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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
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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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sharing Public art spreading in Knoxville - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Failed education bills on radar for next session - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Foster Cather: Coyotes problem for people, pets in West Hills area - Knoxville News Sentinel: Foster Cather: C...
Nervous robber flees without the cash, his sandwich - Knoxville News Sentinel
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.
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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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Southern Airways Express may land at Destin Airport: An article posted on Knoxville News Sentinel website, how...
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
What's going on? White House celebrates the sounds of Memphis soul - Knoxville News Sentinel
Director of recruiting J.R. Sandlin no longer with UT football - Evan Woodbery, Knoxville News Sentinel
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We are very proud to be featured in today's Knoxville News Sentinel! You'll find our very own headmaster, George...
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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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Check out what the Knoxville News Sentinel's Roger Killen was pairing with Albarino last week... seafood paella!
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What's going on SA? YourNews: Maryville College announces commencement speaker - Knoxville News Sentinel
UT has new nurse practitioner options » Knoxville News Sentinel: MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The dean of the Univers...
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Roof relishing his homecoming at Georgia Tech - 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
Elbow surgery keeping Davis Tarwater out of the pool – Knoxville News Sentinel: Elbow surgery keeping Davi...
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Scales & Arpeggios Lakers, Jazz gear up for stretch run for 8th seed - Knoxville News Sentinel: Hudson Hub-Tim...
Ellington returns to South Carolina football - Knoxville News Sentinel
Here in Knoxville, TN the News-Sentinel exposed all sorts of absent security that the School Board billed the County $Millions
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AC on ticket scalpers bill: Ashley Capps of AC Entertainment has an op-ed in today's Knoxville News Sentinel r...
Strategy aims to create audience for TV pilot - Knoxville News Sentinel
Police: Hawkins man tried to flush marijuana when officers raided home - Knoxville News Sentinel: Police: Hawk...
Forecast: Mostly sunny with highs in low-50s - Knoxville News Sentinel
Tenn. has $170K available to help organic farmers - Knoxville News Sentinel
Biographical info on the late Steve Jobs - 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
Knoxville man of peace: Vindication tempered by human costs - Knoxville News Sentinel: Knoxville man of peace:...
East Tennessee youth has few memories of war that took his father - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Knoxville News Spilled Sprite may have led to deadly argument: J. MILES CARY/NEWS SENTINEL Shell casings are m...
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
Dave Ramsey: Tips for setting up teen's car insurance (Knoxville News Sentinel)
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, avantisavoia.com; 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...
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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!
U. of Tennessee's green efforts recognized by EPA | Knoxville News Sentinel |
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
From the Knoxville News Sentinel: owner Jimmy Haslam reassumes role as CEO of Pilot Flying J:
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 etch.com 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:
Firefighters respond to restaurant kitchen fire - Knoxville News Sentinel:
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
Lattimore's goal is to play this fall in NFL » Knoxville News Sentinel Mobile (via
Terry Morrow: Beloved News Sentinel cartoonist agrees to go on 'Dancing with the Knoxville Stars' -
Summer Camps 2013 - Submission form news and information. Knoxville News Sentinel brings you the most current Summer Camps 2013 - Submission form news and information available.
River’s Edge Christian Academy held its annual Chili Cook-Off and Baking Contest where more than 300 attendees and participants shared one another’s crockpots of homemade chili from lava hot to overly mild at the event.
When Alabama teacher Bob Grisham went on a rant against "fat butt Michelle Obama" and *** " an unidentified student was recording his remarks.
News release from Larry Crim campaign: According to a Federal Election Commission Statement of Candidacy filed with the Secretary of the U.S. Senate in Washington, D.C., Larry Crim of Nashville, Tenn
Retired Air Force Colonel Steve Asher has been named acting Associate Administrator for Defense Nuclear Security/Chief of Defense Nuclear Security at the NNSA. Asher had been the Group Commander and Chief of Police for the 341st Space Wing at Malmstrom Air Force Base, and then the manager of a Targe...
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Farragut's Jonathan King commits to kick at Tennessee Tech - Knoxville News Sentinel
Personalized funeral and cremation services delivered with the highest level of care and compassion. Rose Mortuary has served the families of Knoxville for over 125 years. Recognized as the Best Funeral Home by Knoxville News Sentinel readers in the 11th annual East Tennessee’s Best Readers Poll.
