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Halls High School lockdown ends after social media threat  WVLT.TV

Halls High School principal Mark Duff said the school was on a 'soft lockdown' after reports of a threat made on social media surfaced overnight.



New Halls football coach is Scott Cummings, who won state title at West  Knoxville News Sentinel

Scott Cummings has been the coach at Cleveland for the past four seasons. Previously he was at West for 13 seasons and won a state title in 2014.



Halls High School drum line preps for world championships  WVLT.TV

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - The Halls High School drum line hosted a marathon performance day Saturday. They have been doing this program for 15 years.



Halls High School to hold balloon release for 18-year-old senior killed in crash  WBIR.com

An overnight single car crash in Halls has killed one person, according to KCSO.



Halls hires football coach Jeremy Bosken from Cleveland  Knoxville News Sentinel

Halls' new football coach is Jeremy Bosken, who was offensive coordinator and strength coach at Cleveland last season. The biggest selling point for Bosken ...



Halls Madrigals set to perform on Dec. 13 & 14  WBIR.com

Halls High School Holiday Extravaganza featuring the Halls High Madrigals on Dec. 13 & 14 7pm at Halls Middle School. Call 865-925-7729 to reserve tickets ...



Powell picks up where it left off when Matt Lowe left  Knoxville News Sentinel

Powell cruises to a win in first game under Matt Lowe since 2011 state championship game.



Leading from the sidelines | Halls captain inspires team after injury, health problems  WVLT.TV

Colby Johnson paces the sidelines of the Halls High School football field. It's Wednesday. The Red Devils are preparing for a Friday game, but all Johnson can ...



Clinton High School through the years  Knoxville News Sentinel

Clinton High School students, from left, Jo Ann Allen, Alvah McSwain, and Theresser Caswell are pictured Aug. 30, 1956, during integration at the school that ...



UT Vols golf: Brennan Webb brings Halls graduate Jake Hall from MTSU  Knoxville News Sentinel

Less than a month after he was named as the men's head golf coach at the University of Tennessee, Brennan Webb hauled in three of the state's top recruits.



Christmas 2018: A guide to Knoxville, East Tennessee holiday parades  Knoxville News Sentinel

Several East Tennessee towns will host Christmas parades starting in December. Here's a list of 17 of them.



Halls, Lenoir City name new basketball coaches  Knoxville News Sentinel

Halls promoted coaches for its girls and boys basketball programs, and Lenoir City hired Sweetwater's boys coach.



Prom 2019: TLC’s 'Say Yes to the Prom' tour makes Knoxville stop  Knoxville News Sentinel

More than 60 Gibbs High students enjoyed an ultimate prom “shopping” experience during a two-hour field trip to Discovery national operations headquarters.



Get a free flu shot this weekend  WBIR.com

Flu cases are already being reported in East Tennessee, so this is the perfect time to protect yourself.



Cummings leaves Blue Raiders  Cleveland Daily Banner

Headed back home where he left as a state champion, Scott Cummings has resigned as the Cleveland High head football coach to accept a job offer at Halls ...



Tom Poisal, Jonathan Smith named basketball coaches at Halls  Knoxville News Sentinel

Halls High School has hired Tom Poisal as girls basketball coach and Jonathan Smith as boys basketball coach to replace Randy Moore.



Halls High School student hurt in shop accident  WBIR.com

(KNOXVILLE) A Halls High School student was treated Friday at an area hospital after suffering an injury while working with a piece of "shop equipment," ...



Mom opens up, starts support group for others scourged by opioids  GoVolsXtra

Melissa Cunningham's support group, which she wants to name Fallen Sparrow, meets every Sunday at 6 p.m. at Powell Church.



Warrant: Accused molester shows up at Halls banquet  Knoxville News Sentinel

A suspected serial molester who allegedly targets teenage girls faces a new charge after showing up at a Halls High School football banquet.



Suspect arrested in Gibbs school threat ID'd as 15-year-old sophomore  Knoxville News Sentinel

Authorities have identified the suspect arrested in connection with a threat that prompted brief lockdowns at three Gibbs schools Wednesday as a 15-year-old ...



Shopper News blog: Central Baptist stretches ministry with Ninja Gym  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Shopper News blog: The Handmade Table: handcrafted furniture at its historic finest  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Knoxville real estate: Older neighborhoods a 'treasure trove' of fixer-uppers  Knoxville News Sentinel

Tired of seeing the same home over and over again? Try an older neighborhood with ranchers, Cape Cods, Spanish-style home and A-frames.



