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Saturday, Feb 8th Knoxville Bar Association, in partnership with Legal Aid of East Tennessee, will host a Debt Relief Legal Advice Clinic for pre-screened individuals beginning at 9:30 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 8, in Knox County Public Defender’s Community Law Office, 1101 Liberty St. in Knoxville. Clients accepted for the clinic should arrive no later than 9:35 a.m.   United States Bankruptcy Judge Suzanne H. Bauknight will begin the clinic with an overview about debt issues, the bankruptcy system and reasons why someone may not need to file bankruptcy.  Clients will then be paired with KBA volunteer attorneys to discuss debt relief options. Those who qualify through pre-screening will receive a packet to be completed and brought to the clinic along with tax returns and pay stubs. To be pre-screened, call LAET’s Knoxville office at 865-637-0484 or visit www.laet.org and click on “Begin Client Intake.”
Tuesday, Feb 25th Join master gardeners Marsha Lehman and Jan Gangwer to learn which trees and shrubs can be pruned now, as well as the tools and best practices in pruning.  This free public event is scheduled from 1 to 2 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 25, at West Knox County Senior Center, 239 Jamestowne Blvd, Suite 101, in Farragut. For more information, call 865-288-7805.

Regrouping after flood, The Yarn Haven at West End

Farragut West Knox Chamber of Commerce welcomed The Yarn Haven, 139 West End Ave. in Farragut, as one of its newest members, hosting a ribbon cutting Wednesday, Jan. 22, at the shop. It offers everything a knitter or crotchetier would want — needles, accessories, patterns, lots of models to provide inspiration and skeins and skeins of yarn in all colors. “We have a lot of buttons, too,” owner Sandy Gray said. “... We have a few beads for adding to the knitting and crocheting.”

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Kindergarten thru 6th: Farragut LEGO Club started at library

The Farragut branch of Knox County Public Library has started a LEGO Club at the library. Kindergartners through sixthgraders can enjoy sharing LEGO bricks with children their own age for an hour once a month in the library, 417 N. Campbell Station Road. The club is broken down into a kindergarten through second grade group, while the other group is for children in third- through sixth-grades.

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Robert H. Leonard Service Award earned by Webb School’s DiBiase  Read More

Compelling speakers, local ties to polio eradication with Rotary Club Farragut  Read More

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Free Jam & Juice fitness class at Pinnacle set to start Jan. 28  Read More

Citizenship prep at CUMC Jan. 25-March 28  Read More


Hawks hold on in Sexton Gym  Read More

Wyatt, ‘Ace,’ Rogers lead FHS past Grice, Bass, HVA  Read More

Bulldogs win  Read More

BHS girls roll  Read More

Tough injury forfeits at tourney for FHS wrestling pair  Read More