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am I the only one annoyed by the Knoxville News Sentinel subscription and not being able to read the full new articles online? Drives me crazy and I have since been avoiding KNS like the plague... Is it just me being a brat?
Editorial County shouldn&give up on use of solar installations Knoxville News Sentinel If government should run like a business, as KNS always suggests then if it does not add to the bottom line they should absolutely -can solar power. Want to ...
Well in knoxville waiting to get unloaded at the Knoxville news sentinel . Ready to go north once more then to Greensboro nc .then who know .
Iraqi refugees pursuing the American dream: . Family rebuilding life in Knoxville » Knoxville News Sentinel Mobile -
Battle with security firm over faulty work still headed to court - Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville News Sentinel >> Mike Strange: Vols leaving too many points on the court.
Knoxville News Sentinel >> Vols miss out on a resume builder, fall to Wichita State, 70-61.
Mystery solved: The best crime fiction of 2013 - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Now top US diplomat, Kerry returns to Vietnam - Knoxville News Sentinel
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U. of Tennessee offers range of activities for the holidays | Knoxville News Sentinel |
Movement to allow passengers to talk on cellphones advances; Alexander introduces bill to block such chats » Knoxville News Sentinel...
Nutrients... Young people leave lives in big city to try hand at farming in Tennessee - Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville News Sentinel >> Vols Notebook: Josh Richardson expects big crowd of family, friends at Wichita State.
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The Tennessee men face off against number 12 ranked Wichita State on the road Saturday. The Knoxville News Sentinel's Ben Frederickson breaks down the keys to the game in less than a minute.
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Bill would set aside more land for Civil War preservation - Knoxville News Sentinel: Bill would set aside more...
Rickers Ridge Band, which usually performs at Cove Lake, entertained for the 2013 *** *** Hoedown, annual holiday lunch provided by the Knoxville News Sentinel for retirees. All band members are talented but Jerry "The Chicken Man" Issacs is particularly memorable. Here he is with a headdress a la Willie Nelson. It was fun.
A big THANK YOU to everyone that voted this year for The Knoxville News Sentinel "Best of Knoxville 2013"!! We won for best optometrist and a favorite for best glasses selection! This is BACK TO BACK years for both categories. Thank you!!
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Wellspring received the Knoxville News Sentinel’s 2013 Reader’s Choice Award in the Senior Living Facility category!
Knoxville News Sentinel Empty Stocking Fund and community volunteers to help 3,600 families during the holidays
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Knoxville News Sentinel I had spotted a little white kitten and asked the volunteer if I could meet with it. We decided to adopt them both. The black cat, Machka, is a confident, friendly and playful male. The white cat, Molly is a skittish, shy female. We named her Molly ...
Guess who Won the Knoxville News Sentinel Readers Choice award for Staffing. ARG Financial Staffing that's who. Heck Yes!!!
Parent friends of mine...please take a moment to consider taking action about the following: Tomorrow evening, the Knox County Board of Education, the people WE elected, will be considering extending our Superintendent's lucrative contract for yet another year until 2017. It currently runs until 2016. He was hired in for the 2008-2009 school year at a base salary of $222,800. Although I cannot find current salary information for Dr. McIntyre, I do know that the Vice-President of the United States only makes $231,900 (as of this March). I can only imagine what McIntyre's package now is. According to a Knoxville News Sentinel article in August of 2011, in his annual BOE review for that year, they recommended he work on "increasing teacher and classified employee morale." Two years ago. Please take a moment to show support for your students and their teachers by sending an email to your School Board representative respectfully requesting that they NOT extend Dr. McIntyre's contract for another year.School Bo ...
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BLAST FROM MY PAST: I ran across these photos I picked up while visiting the 1982 Worlds Fair on Knoxville, TN the exhibit was angled around new energy sources. Matter of fact the official name of the expo was Knoxville International Energy Exposition! Great week end that year - I got to visit with friends at the Knoxville News Sentinel also. The Sunsphere still stands today... It had five levels and was suppose to use solar power (It NEVER worked properly)... LOL! LIFE... What a RUSH?! In the blink of an eye it passes you by! POOF - I'm gone... LOL!
