The March 22 poll question, "Do schools need more technology or art?", is based on the false premise that the two are mutually exclusive.
We need jobs for citizens of the United States.
My wife and I are on a BlueCross BlueShield Advantage plan.
After several months of crippling snowstorms and flooding, I really look forward to spring weather, green grass and flowers in bloom.
Even as this month we honor a great Christian missionary, St. Patrick, with our Catholic friends by wearing green, did you know that not all Irish favor this?
Much sensationalism has surrounded the recent raid of an animal rescue group, the Puppy Patch, in Morristown, Tenn.
I've been thinking about the sharp, partisan divide in the Tennessee state and federal governments and the GOP domination of the process of governing.
Recently, I had an appointment on Shallowford Road in East Brainerd's road repair area. Two narrow lanes of traffic and a line of paving trucks obscured a left turn I needed to make.
Ambrose Bierce called politics “a strife of interest masquerading as a contest of principals.”
Currently, as I understand it, the Tennessee General Assembly is studying an act to keep Tennessee in the Eastern Daylight Time zone year-round. On first blush, this change sounded good to me.
I am sick to death with your constant poor excuses about the quality of the newspaper.
End union domination of education in Tennessee and return our schools to a Top 10 position instead of being in the bottom 10. Thank you, Sen. Corker, for facing down the threat of union domination of the auto industry in Tennessee.
My wife and I frequently eat out at local restaurants. Over the last several months, we have encountered a rather strange phenomenon. When receiving our utensils, spoons are seldom included in the setting.
The AP story “Conservatives talk up social issues” recently misrepresented aspects of the Conservative Political Action Conference in D.C.
The biggest political lie of 2014 must be Sen. Bob Corker's statement that VW's new SUV line would be announced for Chattanooga with certainty, within two weeks, if the UAW was rejected by its employees.