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  1. Vandals strike in the night at McFeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2018 | Farragut Press

    A photograph taken by Town of Farragut officials showed the tracks left following vandalism in McFee Park soccer field by a vehicle in the middle of the night while snow fell late Tuesday, Jan. 16, and early Wednesday, Jan. 17. While people were sleeping through last week's snowfall, a vandal made tracks on and around the soccer field in McFee Park. David Smoak, Town of Farragut administrator, said during the middle of the night during the snowfall between late Tuesday, Jan. 16, and early Wednesday, Jan. 17, someone drove "a large vehicle all over the [soccer] field and the side of the hills leading up to the field."

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  2. BOMA: rezone Virtue propertyRead the original story

    Jan 25, 2018 | Farragut Press

    Developer Glen Glafenhein was granted his rezoning request for an 87.1-acre property along Virtue Road. Meanwhile, talks continue regarding a cost-share agreement between Glafenhein and the Town to improve a portion of Virtue Road.

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  3. The Rotary Club of Farragut After Christmas PartyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2018 | Farragut Press

    The Rotary Club of Farragut membership enjoyed fellowship as they relaxed with an After Christmas Party at Loudon County Claypond Farm, home of member Ron Lawrence and his wife, Carolyn Lawrence, Saturday, Jan. 13. At least 45 members attended the event, enjoying food, beverages and camaraderie.

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  4. Farragut's Homecoming QueenRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2018 | Farragut Press

    Based on academic merit and extracurricular activities, Farragut High School senior Camille Phillipy was one of 63 high school homecoming queens chosen from 20 states for the AutoZone Liberty Bowl Queen event. She is pictured on the Liberty Bowl Stadium field during pre-game activities Dec.30.

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  5. Out with the old, in with StarbucksRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2018 | Farragut Press

    The former Silver Spoon restaurant, located at the corner of Kingston Pike and South Campbell Station Road, is in the process of being demolished to make way for the planned Farragut Gateway development - and first tenant, Starbucks. As the former Silver Spoon restaurant was being torn down over the last few weeks, making way for what will be Farragut Gateway, property developers signed its first tenant.

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  6. Prom of the Stars set for March 3Read the original story

    Jan 25, 2018 | Farragut Press

    Thanks to a Farragut church, hundreds of special needs individuals will be enjoying their own special prom in March. Volunteers with Farragut First Christian Church currently are busy working toward what will be its 15th year of offering Prom of the Stars, set for Saturday, March 3, in Knoxville Convention Center.

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  7. FHS girls breeze past Lady Irish, but fall hard at LCRead the original story

    Jan 25, 2018 | Farragut Press

    After an unscheduled week away from the hardwood due to weather, the Farragut High School varsity girls basketball team had a little fun Friday night, Jan. 19. Farragut posted a 60-10 District 4-AAA win versus Knoxville Catholic in FHS's Lynn E. Sexton Gymnasium. "After sitting at home for about a week, it was just nice to get a chance to come out and play," said Farragut junior forward Sydney Chapman, who scored 10 points against the Lady Irish .

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  8. Through the LensRead the original story

    Jan 25, 2018 | Farragut Press

    Despite the efforts of Knox County Sheriff's Office West Precinct, located along Parkside Drive in Turkey Creek, does Town of Farragut need to create its own police department? Mayor Ralph McGill recently said speeding is becoming a serious problem in Farragut among other misdemeanor violations and felonies.

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  9. Ads rebound from close loss to destroy LC PanthersRead the original story

    Jan 25, 2018 | Farragut Press

    For the second time in as many games, Farragut High School boys basketball head coach Jon Higgins saw his team let a win slip away. The Admirals led for more than 31-and-a-half minutes in its game against Knoxville Catholic Friday night, Jan. 19. But late mistakes cost the Admirals, losing 44-42 to the Irish in a District 4-AAA tilt in FHS's Lynn E. Sexton Gymnasium.

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  10. Scholarship $ honor late H of Fame coach, wifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2018 | Farragut Press

    Friends of the late Lendon and Charlotte Welch have responded enthusiastically with monetary donations in their memory - especially the Farragut High School athletic community. However, the call remains strong for donations to Lendon and Charlotte Welch Memorial Scholarship Fund.

