in Knoxville, TN
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Photos of 2019 Big Ears music festival from News Sentinel photographers.
This article ran of the front page of the Knoxville News-Sentinel on Sept. 1, 1956, during rioting over the integration of Clinton High School.
Alfred Williams, a member of the Clinton 12, was laid to rest on Saturday on the same hill that led him to Clinton High School 63 years ago.
Ticket options for the Tennessee mens basketball teams second-round NCAA matchup Sunday against Iowa at Columbus, Ohio.
See the News Sentinels pictures from the tumultuous period following the integration of Clinton High School in 1956.
1513 Bill Williams Ave
Knoxville, TN 37917 Directions
Big Ears Festival, guided hikes, hockey and more.
Smokey has already been the beloved mascot of the University of Tennessee since 1953. Now the dog and its owners are celebrating the breeds new status as the official state dog of Tennessee.
The Big Ears Festival, an eclectic experiment that began 10 years ago, is back and packing venues in Downtown Knoxville. The 2019 festival has a wide range of music and prices, including some free shows.
Its just like being part of the team Go along with the Vols as they travel to Columbus, talk about their love of Pals, and get some new Nikes for the NCAA tourney
Crews are now working to repair a hole on Maple Tree Drive in the Sedgefield Subdivision and a hole opened under the road on Red Mill Road, which is off Turkey Creek Road.
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