Thank you for voting us the winner in the Heating & Air Company category in the 2013 Readers’ Choice Awards from the Knoxville News Sentinel! We are proud to be your heating & air company, and will keep working hard to serve your heating and air conditioning needs in the coming year.
Baby Liam is in today's Knoxville News Sentinel. :) Nevermind my earlier post. Lol.
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Um, this "letter to the editor" is all over the map - I wonder if the writer is too scattered in his thinking on whom to judge FIRST: "Bible clear on marriage, abortion The people in American who refuse to believe in God at times say all Christians have the same mindset and personalities. They are wrong. A number of states have legalized same-sex partnerships. These homosexuals and *** have tried to say this is marriage, yet Christians know a marriage is between one man and one woman. These people go from being twain and are now one flesh. Way too many women who have had sex and become pregnant have opted to have an abortion. In the Bible, God states that at conception the woman’s embryo is a living human being. Abortion is the murder of a baby. Illicit drugs for many years have been a scourge on America. For quite a while Tennessee has been the methamphetamine capital of America. There have been numerous raids by local law enforcement officials to halt many meth operations. Also, much marijuana ha ...
GA Industry Radar Report: States more lax than feds on judge rules - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Leases for plug-in electric cars may offer savings - Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville to extend city employee benefits to domestic partners - Knoxville News Sentinel: Knoxville to extend...
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An orphan goes to church and asks someone, anyone to adopt him » Knoxville News Sentinel Mobile -
Bengals QB Dalton getting it done without fanfare » Knoxville News Sentinel
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Pleased to have from the Knoxville News Sentinel join us @ 4:20 today for a Vol perspective on Sat's USC/UT game.
U. of Tennessee band director put on leave, ordered to stay away from students | Knoxville News Sentinel |
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Kristi Nelson of the Knoxville News Sentinel joined us this past Friday at ETTAC for a transportation discussion.
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FG on last play lifts Delaware over Albany 33-30 - Knoxville News Sentinel
Some at Guantanamo jail too sick to keep locked up » Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville News Sentinel >> Encouraging numbers could lead to Vols reaching number of wins needed for bowl.
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Groups criticize NC officer arrest in man's death - Knoxville News Sentinel
Jess Walter talks about his new novel, 'Beautiful Ruins' - Knoxville News Sentinel
Special request from Knoxville friends: review of "Our Country" at Clarence Brown is in Knoxville news Sentinel. I can't see it b/c I don't have subscription. Any way someone can share?
KNOXVILLE — The first member of a dozen North Carolina church congregants injured in a bus crash that killed eight people was released Friday from the University of Tennessee Medical Center. Brenda Jolly, 70, was released from the hospital, according to UT Medical Center spokeswoman Susan Wyatt. Another church member, Ed Mclelland, 64, was upgraded Friday from serious condition to stable, Wyatt said. Mclelland’s wife, 62-year-old Marsha Mclelland, died in the Wednesday crash on Interstate 40. That leaves 11 church members ranging in age from 62 to 74 at the hospital. The Tennessee Highway Patrol on Friday identified the trucker killed in the fiery crash as 66-year-old Mose Farmer of New Orleans. Farmer was driving a 2014 Volvo tractor hauling a trailer loaded with paper towels. The driver of a North Carolina church bus that careened from eastbound Interstate 40 and into oncoming westbound traffic had a valid commercial vehicle license, authorities said. But years of driving experience couldn’t match ...
