For the crime of practically destroying Valley Memorial Baptist Church and causing so much pain to the congregation, Garrett Michael Belanger should suffer real punishment instead of a few weeks of jail time.
I enjoyed Ben Benton’s fine Oct. 23 report on coal mining approved on Dayton Mountain and the follow-up left page comments the next day.
Recently, on the Signal Mountain Cumberland Trail, I enjoyed God's wonderful gift of great weather, almost-perfect temperatures and the company of my two great friends David Harr and Jake Howell.
I wasn’t there, and I didn’t see it, but talk about it was all over town.
Well, voting is now over.
Re "Airport to talk to United on nonstops" (Oct. 21): Please stop trying to lure the likes of American, Delta and United to expand; the airfare still is too much.
In the article about the new cathedral being planned for Knoxville, you implied all Catholics are well off. You're wrong.
To those of you using Shallowford Road and Morris Hill Road as a shortcut to East Brainerd Road, you have every right to do so, but won’t you please slow down and keep to your side of the middle line.
I see religious right leaders in the media frequently opining about the moral decay in America.
The 6th Cavalry Museum, like all nonprofits, has many unique volunteer opportunities.
Reactions from today’s headlines about Ebola are reminiscent of the mid-’80s when HIV and AIDS first made headlines.
hank you, Dr. Randy Davis, for the great Oct. 17 commentary.
Re: "Chattanooga woman turns to Go Fund Me for IUD birth control" (Oct. 8): The remark that Laura Kramer doesn't want a baby is one that suggests she does not ever want to bear a child, and like many opinions about women and decisions about their body, this one is overly assumptive.
For decades, we have owned and operated businesses, paid taxes, banked, cultivated friendships and worshipped at church in Red Bank/White Oak.