I was very happy to participate in the Women’s March on Chattanooga yesterday afternoon. The diversity and the sheer numbers of women, men and children were incredible. One estimate was at least 3,000. Standing together with all of these like-minded souls was overwhelming and humbling. I have rarely been so happy and so proud of my town. One question is, why is there not one single word that I can find about this massive ... (click for more)
Jumoke Johnson, the most notorious criminal in Chattanooga’s recent history, was killed by a rain of bullets in the 2100 block of East 12 th Street at little after 8 o’clock Friday night and for the many of us who have kept up with the 23-year-old, you wonder how he ever lasted this long. He was aptly proclaimed as the “most dangerous man” to ever have been sentenced in Chattanooga’s federal court in January of 2014. He served 180 days ... (click for more)
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January 20, 2017
Around noon Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the most powerful nation on Earth after a long and sometimes bitter campaign where 17 GOP candidates of ... (click for more)
Kevin Roden sits on the City Council in Denton, Texas (think the Dallas-Fort Worth airport area in the northeastern part of the state) and he is gearing up to run for a third term this spring. ... (click for more)
I travel four roads almost daily: Dodds Avenue, Dayton Boulevard, Third Street and Northpoint Boulevard. Why these roads cannot be repaired I will never know. I know, part of ... (click for more)
For City Council, District 5, do you favor?