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Knoxville’s 9-10 year-old girls’ softball all-state team qualified for the state tournament. The team won the district title and was coached by Rhonda Douglas. Team members include from the left, Abby Davis, Charlie Vermeer, Jordan Salato, Emery Neer, Maddy Finley, Peyton McMurray, Anna Sanderson, Sydnee McKinney, Haley Godfrey, Bailey Caviness, Madelynn Liston and Carlee Graves. In the back are coaches Melissa Caviness, Rhonda Douglas and Randy McKinney.

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Upon completion and reopening of Third Street, should the City of Knoxville wait to start the next stage of the Streetscape and Infrastructure project until 2015?

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