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Letters

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        I am amazed at the amount of litter and garbage I see along the highways in Morgan County. Recently, I drove to Wartburg on Highway 62 and I was appalled at the sight along the highway near Letory and Redmon Roads. It looked like someone had dumped their garbage there. Probably someone who was taking their garbage to the dump and didn’t have it properly secured. Surely they knew that this was happening.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        My name is Justin Harris, I am 34 years old and from McMinn County, Tenn. I just recently graduated from Morgan County Residential Recovery Court.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        The Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes from the Upper Cumberland, were sent to the Charlotte Processing Center and at time of print the countries receiving had not been disclosed. Even though the shoeboxes are being sent out now, it may take 6-9 months for these boxes to be get to their destinations.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

  • MCRRC saved Willocks’ life

    Dear Editor,

        Why am I here?
        That was the first question that was asked of me when I first got to MCRRC Aug. 24, 2017. I really didn’t know the answer that day. Only thing I could think of in my head was, the judge in my county made me go there. I’m from Maryville, Tenn. Lived there my whole life. I’m 32 years old.

  • Yost thankful for MCRRC

    Dear Editor,

  • Hendricks asks for support for My Big Idea!

    Dear Editor

    To: Local Business Owners,

  • Cash Express to sponsor 14th Annual Coat and Toy Drive for the Children

    Dear Editor,

        Once again we have the opportunity to be a blessing to someone else.
        Cash Express invites you to join us in the celebration of giving.
        We are pairing up to become a blessing to families in our community. We will be accepting toys, coats, shoes (washable), clothing and non-perishable food items in many drop off locations in the area.
        We ask that all donations be received by Dec. 15, in order to have them delivered in time for Christmas.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        On Thursday, Oct. 4, we held the 4th Annual Take a Stand Against Domestic Violence event in Morgan County and it was our highest attended event to date. I want to thank Citizens First Bank and also Wartburg Body Shop for helping sponsor this free community awareness event.

  • From our readers

    Michael Butler is the CEO of Tennessee Wildlife Federation, one of the largest and oldest organizations in Tennessee dedicated to the conservation of the state’s wildlife and natural resources.

    Dear Editor,

        The race for governor is on. Both Karl Dean and Bill Lee are crisscrossing the state talking about the many challenges facing Tennessee and the opportunities to make the state a better place to live.