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With Monday’s Question of the Week, we asked our readers for their thoughts on the recent education funding sharing arrangement proposed by Washington County and Johnson City. Here are some of the responses we received.
The office of constable is a vestigial structure left over from an antiquated colonial government.
Since early voting started this week, we chose to publish these letters from our readers about this year’s elections.
In these Letters to the Forum, our readers sound off on Lamar Alexander’s vote to acquit and drawing young people to the area with environmental commitments.
Washington County leaders were right to politely put aside a request made Thursday by state Republican Executive Committeewoman Anita Hodges Taylor for the county to officially oppose refugee resettlement.
In these Letters to the Forum, our readers share their thoughts on today’s political climate and nuclear proliferation.
With this week’s Question of the Week, we asked our readers for their thoughts on a proposed mask ban in the Tennessee General Assembly. Here are some of the responses we received.
The simplest way to protect yourself from the flu, coronavirus, stomach bugs and most other common germs that can make you feel ill is right in front of your face.
In these Letters to Forum, our readers share their thoughts on Second Amendment sanctuary policies and the sanctity of living.
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With Monday’s Question of the Week, we asked readers if Tennessee should make retail poaching more difficult, a proposal that could affect developers competing for tax incentives. Here are some responses we received.
In these Letters to Forum, our readers share their thoughts on Ballad’s prices, local government spending and the Johnson City Public Library’s anniversary.