I’m a Vietnam veteran in my 60s. My life is almost over. After voting today (Nov. 4) in the mid-term elections, I walked out wondering how much longer our country can go on the way things are.
Generally speaking elections bring about new ideas and direction, but not always.
The recent announcement between the Pigeon Forge Fire Department and the Sevierville Fire Department about a plan to work together, made me think about being a resident outside of the city limits.
Once again the Sevier County High School Veterans Tribute was wonderful!
Due to severe cold weather, snow and power outages for thousands in higher elevations, the Sevier County Red Cross Disaster Assistance Team set up a shelter to assist affected citizens Nov. 1 at the Pigeon Forge Community Center.
I read the article in the Mountain Press on Sunday, Nov. 2, regarding hikers getting lost in Laurel Run Park in Hawkins County due to lack of trail markers.
Educated people know and understand that every abortion kills an innocent human being and that every human being is a person.
I used to love traveling to Tennessee. In fact, my husband and I took our honeymoon in your great county several years ago. We’ve also rented cabins with friends to enjoy a weekend away.
Positive, constructive debate has been the backbone of our country since the founding of our great nation.
Before going to the polls to vote this fall, I needed to find out about the 4 amendments. State Sen. Brian Kelsey (R-Germantown) explained these amendments to us:
As Co-chair of the 2014 American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Sevier County team, I would like to thank everyone for their generosity and support. Over 300 volunteers joined our 2014 Team and raised $221,615 to help save lives and create a world with less cancer and more birthdays.
In an effort to understand Planned Parenthood, we should begin with a brief history of the group.
God continues to richly bless Sevier County Food Ministries as we strive fulfill our mission to ensure no one in our community goes hungry.
To promote National Child Health Month in October, two Sevier County primary schools participated in a Child Health Fair.
As we prepare to go the the polls in Tennessee, there are four amendment initiatives on the ballot. All four are important and every citizen should take a few minutes to read, understand, and make an informed decision. This goes for any ballot you cast; take the time to make an informed decision. Vote in accordance with your "educated" conscience; do not just pick the candidates with an R or a D in front of their names.
Lately, there have been some thought producing, although somewhat laughable to me, letters to the forum.
With heartfelt gratitude, Sevier County Right to Life would like to publicly thank all the many people who made our Luau for Life dinner and auction such a success.
Those producing terrorism would prefer to be enemies waging wars, but that distinction should not be given, they are criminals committing crimes.
I am a landlord who owns a building with apartments and established businesses.
Kudos and thanks to The Mountain Press, friends, neighbors and many visitors to the area who helped us have a very successful yard sale last week.
I would like to express my sincere thanks to the Downtown Sevierville Committee. A wonderful time was enjoyed by many citizens Thursday, Sept. 25, at the Art Crawl, which was held to raise money for Revitalization of the downtown area.
I’ve been thinking about the leading cause of home fires — cooking — and want to make sure your readers can take simple steps to be safer when cooking.
I just read your Oct. 3rd article entitled Sen. Alexander speaks to local GOP. As always, your reporting is spot on accurate with quotes, and described the tenor of the event as it was. However, near the end of the article you wrote “It was for that reason, Osborn said, that Tea Party Republicans should vote for Alexander.”
The Mossy Creek Cruzers Car Club and The Diner are hosting the second annual Second Harvest Food Bank Memorial Car Show. It will be held at The Diner on Saturday, Oct. 11, from 1-5 p.m. There will be classic cars, trucks and motorcycles, music, a silent auction and door prizes.