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Back-to-school season is here, and in some areas, it's unclear how it will play out. With vaccines available, it could make for a close-to-normal school year in some areas of the United States as … more
This weekend marks the annual Sales Tax Holiday in Tennessee. School Supplies, clothing and computers will all be available tax-free! In addition to these items, food will also be … more
"Do you have time for this?" my husband, Peter, asked. Peter almost never questions what I'm doing unless I'm doing something particularly stupid. Yesterday, I had a meeting on Zoom. I figured I … more
    In the hours surrounding midnight on the eve of our 44th wedding anniversary, I saved two lives — the first, my beloved wife, and the second, an unsightly home … more
Holidays are days designated to honor someone or something; they are days that should be celebrated with family and friends.There are several good things that result from holidays. Food is usually … more
Now that Bradley County Commissioner Charlotte Peak and Bradley County Road Superintendent Sandra Knight have both had their say in disagreements over budgets, departmental salaries and use of … more
The only thing wrong with sending these billionaires into space is that they keep coming back.I’m sure someone else has said something similar, but until I see it elsewhere, I’m taking credit for … more
To borrow from a familiar adage — one that's about 102 years old — let us offer only, “Say it ain’t so, Joe.”The attribution  dates back to 1919 when the phrase was reportedly used by … more
You seem to hear more and more complaints and stories recently about phone scams. These calls appear to originate from legitimate government offices and agencies, showing up on your caller ID. Some … more
Still stubbornly slow about warming up to the idea of getting a COVID-19 vaccine, Tennessee residents — only about 38% of whom were fully inoculated, as of July 13 — are exercising their right to … more
  Eerily prophetic and haunting in their way, his words ring as true today as five years ago when they were first spoken.   “You’ll know when the time is right. It … more
To The Editor:   “Appalled," "fleecing of taxpayers' money," “proof of corruption," “justification," “misappropriation," “overpaid office staff," “lack … more
It’s an old dream of mine and I just may do it: Buy a travel trailer and live on the American road for weeks at a time.Recreational-vehicle living is a growing trend, particularly for younger … more
A cousin of mine reportedly said, “I can’t imagine living in a house where other people have lived!” I don’t know if she really said this, as I heard the story secondhand. But, it stuck … more
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