Halls football coach J.D. Overton resigns after six seasons  Knoxville News Sentinel

J.D. Overton resigned as Halls football coach on Thursday after six seasons. He is staying in education, pursuing an opportunity that doesn't include coaching, ...



Back to school 2018: Meet the new Knox County school principals  Knoxville News Sentinel

Find out who is new and who has transferred for the 2018-19 school year.



Knox School Board approves early retirement incentive plan  Knoxville News Sentinel

The Knox County Board of Education unanimously approved an early retirement incentive plan that could potentially save Knox County Schools millions of ...



2018 Knoxville-area high school football schedules  Knoxville News Sentinel

All the regular-season schedules for Knoxville area football teams.



Knoxville native Chad Finchum loves racing at 'home track'  WVLT.TV

Chad Finchum grew up in Knoxville and graduated from Halls High School.



Shopper News blog: Goal-getters: Halls Red Devil CrossFit gains a following  Knoxville News Sentinel

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2017 All-PrepXtra golf teams  Knoxville News Sentinel

(All first-team members are nominees for Girls Golfer of the Year). Lexanne Halama. Farragut, Fr. Why chosen: Halama tied for fifth in the Large Class state ...



Shopper News blog: Scouts hold annual tree sale at BRUMC  Knoxville News Sentinel

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How did Powell High School get its colors?  Knoxville News Sentinel

When trying to separate fact from fiction in regard to the history of the Powell community, Ron Evans is the man.



Gibbs community sees longtime dream come to life with new middle school  Knoxville News Sentinel

Gibbs has waited a long time for a middle school to be built in their community, and on Tuesday, July 10, the wait officially came to a halt with the ribbon cutting ...



Knoxville area high school athletes signing with colleges in November  Knoxville News Sentinel

Here is a look at the Knoxville area athletes who signed with colleges Wednesday, or plan to during the November signing period. Information below was sent ...



Gary Rankin, Bubba Trammell among 10 joining Greater Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame  Knoxville News Sentinel

Ten new members of the Greater Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame have been announced. The 37th annual dinner and induction ceremony will take place Aug.



More than 40 restaurants open Christmas Day 2018 in Knoxville, East Tennessee  Knoxville News Sentinel

If you're looking for a place to dine on Christmas Day, here is a list of local and regional restaurants to consider. Call ahead for menu, pricing and whether ...



Gibbs High School through the years  Knoxville News Sentinel

The Gibbs High School Future Farmers of America float was judged the best entry in the Dairy Month Parade June 4, 1957. On the float are Linda Copeland, left, ...



Shopper News blog: Clogging studio brings 'lost art' to elite level  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Knox County Schools, other districts suspend TNReady testing after state reports possible 'deliberate attack'  Knoxville News Sentinel

Knox County Schools canceled online testing Tuesday morning after state education officials reported the company handling the online portion of the TNReady ...



Shopper News blog: The Gilpin-Clapps — a family of artists  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Knox.biz 20 Under 20 class of 2018 honored at reception  Knoxville News Sentinel

20 Under 20 recognizes East Tennessee's most promising teen inventors, CEOs and entrepreneurs.



Top 10 boys high school basketball teams in Knoxville area  Knoxville News Sentinel

Who are the best boys basketball teams in the Knoxville area?



Knoxville area high school basketball district tournament scoreboard  Knoxville News Sentinel

East Tennessee boys and girls high school district tournament scoreboard.



All-PrepXtra girls soccer team for 2018  Knoxville News Sentinel

The first eight members of the Knox News All-PrepXtra girls soccer first team are nominees for the girls soccer player of the year. The winner will be announced ...



Halls boys golf team wins state championship by 26 strokes  WATE 6 On Your Side

The Halls High school boys golf team finished 26 strokes ahead of the competition to win its second consecutive state championship on Wednesday at ...



Halls boys basketball coach Jonathan Smith hired by Morristown West  Knoxville News Sentinel

Jonathan Smith was announced as Morristown West's boys basketball coach one day after resigning from the same position at Halls. Smith spent three years in ...



Shopper News blog: Town meetings focus on road improvements  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Shopper News blog: Town bids farewell to Markli  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Shopper News blog: Corey Hodge: young author at Knoxville Writers Guild  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Campbell County High School through years  Knoxville News Sentinel

Campbell County High School's Bubba Miller comes down with the rebound during action against Lenoir City on March 3, 1992. Michael Patrick/News Sentinel,.



Shopper News blog: Living abroad invaluable for South-Doyle grad  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Knox County Schools graduations wrap up Saturday  WBIR-TV

Graduation week ends Saturday with five final schools honoring seniors from the KCS system.



