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VOL. 45 | NO. 27 | Friday, July 2, 2021

‘A small woman in stature, a giant in faith’

‘Ms. Finch’s list’ helps 30K Black Knoxvillians get lifesaving vaccines

Long before the pandemic surfaced, Cynthia Finch had been serving on various committees to address disparities in health care among Knoxville area residents.

Emerging from the pandemic's uncertainty

Have we had enough liminal space yet? We’ve been in this time of uncertainty and anxiety for more than a year and have most certainly changed. We’ve learned new things, about ourselves and our way of life. The Before Time seems so long ago now. Can we even remember what used to be our daily routine?

RELIGION

Millions skipped church during pandemic; will they return?

With millions of people having stayed home from places of worship during the coronavirus pandemic, struggling congregations have one key question: How many of them will return?

Local Weather
Currently
Knoxville, TN
74.0°F
Light Rain
Wind: Northwest at 8.1 mph
Humidity: 88%

EVENTS

Free Family Fun. The Knoxville Office of Special Events and Parks and Recreation continues its free Kid A’ Riffic Fun in the Park Wednesday at Holston River Park, 3300 Holston Hills Road. Families are invited to participate in crafts, games and other activities on Wednesdays in July. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. No registration is required. Information

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JOE ROGERS: MY TAKE

One chord and the truth: Learning guitar late is hard

Despite being profoundly unmusical, with compromised dexterity, I’ve decided to buy a guitar and try to learn to play.

NEWSMAKERS

Incoming UT students named to Haslam Scholars

The University of Tennessee has announced the 15 incoming students who have been named to the 2021 Haslam Scholars cohort.

BRIEFS

Athens DENSO facility wins safety award

The DENSO facility in Athens has been recognized with the state’s Volunteer Safety Through Accountability and Recognition award.

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Drop that top: The best convertibles for 2021

If last summer was all about hunkering down, staying safe and social distancing, 2021’s sunshine season will see us reconnecting with friends and getting back out into the world. What better way to embark on new adventures than in a convertible?

PERSONAL FINANCE

Financial vital signs you need to monitor right now

A midyear financial review is often a good idea. This year, it’s almost essential.

CAREER CORNER

Discovering career independence

Are you feeling happy, or is something missing? If you’ve been thinking of making a change, this could be the perfect time. For many people, the pandemic has forced them to reevaluate what they want.

MILLENNIAL MONEY

How points, miles credit cards can ease return to travel

As the COVID-19 vaccination era makes it safer to travel, many people who stayed home during pandemic shutdowns are vacationing again. Airport checkpoint numbers have increased about 20% from January through mid-June compared with the same time frame in 2020, the Transportation Security Administration reports.

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