LOL..Middle School Janitor Arrested For Using School Copy Machine To Print Counterfeit Money.. Campbell County, Tennessee - Authorities arrested an employee of Lafollette Middle School on Monday for allegedly reproducing cash on a copying machine. They charged James Terry Chapman - a custodian who got the ax after admitting to everything - with criminal simulation, the Knoxville News Sentinel reported on Wednesday. 'It appears he would copy one side, front and back and then glue them together,' Campbell County Sheriff Robbie Goins told WVLT-TV. Chapman's free after making $5,000 bail. An affidavit claimed a pair of bills in denominations of $10 and $20 had been in Chapman's automobile. A source discovered them after repossessing it September 24th and gave them to the authorities. Chapman arranged to have somebody tow his vehicle to Bolton's Body Shop the following day. Afterward, employee David Bolton gave him $50 against it. The authorities alleged Chapman informed him he intended to pay back $30 because ...
The National Transportation Safety Board is not sending anyone to investigate yesterday's deadly bus crash in Tennessee because the government shutdown furloughed all of its highway investigators, an NTSB official said. "In this particular case I think it’s highly likely that we would have responded to it, but again, with our investigators furloughed, it’s impossible to do that," Sharon Bryson, deputy director of communications for the NTSB, told NBC News. Read more: Michael Patrick / Knoxville News Sentinel via AP
The Knoxville News Sentinel reports today that some business leaders are switching support for the GOP to Obama over the shutdown. They are cowards who are revealing that they only think of their bottom line. They would put their concern for a slowed economy over the longer term goal of freedom. I used to think the admonition of "shame on you" was weak, but it carries meaning, so: Shame on them. Many of us are capable of the long view and can see ahead. Those accepting Obamacare as inevitable are shortsighted, weak cowards
"On my first episode, I was stalking Buffy to see what her moves were. I played the hunt both violently and sexually as I was looking at her, and I have always, in the back of my mind, played that with Spike. It's the hunt for him. If he is after the Slayer, then it is a sexual thing, at least in my mind."- James Marsters (Knoxville News Sentinel, 1-01)
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A hauler transporting Trevor Bayne's cars to the Kentucky Speedway caught fire Thursday on Interstate 75 North, but the incident caused no injuries and isn't expected to affect his status for Saturday's Nationwide Series Kentucky 300. The incident was first reported by the Knoxville News Sentinel. Roush Fenway Racing spokesman Kevin Woods said the fire caused "no significant damage" and that the cars should arrive in Kentucky on schedule. Knoxville Fire Department Captain D.J. Corcoran said the fire appeared to be the result of a rupture in a diesel tank used to feed a generator. The fire was reported at 11:37 a.m. Corcoran said arson investigators indicated it was accidental. Corcoran said Bayne wasn't at the scene when the fire occurred but arrived later to check on the situation.
UT puts fracking plan 'on hold,' will look at feasibility of research - Knoxville News Sentinel
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DA: 4 found in car in Cumberland County were murdered - Knoxville News Sentinel
Djokovic to face Pospisil in Davis Cup semifinals - Knoxville News Sentinel
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We're giving away a pair of tickets to Lewis Black's Oct. 3 show at the Tennessee Theatre.
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Bestselling author to speak at Blount County Library - Knoxville News Sentinel
Today's teaser in the Knoxville News Sentinel about our new mobile clinic.
Cornbread is gluten-free compromise between two camps - Knoxville News Sentinel: Cornbread is gluten-free comp...
John Adams of the Knoxville News Sentinel and Go Vols Extra said Coach Holtz will be on The Neutral Zone?
- Knoxville News Sentinel did a big piece on it a few years back. Gathered all of them for a photo shoot.
My uncle just text me and told me my picture is in the Knoxville news sentinel 😳
The Sunday Knoxville News Sentinel had a Sports section and a Vols section. The needs to get on it.
