Letters to the Editor

There are still good people in the world. My daughter, who teaches at Ganns Middle Valley Elementary School, said the principal came to her room and wanted her to meet someone.

  • Sept. 14th, 2014  |
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Get involved to stop abuse

  • Sept. 14th, 2014  |
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On Sept. 1, the Times Free Press ran an article titled "Volkswagen union could signal change for Tennessee" that misquoted me by erroneously stating I had claimed the UAW would be negative for our state because it could push up wages — a statement I have never made and absolutely do not believe.

In response to Julie Baumgardner's column of Aug. 24: I agree with Ms. Baumgardner's advice that women considering becoming single mothers should think carefully about this choice, in part because fathers can make positive contributions to children's development.

Army Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene was recently buried at Arlington National Cemetery.

I wonder how many hard workers will be retiring from the Highway 27 construction project, involving about two miles of road through Stringer's Ridge, with full benefits once the project finishes in 2035.

David Cook, ever vigilant for opportunities to chide and scold us, aim cheap shots at Rep. Fleischmann or tickle our funny bones with his observations on capital punishment, now warns that it is dehumanizing to us to think of the butchers of ISIS as “monsters” for reasons that are abundantly clear to … well … David Cook.

It’s funny how the school board’s attitude toward money varies so greatly, depending on who the recipients are. When they were retroactively voting themselves a pension, they had no qualms.

One evening around 9, an angel by the name of Dave saw me (a 78-year-old widow) driving on I 24 with a flat tire.

  • Sept. 7th, 2014  |
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Please pray for the great persecution now going on in Iraq as the terrorist group ISIS is brutally killing anyone that doesn't agree with them, including Shia Muslims, Yazidis and Christians.

The moment that many of us have been waiting for is upon us.

I'm not a cop. I don't even know any cops hereabouts, but once long ago, I carried a sidearm and worked for my chief of police.

Normally, I only skim the Sports section until college football comes around.

Recently a column in the newspaper was devoted to abolishing the death penalty.

In response to the great letter to the editor which appeared in your paper on Aug. 24: Mr. Watson’s criticism of Weston Wamp and your newspaper was damning and accurate!

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