ADDY entry dropoff today at Knoxville News Sentinel. 2-6pm. Go for the gold.
Car bombs kill at least 22 in northern Syria - Knoxville News Sentinel
Hard times came to America with the Great Recession, curing many of us of our spending addictions, reacquainting us with thrift, exposing the downside of debt and quite likely electing a president, a president who promised to take care of the poor. The Great Recession also brought a great debate abo...
Three day rainfall totals across the region » Knoxville News Sentinel
Greg Johnson: Ruling begets new list of questions in Pigeon Forge liquor vote - Knoxville News Sentinel G
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Turner calls for investigation of DCSKnoxville News SentinelState Rep. Mike Turner, right, watches Rep. Johnny Shaw...
LSU women's tennis has new assistant coach - Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville had another 2.75 inches of rain Tuesday » Knoxville News Sentinel
Newly returned to Knoxville, inmate to stand trial in wife's 2005 killing » Knoxville News Sentinel
Editorial: Board should reject two country clubs' greenbelt tax appeal - Knoxville News Sentinel
Terry Shaw: New business owner promotes sustainable agriculture within the city - Knoxville News Sentinel
U. of Tennessee photo exhibit offers glimpse into presidencies | Knoxville News Sentinel |
ADDY entry drop off tomorrow at the Knoxville News Sentinel from 2-6. Are you prepared to be a Wizard of Adz?
Fox Dogs is serving lunch today Knoxville News Sentinel! Today we will bring in the delicious grilled dogs, tails, and Italian sausages! See you soon!
Public feedback wanted on science standards - Knoxville News Sentinel
(A message from the Director of Schools) January 2013 Dear Community Members, The Blount County Schools finds itself on the verge of a financial crisis faced with a large multi-million dollar deficit and no clear solutions. The truth is that the Blount County Schools have been in fiscal crisis for the past five to six years, but have found ways to defer the true cost of operating our schools through a combination of using federal stimulus dollars, fund balance dollars and true cuts in our budget. As we have attempted to balance our budgets with one-time funds and cuts, the budget deficit has continued to grow larger as a result of state mandated increases. The cuts to our budget have come at a time of higher standards and greater accountability, yet we have made great progress over the past three years with achievement and academic growth gains. The BCS continue to function and operate below the state average in per-pupil spending, but achieve above the state average in performance. After our well intenti ...
Roane County man who lost 4 family members in wreck fatally shoots son - Knoxville News Sentinel
Quick on the draw - Knoxville News Sentinel: Quick on the drawKnoxville News SentinelShe has had a smattering of...
The new year marks a major milestone for us all. In 2013, we're celebrating 30 years of "Straight from the Heart", that's 30 years of finding the right words to describe what life is like here at home. You've show us that includes standing strong for those who need it, being thankful for the good ti...
State, not school boards may soon approve charter schools in Tennessee - Knoxville News Sentinel
If you run long enough, you're bound to hit what distance runners call "the wall." It happens at different times for different people, but the crucial part is what happens next.
Did anyone see our exciting announcement in collaboration with the Friends of the Knox County Public Library in the Knoxville News Sentinel yesterday?
Prosser Road was closed due to overnight flooding on Monday morning, Jan. 14, 2013.
At Craigs Hardware Store, When I was ready to pay for my purchases of gunpowder and bullets the cashier said, "Strip down, facing me." Making a mental note to complain to Knoxville News & Sentinel about the gun registry people running amok, I did just as she had instructed. When the hysterical shrieking had finally subsided, I found out that she was referring to my credit card. I have been asked to shop elsewhere in the future. They need to make their instructions to us seniors a little clearer!
We appreciate *** Lyons including a write-up about our Legacy Dinner in her Knoxville News Sentinel column yesterday. Good stuff! ow.ly/gN13w
The RIDE: Financial stress just an obstacle to overcome - Knoxville News Sentinel: The RIDE: Financial s...
