00
KNOXVILLE NEWS: News from Knoxville - Knox County, Sevier County, Blount County!
 
knoxville news
knoxville news knoxville daily sun lifestyle business knoxville sports travel knoxville classifieds knoxville jobs knoxville legal notices knoxville yellow pages smoky mountains contact facebook twitter linkedin rss entertainment knoxville advertising
  military threats
Airmen secure a load of cargo in a C-130H Hercules at Qayyarah Airfield West, Iraq, Feb. 3, 2017.

DIA director testifies on top five global military threats
By Cheryl Pellerin, DOD


WASHINGTON, May 23, 2017 — Four countries and extremist organizations are the top five military threats facing the nation, the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency said here this morning.

Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Vincent R. Stewart testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee to discuss worldwide threats. Also testifying today was Daniel R. Coats, director of National Intelligence.

Full story >>

  habitat for humanity
Knoxville Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s celebrated National Women Build Week by kicking off construction of a new home for future homeowner Kendra.

Abby Ham, Knoxville Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s team up to build home


KNOXVILLE – Broadcast personality Abby Ham and volunteers joined Knoxville Habitat for Humanity during the first build day of National Women Build Week. Lowe’s helped launch National Women Build Week to empower women to advocate for affordable housing and spotlight the homeownership challenges faced by many.
Full story >>

marcos pizza
Marco’s Pizza opens in Powell
arrowmont
Ninety Sevier County students offered
free tuition at Arrowmont
worlds toughest race
World's toughest race returns for its
eighth edition, July 2017
summer camps
Some Tennessee summer camps feature barn stalls instead of classroom walls
rainbow falls trail
Rainbow Falls Trail rehab begins
blues bbq festival
4th Annual Brevard Blues & BBQ Festival
meredith denny
Knoxville native scores big
at national event

tremont institute
Tremont Institute receives $7,000 grant
art market gallery
Art Market Gallery
features clay works

Former Knoxville insurance producer faces $400,000 penalty, license revocation
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) has taken disciplinary action against a Knoxville-based former Tennessee insurance producer who violated multiple provisions of Tennessee law.
Full Story >>


DICK’S Sporting Goods now hiring sports and outdoor enthusiasts in Oak Ridge
PITTSBURGH – DICK’S Sporting Goods (NYSE: DKS), the largest U.S.-based, full-line omni-channel sporting goods retailer, has announced it is now hiring approximately 55 full-time, part-time and temporary associate positions.
Full Story >>


Savannah Bee Company opening store in Gatlinburg
GATLINBURG – Savannah Bee Company is making major buzz in Tennessee. The Georgia-based business, and leader in all things Honeybee, will soon open its doors in the state’s newest family based attraction, Anakeesta.
Full Story >>


Proposals now accepted for tree planting projects
NASHVILLE— The Tennessee Department of Agriculture Division of Forestry is now accepting urban forestry tree planting project proposals through the Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program (TAEP).
Full Story >>


Free special programs for Knoxville cancer victims
Cancer Support Community is offering special programs in June for cancer victims in Knoxville. Everything is free of charge to those impacted by cancer — patients, family members, and loved ones.
Full Story >>









Translate the Knoxville Daily Sun









Knoxville News Archives
News
Real Estate
Jobs
Sports
Autos
Weather
  Lifestyle
Religion
Travel
Shopping
Smoky Mountains
  Business & Money
Yellow Pages
  About
News Alerts
Submit News
Place An Ad
Contact Us
Twitter
  Classifieds
Jobs
  Entertainment

knoxville daily sun Knoxville Daily Sun
2017 Image Builders
User Agreement | Privacy Policy
knoxville news - knoxville daily news - knoxville newspapers - knoxville daily newspaper



The Knoxville Daily Sun is privately owned.
We reserve the right to refuse any editorial content, press releases, or advertisements.
knoxville news   . . . . . . . . . . . . .