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VOL. 44 | NO. 47 | Friday, November 20, 2020

Boys’ club never stood a chance against Lee

State Supreme Court justice took knocks early, proved mettle

In the fall of 1978, not long after she established a solo law firm in her hometown of Madisonville, Sharon Lee was appointed to assist well-known criminal defense attorney Bob Ritchie in representing the custodian of a church camp charged with sexually abusing teenage boys.

Tips for cooking (and saving) a smaller Thanksgiving feast

If you’re planning a smaller Thanksgiving gathering this year because of social distancing, you don’t have to give up the turkey, stuffing, pie and other traditional fare.

NEWSMAKERS

UT communications school honors top alumni

The University of Tennessee’s College of Communication and Information has announced its alumni of the year honors.

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EVENTS

Lady Vol basketball. The Lady Vols host Florida A&M at 1 p.m. Friday. Check the website for updates about pandemic limits on seating or for news about postponements or cancelations. Information: utsports.com

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BRIEFS

Wellness Ambulatory Care bought by BHG

Behavioral Health Group, a network of Joint Commission-accredited outpatient opioid treatment and recovery centers, has acquired Wellness Ambulatory Care of Knoxville.

TENNESSEE TITANS

Big Titans receivers love 50/50 ball

Some of it comes from the basketball court – boxing out, if you will – creating space like a power forward going for a rebound.

Rebounding vs. Ravens requires some quick fixes

First down: What the heck is up on special teams? The Titans have used three punters in three weeks, thanks mostly to Brett Kern’s injury. But why deactivate Ryan Allen and go with Trevor Daniel?

PERSONAL FINANCE

Here’s how small businesses can help workers save

Donna Skemp of Bend, Oregon, struggled to save before she signed up for an automatic savings plan offered by her employer’s payroll services company. Now, some of her pay goes into a federally insured, interest-paying savings account that she can access any time with a debit card.

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Minivan showdown: Toyota Sienna vs. Honda Odyssey

Edmunds’ experts have ranked the Honda Odyssey as their No. 1 minivan since the 2018 model year. It has the expansive utility you expect from a family hauler plus a refined driving experience other minivans can’t match.

MILLENNIAL MONEY

‘Hustle worship’ isn’t a viable financial strategy

When I hear financial tips that are unrealistic or shame-inducing, I cringe. Any advice that makes complicated money moves seem like an easy path to profit is downright dangerous.

CAREER CORNER

Even while home, draw line between work, personal time

Maintaining a healthy work-life balance has always been important. Unfortunately, it has become harder to achieve.

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