“Talk is Cheap Tour” at Rose Center January 20, 2013 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Rose Center is proud to present the “Talk is Cheap Tour” featuring Jim Claborn, Bill Landry, Sam Venable and Elizabeth Rose on Sunday, January 20, at 2:00 p.m. in Prater Hall. The four friends gave their first performance of “Talk is Cheap” in August and had a request for a second show before they even took the stage together. The calls keep coming so the Tour continues. It is hardly surprising that they are in such a great demand; the four are some of the best known and best loved performers in East Tennessee. Local son, Jim Claborn, is known as a popular history teacher, Davy Crockett re-enactor, storyteller and good ol’ boy. After hosting the beloved Heartland Series on WBIR-TV for 25 years, Bill Landry has met more unique characters and has enjoyed more first-hand traditional activities than most and has a bounty of tales to tell of those experiences. Sam Venable shares his wit and wisdom weekly in his popular colum ...
Much of East Tennessee under flood watch until Wednesday - Knoxville News Sentinel
Tupelo to have craft beer festival - Knoxville News Sentinel
Channon Christian remembered as court fight continues » Knoxville News Sentinel
David Climer: Have the Titans evolved into the Raiders?: Knoxville News Sentinel » NASHVILLE - Mayb...
The Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts has been a regional gem for decades.
We are so tremendously honored to be included in Knoxville News Sentinel's list of the top 10 restaurants of all...
Good Friday morning.Lots to get into today.. 700: John Thornton (Former Titans-Bengals, now a talk show host in Cincinnati) 730: Mike Strange from Knoxville News Sentinel. 800: Vince Gill with his In-Vince-ible picks and a special guest picker and you will want to hear this. 830: Legendary wrestler Rowdy Roddy Piper.
Happy to see z11 client and friend, Southern Casting in the Knoxville News Sentinel today.
SEVIERVILLE — At the foot of the Smoky Mountains in the very back of the Hodsden-Hicks Industrial Park, workers practice the art of melting aluminum to create castings made out of sand molds.
Boehner survived the defections of 12 Republicans from the most conservative wing of the caucus to become Speaker of the House.
60 pounds of radioactive waste removed from bankrupt plant – Knoxville News Sentinel: 60 pounds of radio...
G: Texans, Bengals meet in wild-card game again - Knoxville News Sentinel: FS Southwest Texans, Bengals meet in wild…
Houston's Johnson looks to build on best season - Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville, TN: Bieber calls for tough rules after paparazzo death - Knoxville News Sentinel
Trails at Panther Creek State Park provide antidote to cabin fever - Knoxville News Sentinel
Coal mine accidents kill 19 workers in US in 2012 - Knoxville News Sentinel
Injured THP trooper on slow road to recovery » Knoxville News Sentinel
Larisa Brass: Biofuel market for switchgrass fails to materialize - Knoxville News Sentinel
Accounting: Angelia Nystrom: Court upholds tax-free transfer of stock - Knoxville News Sentinel
DOE facilities in Oak Ridge do work for other fed agencies – Knoxville News Sentinel: DOE facilities in Oak Ridg...
UN says more than 60 dead in Syrian civil war - Knoxville News Sentinel: UN…
Emma and William most popular baby names in Tenn. - Knoxville News Sentinel :
William, Emma still top baby names in Tennessee - Knoxville News Sentinel
Letter: Taxing guns, video games not helpful - Knoxville News Sentinel Letter: Taxing guns, video
Dietary team offers cookbook full of recipes we can live with - Knoxville News Sentinel: Dietary team offers coo...
New year, new skills: Local authors offer healthy recipes and lessons - Knoxville News Sentinel by -
Post-Denard era begins now for Michigan - Knoxville News Sentinel
Girl Life Madisonville girl improving, Ohio boy fighting for life after wreck kills 4 - Knoxville News Sentinel
Holiday eve travel: Killing time at the bus station » Knoxville News Sentinel
We want to support our friends and fellow small business owners at Cafe 4 restaurant on Market Square, Jim and Lori Klonaris. Unfortunately, the Knoxville News Sentinel misrepresented their recent health score. Cafe 4 actually scored a 92 but the newspaper reported a 72. Jim and Lori work diligently to maintain a stellar reputation and the mistake is discouraging. If this comes up in your conversations over the holidays please help this small business set the record straight.
Santa's hats off to the Knoxville News Sentinel on spearheading another amazing effort for the Empty Stocking Fund!
