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To the editor,   The incursion into the Jan 6 Capitol leaves us with many unanswered questions. A good sleuth would ask who are the masterminds behind it and who stands to benefit from it? … more
Dear Editor: Zoe Haggard in her column this past week brought up several issues related to partisan elections in Bedford County. In the article she stated after interviewing Republican officials … more
Dear Editor, Not unexpected, Mr. Carl McClandahan produced a rambling opposition to electric vehicles, followed up by a series of insults and invectives aimed at people like me. There are some … more
To the Editor: It appears that some states cannot be trusted to clean up their voter rolls without being taken to court. Judicial Watch (JW) has taken Kentucky to court recently. There were … more
Elections in our country are critical components to the exercise of freedom and self-governance. Elections offer all of us choices, opportunities for change and the chance to endorse what we feel … more
As I understand Tennessee law, when property in a taxing entity - city and county here - is reappraised the tax rate per $100 is supposed to be adjusted so that the total revenue for the entity is … more
I rise to take exception to Mr. Ayers’ article of Saturday last. While purporting to aggrandize the “EV revolution,” no one of ordinary intelligence can escape the notion Mr. Ayers … more
As we are all aware, Duksan America is constructing a manufacturing facility in Shelbyville to make electrolyte for batteries to be used in electric vehicles or EVs. I know that several of our local … more
In Tennessee, rural areas are an important part of the state.   I Farm/I Vote is an initiative to encourage farmers and rural Tennesseans to get out and vote. Bedford County Farm Bureau is a … more
To the Editor: President Biden is a fanatic at wrecking our country and is trying to remake it into dystopian hellscape his Marxist base wants. Americans have finally noticed, and we do not … more
Bedford County Adopta-Teacher is back for the 3rd year! This little idea that began with the faith of a mustard seed back in June of 2020 has grown into something so spectacular for our local public … more
I read with interest the article on the new schedule for the county high schools. As a former high school math teacher, not in Tennessee, I understand local parent and student concerns.   My … more
Recently the Bedford County School Board removed the Principal and Assistant from Cascade School.   The only reason I have heard for their removal is “we want to take the school in a … more
To the editor: This Letter to the Editor references a column written by reader Charles David Sliger (special to T-G) on May 14 and can be found here.  I find it concerning that Mr. Sliger; … more
To the editor: Recently, New York representative Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez applauded [President Joe] Biden and stated with aplomb: ‘He’s done a very good job so far . . . .’ … more
To the editor:   United Way of BedfordCounty’s board of director wants to thank everyone who was part of the annual Mardi Gras Crawfish and Shrimp Boil. While we would have liked to … more
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