Archives June 2018

Volume 30 Issue 46

News

07-26-2018 Kingston Pike Village Phase 1 site plan passes FMPC despite conditions, concerns
07-26-2018 Doctor Sager Highway
07-26-2018 Pinchok ‘giddy’ on Town-county center
07-26-2018 Mission of Hope ready for ‘Tax Free Weekend’
07-26-2018 FHS ‘4’ cleared in death lawsuit
07-26-2018 Police Report

Presstalk

07-26-2018 presstalks

Opinion

07-26-2018 letters to the editor

School

07-26-2018 Hardin Valley Academy Two Blues STEM Camp
07-26-2018 Simpson’s back: new KCS prez
07-26-2018 2018-19 profile: Farragut High School
07-26-2018 New Year, New School

Business

07-26-2018 With 3 generations, Pattersons marks 25 years
07-26-2018 ‘Angel-like’ Dixie Lee helps small dog rescue
07-26-2018 business briefs

Community

07-26-2018 Italy comes to Farragut

Sports

07-26-2018 Keeping ‘Green’ pastures with FHS softball future
07-26-2018 German lacrosse dominant versus FHS, but Clark happy with overall experience
07-26-2018 Gilliam heads FDCC 18-Hole champs

Volume 30 Issue 45

News

07-19-2018 A win for all?
07-19-2018 Tragedy for Preston family as patriarch found deceased
07-19-2018 With 9 1st-place awards, farragutpress dominates TPA ‘Ideas’ class
07-19-2018 No more jumping around!
07-19-2018 Get clues, win big!
07-19-2018 Ex-mayors honored at ‘Admiral’ unveiling
07-19-2018 Markli answers late financial disclosure issue; is ‘transparent’
07-19-2018 police reports

Presstalk

07-19-2018 presstalk

Opinion

07-19-2018 letters to the editor
07-19-2018 letters to the editor
07-19-2018 No more negative

School

07-19-2018 Snider brings 31+years to CCS as new interim Head of School
07-19-2018 Familiar face at the helm

Business

07-19-2018 Belew: nation’s BEST ‘Neighbor?’
07-19-2018 Have you found Nailvana?
07-19-2018 business briefs

Community

07-19-2018 Unimaginable heartbreak prevention
07-19-2018 With 400+ volunteer hours, HVA’s Fleenor on ORSSAB student representative
07-19-2018 Shop Farragut/Farragut Business Alliance hosts Red, White & Blues Jam II

Sports

07-19-2018 8 VG Gators still bonding as adults

Volume 30 Issue 44

News

07-12-2018 More roadwork to come
07-12-2018 Williams refutes ‘untrue opinions’
07-12-2018 Special letter to the editor
07-12-2018 Kingston Pike Village plans discussed by Town staff
07-12-2018 Town set to purchase former church site as new senior/community center
07-12-2018 Jungle Float nix battled
07-12-2018 Brookmere Phase 1, Virtue Road Improvement details laid out
07-12-2018 Harkins retires, praises new Farragut traffic head Davis

Presstalk

07-12-2018 press talk

Opinion

07-12-2018 letters to the editor
07-12-2018 guest views BOMA
07-12-2018 guest views BOMA

School

07-12-2018 Mull invited to prestigious Tennessee Arts Academy
07-12-2018 FHS pair place high at HOSA International

Business

07-12-2018 Rather & Kittrell cracks Financial Times’ top 300
07-12-2018 business briefs

Community

07-12-2018 Sharing her love of art
07-12-2018 Gooding new Strang director
07-12-2018 Independence Day Parade
07-12-2018 Why is most chocolate so dangerous for dogs?

Sports

07-12-2018 Hawks football, soccer ‘artificial nest’
07-12-2018 German U-19 Lacrosse National team coming to FHS July 19 vs. Ads boys

Volume 30 Issue 43

News

07-05-2018 Pinchok 4th Farragut mayor
07-05-2018 Swan-Ivey first read: BOMA 4-0
07-05-2018 McFee Park expansion is $2.1M less in final FY 19 budget
07-05-2018 ‘Drums Across Smokies’ back at FHS July 12
07-05-2018 police reports
07-05-2018 Early voting in Town Hall July 13-28

Presstalk

07-05-2018 presstalk 671-TALK

Opinion

07-05-2018 guest view BOMA
07-05-2018 letters to the editor
07-05-2018 letters to the editor

School

07-05-2018 ‘Baptism by fire’

Business

07-05-2018 ‘Series’ is ‘social media legal’
07-05-2018 Lump sum pension, backdoor Roth IRA Q & A

Community

07-05-2018 Lemon ‘aid’
07-05-2018 Yeagle, 85, going strong as dance class instructor
07-05-2018 Sounds of Summer and Lawn Chair Concert Series
07-05-2018 John Ward: color Fox Den in a sea of flowers, plants

Sports

07-05-2018 Michalski resigns HVA baseball job
07-05-2018 Local HS alumni have the ‘Force’