Letters to the Editor

Bob Corker is a master prevaricator.

Community, schools, teachers and students are fortunate to have the Public Education Foundation (PEF) as a champion in the Chattanooga area.

Last month there was a local food drive by the Chattanooga Fire Department.

  • Sept. 21st, 2014  |
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I was reading the Sept. 13 Times Free Press article about a little duct tape and a lot of love.

Saturday night (Sept. 13), we spent two memorable hours as part of a small but enthusiastic audience privileged to see three of our city’s exquisitely talented female performers (and one very promising young actor) bring to life the story of the women of Gee’s Bend, Ala., whose now-famous quilts were created against a background of civil rights abuses and victories.

After driving to Signal Mountain on the morning of Aug. 18, I asked a gentleman for directions to Alexian Village.

The biggest executioners in the world are China, Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and the United States.

Thanks to my late uncle, H.H. Rogers, who originally mailed "A Driver's Prayer" to your paper:

On July 21, I attended the CWLI/UTC candidate forum for the 3rd Congressional District representative.

This used to be a nation of truth.

There are still good people in the world. My daughter, who teaches at Ganns Middle Valley Elementary School, said the principal came to her room and wanted her to meet someone.

  • Sept. 14th, 2014  |
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Get involved to stop abuse

  • Sept. 14th, 2014  |
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On Sept. 1, the Times Free Press ran an article titled "Volkswagen union could signal change for Tennessee" that misquoted me by erroneously stating I had claimed the UAW would be negative for our state because it could push up wages — a statement I have never made and absolutely do not believe.

In response to Julie Baumgardner's column of Aug. 24: I agree with Ms. Baumgardner's advice that women considering becoming single mothers should think carefully about this choice, in part because fathers can make positive contributions to children's development.

Army Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene was recently buried at Arlington National Cemetery.

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