Over the last fews weeks I have noticed one news item seems to get more airtime on TV than I would have ever thought — the British Royal Family Feud.
One of my resolutions for this year, especially since it is the start of a new decade, is to be kinder and gentler to everyone I meet.
Note: what you’re about to read is fake news. Honest. I’m not talking about what politicians call fake news. This is truly, absolutely fake news.
Today’s cops have a big, visible target on their backs in case you haven’t noticed — oh, well of course you have — and it’s creating some serious angst in the law enforcement community.
Thanksgiving is a federally mandated day of warmth and family togetherness and we are obliged to participate or endure 12 months of ostracization, vilification and worse.
The scariest night of the year has come and gone and homes around the country are winding down from the gigantic sugar highs created by a gazillion tons of Halloween candy.
Recently, I paid tribute to Chattanooga radio legend Luther Masingill on the fifth anniversary of his death, but I’ve never shared the story of how he got into the National Radio Hall of Fame.
Halloween is coming and with it all the fun of carved pumpkins and sliced fingers plus sitting around the house at night watching old horror flicks and scaring the bejeebers out of each other.
Unless you live under a rock in California or some other foreign country, you know that the U.S. House of Representatives is hankering to impeach president Trump.
On Oct. 10 at 6 p.m. in the community room at the E.G. Fisher Public Library, Ms. Gina Brown from Vital Records at McMinn Health Department will discuss the vital records needed to get your REAL I.D. card.