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VOL. 43 | NO. 14 | Friday, April 5, 2019

Punzalan-Randle comes home to lead YWCA

New CEO dives into the deep end where she learned to swim

Alizza Punzalan-Randle’s classmates had only shown “Southern hospitality” when she and her Filipino family moved to Knoxville from Detroit – until the day the sixth-grader opened her locker and found herself staring at a collage of photos apparently snipped from the pages of National Geographic.

STATE GOVERNMENT

But seriously: Legislature tackles small issues

Just in case anyone thought the Tennessee General Assembly was all serious, all the time, it’s not.

Tennessee Supreme Court amends rule on licensing of attorneys

The Tennessee Supreme Court has amended Supreme Court Rule 7, which focuses on the licensing of attorneys to practice law in Tennessee.

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EVENTS

Appalachian Spring Fundraiser. The University of Tennessee’s Department of Retail, Hospitality, and Tourism Management will hold its annual fundraiser. All of the food is prepared by RHTM students. Friday, 6-10 p.m. $165 per ticket, $1,000 table of eight. Crowne Plaza Knoxville, 401 W. Summit Hill Drive, Knoxville. Information

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UT SPORTS

New Lady Vols coach has 1 job: Win national championships

Nobody understands the high level of expectations for the Tennessee women’s basketball program more than Holly Warlick.

SPORTS

New finish line, same result as Rouse wins Marathon

Knoxville’s Gina Rouse won her fourth consecutive title at the 2019 Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon.

NEWSMAKERS

Adams to manage pair of Knoxville hotels

Skip Adams has been named dual general manager for The Tennessean hotel and the Holiday Inn World’s Fair Park in Knoxville.

BRIEFS

City works to get scooter trend on right path

Knoxville is bringing its electric scooter pilot program along slowly.

BEHIND THE WHEEL

What a truck’s pricey off-road package really gets you

Pickup trucks are hugely popular, and so is the rugged outdoorsy, off-roading image that comes with them.

PERSONAL FINANCE

There’s no reason not to trust investments to robo-advisers

Robo-advisers have been around long enough that the question is no longer whether you should turn your investment decisions over to a computer. Now the question is: Why wouldn’t you?

BUSINESS BOOK REVIEW

Brown offers unique perspective on civil rights, business world

Do unto others. These tree words are a shorthand reminder to be nice and treat people in the manner that you’d want to be treated. Do unto others and make life smoother. Be good, and be of service because, as Robert J. Brown reminds readers in “You Can’t Do Wrong Doing Right.”

CAREER CORNER

Now is the best time in years to get that new job

I can’t say this enough: The job market is excellent! It’s the strongest job market we’ve seen in 50 years. Fifty years!

MILLENNIAL MONEY

Credit scores, other credit basics everyone should understand

Getting your credit score today is easy – just turn to your bank, credit card issuer or one of the many apps and websites out there.

FAMILY TRAVEL

Finding New England charm in Portland, Maine

We pulled in to Portland, Maine, not knowing what to expect.

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