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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
In an impatient world whose rapid pace dictates full-access mobility, transportation and communication — all to support economic development — it becomes too easy to lose sight of the … more
We were heading home on the interstate yesterday when we came upon an official yellow truck with flashing lights parked on the shoulder.It had a flashing sign which informed all 50,000 of us of an … more
With the Fourth-of-July holiday behind us, we are in the midst of the hottest part of the summer.  Kids are out of school. Pools are open. Families are taking vacations. People are visiting our … more
Love her transparency or loathe her outspokenness, it doesn’t really matter; the point is Bradley County Commissioner Charlotte Peak earned the right to be heard last week when she assailed what … more
The Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway is partnering with Terra Running Company of Cleveland to sponsor several celebratory races in conjunction with their traditional Thanksgiving Day 5K on … more
  To borrow from a familiar adage, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.”   It’s just as true in getting haircuts, though COVID-19 has added some … more
When the COVID-19 outbreak rerouted life as we know it 16 months ago, the Cleveland City Council was working to renew the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s interest in giving the town’s … more
(Editor's Note: This is a partial text of a speech delivered to a celebration of the lives and service of 225 veterans and their loved ones at Westwood Baptist Church on Tuesday, June 29, during the … more
To The Editor: On June 24, the U.S. Senate passed by an overwhelming bipartisan majority the Growing Climate Solutions Act, legislation to help farmers and foresters get paid for sequestering … more
Debate over guns and their access — whether legally or otherwise — will remain a part of public discourse till the cows come home.Likewise, such conversation will include — as it should — the … more
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