Tuesday, September 30, 2014 · 7:51 a.m.

Opinion

Fleischmann evades debate opportunities

We should not be rewarding such behavior with our votes unless, of course, we want to send someone to Congress who plays games rather then represents us honestly. ...

On the edge of a knife: The quest for fleeting happiness

This time last year, I was struggling with the worst bout of depression I’ve had since high school. ...

Five unnecessary hours in the emergency room

An account of my five-hour adventure at Erlanger Hospital’s emergency room. ...

Let's invest in integrity in Gig City

You only need to be a casual observer of the news to have noticed how our super-fast Internet has transformed life and business in Chattanooga. ...

Mountain to Mountain: The power of a diagram

I don’t have many fond memories from sixth grade, but one seems central to my life, as it has turned out so far: diagramming sentences in Mrs. Fergason’s English class. ...

Barker Clan Diaries: If they only listened

When we are young, we are invincible. When we are young, we are carefree. There is an unrelenting desire to be young again; yet as we get older, we get much wiser. It is almost a paradox in our thinking. As we get older, we get smarter, yet we try everything we can to be young and dumb still. ...
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