I like to point out how often I have been wrong in my career.
Congratulations Tennessee, you’re getting national attention.
My, my, my. Look at this mess we’ve gotten ourselves into.
Here we are in the latter days of July and the heat index is over 100 degrees on many occasions.
Longtime Chattanooga TV news anchorman Bob Johnson passed away last week following a 14-year battle with Parkinson’s Disease. He was 73.
For years we have endured anti-public-school pundits lecture us as to why we should not spend more money on public schools.
Summertime is a total delight when it comes to sitting outside after dark or before sunrise and watching the sky.
In my continuing quest to write about something that doesn’t include the word “pandemic,” I’d like to explore how kids are spending their time…
I have a long history enjoying the beauty of Mother Nature.
As I write this, it has been 113 days since the first COVID-19 case was identified in my home county.
As many of you know, I am a big fan of quotations.
What a country, right?
Textile mills are part of our local heritage.
Last week my niece, Jeannie Paige, took me to Jekyll Island Beach in Georgia.
It is now summer and when the heat rises, the bugs come out.
While doing some research on an upcoming book project, I was looking through some 1930s era newspapers.
June is a special month in many ways — Father’s Day, the “wedding” month, the halfway point in a calendar year, school graduations and a host …
Last week my wife said, “Remember when we used to go to the movies?”
In this time of reckoning and awakening, this columnist felt called to amplify the voice of a friend, sister and truth-teller.
This has been one of the weirdest weeks in recent memory.
Timber extraction is one of the historic occupations that shaped McMinn, Monroe and Polk counties.
Do these names mean anything to you? Zayre. Miller Brothers. Loveman’s. Proffitt’s. Hill’s. G.C. Murphy’s. Gibson’s. Woolworth’s.
It is hard for me to fathom that June has arrived and our “new normal” is still surrounding us.
Like many of you, I have worked from home for the past three months and it has given me a chance to familiarize myself with my new surroundings.
The coronavirus has been present in our lives for over a quarter of the year now and doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon.
We all have them, tucked away in our memory bank.
During this time, some of us are finding ourselves being still for a change.