Suzanne Parham is Farragut Intermediate School’s new principal. Her first day is Friday, July 1. read more
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Monday, Jul 4th Town of Farragut’s 34th Annual Independence Day Parade Town of Farragut’s 34th Annual Independence Day Parade will start at 9:30 a.m., Monday, July 4, on Kingston Pike at Lendon Welch Way (Farragut High School entrance) and go westward to Boring Road. Grand Marshals are Amy Burritt and Cheri Intveld, owners of Euphoric Cheese Shop. Fleet Feet Sports Knoxville will host Farragut Freedom Run 1 Mile & 2 Mile starting at 9 a.m. prior to the start of the parade. Register at Kingston Pike will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to about noon from Concord Road to Boring Road. South Campbell Station Road from Kingston Pike to Brooklawn Boulevard and Municipal Center Drive will be closed from 8:30 to 9:15 a.m. Parade vehicular detours: north side - Campbell Station Road to Grigsby Chapel Road to Smith Road to Kingston Pike (going west) or Campbell Station Road to Parkside Drive to Lovell Road (going east). South side – Concord Road to Turkey Creek Road to Virtue Road to Kingston Pike. The portion of Kingston Pike from Concord Road/West End Avenue to Campbell Station Road will be re-opened about 15 minutes after the final parade participant has passed through the Campbell Station Road/Kingston Pike intersection. Kingston Pike will be fully re-opened once all participants are safely off the road. For more information, call Farragut Parks & Recreation Department at 865-218-3376 or go to
Tuesday, Jul 5th Tennessee Valley Machine Knitters Club Tennessee Valley Machine Knitters Club will hold its next monthly meeting beginning at 10 a.m., Tuesday, July 5, in Alcoa First United Methodist Church. Visitors are welcome. For more information, contact Marie Hickson at 865‑457‑0960.
Saturday, Jul 16th KARM Pickleball Tournament Knox Area Rescue Ministries presents its 2nd Annual KARM Pickleball Tournament Saturday, July 16, at the Pavilion of Pickleball, 685 Racquet Club Way in Knoxville. KARM’s tournament format will be round-robin play for doubles. Registration is $50 for your first division. If eligible, you may add on any other division for only $20. There are 12 divisions. with each first- and second-place winners taking home a cash prize. Sponsorships with team options are available. For more information and/or to register, contact Mark Roberts: 865-230-3398 or  
Saturday, Jul 23rd Mobile Pantry food giveaway First Farragut United Methodist Church, 12733 Kingston Pike, will host a Mobile Pantry food giveaway from 8 a.m. until all food is given out Saturday, July 23. A semi-tractor trailer load of food will be distributed. School supplies also will be given away. Pick up reservation cards at FFUMC from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thursday, July 21, and Friday, July 22. Cards also available Saturday morning, July 23.

Johns, White: Part 1 profiles

Paying for the privilege to engage with the public inside Farragut Community Center, one candidate for Town of Farragut mayor and two aldermen candidates, one from each ward, came before about 70 citizens and made many of their positions known while answering citizen questions Thursday evening, June 23. This week’s profiles focuses on mayoral challenger Bill Johns and Ward II (South) candidate David White. Ward I (North) candidate Adam Atherton, also a part of this forum, will be profiled, along with two other alderman challengers and two Board of Mayor and Aldermen incumbents, prior to Early Voting, which begins Friday, July 15.

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Concord Christian ‘huge turnout’ Volleyball Camp draws 94 youth

Carmen Hochevar, Concord Christian School High School volleyball head coach, reported “a huge turnout” for CCS Elementary, Middle and High School Volleyball Camps held recently. “These kids learned more about volleyball, played fun games, had competitions and give-aways, laughed, lifted and had devotions,” Hochevar said. “The campers had a surprise clinician; Professional Beach Volleyball player and collegiate All-American (from) Long Beach State University, Brittany Hochevar.” With 94 campers participating, “This was by far our largest camp for CCS volleyball,” said coach Hochevar, who has led her CCS team to a pair of TSSAA Division II-A state runner-up finishes. “This camp represented over 10 local schools,” she added.

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USS Farragut sailors part of Parade; Red-White-Blue Contest thru June 30  Read More

Felony vandalism charged; red paint at Target  Read More


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letter to the editor  Read More

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New principal at FIS  Read More

Jacomen new leader at HVES  Read More

Graduation: Class of 2022  Read More


FWKCC Breakfast Series  Read More

business briefs  Read More


‘Sports Celebration Day’ honors 3 FHS state champs  Read More

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