KNOXVILLE — Alumni, friends, faculty and staff gathered together yesterday for a special dedication of Shiloh on the Heights: Columbarium, Memorial Garden and Prayer Oak. The Columbarium is a collection of niches designed to house the cremated remains of loved ones. The word ‘columbarium’ translates to “sleeping places,” and was the original name for Christian grave … Read moreAlumni gather for special memorial garden,columbarium dedication
Ryan Miller placed first in the night’s event after two successful 8 second rides for his first Velocity Tour win this season.
KNOXVILLE — Last week Crown College entered a time of mourning as one of their own, Blake Smith, a junior, was found dead Feb. 5, after going missing over the weekend. Crown College held prayer vigils Sunday, Feb. 4 and Monday Feb. 5 for Smith, according to Knox News. Tuesday, Founder and President of Crown College, … Read moreLocal Crown College in state of mourning
KNOXVILLE Seated behind a desk in the Bubble, an office located directly through the front doors of the Phillips-Welshimer Building, is a woman with longtime connections to Johnson University.
KNOXVILLE — Johnathan Tyler is a freshman at Johnson University Tennessee campus. He is in the School of Intercultural Studies, focusing on linguistics.
KNOXVILLE—Three intramural basketball games took place Monday night, in which the black team beat the purple team and now holds the lead in the league standings. The black team defeated the Purple team by a score of 66-61. The black team now has a record of 4-1, the best in intramural basketball. Neither team held … Read moreBlack leads intramural basketball standings
Buddy’s Bar-b-q in Sevierville held their first ‘Hometown Pork and Pickin’ Mondays’ event of the month, Feb. 5. This night of bluegrass/gospel music featured The Ray Ball Singers.