Re: A tragic mistake -The maltreatment of a lovely, gracious and worthy lady.
The moving finger writes—
And having writ moves on.
Nor all thy piety nor wit
Can lure it back to cancel half a line,
Nor all thy tears wash out a word of it.
February 11, 2016
February 10, 2016
I am writing this letter in support of a true, longtime public servant, Sterling Jetton. Sterling worked his way through the ranks of the Assessor's Office under great leadership from former ... (click for more)
More than a hundred people in a homosexual relationship have received marriage licenses from Hamilton County clerk Bill Knowles. The licenses were issued from June 26 through Feb. ... (click for more)
Although the Republican legislators who represent Hamilton County are not willing to fully fund the BEP 2.0, they have endorsed sending thousands of your and my tax dollars to private schools. ... (click for more)
I am writing this letter in support of a true, longtime public servant, Sterling Jetton. Sterling worked his way through the ranks of the Assessor's Office under great leadership from former Assessors Claude Ramsey and Bill Bennett. He knows how to run the office of Assessor and has the support of his former leaders which speaks volumes for his ability to organize and to lead effectively. ... (click for more)
More than a hundred people in a homosexual relationship have received marriage licenses from Hamilton County clerk Bill Knowles. The licenses were issued from June 26 through Feb. 3, according to a county spreadsheet. The rush to homosexual nuptials was the U.S. supreme court’s publication of the Obergefell v. Hodges opinion, which is generally said to have ... (click for more)
Hamilton County principals are asking that Part 1 of the TN Ready Assessment be dropped this year due to the recent crash of the online system for the program. The principals also asked that any Part 1 TN Ready test results not be applied to students’ grades or to evaluations and rankings for school personnel and school districts. The local principals also ... (click for more)
Judge Tom Greenholtz reported $71,641 received for his campaign to remain as judge of Criminal Court, Division II. He was named by Governor Bill Haslam as the interim replacement for Judge Rebecca Stern, who retired before her term was up. Mike Little had $22,850, and Boyd Patterson received $20,134. Here is the report for Tom Greenholtz: ... (click for more)
Hamilton Heights Christian Academy announced today that varsity basketball players Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Nickeil Alexander-Walker, both nationally ranked juniors, will take part in the NBA All-Star weekend in Toronto, Canada. Alexander has been chosen to participate in the NBA’s second Basketball without Borders Global camp. Players are selected based on their outstanding ... (click for more)
It appears that the Red Bank Lions will be the target for teams involved in the Region 2-A/AA wrestling tournament being held at Hixson Middle School this weekend. The Lions, fresh off Saturday's A-AA State Duals title, are the early favorites for the upcoming tournament after claiming six number-one seeds in the 14 weight classes during the seeding meeting held Wednesday at ... (click for more)