

By Steve Williams Jack Tate is not leaving Bearden High School. That’s the good news. Before this season began, Tate did announce he would be stepping aside as the Bulldogs…

Monday, May 21, 2012 Focus

Monday, May 21, 2012 Focus

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Jack is Back

Jack is Back

By Sarah Baker A “boot load” of fans turned out for the Jack’s Back Party at Cotton Eyed Joe on Thursday, May 17. Jack Ryan was a live wire electrifying…

Latest Poll Shows Strong Support for Buchett’s Budget

Latest Poll Shows Strong Support for Buchett’s Budget

By Focus Staff The latest Knoxville Focus poll shows Knox Countians overwhelmingly favor Mayor Tim Burchett’s budget.  Almost 400 Knox Countians were asked the question, “Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett…

The Senator’s Secretary: D. W. McKellar

The Senator’s Secretary:  D. W. McKellar

  By Ray Hill Tennessee’s longest serving United States Senator, Kenneth D. McKellar, employed several secretaries during his thirty-six years as a member of the nation’s upper chamber. For sixteen…

Seymour holds on for state sectional win in softball

Seymour holds on for state sectional win in softball

By Steve Williams Seymour High’s softball team may have felt like it just stepped off a roller coaster after playing its TSSAA state sectional game against Maryville. The Lady Eagles…

Good Water, A Man’s Mission

Good Water, A Man’s Mission

By Ralphine Major He held the forked peach tree stick in his hand and walked slowly. The end of the stick jerked and pointed to the ground. It indicated the…