Circuit Court Judge, Division 1: Catherine Cate White
The Clerk of the Circuit Court maintains clerical functions for Circuit and Sessions civil courts, and is responsible for management of all complaints, petitions, summons, orders and other documents.
Don't be blinded by the hype over recent stories about big Medicare payouts uncovered in data analysis.
The two contenders for Hamilton County Circuit Court judge, Division 1, bring vastly different experiences from the domestic and civil sides of the court's docket.
Commissioner Larry Henry believes the job of Circuit Court Clerk requires an effective manager but not necessarily someone who comes in with an insider's knowledge of the office.
You may think President Barack Obama stops at nothing where his narcissism meets pop culture, but apparently he has his limits.
I have a dream.
People like to say Tennessee has no income tax, but that's not true. Eighty-five years after it was imposed at the urging of Sen. Frank Hall on the eve of the Great Depression, the so-called Hall Income Tax continues to chip away at Tennesseans' nest eggs with an onerous tax on dividends and interest.
Pay them not to come.
Today is Tax Day, and that means most Tennesseans have filed their federal tax returns, and many are eagerly awaiting their refund. But filing your tax return is about more than getting your money back from Uncle Sam -- it's a reminder of Washington's out-of-control spending and overreach.
Here's a short explanation of the Supreme Court's unlimited campaign donation decision: It legalizes government of the wealthy, by the wealthy, for the wealthy.
One thing we know for sure in the search from that missing 777: There sure is a lot of garbage in the sea.
As a taxpayer, I fear Republicans and Democrats more than I fear Putin.
The city of Chattanooga and Tennessee provided tax incentives estimated at $577 million to foreign-owned Volkswagen at a cost to taxpayers of $288,500 per position.
In November of 1863, hostile forces from the North invaded Chattanooga and placed the city under siege.
Columnist Anne Michaud does not go far enough in challenging the prevailing notion in higher education that colleges and universities should be job-producing machines.
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