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VOL. 45 | NO. 22 | Friday, May 28, 2021

Attorney combines avocation, occupation

Longtime rider finds her niche helping bicycle crash victims

Amy Johnson had spent her entire childhood as a competitive swimmer, running as part of her training. So during a post-college stint in Washington, D.C., she signed up for her first triathlon, bought a bicycle and assumed her longtime endurance in the other two sports would propel her through all three segments of the race.

JOE ROGERS: MY TAKE

Hard to get a good answer on pandemic steps

“This is now no longer a pandemic,” a Tennessee legislator declared of the COVID situation last month. She gets points for optimism, though not for accuracy.

NEWSMAKERS

Holcomb joins Red Stag as CEO

Dusty Holcomb is the new CEO of Red Stag Fulfillment, a subsidiary of Mollenhour Gross, he and will be relocating to Knoxville.

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EVENTS

Free family fun. Starting June 2, the Knoxville Office of Special Events and Parks and Recreation will host free Kid A’ Riffic Fun in the Park in eight city parks. Families are invited to participate in crafts, games and other activities on Wednesdays in June and July, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. No registration is required. Information

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BRIEFS

Chamber’s study: Young adult talent needed

The Knoxville Chamber has released Talent Redefined, a multiyear strategy to retain and recruit more skilled and educated talent to the region.

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Chip shortage: Fewer choices, higher car prices

The pandemic appears to be receding in the U.S. and the economy recovering, yet car shoppers heading back to car dealerships are in for a surprise: There are fewer vehicles to choose from and those that are available are more expensive.

BUSINESS BOOK REVIEW

Pandemic got you down? Give ‘Unstoppable’ a read

Nothing can hold you back. You’ve been through the storm and survived, and it’s made you stronger. Now you’ve seen the future, and that’s yours, too.

PERSONAL FINANCE

Here’s how to be a better long-distance caregiver

Long pandemic lockdowns forced many older adults to become comfortable with video calls to stay connected with family. That in turn means that long-distance caregivers have a better way to see how their loved ones are faring.

CAREER CORNER

A few questions for the boss as you return to the office

Some people say it takes 21 days to change a habit. For those working from home, the habit is now fully set. It’s been more than 365 days since we first packed up our offices and began to work from the dining room table of our homes.

MILLENNIAL MONEY

Set your strategy for traditional Memorial Day sales

Last Memorial Day, Americans were dizzy from the pandemic, recession and widespread shutdowns. Many had shopping for hand sanitizer and toilet paper on the brain.

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