Re: A tragic mistake -The maltreatment of a lovely, gracious and worthy lady.
The moving finger writes—
And having writ moves on.
Nor all thy piety nor wit
Can lure it back to cancel half a line,
Nor all thy tears wash out a word of it.
June 30, 2015
Dear Mayor Berke, Hope you are doing well. This conservative has a question. It is a common principle that elected officials exist to represent all, and hear concerns ... (click for more)
As one who travels to Atlanta 2-3 times a week, I am amazed at the miles of bridges that have been built this year. It really is impressive. Then I come home and pass exit 20 in Cleveland ... (click for more)
Where is our highway patrol? If they were known to regularly patrol our interstate highways through our city I don't think it would take long before the "truckers" were aware of it. There ... (click for more)
Dear Mayor Berke, Hope you are doing well. This conservative has a question. It is a common principle that elected officials exist to represent all, and hear concerns of all. I am curious what your positon would be on public employees using taxpayer-funded resources, such as work time, or equipment for their own political agenda. Taxpayer-funded ... (click for more)
As one who travels to Atlanta 2-3 times a week, I am amazed at the miles of bridges that have been built this year. It really is impressive. Then I come home and pass exit 20 in Cleveland and can't help but ask myself, how long have has this construction project been underway? There are days I go by there and might see five people working. It's a short ... (click for more)
County Commissioner Tim Boyd has written a letter to fellow commissioners and the county mayor's office asking an apology from County Mayor Jim Coppinger and his chief of staff, Mike Compton, for remarks after last week's commission meeting. Mr. Compton took strong exception to comments by County Commissioner Tim Boyd about discretionary funds. In a clash between the two just ... (click for more)
A settlement has been reached in the case in which a Hamilton County Circuit Court jury awarded over $32 million to Chattanooga developer Duane Horton in connection with a resort project on Lookout Mountain that never got off the ground. Circuit Court Judge J.B. Bennett said the two sides had informed him that it was agreed during a mediation session he ordered that there would ... (click for more)
The Fairyland Flash may not have the best team in the Chattanooga Area Swim League this summer, but there’s no doubt they have the most scenic and picturesque view of any team in the Tennessee Valley. The Flash swam their final dual meet of the season on Tuesday night, a makeup meet with the Ooltewah Tidal Waves. Both teams entered the meet with one win apiece, meaning ... (click for more)
Ooltewah's Madison Hayes is one of 24 national finalists for the 2015 Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run program presented by Scotts, the official youth skills competition of Major League Baseball, were announced Monday live on MLB Tonight on MLB Network. These 24 boys and girls will compete at the National Finals and participate in ... (click for more)