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State troopers mount motorcycles for enforcement on "The Dragon" - Knoxville News Sentinel
Event to feature African fashion, cooking - Knoxville News Sentinel
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New accounts let you follow crime and safety, courts, schools and politics - Knoxville News Sentinel
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sharing David Hunter: Honesty, ability not to laugh are valued - Knoxville News Sentinel
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What's going on? Big Ten hooks up with Pinstripe Bowl for 8 years - Knoxville News Sentinel
Testimony: Ex-U. of Tennessee Foundation officer admits to molesting boys | Knoxville News Sentinel |
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U. of Tennessee unveils colorful new energy-efficient buses | Knoxville News Sentinel |
Family fun today: Titanic story time » Knoxville News Sentinel
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Ceremony held for new Carter Elementary School - Knoxville News Sentinel
Anglers get day of free fishing this weekend - Knoxville News Sentinel: WLOSAnglers get day of free fishing th...
Peggy Gillom-Granderson surprised to be Women's Hall of Fame inductee (Knoxville News Sentinel)
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Letter: Marriage equality is coming eventually - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Cool for School: Knox County takes possession of new Carter Elementary at last - Knoxville News Sentinel
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. wrote a great piece on my integrated electronic health records bill in the Knoxville News Sentinel:
Heidi Barcus: Jury out on whether changes will improve workers comp - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Regal invests $12 million in technology for moviegoers » Knoxville News Sentinel
Regal invests $12 million in technology for deaf, blind moviegoers - Knoxville News Sentinel
Lakeshore Park playground to be constructed in boy’s memory – Knoxville News Sentinel
Passage of Marketplace Act may lead to lower state taxes in Tennessee - Knoxville News Sentinel
Frank Munger: Business starting to build at ORNL's on-site hotel - Knoxville News Sentinel
Sarah Griswold: Incentives can motivate new behaviors - Knoxville News Sentinel
Where are they now? Ted Hall uses Atlanta news anchor position to raise Knoxville News Sentinel
Titanic violin on exhibit in Pigeon Forge » Knoxville News Sentinel
Thad Cox Jr.: What type of wine buyer are you? » Knoxville News Sentinel
FORECAST FOR East Tennessee TODAY! A pleasant morning across East Tennessee will give way to a potentially dangerous afternoon, with a system of storms rolling into the area sometime between 2-4 p.m. “The main concern today is going to be damaging winds and hail,” said David Hotz, a meteoroligist with the National Weather Service in Morristown. “We could see hail up to one inch. The tornado threat is not much for us today, though.” Along with those threats, some areas could see potentially heavy rains as well. “The average for the area will be somewhere between one-quarter and one-half inch, but some areas could see locally heavy rainfall over two inches,” said Hotz. “In those places, flooding is certainly a possibility.” Although no alerts are in place at the moment, Hotz went on to say that he was “pretty certain” that the weather service would be issuing a severe thunderstorm watch at some point today, with a high chance that warnings might be issued for specific areas. Sporadic sto ...
Reality TV star Alana 'Honey Boo Boo' Thompson is vacationing in Pigeon Forge with her family this week and will visit the Comedy Barn Theater today at 7:30 p.m
U. of Tennessee, city talk future of Clarence Brown Theatre | Knoxville News Sentinel |
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Issues back home trail Obama on Latin America trip - Knoxville News Sentinel
Sam Venable: Fanning for this hunter was a foolish notion: - Knoxville News Sentinel
Catholic rallies to beat Bearden in District 4-AAA tournament - Knoxville News Sentinel
Parents, children brave rain for March for Babies - Knoxville News Sentinel
Edwards gets pole after rain washes out qualifying - Knoxville News Sentinel
Dark but funny turns in parenting books - Knoxville News Sentinel
TVA prepares for Obama administration review - Knoxville News Sentinel
*On Mother’s Day, Tennessee Right to Life will again run an ad in the Knoxville News Sentinel. The ad will be a...
