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.
In Monday’s Question of the Week, we asked you if you support a new needle exchange program started by East Tennessee State University. Here are some of your responses.
Our readers sound off about Memorial Day, a recent column critical of President Trump’s choice of words and Johnson City’s 150th.
In Monday’s Question of the Week, we asked you to give advice to elected leaders as they head into budgeting season. Here are some of your responses.
In these Letters to Forum, our readers criticize recent editorial cartoons and compare President Donald Trump to FDR.
We asked you with Monday’s Question of the Week to share your thoughts on changes within the Boy Scouts of America allowing gay and transgender children and girls to join as Scouts. Here are some of your responses.
Our readers weigh in on Rep. Phil Roe’s statements on VA outsourcing and Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s legislative history.
Our readers chime in on Unicoi’s bad press and criticism of a White House Correspondent’s Dinner comedian.
Our readers share their thoughts on voting in schools while children are present, disparities in sentencing and the military’s dependence on fossil fuels.
Our readers sound off on an upcoming naloxone training event, the effect of city codes enforcement on business growth and Unicoi’s offer for Buffalo Valley Golf Course.
Our readers share thoughts on the region’s history, the kindness of strangers and a championship baseball team reunion.
We asked you with Monday’s Question of the Week to share your thoughts on a Johnson City ordinance banning camping proposed by elected officials to toughen restrictions on homeless people sleeping on public property. Here are some of your responses.
We asked you with Monday’s Question of the Week to tell us whether you think the growing craft beer industry is a boon or a burden. Here are some of your responses.