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VOL. 44 | NO. 9 | Friday, February 28, 2020

The ‘driver’ of the city’s expanding green space

Evans leads ambitious efforts of Legacy Parks

Since time flies like a flock of migratory birds, Roy Arthur looks back toward a distant horizon to recall how long he’s known Carol Evans.

STATE GOVERNMENT

Delay of game: Still no rules for online sports betting

What were the odds it would take more than a year to implement online betting in Tennessee?

JOE ROGERS: MY TAKE

Not just any ole Joe can ascend to presidency

This isn’t an endorsement, necessarily, but have you ever noticed we’ve never had a president named Joe?

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EVENTS

35th annual Emerald O’ccasion. The dinner is a major fundraising event hosted by Catholic Charities of East Tennessee to benefit the organization’s programs and offers fun and fellowship while supporting. The event will honor the Pope Francis Service to the Poor award winner for 2020 and also features dinner, silent and live auctions and dancing. Thursday, 5:30-9 p.m. $125 per person, $1,250, table of 10. Rothchild Catering and Conference Center, 8807 Kingston Pike, Knoxville. Information

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UT SPORTS

From Small beginnings: UT wins first swim title

Meghan Small was the first piece of the championship puzzle to fall into place. Once Matt Kredich got Small on board, the University of Tennessee director of swimming and diving knew big things could happen for the program.

RESTAURANTS

Chicken War fails to take down leaders – so far

The Chicken War of 2019, which began when Popeye’s scored a direct hit at Chick-fil-A by introducing what arguably could be called the ultimate “pullet surprise,” show no signs of slowing down in 2020.

Try as they might, competitors aren’t there yet

Here’s the meat of the matter, as it were. We tested six chicken sandwiches. Well, hang on. “We” is me.

PREDATORS

Ellis, teammates glad he’s back on the ice

Ryan Ellis is back in the lineup as the Predators make a late-season push for the playoffs.

NEWSMAKERS

Maryville selects Coker as college president

Maryville College has selected Bryan Coker, vice president and dean of students at Maryland’s Goucher College, as the school’s 12th president.

BRIEFS

CMC plans Knoxville improvements

Commercial Metal Company’s Knoxville location has announced capital improvements totaling $27 million over the next five years.

BEHIND THE WHEEL

What size truck is the best fit for your lifestyle?

People use their trucks for everything from taking the children to school to hauling concrete.

PERSONAL FINANCE

Should you shift to a cash management account?

High-yield cash management accounts are popping up at brokerages nationwide, promising customers much better returns and higher insurance limits than they can get from traditional banks.

CAREER CORNER

You shouldn’t be intimidated by panel interview

Have you ever had a panel interview? It’s one of those job interviews in which you show up expecting a one-on-one and find yourself playing one-on-three.

MILLENNIAL MONEY

Millennials are defying stereotypes with finances

Read almost any article about millennials and you’ll come away with the distinct impression that this generation is royally screwing up.

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