The most memorable quotes in the Times Free Press for May 12-17.
"If she stays healthy and mentally focused, Chattanooga will have an Olympic gold medalist in LaQuisha. She's the next U.S. sprinter the rest of the nation will know about."
-- Carjay Lyles, sprint coach at San Diego State University, on Howard School alum LaQuisha Jackson after she won Mountain West Conference championships in the 100- and 200-meter dashes with personal-best times in each event
"This is a bully tactic. This is not a few rogue employees that have gone awry. I would venture to say this is an entire rogue agency that has gone awry."
-- Mark West, head of the Chattanooga Tea Party, on the IRS admission that it targeted conservative groups like his for extra scrutiny
"We think the city is going like gangbusters."
-- Roe Elam, market manager for Walk2Campus Properties, on the high demand for apartment rentals in downtown Chattanooga and the opportunities that presents
"It's just a miracle to me, that I get to experience this at my age. I have gotten to do so much. But now . ... Now I get to do this amazing thing."
-- Candace Anderson, 40, on her first pregnancy
"Yes, my breasts were removed, but it was on my terms -- cancer didn't get to take them from me."
-- April Riddle, 45, of Trenton, Ga., after actress Angelina Jolie's revelation that she had a double mastectomy when a test revealed that she had an 87 percent chance of developing breast cancer