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VOL. 45 | NO. 20 | Friday, May 14, 2021

Market rises to meet aging Boomers

Memory care offers services for various stages of need

Julia “Pudge” High was the life of the party. She was voted “wittiest” before her graduation from Coffee High School in Florence, Alabama, in 1959.

JOE ROGERS: MY TAKE

The good, the bad and ugly of 2020 legislative session

Legislators have again decamped, signaling halftime of the 112th General Assembly, so it’s time to assess the damage they did before leaving. And, sure, the good.

NEWSMAKERS

Halford promoted to SVP at Covenant

Mandy Grubb Halford, M.D., is the new senior vice president and chief medical informatics officer at Covenant Health.

Local Weather
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Wind: Southwest at 5.8 mph
Humidity: 81%

EVENTS

Spring Cirqtacular. The Rotary Foundation of Knoxville will host the annual event at Zoo Knoxville with an amazing mix of Cirque performances and zoo animals, along with food and drinks. Ticket prices, sponsorship levels and a website with additional information will be available soon. Attire is cocktail or dressy. Thursday, 5:30-9:30 p.m. Zoo Knoxville, 3500 Knoxville Zoo Drive, Knoxville. Information

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BRIEFS

TN population up 8.9%, 16th in US

The Tennessee State Data Center reports the state’s resident population grew to 6,910,840 over the past decade, according to the 2020 Census results.

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Go wild: Five top-rated off-road vehicles for 2021

It’s no surprise that trucks and SUVs continue to dominate the U.S. vehicle market. But in a further move, automakers are increasingly building more SUVs and trucks that are specifically designed for off-road driving.

PERSONAL FINANCE

You might be entitled to free health insurance now

The latest coronavirus relief package did more than dole out $1,400 checks. The law also made health insurance free for millions more people and reduced costs for others – at least for now.

BUSINESS BOOK REVIEW

Ready for a little less drama in your home, workplace?

Every morning, it’s the same argument. Two adult human beings, one at a time in front of your desk, complaining about the other over some office war that’s gone on too long. Both think they’re right. Neither will give up. You don’t know how this ridiculousness started but you know it’ll end because you’re going to end it.

MILLENNIAL MONEY

Cool vs. practical: Flashy credit card might be bad fit

The credit card you pluck out of your wallet can make as much of a statement as the purse or pants in which you carry it.

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