Letters to the Editor

The president and his allies constantly complain that the "wealthiest Americans" need to "contribute and pay their fair share."

What do political signs tell us about an individual who is running for office? Nothing!

  • Oct. 15th, 2014  |
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Northpoint Boulevard, the road that connects Hixson Pike and Highway 153, is probably the bumpiest, most disgusting, highly traveled, shortest road in the area.

On Nov. 4, Red Bank residents will go to the polls to elect three candidates to be commissioners. This is a very important election for Red Bank.

In September, Remote Area Medical (RAM) provided 1,054 patients free medical, dental and vision services.

Sunday, Sept. 28, was an incredible day as several thousand triathletes from all over the world converged on the Scenic City for the first running of Ironman Chattanooga.

  • Oct. 12th, 2014  |
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The proposed Amendment 1 will not stop women from terminating pregnancies.

  • Oct. 10th, 2014  |
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I was glad to see the picture of the Chattanooga Symphony Wind Ensemble performing recently at St. Barnabas under your "Good Deeds" feature (Sunday Perspective).

I am writing to express my total astonishment and disbelief in the recent actions of the County Commission.

How amazingly coincidental you should publish an article on “Saving Little Lives.”

Members of the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra Woodwinds Ensemble brought their considerable talents to St. Barnabas at Siskin Hospital and delighted patients and residents with a selection from their repertoire.

Thank you Mickey McCamish, the Southeast Tennessee Veterans Coalition and all of the volunteers who made it possible to bring the USS LST 325, a living piece of history, to Chattanooga.

Postal workers take pride in providing prompt, dependable mail service to Chattanooga. Postal workers are sworn public servants who uphold the sanctity of the mail.

We would like to publicly thank our city councilman, Ken Smith, along with City Attorney Wade Hinton and Ken Fritz with Mayor Andy Berke's office for their help resolving a neighborhood issue.

Gov. Bill Haslam and other officials are seeking to create consistency among education standards, programs and testing.

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