David Goddard: 'Why?' is often the hardest question in the wake of tragedies - Knoxville News Sentinel
Michigan is up, Notre Dame is down and the Texas Longhorns are still in a league of their own.
Samsung pulls away from Apple in smartphone market, research firm reports - Knoxville News Sentinel
From our friends at Campaign for America's Wilderness. Echoing last Sundays editorial in the Knoxville News Sentinel.
Tennessee homeowners facing possible foreclosure can call a free hotline for help.
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DANDRIDGE — One vote made the difference Tuesday night when zoning officials gave the go-ahead to Carson-Newman College's proposed body farm.
Full court press: LMU law school working *** ABA reapplication - Knoxville News Sentinel
At public meetings, fights over prayer drag on - Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville, TN: David Hunter: Christmas has never been what it seems - Knoxville News Sentinel
Nonprofit announces new Cumberland River Center - Knoxville News Sentinel: Nonprofit announces new Cu...
Letter: Teach, love children to stop the madness - Knoxville News Sentinel: Letter: Teach, love children to stop...
Aviation brigade details progress in Afghanistan - Knoxville News Sentinel
Holiday travel up across state and nation - Knoxville News Sentinel: Holiday travel up across stat...
Expansion of Lewisburg company to create new jobs - Knoxville News Sentinel: Expansion of Lewisburg company to c...
State offers free mortgage assistance hotline - Knoxville News Sentinel
Fire department in Dyer wants new engines - Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville, TN: Cowboys top Steelers in overtime 27-24 - Knoxville News Sentinel
Loudon man charged with 'doctor-shopping' for second time - Knoxville News Sentinel: Loudon man charged with 'do...
Morning! Some school closings today: Etowah Schools and Union County Schools are closed today because of illness... Union County Schools expected to reopen Monday, the 10th. In the news today: The Tennessee Department of Health has announced that county health department clinics statewide are giving free flu vaccines to people of all ages until supplies are gone; the Knoxville News Sentinel reports that Senior Judge Walter Kurtz rejected a request to delay a retrial hearing for three defendants in the 2007 torture-slayings of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom in Knoxville; and a move that would allow Tennessee grocery stores to sell wine is already gathering momentum.
Louisville coach Charlie Strong, according to the Knoxville News Sentinel and ESPN's Chris Low, appears to have emerged as the Volunteer's top choice. His hiring could be announced as early as Wednesday.
After years of working on invention, engineer turns golf club into business - Knoxville News Sentinel
Election in Catalan region tests Spain's unity - Knoxville News Sentinel: Irish TimesElection in ...
Coming Soon! – Award-winning Knoxville News Sentinel columnist, Sam Venable will be the “Voice of ABR” in...
Hey Mark...John Adams of the Knoxville News Sentinel had an article this morningon why Tennessee should hire Petrino...
St. Thomas is holding its annual Chili Cookoff on Saturday, December 8th at 6:00 p.m. There is no charge to come and sample the best offerings of our cooks. If you would like to enter your chili in the contest, there is a $25 entry fee. We will have celebrity judging by Knoxville News Sentinel staff, headed by David Hunter, as well as a People’s Choice category. To enter, please contact the church at (865) 688-2741 or Bruce Ragon at (865) 938-0414. Again, there is no charge to sample and vote for your favorite chili. Drinks and condiments will be provided. St. Thomas is located on Merchants Road between Clinton Hwy and Pleasant Ridge Road; about 1 block west of Norwood Elementary and across the street from Norwood Methodist Church.
Knoxville News Sentinel (Link) by Mat Lakin The former soldier from Sweetwater, Tenn., who beat charges of war crimes has won another legal victory. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces l...
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Free meals for active duty military and veterans on Veterans Day - Knoxville News Sentinel (blog)
Latest batch of lake sturgeon swim in the French Broad - Knoxville News Sentinel
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KPD officer invovled in shooting at West Town Mall - Knoxville News Sentinel
State Republicans outspending Democrats 3-to-1 in legislative campaigns - Knoxville News Sentinel
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Read the Obituary and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. | FENDLEY, DONALD HOWARD - was born December 12, 1945 and passed away in Knoxville on August 2, 2012 in Knoxville. Don was the son of W.R. and Minnie Fendley. He had a great life as a young boy
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Two of three suspects arrested in fatal East Knoxville robbery - Knoxville News Sentinel
Austin-East sophomores surprised with iPads - Knoxville News Sentinel
KNOXVILLE NEWS SENTINEL: Vote Gary Johnson b/c there's not much difference between Democrats and Republicans.