Ina Hughs: Judging generations on what matters - Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville, Knox County want to diversify airline offerings - Knoxville News Sentinel
Service dogs get checkup at UT veterinary center - Knoxville News Sentinel
News briefs from around Tennessee at 1 : 58 am EDT - Knoxville News Sentinel
What's going on? Raja Jubran among Pinnacle Business Awards winners - Knoxville News Sentinel
Terry Mattingly: Zombies are us, theorize faith writers - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Good news for our region. Alcoa plans $275M expansion, adding 200 jobs » Knoxville News Sentinel
4-year degrees at community colleges become a political brawl wherever it's been tried » Knoxville News Sentinel
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Jack McElroy: Bill sneers at the First Amendment - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Novices, veterans take in of chicken-raising tips - Knoxville News Sentinel
Failed education bills on radar for next session - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Nervous robber flees without the cash, his sandwich - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Rodgers reappointed to Knox County administrator of elections post - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Wrapping up some final business. Tom Humphrey of the Knoxville News-Sentinel wins Mei-ling v. the Legislature II. His pick: April 20.
Outdoor KnoxFest kicks off this weekend » Knoxville News Sentinel via
YourNews: Two authors will speak at convention center - Knoxville News Sentinel
South Knox to get recycling facility - Knoxville News Sentinel
Senate votes to block access to gun carry records - Knoxville News Sentinel: Senate votes to block a...
Nike 'breaks ground' in Memphis instead of Mississippi - Knoxville News Sentinel
Terry Shaw: Union, Confederate soldiers at it again in East Knoxville - Knoxville News Sentinel,
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Ina Hughs: Officials not listening to voters about guns - Knoxville News Sentinel
UT student banking on biking apparel - Knoxville News Sentinel
Passion for the environment keeps 82-year-old volunteering - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Vols LB Johnson keeping focus on defense this year - Knoxville News Sentinel
Director of recruiting J.R. Sandlin no longer with UT football - Evan Woodbery, Knoxville News Sentinel
U. of Tennessee honors top students, faculty | Knoxville News Sentinel |
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Tennessee Smokies held in check by Pensacola, 2-1 - Knoxville News Sentinel
Powell softball bounces back, tops Central in crowded 3-AAA - Knoxville News Sentinel
Colts, Indianapolis agree on stadium improvements - Knoxville News Sentinel
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What's going on SA? YourNews: Maryville College announces commencement speaker - Knoxville News Sentinel
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TVA cited for not testing nuclear parts - Knoxville News Sentinel
Government moves to restrict access to Y-12; new fence would block traditional ... - Knoxville News Sentinel: ...
Lawyers for former NFL WR Hurd due back in court - Knoxville News Sentinel: Lawyers for former NFL WR Hurd due...
Greg Johnson: The church still lives on this Good Friday - Knoxville News Sentinel
Knox saga still not over for Italian courts - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Strategy aims to create audience for TV pilot - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Forecast: Mostly sunny with highs in low-50s - Knoxville News Sentinel
Tenn. has $170K available to help organic farmers - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Today's Knoxville News Sentinel reminds us that girls are, in fact, important.
“Indya Kincannon: School vouchers do no improve student outcomes - Knoxville News Sentinel
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East Tennessee youth has few memories of war that took his father - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Tennessee held first spring scrimmage - Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville Zoo begins first family group of gorillas - Knoxville News Sentinel
US clergy victims make demands of new pope » Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville, TN: 24 soldiers killed in road accident in Pakistan - Knoxville News Sentinel
Citizen scientists use technology to collect data — on everything from bird counts to comets » Knoxville News Sentinel…
Comet Pan-STARRS to be visible with naked eye for first time ever in ET - Knoxville News Sentinel
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To all of my family on the Ball side...Our cousin Louis Ball Jr. passed away last Thursday at Physicians Regional Medical Center in Jefferson City, Tn. I only just found out and his funeral is today. He was a very good man and a man of God just like uncle Louis was. His obituary was in the Knoxville News Sentinel on Saturday, March 2nd. You can go to the website and see it if you wish. He was 83 years old and is now with the Lord for ever. Please pray for his children and grandchildren for I know they will miss him dearly.Tim.
