Monthly Archive: March 2020

Mayor Indya Kincannon at her desk on day one

KINCANNON PROVIDES EMERGENCY FUNDS FOR ZOO

Last week, Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs announced $500,000 loan for Zoo Knoxville. Last evening, Deputy Chief of Staff to Jacobs Chris Caldwell told the Knox County Commission it would likely be a 15 year...

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SOLID WASTE DROP-OFF FACILITY TO CLOSE ON SATURDAYS

Starting Wednesday, April 1, additional COVID-19 public-safety precautions will go into effect at the City’s Solid Waste Management Facility, 1033 Elm St. The most noticeable change will be that the drop-off waste transfer station...

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Thank You Joe Diffie for the 1990’s

Joe Diffie passed this weekend. The 1990’s were richer because of John Deere Green, Bubba Shot the Jukebox, Prop me up beside the Jukebox when I die, Third Rock from the Sun and more....

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KPD OFFICERS DISCIPLINED FOLLOWING IAU INVESTIGATION

Extensive and thorough investigations begun last summer by the Knoxville Police Department’s Internal Affairs Unit (IAU) into allegations of misconduct have concluded. Three supervisors have resigned or retired, and three other supervisors and one...

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US House of Representatives #TN Second District – 2020

Freshman United States Congressman Timothy F. Burchett has not generated a potential Republican opponent yet. On the Democrat side Chance C. Brown of Knoxville returned a petition on 3/25/2020. Joshua L. Eldridge of Harrogate, TN, Dave...