I write this to say the broken record continues.
Being conservative, accessible, competent, an experienced and proven leader, possessing excellent business skills, being extremely hard-working and having a great desire to serve our state are qualities I want in my state representative in District 27.
Much has been made of the immigration crisis as unaccompanied children among others from Central America are illegally entering this country in uncontrollable numbers.
Several Patsy Hazlewood fans have touted her for District 27 representative because she is “politically flexible” with “no political obligations.” If those statements are true, so, too, is the corollary; she has no political convictions, either.
Recently my 8-year-old granddaughter sent me a letter.
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization that has been dedicated to voter education since 1920.
It is a simple question: Have we lost sight of the fact that our time and resources are precious and limited?
I have been a patron of the Chattanooga Theatre Centre for many years; for several years I covered the theater while reporting for The Chattanooga Times.
The city of Soddy-Daisy recently announced the purchase of 285 acres in Big Soddy Creek Gulf, and commendations and congratulations are in order.
America is in a mess. And it began on the heels of World War II.
Walter Williams is right.
Recently, at the Walmart on Brainerd Road, I witnessed a good deed.
The writer July 9 seems neither an educator nor someone familiar with that world.
I am writing to urge support of Medicaid expansion in Tennessee.
Today, there is a movement in the country to weaken the nation.