Pastors celebrate Chadwick's retirement
A group of Knoxville pastors gathered for lunch today in honor of the impending retirement of one of their own, Pastor John Chadwick.
Silent auction grosses more than $17,000
Silent auction tally up from last year
- Big crowd for Coaches vs. Cancer Knoxville High School is filled with people for the annual Coaches vs. Cancer event.
Planning meeting Tuesday for International Night
The Knoxville PTO is hoting an International Night on Feb. 19. The group is compiling a list of presenters prior to its planning meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 22.
Chamber seeks award nominees
Nominations are sought for the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce's annual IMPACT awards.
Kiwanis show appreciation
As the Knoxville Morning Kiwanis draw nearer to its initial $70,000 goal in the Young's Park project, the club took time out this morning to thank two who have helped make it possible.
Knoxville Coaches vs. Cancer cash donations already exceed $3,200
As of this morning (Friday, Jan. 4), a total of $3,275 in cash donations has already been received for Knoxville's Coaches vs. Cancer event, scheduled for Jan. 19. Cash donations are just the beginning of the fundraising events taking place on and around that day.
Chili Cookoff Friday night
The Knoxville Education Foundation’s Annual Chili Cookoff will be held Friday, Jan. 4, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Autographed Notre Dame football included in auction
The Knoxville Coaches vs. Cancer event is quickly approaching (Saturday, Jan. 19). Items for the silent auction portion of the event have been coming in, which includes a big-ticket item from a well-known college.
Knoxville Hospital & Clinics Welcomes First Baby of 2013
Tyler Davis Iddings, son of Samantha Gray of Pleasantville was Knoxville Hospital & Clinics’ first baby born in 2013. Tyler was born on January 2, weighing 9 pounds, 3 ounces, and 22 inches in length. Helping Samantha bring her little boy into the world was Dr. Brent Hoehns.
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