Remembering Hayden-Mother turns advocate after son’s suicide

Posted on March 8, 2017

Remembering Hayden-Mother turns advocate after son’s suicide 


Cardiac Rehab Gets Fitness Instructor Spinning Again

Posted on February 15, 2017

Michael Berry of Knoxville is living proof that you can be in great shape and still have heart disease. 


Pain Relief- Making a run for it

Posted on February 8, 2017

Once Marissa Carnes started running, she was hooked 


Parkwest’s First Baby of New Year

Posted on January 31, 2017

Parkwest’s First Baby of New Year is No. 8 for Scott County Family  


Cancer Survivor Has “a Lot of Living to Do”

Posted on December 6, 2016

Sara Forrester is faithful about getting yearly mammograms. At five feet tall, the sprightly grandmother takes care of her health by walking regularly, and says she usually hits 10,000 steps on her pedometer every day. “I always get a screening (mammogram) every year. I try to go during October, during breast cancer awareness month, because 


The Singing Ambassador- Peninsula puts autistic student on course

Posted on December 2, 2016

Peninsula student goes to Pellissippi State Community College. 


Bad back tests mettle of Alcoa furnace tender

Posted on December 1, 2016

Like any working stiff who has just been told he needs spinal surgery, Tommy Rogers’ first thoughts were about his job.   “My big concern was the length of recovery,” said Rogers, a 47-year-old furnace tender at the Alcoa aluminum plant now known as Arconic. “I was thinking house payments and bills. I thought I 


Partial total knee arthroplasty keeps Ed Dennison running

Posted on November 17, 2016

Ed Dennison doesn’t need Tony Stark’s Iron Man suit to do some pretty amazing things. All he needs is a pair of running shoes and an artificial knee joint made from titanium alloys and polyethylene plas­tic and he’s good to go. And go. And go. In fact, Dennison has been on the go since Parkwest