KNOXVILLE The spotlight will be on the hospitality and tourism industry in Knox County during National Tourism Week May 3 11, and especially on Tennessee Tourism Day on May 7. “Tourism week provides us with a great opportunity to highlight the importance of hospitality and tourism in our community,” said John Farmer, Captain, NavCal River Rides. “Many people don’t realize that this industry which includes lodging, dining, attractions, transportation, visitor services and local destination marketing organizations generated $904,760,000 in Knox County and generated over $66,720,000 in state and local taxes in 2012.
Ed Smith We moved to Greenwood in April, 2008 to retire and build a home here. We have enjoyed the area and the people immensely, and like a lot of others that have moved here, we are here to stay. The decision to run for office as Mayor of Greenwood was not made for any one particular reason, but for a number of reasons.
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Trump words recently prove more than anything that he is nothing more than a racist bigot! It a very sad day in the year of 2018 when the president of the United States doesn respect the values of all Americans regardless of your race, gender identity, sexual orientation, or financial status. I can believe that this this actually happening because I strongly believe that America is better than this. The sitting president of the United States is trying to divide our nation, not unite it.
Bob HoffmasterBob NelsonWade BatesSports On AirKFIZ SportsKFIZ SportsIn the wake of multiple weather disasters in the United States this fall, as well as the shooting in Las Vegas in October, the Fond du Lac High School (FHS) students felt the need to do something for those affected by these incidents. Recently, the FHS Student Council decided to allocate roughly $1 from each Homecoming dance ticket to donate $1300 to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. Shown here are Student Council members (L R): first row Landon Zimmerman, Anna Miller, Nicole Lord, Natalie Hencke, Madi Michels, Liz Ziegler, Lauren DeGere, Amber Franzen, and Katelyn Flitcroft; second row Ali Munger, Madelyn Van Herwynen, Lizzi Teletzke, Abby Brewer, Chuck Ruch, Nicole Athanasiou, Deona Easterson, Jayden Sawyer, Courtney Legge, Jadyn White, Kirsten Colton, and Natalie Lord; left corner Owen Paulson and Grant Pergande.