Pancreatic cancer remains one of the deadliest cancers with a five-year survival rate of just 6 percent and no early detection tools or effective treatments.
The Cee Lo editorial on June 11 ended in a pacificatory query, "Isn't it about time we all grow up?"
Some years ago, a group of my friends were visiting England.
I work with a group of men from Rivermont Presbyterian Church who volunteer regularly for Habitat for Humanity.
Around Mother’s Day this paper presented an estimate of the market value of the services a mother typically provides her family. The total was impressive.
I read with interest two letters in Sunday's paper. First, the one that was satirical about liberals and conservatives.
The story about the Strut being a bright spot for old Ninth Street is the type of reporting that a great newspaper does.
This past Sunday, I was blessed to host a bone marrow donor registry drive at Chattanooga Christian Assembly.
Ever since the Patten Towers residents were herded out of their homes, leaving behind necessary personal items such as eyeglasses, photo IDs, false teeth, prescription medicines, wallets and other vital daily needs — probably never to see them again — our local social services organizations have been too-thinly stretched.
"Drew's View" on May 31 argues that Knoxville does not own the Tennessee Theatre and Davidson County the Ryman Auditorium.
Summertime brings to mind warm days, fun barbecues and good times with friends and families.
In addition to providing urgent and primary care services to the Chattanooga community, Doctors Express also recently provided an automated external defibrillator (AED) to Rivermont Park, home to the Rivermont Youth Athletic Association, a nonprofit community service organization responsible for directing youth athletic programs that provide wholesome recreation to hundreds of boys and girls in the local area.
Having read and watched numerous reports of the bullying in the schools, I wonder if there is an aggressive attempt by many to put an end to this.
The Free Press editorial published June 5 was misleading and an attack on our local small businesses.
I am so embarrassed for Coffee County.