This is for the believers in our Lord Jesus Christ: Knoxville; Shreveport, La.; and Chattanooga were first as “Bible-minded” and Christ-centered cities, according to Barna Research, a group that studies the intersection of faith and culture.
Congratulations to Mark West and the other individuals who faced weather and ridicule to gather enough signatures to demand the right to refuse to finance sin and its consequences — after the Chattanooga City Council voted to approve domestic partner insurance benefits for city workers.
Let me start off by saying that the actions of the Marion County High School coaches were in fact inexcusable and unworthy of men to whom parents trust their children.
Well, Police Chief Bobby Dodd you sure showed us.
Randy Schultz (Perspective, Nov. 24) worries about “a figurative civil war” that divides Americans.
Kudos to Katie Hawkins and her students at Brown Middle School! Businesses should set a good example by using proper grammar.
Thank you Texas Roadhouse Restaurant for honoring our military men and women with a complimentary lunch on Veteran's Day.
According to the 2012 Crime in Tennessee Report issued by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the Chattanooga Police Department cleared 43 percent of the forcible rape offenses.
What's UTC doing with a street preacher on campus in the first place? I thought that went out of vogue in the '80s.
It was because of my grandma telling me "No more tattoos!" that I wanted to see if everyone felt the same way she did or if my youthful interest in tattoos was simply a trend.
EPB (Electric Power Board) has certainly been a leader in establishing energy efficiency for its customers, but TVA seems to be keeping the lid on their programs.
On Oct. 22, I attended a City Council meeting.
Christians in the military are being persecuted for their beliefs.
It would be a shame if TVA were sold. Few know the city we enjoy wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for dams they built by an unemployed public.
No good deed should go unnoticed.