Letters to the Editor

After attending “Chattanooga Dances” at the Center for Creative Arts, I was moved to write and rave about it.

  • Oct. 26th, 2014  |
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Sometimes it's important to read up on a candidate to see if the candidate's past opinions match up with his campaign rhetoric.

I'm voting for Dalton Temple as Red Bank commissioner in District 3.

In a very interesting article, “Risks of Mission Trips Rise in Post 9-11 World,” the speaker, Bob Klamser, was asked three questions from the audience which were hard to answer.

The editorial “Vote Yes on 1” (Oct. 12) serenely assures there’s no problem if the right to autonomy and privacy, currently guaranteed to all by the state of Tennessee, is rescinded for women considering abortions, even if rape or mortal medical danger is involved.

As Navy Day approaches on Oct. 27, let us take the time to dwell on the sacrifices that all our military make for our safety and freedom.

President Obama said, "I am not on the ballot ... but these policies (his) are."

  • Oct. 20th, 2014  |
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I have lived in eight wonderful states in our great country but have never felt the gratitude I feel for my good neighbors surrounding me. I was disabled at age 85.

  • Oct. 19th, 2014  |
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In response to the Chattanooga Times commentary, “Celebrating America’s Wilderness” in the Oct. 6 edition, I am proud to know that not all families have given into the corporate gimmick provided by the entertainment industry.

  • Oct. 19th, 2014  |
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I have read a couple of news stories that really puzzle me.

Jon Kinsey, please reconsider keeping the Station House at the Choo Choo as one of your restaurant/attractions.

  • Oct. 17th, 2014  |
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The president and his allies constantly complain that the "wealthiest Americans" need to "contribute and pay their fair share."

What do political signs tell us about an individual who is running for office? Nothing!

  • Oct. 15th, 2014  |
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Northpoint Boulevard, the road that connects Hixson Pike and Highway 153, is probably the bumpiest, most disgusting, highly traveled, shortest road in the area.

On Nov. 4, Red Bank residents will go to the polls to elect three candidates to be commissioners. This is a very important election for Red Bank.

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