In response to the March 2 letter “What would Jesus do?” I find it ironic that the writer selected a somewhat nebulous verse, Luke 22:36-38, to support advocacy for gun ownership and the use of force.
While we experienced a minimum of inconvenience during the initial phases of the project to widen and improve U.S. Highway 27, recent changes to the exit for Signal Mountain and Dayton Boulevard have created significant delays for our residents.
Author Jimmy Jones, an active cavalry officer as well as a professional genealogist, served two tours of duty in the 6th U.S. Cavalry.
I think there is a great opportunity for the Times Free Press when the next edition of the Bridal Affair insert is developed.
Many of your readers find evolution to be baloney.
As a concerned citizen, I must ask why our president chose just two segments of our youth to receive special privileges.
If East Ridge wants to grow and progress, then do something for the citizens and business owners.
My dear husband eats way too much fast food.
A few years ago a group of area citizens were either unemployed or had jobs with poor pay and no future. Things changed for them. Thanks to area taxpayers, Volkswagen entered the picture. Now those folks are employed in careers with pay and benefits more desirable than industry standards.
The death of Jamie Coots is very sad.