Our readers share their thoughts on the area’s inundated past and turns up the heat on energy companies for contributing to wildfires.
Our readers ask to vote for Washington County Roads Superintendents, advocate for a cancer care bill and reminisces on the civility of national discourse in the past.
In Monday’s Question of the Week, we asked for your thoughts on the current regionalism movement. Here are some of your responses.
Our readers sound off on Congressman Phil Roe’s accessibility to the people he represents and the inconvenience of road construction on Skyline Drive.
Our readers sound off on new services soon to be offered by a local utility company.
Our readers share their thoughts on revitalizing coal country, thank some good Samaritans and call for school consolidation.
Readers are overwhelmingly on board with BrightRidge’s future broadband service.
Our readers share their thoughts on the upcoming election. Don’t forget: Election day is Aug. 2.
In Monday’s Question of the Week, we asked you if you thought the Carter County Commission should override Mayor Leon Humphrey’s veto of the approved budget with an 11-cent tax increase. Here are some of your responses.
Our readers weigh in on the ongoing elections. Remember: Early voting ends Saturday, and the election is Aug. 2.
Our readers sound off on the removal of the Science Hill High School bridge, the state of the media and civil discourse.
With another election in full swing, we’ve heard a lot about politics from our readers. Here are some of their political Letters to the Forum.
In Monday’s Question of the Week, we asked you what you wanted to know about Brett Kavanaugh before his confirmation vote for the Supreme Court. Here are some of your responses.
Our readers share their thoughts on religion’s relationship with environmentalism, commend the water department on a job well done and thank two motorcyclists who were kind enough to lend a hand.
In Monday’s Question of the Week, we asked you if the Tennessee Valley Authority should begin offering high-speed, broadband internet services to rural residents. Here are some of your responses.