Monthly Archives: April 2014

Journo 101: If your mother says she loves you, check it out. And Hunnicutt

In the past week or so, a few news stories ran on Jason Hunnicutt – a candidate for Knox County Criminal Court Clerk, who owed almost $500 to the East Tennessee Children’s Hospital. He’s paid in full. The story ends there for … Continue reading

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Waggoner release on Sheriff’s Office “abuse”

Looks like the gloves are off now. From Knox County Sheriff’s Office candidate Bobby Waggoner, a release: Waggoner Vows to Change Culture of Abuse at Knox County Sheriff’s Office KNOXVILLE, TN – In response to Saturday night’s illegal choking of … Continue reading

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Burchett’s budget address on Thursday

Knox County’s likely no-tax and not-much-new-in-spending 2014-15 budget will be announced next week. From a release: County budget presentation, public meetings planned KNOXVILLE, Tenn. —  Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett will present his Fiscal Year 2015 budget proposal to the Knox … Continue reading

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Check this out – school board candidate outtakes

Admittedly, this is a tad late to this party, but here is some good stuff from cwg at the MP on Knox County School Board races. Enjoy. It’s OK, though, because the party will be going on for a while. If you … Continue reading

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Knox County found money!*

Looks like the county “found” nearly $1 million in its budget due to good markets and whatnot. From the KNS story: The savings comes as good news to Knox County MayorTim Burchett, who is set to present his budget for … Continue reading

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6 Knoxville traffic tips for a happier life

A few traffic tips for drivers in Knoxville and beyond, inspired by observations made while motoring around in the last couple of weeks. Interstate on-ramps – Please accelerate to the travelling speed of the freeway (about 55 m.p.h.) in order … Continue reading

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UPDATE – Paid in full: Hunnicutt

UPDATE II: Papers were served 4/22, with this note “recall per attorney – paid in full.” UPDATE – The papers have been served and returned. How things proceed from here is up for question, considering that Hunnicutt is current with the … Continue reading

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