Judge to accused babysitter molester: Stay home or go to jail  Knoxville News Sentinel

A judge on Wednesday had one message for an accused molester placed on house arrest after twice defying an order to stay away from children - don't push it.



Powell Panthers hope to be 'special' football team under coach Matt Lowe  Knoxville News Sentinel

Energy is what Matt Lowe wants to get back from his players as they prepare to improve on last year's 5-5 record.



Funeral arrangements set for Alfred Williams, member of the Clinton 12  Knoxville News Sentinel

Alfred Williams and the rest of the Clinton 12 became the first black students in the South to integrate an all-white high school.



Rob Black, Falcons continue successful run with 56-0 rout of Campbell County  Knoxville News Sentinel

Fulton win improves coach Rob Black to 85-18 for his career.



CTE Goes Live: 15 Knoxville students to perform in Market Square on Friday  Knoxville News Sentinel

Hundreds of Knox County high school students are combining their skill sets to present the 2018 CTE Goes Live on Friday in Market Square.



Victor Ashe: In flood response, Mayor Jacobs more visible than Mayor Rogero  Knoxville News Sentinel

The weekend of Feb. 21-24 will go down as one of the wettest in Knox County and Knoxville history, and schools were still closed last week as a result.



Shopper News blog: Fulmer is ‘fore’ the kids  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Shopper News blog: Fair to feature modern crafts with a retro twist  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Knoxville neighbors commit to Vols golf team  Knoxville News Sentinel

High school juniors Cade Russell of Christian Academy of Knoxville and Shelby Liford of Halls have committed to play golf for Tennessee.



Who signed where on National Signing Day?  Knoxville News Sentinel

Wednesday marked the beginning of the NCAA signing period for football, soccer and water polo. Here is who signed, or will sign this week, to play in college.



Halls Crossroads: Rooted in the past, moving toward the future  The knoxville focus

By Mike Steely. steelym@knoxfocus.com. In the early days prior to Tennessee statehood, Emory Road ran east and west and Andersonville Road ran north and ...



Webb RB Elijah Howard, who got Vols offer as eighth-grader, hopes injury woes are over  Knoxville News Sentinel

Webb RB Elijah Howard received his first offer from the Tennessee Vols as an eighth-grader, but was plagued with injuries as a freshman.



As ex-coach, Powell High AD Chad Smith sets a high bar  Knoxville News Sentinel

When Chad Smith weaves his way through the back rooms of the football area, the former coach can't hide his enthusiasm.



Perkins monument rededicated for Powell pioneer, founder of first Knox County public school  Knoxville News Sentinel

Local historians and Girl Scouts were the forces behind the rededication to W.H. Perkins, who brought the first school to Knox County in 1874.



16 Knoxville students to compete in 'CTE Goes Live'  Knoxville News Sentinel

Knox County Schools' "CTE Goes Live" event will hit Central High School on Friday and showcase its students varied skills, talents and styles.



KIL Championship: 5 track and field athletes who lead the state  Knoxville News Sentinel

Five Knoxville athletes who won at the KIL track meet and lead the state of Tennessee.



Mike Strange: For 64 years of Tennessee basketball, Charlie Durham has courtside view  Knoxville News Sentinel

I want to be where the action is." You can find Charlie Durham courtside at Thompson-Boling Arena during Tennessee Volunteers basketball games.



Alfred Williams, civil rights pioneer and member of the 'Clinton 12,' dies at 83  Knoxville News Sentinel

Williams and the other members of the Clinton 12 made the first walk down Foley Hill on Aug. 27, 1956.



Bucs Turn To Jeremy Bosken To Resurrect Football Program  The Chattanoogan

Jeremy Bosken has a reputation of taking down and out football programs and turning them into winners. The Boyd-Buchanan Schoolis hoping that proves to be ...



Knox Co. $10 rabies clinics set for May 6 & 13  WBIR-TV

It's time once again for the annual $10 rabies vaccination clinics, sponsored by the Knox County Health Department (KCHD) and the Knoxville Veterinarian ...



Shopper News blog: $5 haircuts still draw customers to Glenn's Barbershop  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Oak Ridge's Jordan Graham uses chatter as motivation against Powell  Knoxville News Sentinel

Jordan Graham was called 'Steve Urkel' all week leading to Oak Ridge's region game with Powell.



Tennessee gov signs bill to nix 1 court death penalty review  WATE 6 On Your Side

Tennessee is removing one state court's review before executing inmates under legislation signed by Republican Gov. Bill Lee.