UConn resumes practice for game at South Florida - Knoxville News Sentinel
Snow on Mount LeConte and other peaks in the Smokies has reached 17 inches... and it's still snowing. Also, Highway 441 through the Smokies has been closed until further notice. Be wary if you are traveling to/from the Smokies this week! For more info, read the Knoxville News Sentinel article here:
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Will is currently being moved into a regular room now. KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The parents of a Tennessee high school football player who suffered a head injury during a game are optimistic their son won't need brain surgery. Medical technicians flew Grace Christian running back Will McKamey to Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga after he collapsed Friday night during Grace's 47-27 win in South Pittsburg, about 30 miles west of Chattanooga. McKamey's father, Grace Christian football coach Randy McKamey, told The Knoxville News Sentinel () a second brain scan showed no increased brain pressure and that surgery wasn't needed at that point. Randy McKamey expects Will to remain in the Intensive Care Unit for a few more days and could be moved to a recovery room if his condition continues to improve. He is hopeful that Will will be able to play football again someday soon. McKamey committed in late September to play football at Navy.
I THINK THIS KINDA SUMS UP THE MITT ROMNEY IN A "NUT" SHELL. Charles A. Omarzu, Loudon In his Gettysburg address, Abraham Lincoln advocated "government of the people, by the people and for the people." In his presidential campaign speeches, Mitt Romney has, in effect, advocated government of the people, by the corporations and for the corporations. If you were to ask him about this, he would no doubt reply that since "corporations are people," he is saying the same thing as Lincoln. How sad that the Republican Party has degenerated from Honest Abe to Mitt the Misleader. An old sales adage is: "Sell the sizzle, not the steak." Romney seems to be all sizzle. When you look for the steak, all you can get is some overcooked cliches Take one of his favorites: "You can't spend what you don't have." Well, duh, of course you can't. That's why people borrow money. And even if they weren't "people," corporations would also borrow money. You can bank on it. Of course, some people can simply get money from their rich ...
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This NOAA satellite image taken Sunday, October 28, 2012 at 01:45 AM EDT shows Hurricane Sandy over off the coast of North and South Carolina. (AP…
Well, well! First, I am not a fan of the Des Moines Register and it's ridiculously liberal, America-harming views but I do find it fascinating that our current President has done such a lousy job that not even they can endorse him. Equally interesting, the uber-liberal Knoxville News Sentinel (where I live) could not bring themselves to endorse Obama, so they simply discontinued endorsing Presidential candidates. The hypocrisy is sadly hilarious!
12 years ago the Knoxville News Sentinel refused to print South Carolina's football schedule. 3 in a row. 38-35. Print that.
BRICEVILLE — Local residents carrying protest signs greeted a fledgling nonprofit's first program to acquaint schoolchildren with creek life in their backyard 12 years ago.
Chris Smither is one of those rare artists who seems to get a little better with each passing year. His style is a little easier. His voice and musicality a little deeper. He's more relaxed. Smither, whose new album is called "Hundred Dollar Valentine," hit fame early with the song "Love You Like a ...
Are You Wearing Your Helmet? "A 50-year-old construction worker in Knoxville, Tennessee, survived his January 14 impalement by a 3-foot-long, 3-inch-thick metal rod that fell off of a bridge and which went point-first through the man's skull and neck, coursed down his trunk, and stopped only when completely embedded in his body. "He was semiconscious at the scene but talkative later at the University of Tennessee Medical Center. The man was not wearing the required hard hat." Knoxville News Sentinel, 01.16.02 Thought: Christian brother or sister, are you wearing your hard hat? "And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God" (Ephesians 6:17).
Oct. 25--A public-private collaboration that began several years ago pays off today with the official announcement that electronic security company ADT Corp. will expand its Knox County Customer Monitoring Center. ADT officials are expected to be joined by Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett, Knoxville
I remember last year after CAK beat Alcoa the CAK coach was quoted by the Knoxville News Sentinel saying God was with their boys. Wonder what he thinks tonight. Great game by both teams. Horrible refs. Go Tornadoes!
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