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Dear Editor: What do people need today? There is a song that says "People need the Lord, people need the Lord; when will they realize, people need the Lord." Our nation used to be a … more
Dear Editor:If your group is looking to donate or volunteer, consider Life Bridges. Many clients receive so little and sometimes are not included with housemates or groups when they eat out due to … more
Dear Editor: There is an idiom — thank you, Lee University for ringing it as clear as a bell. Our young people need a university that has not thrown out the Bible and Webster’s … more
Dear Editor: I oppose turning our fine 5ive Points Museum Center into a fountain of wine and whiskey. State Rep. and Senate candidate Mark Hall is promoting legislation to let the museum sell … more
Dear Editor: The April 23 edition had a front-page headline “Congressman endorses Jones,” an article by J. Todd Foster, editor.  As I read the piece the first time, I kept looking … more
Dear Editor:Hello, I am a third grader in Northern Virginia and my class is learning about the United States. Each third grader has been assigned a specific state, and I am doing your state. I am … more
To the Editor: I am kind of long winded and will tell you how the clock works instead of what time it is. I also am not usually very comfortable writing about a politician, or writing an editorial … more
Dear Editor: Here is the simple solution for the Medlin crossing problem ("Lee official: Crosswalk lights were working when student was hit  by a car," Feb . 26, A1): Tear down Medlin Hall … more
My brother-in-law, retired Capt. Kenny McAmis of the Cleveland Fire Department,  recently passed away from complications of ALS. This disease tortures slowly, aggressively and for a long time. … more
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To the Editor: I serve in a position facilitated in large part by my experiences as a student in public schools. This poor farm kid gained an academic set of skills that helped prepare him for a … more
To the Editor: I was disappointed to read your Jan. 28 article ("City school board catching heat," A1). The disappointment is not in the politics. That is expected considering who is … more
To the Editor:  Gov. Bill Lee gave his State of the State address last week and proposed giving money to a little Yankee college in Michigan to teach American history to Tennessee … more
To the Editor:The things that count the most can’t be counted. This statement sums up my perception of the performance of the Bradley County and Cleveland City schools. There are some who try to … more
To the Editor:  This is regarding Tennessee state Senate Bill 1818 (sponsor Gilmore) and the House version (HB 1836 by Clemmons). In an environment where teachers no longer are valued or … more
Before the political divisions rob us of time for civilized discourse, and before the midterm madness begins, now is a great time to send us your thoughts via letters to the editor.Keep them to 350 … more
To the Editor: City officials may want the public to assume the Whirlpool campus sale is good news for the otherwise stalled Whirlpool-redevelopment efforts. However, should the public wonder why … more
To the Editor: Take away the power of the Democratic Party to destroy this country as we know it. Obama promised in 2008 that he would fundamentally change America. Both Obama and Hillary Clinton … more
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