The seventh Introduction to Farragut class “graduated” Wednesday, Nov. 6. read more
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Monday, Nov 18th Knoxville Writers’ Group Knoxville Writers’ Group meets a week early this month, which runs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 20, at Holiday Inn West, Cedar Bluff,  9134 Executive Park Drive. Don Mitchell, Carson-Newman University professor and author of Front Porch Chats, will be featured speaker.  All-inclusive lunch is $14, payable at the door.Reservations by noon, Monday, Nov. 18, to
Tuesday, Nov 19th Stop the Bleed training and certification Stop the Bleed training and certification is from 1 to 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 19. This class is part of the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma’s effort to save lives by teaching the civilian population to provide vital initial response to stop uncontrolled bleeding in emergency situations. This class and certification are free. However, registration is required. Register by Monday, Nov. 18, at, in person at Town Hall , 11408 Municipal Center Drive, or by phone at 865-218-3375.
Tuesday, Nov 19th Faith and Justice Legal Advice Clinics Knoxville Bar Association announces two Faith and Justice Legal Advice Clinics will be held from 3 to 6 p.m , Tuesday, Nov. 19, in Arnstein Jewish Community Center, 6800 Deane Hill Drive.
Friday, Nov 22nd “Black Stone Cherry” “Black Stone Cherry” will return with another riotous, rip-roaring tribute to its blues heroes on “Black To Blues Volume 2,” beginning at 9 p.m., Friday, Nov. 22, at Cotton Eyed Joe, 11220 Outlet Drive. If you are interested in its upcoming performances, contact Jay Wilson at

After 6 years, The Pizza Kitchen revived

The Pizza Kitchen is back with a new location near Farragut. Owner Travis Redmon opened the business Oct. 21 at the former Empire Pizza location, 10420 Kingston Pike in Lovell Heights shopping center just east of Town limits. “It’s been fun to see former customers rediscover us,” he said. The restaurant offers pizzas more on the gourmet spectrum. “It’s the New York-style with flair,” Redmon said. “We have your basics, from pepperoni and Mama Mia, which would almost be like a supreme, to off-the-grid items, which would be like a Thai pie, which is a peanut sauce-based pizza — it’s incredible. We also have the pesto swirl, which is (in our) top three favorites. “So, we mix up the classics, with some off-the-grid items people love,” he added. “We’ve got a pumpkin pizza right now that’s our special.” The Pizza Kitchen’s fare also leans more toward a healthier choice.

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Students teach local leaders in FHS setting

Education was turned on its head Tuesday morning, Nov. 5, at Farragut High School, where students were teaching programming skills to elected officials. Groups of students from seven Knox County Schools gave more than 30 Farragut, Knox County and state-elected officials lessons on coding as part of PolitiCode, a fun-filled half hour giving officials a unique insight into not just future technology but what students are learning today. “It’s happening now,” said Brandon Bruce, founding member of Knoxville Technology Council. “These are our future entrepreneurs. This is our future workforce … the talent is all in this room.” Officials went from room to room where students from FHS, HVA, Northshore Elementary, Dogwood Elementary, Vine Middle, Holston Middle and South-Doyle High School interacted with them on exercises.

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Lee discovers, by accident, quilting helps soothe PTSD; ‘Combat Quilter’ international  Read More

Concord Road Phase 1 work laid out — no timetable  Read More

Horn to lead community meeting at FHS Nov. 19  Read More

Students teach local leaders in FHS setting  Read More

‘Enthused’ Intro to Farragut Class of ’19 shares  Read More

Tellico Village VFW Post steps up  Read More


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After 6 years, The Pizza Kitchen revived  Read More

Southern Style Market a new complement to Shae Design Studio  Read More


Youth look to entertain, honor their elders of merit  Read More

Tiny Saints Tea honored veterans Nov. 12  Read More

‘Maggie Mae’s’ possible extra eyelashes would, if painful, require surgery  Read More

Hale recalls town’s legal history  Read More

Fall Festivals  Read More

$44,414 for ACS chapter wins for Brockamp of His  Read More


Points parade for Farragut in rematch rout vs. Bradley  Read More

McMinn attack thwarted by BHS ‘healthier’ defense  Read More

Tucker, future Clemson Tiger, an Under Armour All-American  Read More

Quick Division II-AA playoff exits  Read More