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State GOP legislators declare Tennessee a ‘right to die’ state

By Diana Bogan, Feb 10, 2015, Categories: News

“Those who can afford it can go on living if they want,” says Sen. Frank Niceley.

Area Scandal-makers Still Ply their Old-timey Craft

By Diana Bogan, Feb 04, 2015, Categories: News

Perhaps you heard Burchett and Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero, who allowed proxies to fill their seats during the radio-system selection process, are left with egg on their faces ...

Knoxville Reported to Have “No-Faux” Zones

By Diana Bogan, Jan 26, 2015, Categories: News

This is a Mocks News Special Report.

After Reelection, Haslam Mulls Operation to Reinsert Spine

By Diana Bogan, Jan 20, 2015, Categories: News

With a tidal wave reelection under his belt, Gov. Haslam is looking to possibly assert himself in his second term.

Upcoming Presidential Visit Upsets Pretty Much Everyone

By Diana Bogan, Jan 07, 2015, Categories: News

At publication time, the president's East Tennessee itinerary was still mostly shrouded in secrecy, but some aspects of the visit are familiar. The Mocksville Reporter will fill you in.

Ramsey Proposes Monument to Lives Lost in War for Profitable Tennessee Health Insurance

By Diana Bogan, Jan 02, 2015, Categories: News

The Mocksville Reporter uncovers plans for the "Tomb of the Unknown Uninsured Tennessean."

Knox Welcomes Big Mouths Festival 2015

By Diana Bogan, Dec 14, 2014, Categories: News

One thing that we all can appreciate is a good laugh, so it’s going to be our pleasure to publish as many humorous features about Knox Vegas as we can.

Meet Our Columnists: Scott McNutt

By Diana Bogan, Dec 14, 2014, Categories: Community

Scott McNutt was born a small, bald, pudgy, pink, cranky blob over 50 years ago in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Neither his appearance nor his demeanor have changed much since.