Our readers sound off on socialized medicine and Marsha Blackburn’s campaign for a U.S. Senate seat.
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We asked you with Monday’s Question of the Week what you think should be done with the Buffalo Valley Golf Course. Here are some of your answers.
In these Letters to Forum, our readers take on the national anthem and the national motto.
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For nearly a year, the Johnson City-owned Buffalo Valley Golf Course in Unicoi County has been closed.
Our readers share their thoughts on gas tax proposals, the late Sen. John McCain and keeping young professionals in the area.
With county elections over and officers sworn in, the newly elected officials can now get down to the business the voters sent them to do.
Our readers sound off on the state’s requirement to post the national motto in schools and the region’s shining example of renewable energy adoption.
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Our readers sent in their opinions about Rep. Phil Roe’s safety concerns, the “fake news” cycle, the Millennium Centre’s sale and the public library’s reading program.
Our local health professionals, in partnership with thousands of their counterparts across the country, have taken on a monumental task — improving the care of the nearly 75 million Americans who rely on Medicaid.
After electric utility BrightRidge and Nashville-based Silicon Ranch Corp. broke ground on a new solar farm in the area, we asked you with Monday’s Question of the Week to tell us your thoughts on solar power and other renewable energy sources. Here are some of your responses.
Our readers sound off on litter, the need for First District congressional debates and Marsha Blackburn’s record.