B.J.’s letter (Mountain Press, Nov. 22) speaks to a short memory, and a cry of racism on his part! Maybe he loves everything our current president is doing, but disagreement over his policies does not fit a need for name-calling unless that is all you have to fall back on!
The United Way of Sevier County would like to thank Food City for allowing us to hold our recent “Pumping Gas for Tips” fundraiser.
The Women’s Care Center recently held its first annual fundraising banquet at the Holiday Inn and Convention Center in Pigeon Forge.
The three-day used book sale Nov. 7 through 9 at the King Family Library in Sevierville was an experiment that ended well. Nearly $3,000 was raised in three days. Those funds will be spent to improve the three libraries in the Sevier County Library System.
I am writing in response to the two deaths on Chapman Highwy last week due to the person running the red traffic light.
Pancakes and much more were on the breakfast menu for many Sevier County folks on Tuesday morning.
I’m responding to Dan Smith’s Oct. 23 column that started with the U.S. House’s federal government shutdown. “This kind of stance always hurts the country,” wrote Smith. Agreed. This shutdown helped China propagandists, not to mention the Russians, with this concocted mess hurting democracy’s appeal to especially China’s young.
For the single working mother of Grace’s Place it was a blessing above all they could have thought of.
I was the first main speaker at the Town Hall held at the Civic Center last Thursday and my presentation was misrepresented by Jake Old in his article, “Speaker warns against ‘political Islam.’” What follows are important corrections to his assertions.
I read the article about the elk over at Cataloochee Valley and had to put it down.
Each November Golden Corrals across the country participate in a celebration of our veterans.
To promote National Child Health Month in October, two Sevier County primary schools participated in a Child Health Fair.
The four year long attack on the Affordable Care Act remains a priority for the majority of a political party stumbling in all directions seeking credibility. This party continues to be relentless in denying health care coverage for the poorest for no other reason but that they can.
On behalf of the Appalachian Relief Ministry, once again I am asking for your help in providing toys for the children in Scott County this Christmas.
Barack Obama has the mind of a perpetual child. He lives in a world of “me” and is trapped in limbo, neither a child or adult.
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that there is a major and controversial attempt in Washington, D.C. and states around the county to put black boxes in every car of every citizen. The boxes have GPS monitoring.
We wish to express our gratitude to the great Sevier County Volunteer Fire Department, Sevier County Sheriff’s Office, and Pigeon Forge, Catons Chapel and Gatlinburg Fire Departments.
Oxycodone alone has had the most profound negative effect on our communities, families, court system, jails, prisons and the department of human services in the past century. Families are torn apart, courts are overwhelmed, jails are full, babies are being born addicted, placed in foster care and quite often placed in permanent homes through foster care, all because of a lie.
Beware, the money or time you are giving to a charity may not be going for the purpose of the charity.
Wow, the normal rhetoric, scare tactics, and blame game sure escalates when a conservative view is put forward.
The letter (Oct.10) from Paul Medley reminds me of something I heard years ago. Instead of “talking points” that everybody including our lawmakers in Congress, the Senate, and “our” President seem to be unable to get past, they might as well say “talk to the hand” instead.
One party rammed Obamacare through with no input from “We the People” or anyone else. It’s destroying our economy. They now need to negotiate, since they completely skipped that step the first time.
Columnist Bill O’Reilly asked: “Just how can America remain exceptional?” Sept. 24. This is, he believes in American exceptionalism, which Russian leaders are challenging today. First, it was Vladimir Putin who claims there is no such thing as “American exceptionalism.”
True or false: A wedding ring is just a band of metal. An American flag is simply a rectangle of cloth. A tree is merely a tree even if its branches harbored a nest of bald eagles, our country’s national symbol, for two straight years.