Services set for retired teacher

Sandra ClarkWest Knox

Polly Anna Harris was ‘the best’
Funeral services for Polly Anna Harris will be held at 5 p.m., Thursday, April 19, at Church Street United Methodist Church, 900 Henley St., with …

Breaking: And ‘puff’ it was gone

Betty BeanWest Knox

Legislation to remove the scenic highway designation from the Shops of Western Plaza ground to a halt Tuesday morning when House sponsor Rick Staples told City Council member Andrew Roberto …

Eddie Mannis opens his garden for Dogwood Arts

Tracy Haun OwensWest Knox

Prominent Knoxvillian Eddie Mannis makes good use of the garden at his 1925 Stickley Arts and Crafts home on Kingston Pike. He’s hosted galas for Knox Heritage, Dogwood Arts, Leadership …

Summer camps at Flying Anvil

Sandra ClarkWest Knox

Flying Anvil Theatre in Rocky Hill is offering a slate of summer camps that will teach acting skills to kids from 7-17. Professional actors and directors will lead the camps …

CAK students heading to Governor’s Schools

Sandra ClarkWest Knox

Three Christian Academy of Knoxville students will participate in one of the Tennessee Governor’s Schools programs occurring this summer at a variety of universities across Tennessee.
Aaron Frazer, sophomore, will attend …

Westmoreland is featured Dogwood Trail

Tracy Haun OwensWest Knox

It’s Knoxville’s own annual bit of suspense: Will the dogwoods bloom or won’t they before the Dogwood Trails open? This year, the flowering trees split the difference for the March …

T-shirts support student rewards at Ridgedale

Tom KingWest Knox

April is Autism Awareness Month worldwide. That brings to mind what is happening this month at Ridgedale School. Ridgedale, led by principal Diana Gossett, is the Rotary Club of Farragut’s …

Mackay to challenge Daniel for House seat  

Betty BeanWest Knox

Greg Mackay has been fascinated by elections for most of his adult life, first as a citizen volunteer leading voter registration drives, then as an election commissioner, then as administrator …