One reader shares his pick for Secretary of Defense to replace the outgoing James Mattis, another reflects on the past’s racial prejudice, and a third calls for cooperation, regardless of political leanings.
In these Letters to the Forum, our readers sound-off on substitute teacher pay, the fight for gender equality and the EPA.
Our readers thank retiring Sen. Lamar Alexander for his service and his dedication to Tennessee wilderness.
We asked you with Monday’s Question of the Week if the Tennessee Legislature should change election laws to create a closed primary system. Here are some of your responses.
Our readers share their thoughts on municipal debt, effective policing and a recent meeting between the president and lawmakers.
We asked you with Monday’s Question of the Week whether Tennessee should legalize physician-assisted death. Here are some of your responses.
In today’s Forum, a reader shares her thoughts on a Republican request to close primary elections and the problems that arise when politics and religion meet.
We asked readers with Monday’s Question of the Week to share how diversity has enriched their lives. Here are some responses.
In this collection of Letters to the Forum, our readers give their thoughts on the problems at the former Buffalo Valley Golf Course, a bit of interesting reading about Winston Churchill and a new carbon fee bill.
We asked with Monday’s Question of the Week how you think e-cigarettes should be regulated. Here is a response from a reader and vape store owner.
Our letter writers this week share their thoughts on a bill to strengthen care for Alzheimer’s patients and Ballad’s plan to change health services in Kingsport.
In this installment of Letters to the Forum, our readers give kudos to ETSU’s students and staff, weigh in on a recent column by Rebecca Horvath and applaud the Archives of Appalachia in its 40th year.
In today’s Letters to Forum, our readers put out the call for more mental health professionals in schools, thank JCMC’s surgical staff and take on columnist Larry French’s inter-generational criticisms.
In this installment of Letters to Forum, our readers look to the youth for shifting political winds on climate change and defend President Trump’s nationalism.
Most of our letters this time are from readers who have nice things to say about someone or a group in our community.