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  11. Farragut's McKeefery, CAK's Chinique champs in annual Halls InvitationalRead the original story

    Jan 18, 2018 | Farragut Press

    Five area high school wrestlers earned medals at one of the Volunteer State's prestigious tournaments Saturday. And two of those athletes left North Knox County with championships at the Halls Invitational Jan. 13, which is traditionally contested during the Rev.

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  12. Rotarians learn about reaching out to youthRead the original story

    Jan 18, 2018 | Farragut Press

    Rotary Club of Farragut members learned how a community is reaching out to Knoxville's inner city youths, ages 14 to 24, to give them a safe place to play and develop leadership and entrepreneur skills. Nicole Chandler, Change Center of Knoxville executive director, and Bruce Charles, its chief financial and entrepreneurial officer, shared the program's benefits with Farragut Rotarians during their meeting in Fox Den Country Club Thursday, Jan. 10. "Both have mentored me totally different in two different aspects," Farragut Rotarian Brandon Ross said of Chandler and Charles in his introduction.

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  13. Ex-Flying Ace now hits 'aces'Read the original story

    Jan 18, 2018 | Farragut Press

    David Catlett is a spry 74, and still regularly plays tennis - a sport he took up during his Navy days on Midway Island. David Catlett was just killing time when he first picked up a tennis racket on Midway Island.

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  14. Big Kahuna Wings looking to expandRead the original story

    Jan 18, 2018 | Farragut Press

    Big Kahuna Wings, 12828 Kingston Pike, has been serving customers for more than three years. Saying they are doing a booming business, ownership has plans to relocate and expand not far from its current location.

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  15. Moore has 'moving' momentRead the original story

    Jan 18, 2018 | Farragut Press

    Melanie Moore of Farragut, second from right, owner of Moore's Moving Company in Powell, with members of her crew. From left are moving specialist Peter Landolina; driver Rodrick Johnson; James Bolden, sales and management, and driver Daniel York.

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  16. presstalk 671-TALKRead the original story

    Jan 18, 2018 | Farragut Press

    I'm really ashamed of them. I think that it makes our village, our city, look really tacky.

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  17. letters to the editorRead the original story

    Jan 18, 2018 | Farragut Press

    Dear FWKCC Board of Directors, On the behalf of The Volunteer Ministry Center, I offer my sincere thanks to the Farragut West Knox Chamber of Commerce for the generous donation of gifts for our annual Holiday Store during the Chamber's Christmas Open House in December 2017. Please pass on a big THANK YOU to all of the businesses and individuals that donated gift items to make this holiday special for many in our community! The Holiday Store enabled 186 shoppers to earn points to "buy" holiday gifts for 563 loved ones and family members.

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  18. Re-enactment to honor Pleasant Forest legends; auditions setRead the original story

    Jan 18, 2018 | Farragut Press

    Nine inhabitants of Farragut's historic Pleasant Forest Cemetery will be celebrated in through live re-enactments June 10, and Town officials are looking for eight men and one woman to bring them to life. Open auditions for the nine scripted roles will be held starting at 4 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 1, and at 4 p.m., Monday, Feb. 5, in Farragut Town Hall.

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  19. SCAN helping Town seniors stay warmRead the original story

    Jan 18, 2018 | Farragut Press

    Farragut senior citizen Helen Trent, center, has a visit in her home Friday, Jan. 5, by Senior Citizens Awareness Network volunteers Marianne McGill, left, and Lynda Armstrong. With the recent frigid temperatures dropping into single digits, the welfare of senior citizens in Farragut and throughout the county rested on the shoulders of volunteers.

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  20. BOMA votes 4-1 for hotel/motel tax; awaits state exemptionRead the original story

    Jan 18, 2018 | Farragut Press

    Farragut Board of Mayor and Aldermen is seeking state authorization to enact a hotel/motel tax to fund a tourism program. The Board voted 4-1 during its meeting Thursday, Jan. 12, to approve a resolution requesting Tennessee General Assembly exempt the Town from the state's law prohibiting municipalities from enacting the hotel/motel tax and allow the Town to levy the tax.

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