Morgan Wallen Q&A: Knoxville country singer talks sold-out shows, 2019 plans, new music  Knoxville News Sentinel

Knoxville country singer Morgan Wallen had a standout 2018. Last year featured the release of his debut album, "If I Know Me," his single "Up Down" with Florida ...



Alcoa upsets Maryville 34-28 to end seven-game losing streak to rival Rebels  Knoxville News Sentinel

MARYVILLE — The Alcoa Tornadoes took a victory lap Friday night that was eight years in the making. Well it was a half lap anyway. Engulfed by family, friends ...



Tennessee beefing up successful overdose prevention program  WATE 6 On Your Side

The Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services is adding staff to an overdose prevention program that it credits with saving at least ...



Accused Tennessee lawmaker resigns from leadership position  WATE 6 On Your Side

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A Democratic Tennessee lawmaker says he's resigning from his leadership position after a House ethics panel concluded he violated ...



20 Under 20: Webb School's John Trotter has a sharp mind for knife business  Knoxville News Sentinel

John Trotter, Jr., 17. Webb School of Knoxville Strictly Sharpening. Two years ago, John Trotter, Jr. purchased the equipment needed to provide a simple *service* ...



Lady Devils open season with win  The knoxville focus

By Ken Lay. Halls High School girls soccer coach Mike Horner was extremely pleased after his team won its season opener Tuesday night. Horner saw the Lady ...



Free flu shots Saturday at six schools  WBIR-TV

Free Flu Shot Saturday at six Knox County High Schools ahead of peak influenza season.



Shopper News blog: What's up: Free family festival, vets tribute  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Halls' Bill Warren, CAK's Donnie Cooper took different paths to state titles  Knoxville News Sentinel

One coach watched a runaway victory. The other watched a 30-year drought evaporate by the slimmest of margins. Whichever end of the spectrum, Christian ...



Redevelopment of Clinton's downtown gains steam  Knoxville News Sentinel

The prospective redevelopment of downtown Clinton is moving ahead on several tracks: Clinch River bridge construction, sale of the riverfront Magnet Mills ...



Knox County data on teen depression, suicide is 'screaming' for community's attention  Knoxville News Sentinel

One in three Knox County public high school students said they felt sad and hopeless for two weeks in a row or more last year. One in nine children said they ...



Knox County teacher start pay below other metros  Knoxville News Sentinel

Teachers starting their careers in Knox County make less than those in the state's other three metro areas, falling behind entry-level pay in Memphis and ...



Election Day in Tennessee: 11 races to watch on Tuesday night  The Tennessean

As Tennesseans head to the polls Tuesday, they will have a chance to decide who they want to represent them on all levels. On this year's ballot are open ...



Kayleigh Hames leads Webb to sixth straight Division II-A state volleyball championship  Knoxville News Sentinel

Kayleigh Hames had 27 kills and 17 digs in the state championship to lead Webb to its sixth straight state championship, over Concord Christian.



Shopper News blog: Webb player has winning connection — her mom  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Shopper News blog: Copper Ridge spins 'Pinwheels for Peace'  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Hardin Valley community excited about state-of-the-art middle school  Knoxville News Sentinel

Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett, Superintendent Bob Thomas and other dignitaries gathered outside the new Hardin Valley Middle School for a ribbon cutting ...



Maryville boys basketball coach Mark Eldridge records 500th career win  Knoxville News Sentinel

Mark Eldridge can never really recall Maryville's regular-season record. He also doesn't really pay much attention to his career record. It's why two weeks ago, ...



Kane Wins Primary Election for Mayor in Tennessee by Just 17 Votes  Sports Illustrated

Glenn Jacobs (aka Kane) may be the next mayor of Tennessee's third-biggest county.



Shopper News blog: Swan Farm, Virtue Road issues addressed  Knoxville News Sentinel

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Dying Tennessee Mom Sees Son Graduate From High School in Special Hospital Ceremony  KTLA Los Angeles

Like many parents, Stephanie Northcott dreamed of the day she would get to see her son Dalton walk across the stage to receive his high school diploma.



Powell boys ride steady improvement into state basketball tournament  Knoxville News Sentinel

Some say Powell is the surprise qualifier in the eight-team boys state Class AAA tournament. Don't count coach Gary Barnes among them.



10Investigates: Knox County Schools construction priorities  WBIR-TV

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Shopper News blog: Father Michael Woods leaves All Saints  Knoxville News Sentinel

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'Clear bag' policy to be in effect for Knox Co. graduations at TBA  WBIR-TV

Attendees must bring their items in a clear plastic bag no larger than 12 inches by 6 inches by 12 inches or a one-gallon clear, resealable plastic storage bag.



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