It can be difficult building and organizing community.by David Cook
I blame my children for my language problems.by Mark Kennedy
An older lady, experiencing weakness and a rapid pulse, arrives at an emergency room. A nurse connects her to a cardiac monitor.by
When Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center board Chairman Maj. Gen. Bill Raines, with others, cuts the grand opening ribbon on Feb. 22, 2020, public tours of the facility will begin.by
The lessons of the Good Samaritan and kindnesses of strangers' stories are alive and well in the Chattanooga community.
Informed by years of intelligence agencies' lies and blunders, the libertarian in me says it was not a good idea to kill Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani.by
It's 2020, and there's a lot of buzz about stand-out stories of the last decade. One of my favorites is the proposed replacement of the statue of Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest with one of Country Music's Dolly Parton.by
Coming to a utility box near you: original art.by Mark Kennedy
The Oscar finalists were announced this week. It was a field that represented a diverse range of interests.by Jay Greeson
Sometimes, I wish sports announcers could be the voice of the political realm, if for no reason other than the emotion they would bring.by Jay Greeson
In 1969, one year after Martin Luther King was assassinated, the Hon. Bennie Harris — our city's first African-American city court judge — called together a group of local black men.by David Cook
Remember the Goofy Gophers cartoon characters?by Mark Kennedy
From its inception, the Affordable Care Act of 2010 has been challenged by its opponents in multiple suits in federal courts.by
While Andrews' Raiders were the first recipients of the Medal of Honor, they were not the only individuals recognized "for particular deeds of most distinguished gallantry in action" while engaged in combat in the Chattanooga region.by
Thank you to The Barn Nursery and the Webster Family for their generous donation of plants, bushes, a beautiful butterfly topiary and additional supplies to the new butterfly garden at Kennedy Outpatient Center.
Proving yet again, that it's a super long way from "Full House" to the big house, Lori Loughlin is making folks scratch their heads — again.by Jay Greeson
Each year I write about the predictably smug, "woke" and self-congratulatory award shows.by
We'll start this morning with the most fundamental non-faith and non-family statement I can make.by Jay Greeson
I celebrated Hanukkah recently with some Jewish friends in Memphis.by
James Walsh, a 73-year-old Birmingham, Alabama, attorney, has a few good Samaritans he needs to thank for saving his life.by Mark Kennedy
Happy new year, friends.by Jay Greeson
For many who grew up loving history, our most lasting memories of the Medal of Honor may be a spell-binding scene from "Sergeant York," starring Gary Cooper as the most decorated soldier of The Great War, or a critical moment from "To Hell and Back," chronicling the life of World War II's most decorated soldier, Audie Murphy. Among the multitude of awards each man received for valor, both were Medal of Honor recipients and each had become an American hero even as their lives took totally different directions post-war.by
Last month Jeff Markman and Scott Burnett of Markman's presented a $1,900 check to Gina Crumbliss of Chattanooga Area Food Bank during WRCB-TV's "Share Your Christmas" food drive.