South Knox

Community remembers marble history

Community remembers marble history

by Nathaniel Howard The Candoro Arts and Heritage Center will host a free Homecoming Chili Supper Sunday Oct. 23 from 2 to 6 p.m. The event will honor former Knoxville marble workers and give the community a chance to participate in remembering local history. The Center hosts weddings, events and[Read More…]

South-Doyle Falls to Gibbs

by Lee Ramsey South-Doyle’s football team’s hopes of making the post-season playoffs took a serious hit last Friday night when they lost to the Gibbs Eagles 28-7 at South-Doyle. The Cherokees were at a huge disadvantage as one of their top players, Ton’Quez Ball, was out with a fractured collarbone[Read More…]

Oct 13, 2016 Schools, South Knox, Sports
South-Doyle Swats The Hornets

South-Doyle Swats The Hornets

by Lee Ramsey The South-Doyle Cherokees despite two turnovers inside their own 20-yard line and down 14-7 early came back to defeat Carter 50-36 in a wide open offensive game at South-Doyle. Cherokee quarterback Caleb Wender had a productive night passing for 205 yards and three touchdowns while completing 14[Read More…]

Sep 30, 2016 News, Schools, South Knox, Sports

School Receives Literacy Grant

South Knox Elementary recently received a grant from the Dollar General Literacy Fund to pursue further reading programs with the students enrolled at the school, located on Sevier Avenue in Knoxville. Principal Dr.Tanna Niceley said the school is very excited about the chance to use the funds to make a[Read More…]

Sep 30, 2016 Community, News, Schools, South Knox

HVA Defeats S-D With Big Plays

The Hardin Valley Academy Hawks demolished the South-Doyle Cherokees with big plays last Friday at HVA by a score of 47-7. The fact that the Hawks were playing without their senior running back Tim Frizzel who was out with a knee injury didn’t seem to slow them down against the[Read More…]

Sep 16, 2016 News, Schools, Seymour, South Knox, Sports
Final Event of The Season in South Knoxville

Final Event of The Season in South Knoxville

Residents of Knoxville will have one more opportunity to take a ride or walk with city officials during the final touring event of Bike Walk Knoxville’s summer lineup. The event in South Knoxville is an opportunity to ride with city and county officials on September 20 at 6pm. The ride[Read More…]

Sep 16, 2016 Community, Events, News, South Knox
Smash-And-Grab Crimes On Rise

Smash-And-Grab Crimes On Rise

by Meredith Cordle Knoxville Police spoke to the South Knoxville Alliance about the best ways to protect against theft in the area, after a rash of smash-and-grab car burglaries in South Knoxville. On Thursday, August 18, three vehicles were burglarized at Gold’s Gym on Chapman Highway in South Knoxville. The[Read More…]

Sep 8, 2016 News, South Knox

South-Doyle Ends Losing Streak

After losing every game last season as well as the first game this season, the South-Doyle Cherokees won a game this past Friday night. The team traveled to Karns where they won impressively by a score of 34-3. The Cherokees shined both offensively and defensively. S-D piled up 317 yards[Read More…]

Sep 1, 2016 News, Schools, South Knox, Sports

Area Sprayed For West Nile Carrying Mosquitoes

South Knox County residents, including areas abutting Seymour have been warned to wear long-sleeved shirts and pants and to use bug spray, liquids, or lotions in order to prevent exposure to mosquitoes potentially infected with West Nile Virus. The Knox County Health Department has found the presence of West Nile[Read More…]

Sep 1, 2016 News, South Knox

Group Hosts Meeting With City Officials

It seems daily that new problems and issues arise from Chapman Highway, the main thoroughfare and headache for those traveling in and through South Knoxville. One local group, in conjunction with city administration, is hoping to assuage community fears at their September meeting. The South Knoxville Alliance is inviting the[Read More…]

Aug 11, 2016 Community, Knox County, News, South Knox