Petition Pick Up So far!

Hello Loves,   Petitions can now be picked up and returned for the Knox County elections next year.  Here is the list as of today of who has picked them one up.   A petition has to be signed by registered voters who reside in the county. It's also the last of the paperwork to … Continue reading Petition Pick Up So far!

Local Photographer Mini Sessions

Hello Loves, Local Photographer and avid McCalla Around Knoxville Advertiser, Sara Engle is doing mini sessions on November 11, 2017 at Meade’s Quarry (Ijams Nature Center) from 10am -1pm. So what’s a mini session you may ask? A mini session is a 5 to 10 picture session for you and your family or just you … Continue reading Local Photographer Mini Sessions

A Representative, A Lieutenant Governor, and Schulz Brau

Hello Loves, State Representative Roger Kane is having a fundraiser but not to stay a state Representative! He's having his second fundraiser to earn your vote and raise some money to become your next  Knox County Court Clerk, but look who's supporting him: Lieutenant Governor Randy McNally and the Knoxville Delegation.  So many wonderful people … Continue reading A Representative, A Lieutenant Governor, and Schulz Brau

Our Mayor and The Miltary

Hello Loves, Mayor Burchett spoke at The Knoxville Navy Ball at the Marriott this past Saturday night. The Navy Ball is sponsored by the Knoxville Navy League and is organized by a group of sailors stationed at Naval Operational Support Center. You can Find the whole speech Here on my Facebook , but I’ll give … Continue reading Our Mayor and The Miltary

Pour Some Good Times In Knoxville!

Hello Loves,   A new Knoxville watering hole has open and its concept is not only neat but super fun. Pour located at 207 West Jackson Avenue is a new concept on a bar that doesn't have bartenders and you don't pay by the glass but by the ounce…   When you walk in you're … Continue reading Pour Some Good Times In Knoxville!

Roger Kane’s Huge Campaign Kick Off

Hello Loves,   Last Thursday State Representative Roger Kane officially announced his plans to run for Knox County Court Clerk. His kick off was at Calhoun's on the River. The amount of people who showed up to support Roger was overwhelming. Many of his fellow legislators attended to his family and friends. The kick off … Continue reading Roger Kane’s Huge Campaign Kick Off

Job Well Done Representative John J. Duncan Jr.

Hello Loves, It’s been a busy political week for Knoxville. Representative John J. Duncan Jr. announced he will not seek re-election next year after a remarkable three decades in office. Duncan says he has thought about retiring before this decision, but now is the time and on to the next chapter of his life. Duncan … Continue reading Job Well Done Representative John J. Duncan Jr.