Tag: Knoxville

Cover The Uninsured Week

KnoxViews has the breakdown of how much of the “middle-class” is currently uninsured. The numbers for Tennessee are alarming. The report is being released during Cover the Uninsured Week (March 14-20), a campaign organized by RWJF to advocate for health…

The Dilemma

If this doesn’t make you tear up, I don’t know what will. Covering a funeral is the least favorite part of my usually incredible job. I personally believe we have no business there. However, when a fine young man and father like Capt. Marcus…

Michael Silence Asks A Favor

From No Silence Here: I am blessed with a number of valued colleagues. One of those is Lola Alapo, a top-notch journalist with a vibrant personality who lights up any room she enters. (Yeah, I know. What would I know…

Morning Coffee

On a Monday morning, there just isn’t enough Monday coffee. Trust me on this one, campers. More than 6,000 students from this state are going to participate in National History Day on March 1. Those are really decent numbers and…

Her Tennessee Is Also My Tennessee

Cathy writes: My Tennessee is mountains, valleys, rivers and forests. It is beautiful and filled with good people. The Tennessee that I know and I love doesn’t sort everyone by red shirts and blue shirts. My Tennessee realizes that everyone…