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Dear Editor: As an attorney hoping to contribute to the public interest, I read the letter of Mr. Bo Gill, Chairman of the Bedford County Republican Party, to Representative Pat Marsh which you … more
Dear Editor: I read with interest the opinion of Mr. Bo Gill, Chairman of the Bedford County Republican Party, published in your paper on May 13, 2023, contending “Red Flag Laws” … more
Dear Representative Pat Marsh, I hope this letter finds you well. As a Chairman of the Bedford County Republican Party and as a concerned constituent, I am writing to express my unwavering … more
Editor, Here is some information that might be of interest to your readers: In response to a citizen question relayed by the Bedford County Department of Education to the Tennessee … more
Dear Editor: Charles David Sliger missed the paramount rationale of the Tenn3 (with their bull horns). He carried on about the Democrats and what he considers failures to our citizens. Truth is … more
To the editor: These are tumultuous times in Tennessee...actually, it was a “tumultuous” week at the Capital, according to Representative Pat Marsh. (T-G Staff … more
To the Editor: Once again, the majority in the Tennessee Statehouse has hurriedly closed shop and headed home to avoid thousands descending on capitol/plaza demanding gun reform. Most of these … more
To the editor: I am constantly amused at the frantic postulations and hate-filled rhetoric used by the democrats in bashing anything, and everything, that they don't approve of and especially if … more
Dear Editor, In the Tuesday, April 18 Times Gazette, Pat Marsh’s presentation to the Bedford County Republican Party was very descriptive of the thinking of our legislatures as related to … more
Dear Editor: Responding to Rep. Marsh’s recounting of the TN 3 episode. Rep. Marsh and other legislators have taken for granted their right to do as they please, handle … more
To the editor:  I talk to a Bedford County Commissioner, and I will not name the person. But the Commissioner told me that the City of Shelbyville school is all county. Why  … more
To the editor: We are retired and living on social security. We are from New England. There is something wrong with you people taxing the people with electric cars who don't buy any fuel … more
To the editor: My memory says sometime in 2015-16 a wheel tax was proposed for Bedford County and soundly rejected by the voters. The wheel tax was presented as either a wheel tax or a property … more
To the Editor: American agriculture is the foundation of our country, made possible by the hard work of America’s farms and farm families.  March 21st is National Ag Day, a day … more
Dear Editor,   In the recent David Melson Times-Gazette article titled “City Property Tax Could be Cut”; it was apparent there was massive confusion amongst numerous City Council … more
To the Editor: As 2022 rapidly draws to a close and we enter the holiday season, many of us begin to think about gratitude–who and what we are grateful for. In another unsure year, as … more
To the Editor: Over the last several months, we’ve had conversations with hundreds of Shelbyville residents concerned about apparent policy changes at Shelbyville Power to cut off electrical … more
Dear Editor,   As I read Pat Marsh’s opinion as related to Right to Work and Amendment...  One, there seemed to be something peculiar with the format and the wording of the … more
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
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