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Legal and public notices for the week of September 24, 2018

NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S SALE   WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated May 9, 2014, executed by LLOYD D. ALBRIGHT, NA…
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39th ANNUAL GREEK FEST – A DELICIOUS KNOXVILLE TRADITION

  Dates/time: Sept. 28 , 29, and 30; Fri and Sat 11:00 a.m. 10:00 p.m., Sun 11:00 6:00 The 39th annual Greek Fest will take place at St. George Greek Orthodox Church and is sure to once again…
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The Knoxville Focus for September 24, 2018

Police Advisory and Review Committee celebrates 20 years By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com The Knoxville Police Advisory and Review Committee celebrated 20 years of service as a mediator between t…
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Enough is Enough: Kavanaugh Circus Must End

By Steve Hunley Any reasonable person would have to conclude the hearings on the nomination for Judge Brett Kavanaugh to serve on the U. S. Supreme Court is nothing less than a circus. Kavanaugh shou…
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Knox County Sheriff Tom Spangler meets with media

The Knox County Sheriff's office hosted a Media Luncheon last week where Sheriff Spangler's team recognized the partnership between the department and media. Sheriff Spangler spoke on the departm…
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Tennessee Talking Horse: Congressman Dan Kuykendall

By Ray Hill Dan Kuykendall (pronounced Kirk-en-dall) was the first Republican to be elected to Congress from West Tennessee since 1882.  Kuykendall was also the first Republican to represent E. H. C…
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South-Doyle’s second-half play takes sting out of Hornets

By Steve Williams South-Doyle fans' view of their team's sideline wasn't a pretty sight. The Cherokees' Elijah Young, one of the state's top running backs, was nursing "bumps and bruisesâ…
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Lady Bulldogs shut out rival Farragut 4-0

  By Ken Lay Bearden High School girls soccer coach Ryan Radcliffe wasn't sure what to expect when his team took the field Thursday night. But it didn't take him long to like what he saw as the L…
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Art Market Gallery’s Special “Bedazzled” Exhibit for Tennessee Craft Week

  "BeDazzled" a special show featuring the Art Market Gallery's five jewelry artisans will be on display in the Art Market Gallery throughout October. This show is being held in conjunction…
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Keep Knoxville Beautiful to Host 4th Year of Unique Musical Fundraiser

Keep Knoxville Beautiful (KKB) will host its 4th annual Rocky Top Pickin' Party on Friday, September 28, 2018. This family-friendly event is unlike any other in Knoxville. KKB's Rocky Top Pickinâ…
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Knoxville Oktoberfest 2018

Come celebrate Oktoberfest with us in South Knoxville. We will be celebrating this German tradition with beer, food, live music and Tennessee Football. Schdeule:Opening Ceremony: 10:00amWe will be ta…
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Great Smoky Mountain Food Days Returns with Two-Day Culinary and Cultural Experience

The event will educate and celebrate the culture and food traditions of the Great Smoky Mountain region On Sept. 28 and 29, 2018, Great Smoky Mountain Food Days returns with a two-day culinary and cu…
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Handcrafted Knoxville Festival 2018

Celebrate American and Tennessee Craft Week at Handcrafted Knoxville! With more than 100 juried artists and craftsmen, it is a exceptional exhibit and sale of art and craft. Meet the artists who are …
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Speakers share management expertise at Pellissippi State

Business leaders will share their secrets of success at Pellissippi State Community College this fall, and the public is invited to learn from them as well. Pellissippi States new Leadership Manageme…
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This Week’s Tennessee Tourism Round Up

Fall fun officially kicks off across the state with ghost hunts, pumpkin patches, corn mazes, hay rides and autumn festivals. Here's what's going on across Tennessee this week. For a complete lis…
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