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Snake-handling preacher gives up his serpents in plea deal - Knoxville News Sentinel: Snake-handling preacher ...
Customized software is firm's expertise - Knoxville News Sentinel
Setting a new tone: School for the Deaf eyes new building, technology in $22M ... - Knoxville News Sentinel
Slaying suspect standing trial in alleged rape of teenager - Knoxville News Sentinel
Bristol man serves as wildlife commission chair - Knoxville News Sentinel
Judge sought in Shelby County to replace Higgs - Knoxville News Sentinel: Judge sought in Shelby County to...
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93000 low-income Tennesseans to pay more for phone service under new ... - Knoxville News Sentinel: 93000 low-...
Forecast: Chance of rain this afternoon, snow possible later this week » Knoxville News Sentinel
Rape case defendant is chief suspect in '87 death of Knoxville girl - Knoxville News Sentinel
Suspect sought in attempted robbery of North Knoxville store - Knoxville News Sentinel
North Knoxville market robbed at gunpoint » Knoxville News Sentinel: KNOXVILLE — Police are searching for a su...
Tenn. lawmakers to decide fate of supermarket wine - Knoxville News Sentinel
Editorial: Officials should focus on education, jobs, safety net - Knoxville News Sentinel
Freedom Trail marker to be unveiled in Greenwood - Knoxville News Sentinel: Freedom Trail marker to be unveile...
Terry Morrow: Shaquille O'Neal: 'I live in your area. It's my home. I'm a local' - Knoxville News Sentinel
Critical of school leaders, PBA board moves to caution public about systems at two schools » Knoxville News Sentinel
Google adds new touch to line of Chrome laptops - Knoxville News Sentinel
Rachel Wise: Vine app opens new world of creativity - Knoxville News Sentinel
The Great Cake Bake, the News Sentinel Auto Show, and McClung Museum's Family Day are just a few of the events taking place today. What are your plans for this wonderful Saturday?
The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) has selected the route for the final Pellissippi Parkway extension in Blount County.
Here is one reason why people have quit going to church in America: Pigeon Forge, Tenn. (AP) — A pastor said he cast out a demon, but a lawsuit contends the only the plaintiff's tooth was exorcised. According to The Mountain Press, Andrew Byrd filed a $3.7 lawsuit against the Family Chapel Church of God in Pigeon Forge; pastor Joel Arwood; Arwood's wife, Theresa Arwood; and Charles Shields. Byrd said the Arwoods asked to meet him last February at the church, where Teresa Arwood said he had a demon in him. Byrd said Joel Arwood and Shields jumped him, knocking out a tooth crown and cracking other teeth. The lawsuit said Arwood later bragged to his congregation that he had "punched the devil and knocked the devil's tooth out." The Knoxville News Sentinel reported Arwood declined comment, saying his lawyer advised it. Sevier County deputies served criminal warrants on the defendants Thursday.
Honored to start a new job next month as the Visuals Editor at the Knoxville News Sentinel. Thank you, Texas, for a wonderful two years. Onward to Tennessee.
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WOW! What a weekend! So many thanks to the House & Garden Show presenting sponsor, Knoxville News Sentinel, and the Festival presenting sponsor, ORNL Federal Credit Union, for the continued support of our mission of promoting and celebrating our region's arts, culture, and natural beauty. And, of course, we couldn't have such a successful show without our amazing co-chairs, Dino Cartwright and Karen Massey; our cooking school sponsor,; our Entertainment sponsor, DIY Network; our corporate and media sponsors; the amazing landscape designers; the artists; the exhibitors; our incredible volunteers; and our visitors! So thankful for every single one of you! Cheers!
Future brides, party-goers and party planners alike will be able to discuss their events with more than 90 vendors at the 2nd annual News Sentinel Bridal & Beyond, February 17, 2013, at the Knoxville Convention Center.
