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1. Ledger wins five categories in state competition -

The Knoxville Ledger has won five first-place awards in the annual University of Tennessee/Tennessee Press Association newspaper competition.

The Nashville Ledger and Hamilton County Herald, both sister publications, won four and five first-place awards, respectively. The three publications had a combined 30 top-five commendations.

2. How estate sales work -

There are some variables in how estate sales come to be, but for the most part they are commission-based. A seller will come into the home, assess the contents, work up a general value and then sit with the client to settle on a commission.

3. Estate sellers tell of their Antique Roadshow-worthy finds -

There’s not always gold in them thar hills, and finding an original copy of the U.S. Constitution behind a thrift store painting is more the stuff of legend than reality.

Still, estate sales professionals do unearth hidden gems from time to time:

4. Events -

Theatre opening. The Clarence Brown Theatre opens the 2018-19 season in a joint production with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra of Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide” to mark the 100th anniversary of Bernstein’s birth year. Bernstein was an influential composer, conductor, educator, activist, cultural ambassador and humanitarian. Friday, 7:30-10 p.m., 1714 Andy Holt Ave., Knoxville. Information

5. Ledger earns 2 top awards from Tennessee Press Association -

The Knoxville Ledger took two first-place awards last week at the annual University of Tennessee/Tennessee Press Association Awards.

First-place recogniyion included:

-- Local Features, Mike Blackerby, “Knox Makers leaving mark” () and “One man’s quest to preserve Appalachia’s artifacts

6. Back in the lab: How tree rings tell an artifact’s story -

Dr. Henri Grissino-Mayer, associate department head and the James R. Cox Professor of Geography in the University of Tennessee’s Department of Geography, and his team of students bring wood samples back to the lab in Knoxville to determine the age of the artifact.

7. Former deputy mayor back in private sector -

Christi Branscom is returning to her former firm, Partners, as chief operating officer and general counsel.

She was the City of Knoxville’s chief operating officer and deputy to the mayor for the past five and a-half years.

8. The threat of robotics -

Are the robots coming for our jobs? Like anything else in the world of economic and workforce development, the rise of artificial intelligence and the automated workforce is boon to some, bane to others.

9. Week 1 NFL playoff predictions -

The regular season is over and the postseason phase of the NFL is upon us. And while the Titans fell short in their quest to reach the playoffs, the postseason begins Saturday and Sunday with Wild-Card Weekend, featuring two games in each conference.

10. KCDC picks Bentley as executive director -

Benjamin M. Bentley is the new executive director of Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation.

Bentley currently serves as chief operating officer of Metro Nashville’s housing and development agency.

11. When a millionaire comes to call -

Like any other nonprofit, the Joy of Music School always has a needs list that outstrips its funding levels.

Direct fundraising through benefits and special events, building rentals, tenants, grants, some city and county dollars, funds from the Tennessee Arts Commission’s custom license plates … it’s all in the mix.

12. AGC names inaugural award winners -

The Associated General Contractors of Tennessee’s Knoxville Branch has announced the winners of its first Build Knoxville Awards.

The competition was open to general contractors and specialty contractors who are AGC members in good standing.