Morgan plans weekend concerts

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Sarah Kate Morgan, dulcimer player and folk arts director at Hindman Settlement School in Kentucky, will host two virtual concerts this weekend. Morgan is a Union County native who studied …

Bullen to lead OT fieldwork

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Colleen Bullen, OTD, OTR/L, has been hired as academic fieldwork coordinator and assistant professor at the Lincoln Memorial University Doctor of Occupational Therapy program. Bullen earned her bachelor’s degree and …

Lundy, former official, has died

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Ted Sadler Lundy, 87, died Jan. 13, 2021, in Blacksburg, Virginia. People of a certain age (old) will remember Ted from his service on the old Knox County Court. He …

Wier joins Oak Ridge practice

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Katina Wier has joined the medical team at Oak Ridge Gastroenterology Associates. As a certified family nurse practitioner (FNP-C), her clinical interests are disease management, colonoscopy screening evaluation and disease …

McKenzie is vice chair of Black Caucus

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State Rep. Sam McKenzie was elected vice-chair of the TN Black Caucus of State Legislators. This leadership position demonstrates Rep. McKenzie’s reputation for leadership, integrity and hard work, said Matt …

Heagerty, Melson named to judiciary

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Christopher Heagerty is becoming a Chancellor in Knox County, effective Jan. 23, 2021, upon the retirement of Michael Moyers. He was appointed by Gov. Bill Lee. Heagerty has chaired the …

Bichsel leads KAWE

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Jacqueline Bichsel Ph.D. is the 2021 president of the Knoxville Association of Women Executives (KAWE). The group, founded 39 years ago, is a networking and professional development organization. Bichsel is …

Covid cases, deaths increase

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Gov. Bill Lee has announced a new tool on the state’s website that describes the phases around COVID-19 vaccines. Info here. Thirteen people died of Covid in Knox County on …