To the editor:
On March 11, I read an article in The Chattanooga Times Free Press entitled “Cutbacks in local news leave some in the dark.” The article was written by David Bauder and David A. Lieb, both of The Associated Press.
March 6 marks the beginning of Lent, the period before Easter, when devout Christians abstain from animal foods in remembrance of Jesus’ 40 days of fasting in the wilderness.
I have read the State of the Union editorial from the Associated Press and Bill Freeman’s opinion piece in the Feb. 4 edition of the newspaper.
I am a newcomer to this beautiful area, “home” to so many wonderful people, surrounded by majestic mountains and priceless bodies of waterways — streams, creeks, rivers, lakes, etc.
Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018, is Election Day for national and state representatives, along with city elections for several of our local cities. You have to know this if you watch TV. Man, I am so tired of those commercials! If I believed them, I wouldn’t vote for anyone.
Imagine you are a National Guard Service Member at home with your family when the phone rings. It’s your unit commander who tells you that you are ordered to state duty for disaster response and have 24 hours to arrive at your unit and deploy to the disaster area.
To the editor: On behalf of the Friends of the E.G. Fisher Public Library, I want to thank everyone who assisted and supported our Used Book Sale at McMinn County High School. FOL members, volunteers, along with our inmate work crews, donated many days of work to unload and organize thousand…