As a Louisville native and nearly lifelong resident of this community, I take my position as executive director of the Metro Air Pollution Control District personally.
Do more bricks and mortar, regardless of site and design, always add up to progress? This would seem to be the prevailing attitude of our local daily newspaper over the past couple of years.
In the late summer of 1990, I was driving through the mountains of northeast Tennessee when I saw it.
I was laid off from my job last week.
This took only three moves:
1. The securities market went haywire.