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Life’s Guidelines

By Dr. Jim Ferguson   Some things never change.  Even though I left my traditional medical practice at the end of 2013, I still do yearly physicals on patients in…

The Old Places Are Gone

By Joe Rector We Baby Boomers continue to age, some of us gracefully, some of us kicking and screaming. Either way, the years click by, and most of us at…

A Special Little Boy

By Ralphine Major “He has a contagious smile and laugh,” she said.  “He is always happy.”  Sounds like a typical three-year-old, but the life of this special needs child has…

Give thanks for little things

By Rosie Moore Some of the things I’m thankful for may seem weird to a few of my readers but bear with me. Perhaps you may have a similar reason to…

KCS Board Discusses Year Round School

The main item on the agenda for the Board’s November mid-month meeting last week was a preliminary discussion of the school system moving to a year-round schedule, which is now…

Carrying handguns

By Sharon Frankenberg, Attorney at Law Article I, Section 26 of the Tennessee Constitution provides:  “That the citizens of this State have a right to keep and bear arms for…

Update on KCS Audits, Special Investigations

By Sally Absher sallyabsher@knoxfocus.com At last week’s mid-month Board of Education work session, Dr. McIntyre updated the board on the situation regarding KCS food services and accounts payable departments that…

Focus on the Law: Amendment Two Recap

By Sharon Frankenberg, Attorney at Law The results from the November 4, 2104 election are still unofficial but preliminary results on Amendment 2 show 831,549 votes statewide in favor of…

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Stewardship

By Dr. Jim Ferguson I always wonder where my essay of the week will come from. When I had a traditional medical practice, patients frequently prompted a storyline. I see…

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