Our readers share their thoughts on religion’s relationship with environmentalism, commend the water department on a job well done and thank two motorcyclists who were kind enough to lend a hand.
In Monday’s Question of the Week, we asked you if the Tennessee Valley Authority should begin offering high-speed, broadband internet services to rural residents. Here are some of your responses.
Our readers give thanks for municipal institutions and ponder China’s ties with North Korea.
Our readers weigh in on national immigration policy and the theory of divine climate change.
In Monday’s Question of the Week, we asked you if sports teams, especially in youth sports, should be punished for bad behavior from fans and spectating parents. Here is one response we received.
Our readers chime in on a recent opinion column about climate change.
Our readers thank an honest man, propose an economic solution to global warming and question Micah Van Huss’ dismissiveness.
After a week of highs and lows for U.S. Rep. Phil Roe, some of our readers wanted to share their thoughts. Here they are.
In light of two recent celebrities’ suicides and new data suggesting suicides are on the rise nationally, we asked you with Monday’s Question of the Week to share your reasons for living. Here are some of your responses.
Our readers share their thoughts on the Town of Unicoi’s support for outdoor trails and school security officers and on Tennessee’s senators’ opposition to new tariffs.
Our readers sound off on county officials suing their counties and the economics policies of past and current presidents.
Our readers weigh in on presidential self-pardons, SROs in Unicoi schools and a disappointing golf social with Congressman Roe.
Our readers chime in on local food at area farmers markets and automation replacing humans in the workforce.
In Monday’s Question of the Week, we asked you to share your thoughts on Johnson City’s proposed plans for West Walnut Street’s development. Here are some of your responses.
One reader shares his thoughts on a Johnson City proposal to raise the sales tax rate to pay for school security, and a museum director weighs in on the move of President James K. Polk’s body to Columbia.