Instead of privatizing TVA, perhaps we should look at privatizing Congress.
On Monday, the 8-year-old Hamilton County Drug Court celebrated its 100th graduate — a nearly 30-year addict who officials said had been arrested on at least 96 different charges.
Our hearts and prayers go out to the people of Moore, Okla., today — along with a Tennessee Red Cross team and a Tennessee-based federal search and rescue group.
HEADLINE: Restructuring delays Chattanooga budget
Few things can match the fear, dread and panic of losing a pet.
"I've had enough of reading things ... by neurotic, psychotic, pigheaded politicians ... all I want is the truth, just give me some truth."
The strip mall was like any other: a manicurist, a shoe shop or Laundromat, some empty storefronts with "For Lease" signs in their windows.
Last Friday, her heart beating as if it was bursting out of a stable, Stacie Sparks Hand loaded up her gray Nissan, hugged and kissed her parents bye, and drove away from her Red Bank home.
• Who is the most powerful person in the area?
The average person is lied to 10 to 200 times daily, according to research conducted by Pamela Meyer, CEO of Calibrate, a fraud-detection firm in Washington, D.C.
WE HAD A SEND-OFF for Jerry Garcia on the Walnut Street bridge. The police took pictures. Hey, tea party, welcome to our world!
HOW MANY bicyclists must be killed before they are banned from public roads for their own safety?
THIS IS AMERICA. If a man wants to smoke a joint or pick up a hooker, it’s none of the government’s business!
The title of the Chris Carroll story, "Sen. Alexander out on a limb by advocating an Internet sales tax in Tennessee," is beyond misleading.
I take exception to your editorial concerning the over-zealousness of the Signal Mountain police by arresting those underage drinkers.
Enough already! Where misdeeds have been done and situations have been mismanaged, do something to address them, seek solutions.
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