In the historic Hoskins Library, where students once read about wars of old, the University of Tennessee Army and Air Force ROTC units are preparing for potential wars of the future.
The News Sentinel Auto Show features more than 20 manufactures and 100 auto dealers displaying brandnew makes and models under one roof, the 25th annual News Sentinel Auto Show is East Tennessee’s favorite automotive attraction. The Auto Show provides the exclusive and exciting opportunity to see th...
This was a cartoon in the Knoxville News Sentinel
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Gun bill expected to pass state Senate today » Knoxville News Sentinel
YourNews: Carson-Newman and UT students star in 'Tennessee Filmmaker' - Knoxville News Sentinel
Planning ahead for my Knoxville News Sentinel Sunday article. Anyone have a coupon question they have always wanted answered?
Congrats to Knoxville News-Sentinel & The Tennessean for placing Top 10 for 2012 APSE contest for special sections in sports journalism!
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Nashville mosque vandalized for second time - Knoxville News Sentinel: Nashville mosque vandalized for second ti...
In case you missed Food City president Steve Smith’s column in the Knoxville News Sentinel on Saturday - good read:
Six months after stepping down as CEO of Pilot Flying J, Jimmy has returned, according to the Knoxville News Sentinel.
Whether raising investor capital or fundraising for charity, entrepreneurs encounter turbulence. Esbert Cardenas, president of Image Ou…
owner Jimmy Haslam resuming role as CEO of Pilot Flying J, per the Knoxville News Sentinel
Check out the amazing cast for the 2013 STAR 102.1's Dancing with the Knoxville Stars event. March 22, 2013 at Knoxville Expo Center. Dusti, Mid-days at STAR 102.1, REcording artist Jordan Hill, WVLT's AManda Harra, Jewelry TV's Misty Mills, WATE's Don Dare, Actor David Keith, WBIR's Russell Biven and Knoxville News Sentinel artist Charlie Daniel. Tickets are on sale NOW at Get yours today...they go FAST.
Haslam aims for Medicaid recommendation before legislative session ends - Knoxville News Sentinel
Oak Ridge meetings to discuss benefits for sick nuclear workers – Knoxville News Sentinel: Oak Ridge meetings to...
Knoxville, TN: Northeast trying to get back on track after storm - Knoxville News Sentinel
Potluck weddings: Brides rely on community of friends, family for potluck ... - Knoxville News Sentinel
Dave Ramsey: Navigating term life insurance - Knoxville News Sentinel
Tennessee athletic department wrestling with 25 percent downturn in giving (Knoxville News Sentinel)
Samuel Smith ecstatic about diving record at state meet Knoxville News Sentinel Samuel Smith dives from the one...
Foundation aims for prize to help soldiers - Knoxville News Sentinel: Foundation aims for prize to help soldiers...
I think I've been banned about 30 times now. Not from here. I'm still working on Ban I'm talking about being banned for somewhere near the 30th time from the Knoxville News Sentinel's website. You'd think after the third or fourth, it'd have been permanent. But no. This time around, it was for challenging the notion that there's more than one race within the human species. Of course, there isn't. We're all *** sapiens and we're all from the same general area of the planet. Because of this, race-based nonsense is just that - nonsense. There are no other races. We're all human. I've never seen a "black" or "white" or "red" or "yellow" person (unless, of course, they were suffering from a discoloring disease like frostbite or jaundice or something, but that naturally doesn't count). We're all varying shades of brown. Except to Jack Lail and the Knoxville News Sentinel. We're still separate but equal in their eyes. Grow up, older generations. Racism is a pile of nonsense YOU created. The newer generations kn ...
A good, long Knoxville News-Sentinel piece on the downturn in athletics giving at Tennessee:
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David Moon: Last century's economy is thing of the past - Knoxville News Sentinel
Tennessee athletic department wrestling with downturn in giving - Knoxville News Sentinel
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