Letters to the Editor

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!

Recently a letter writer asked if anyone reads the Bible, and he cited support for the marriage equality law as lack of biblical literacy.

The EMS Week Bass Tournament raised $2,500 this year for their two local charities: $2,000 was given to the Paramedic Scholarship Fund and $500 to the Forgotten Child Fund.

  • Aug. 31st, 2014  |
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I would like to commend the Chattanooga Parks and Recreation Department crew who work so hard every day to keep the Greenway at Spangler Farm looking beautiful.

Thank you to everyone who supported me in the recent August election, my stalwart friends, my earnest campaign committee, my tireless volunteers, my generous contributors and all those who voted.

  • Aug. 30th, 2014  |
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David Cook is a gifted writer whose leftward drift scuttles many a column. So it was with "To mourn, with no answers."

Thank you for your work at the Times Free Press.

Will somebody tell me how Germany, with slightly more than one-third our population, a highly unionized workforce and taxes almost double ours, can be ahead of us and second only to China in exports?

I was disappointed to read the hummingbird tips at the end of the “Winged Beauty” article.

  • Aug. 26th, 2014  |
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To say that suicide is a cowardly act is to commit a cowardly act against the deceased who cannot defend themselves.

Recently, my husband left his cell phone on the driver's seat of a rental car.

  • Aug. 24th, 2014  |
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I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank the police department for its quick response to the alarm that was set off on a recent Tuesday morning at Westview Elementary and for the quick apprehension of the man who vandalized a beautiful school, forcing it to be closed for the day.

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