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VOL. 45 | NO. 15 | Friday, April 9, 2021

Racing in from the east

The Music City Grand Prix might never have gotten off the line without help from Knoxvillians

Teddy Phillips knows a good investment opportunity when he hears it.

JOE ROGERS: MY TAKE

Legislative plan: Stoke fear, offer bill to soothe fear

If people could fight COVID-19 with a gun, Tennessee legislators would be health care champions.

NEWSMAKERS

MVP selects Ferguson as president, CEO

Knoxville-based Magnum Venus Products has named Tobi Ferguson as its president and CEO.

Local Weather
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Wind: Southwest at 6.9 mph
Humidity: 93%

EVENTS

Green & Gold Gala. The event, hosted by the Office of Alumni Affairs, is the premier fundraising event at Knoxville Catholic High School. The gala features cocktails, silent and live auctions, dining, dancing and music and will take place at the Blaine Stadium football field on the campus of Knoxville Catholic. The 2021 honoree will be “Irish Legend” Tim Irwin for his many years of support and service to Catholic High. In the event of inclement weather, the gala will be held Saturday, April 17. Friday, 6-11 p.m. $100 per person. Knoxville Catholic High School, 9245 Fox Lonas Road NW. Information

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BRIEFS

Golden Ticket raffle offers a dream season

The Visit Knoxville Sports Commission has launched an annual raffle that will give one lucky person two tickets to nearly every major sporting event in Knoxville.

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Testing casts doubts on Teslas’ EPA range estimates

Edmunds’ test team recently published the results of its real-world range testing for electric vehicles. Notably, every Tesla the team tested in 2020 came up short of matching the EPA’s range estimate. Almost all other EVs Edmunds tested met or exceeded those estimates.

PERSONAL FINANCE

Money shame seen as cause of increased suicide rate

The U.S. suicide rate has risen dramatically in recent years, and certified money coach Tammy Lally of Washington, D.C., is convinced money shame is a contributing factor.

CAREER CORNER

Spring rebirth offers new hope for finding right job

How relieved are you that spring is here? After months of snow storms paired with a long global pandemic, seeing flowers and clear skies brings much-needed hope.

MILLENNIAL MONEY

Reboot your budget to prep for reopening

Picture cruising your car deep into 2021 and never glancing in the rearview mirror. Vaccines, travel and a hope of normalcy are finally on the horizon.

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