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Tom DeCosimo Will Be Your Voice In Time Of Confusion And Uncertainty

Am I A Builder Or A Worker

Rep. Hakeem: General Assembly Legislative Update


Tom DeCosimo is a candidate for Hamilton County School Board District 2. Tom is a fiscal conservative with a strong background in business and finance. He will represent all taxpayers of Hamilton ... (click for more)

I never post poems as news releases, but somehow with the happenings of the past few nights with instances of protesting, lootings, burnings and violence resulting from the intense hatred that ... (click for more)

I Can't Breathe I'm angry! I'm so angry, I can't breathe; but I will. I will breathe for George Floyd. I will breathe for Eric Garner, for Breonna Taylor, for David McAtee, for all those affected ... (click for more)



Opinion

Tom DeCosimo Will Be Your Voice In Time Of Confusion And Uncertainty

Tom DeCosimo is a candidate for Hamilton County School Board District 2. Tom is a fiscal conservative with a strong background in business and finance. He will represent all taxpayers of Hamilton County and be your voice at a time of confusion and uncertainty. We need a school board that is independent and not subservient to the teacher’s association or the superintendent. The ... (click for more)

Am I A Builder Or A Worker

I never post poems as news releases, but somehow with the happenings of the past few nights with instances of protesting, lootings, burnings and violence resulting from the intense hatred that seems to have infested our country by individuals seemingly determined to bring our country down, somehow this one seems appropriate: I watched them tearing a building down, A gang of men ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Nashville Chancellor Says All Tennessee Voters Must Be Allowed To Vote Absentee

A Nashville chancellor ruled Thursday that Tennessee election officials must allow all voters in the state to cast absentee ballots in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle said state limits on absentee voting constitute “an unreasonable burden on the fundamental right to vote guaranteed by the Tennessee Constitution.” She said the state must “prominently ... (click for more)

Lee Administration Making Additional $284 Million In Budget Cuts

Governor Bill Lee’s administration on Thursday outlined new spending plans for state government that reflect significant revenue reductions due to the huge economic impact of COVID-19. Department of Finance and Administration Commissioner Butch Eley presented state lawmakers with the revised budget plans for the current fiscal year, as well as FY 2020-21, which begins July 1, ... (click for more)

Sports

Setting Screens And The Silver Screen: Derrion Elmore Balances Acting And E-Sports for Hawks Talon GC

Is Derrion Elmore an actor? Or maybe he’s a gamer? In reality, he is both. Elmore can dart around picks as a virtual point guard as easily as he can portray a fictional floor general on-screen. Long before he was a 23 year old professional video game player for the Atlanta Hawks NBA 2K affiliate (called ‘Talon GC’), Elmore was honing his skills as an actor, taking part in ... (click for more)

James Beach: Memories Of My Friend, Coach Majors

It was not the first time I had seen Spanish moss streaming down from a tree, but I know it was the first time it had caught my eye in such an impressionable way that scorching July day in the summer of 1988. The big majestic cypress trees which framed the picturesque Louisiana State University campus were full of the stuff, and in a way it reminded me of days past when I had seen ... (click for more)