To Many Meetings?

Hello Loves, Election season has finally at an end... for now. January we will start full force on City Elections and I have noticed something that I think we need to look at. As many of my readers know, I normally vote Republican. On the rare occasion I have walked over that line and voted … Continue reading To Many Meetings?

Burchett’s Event and the Red Button

Hello Loves, Former Mayor Tim Burchett had his final campaign fundraiser before he is elected Congressman Tomorrow, well at least I think he will be elected. Last nights event was busting at the seams, with elected officials, voters and supporters of Burchett.  We all gathered at the home of Scott Davis, and with standing room only as … Continue reading Burchett’s Event and the Red Button

Politics​ and Football

Hello Loves, A few Saturday’s ago I  attended the Florida vs Tennessee game. The game was a complete loss, but the tailgating definitely wasn’t. Tailgating isn't just about good food, friends, and maybe some beverages of your choice. Now it's about campaigning and getting the word out.  I attended the Bill Lee and Marsha Blackburn … Continue reading Politics​ and Football

Coffee and A State Representative​

Hello Loves, I have a great opportunity for you to meet one of our State Representatives. At this meeting, you can hear him talk about what his plan is for the next session, let your voice be heard, and ask the questions you want answered over coffee. Every Tuesday in the month of October State … Continue reading Coffee and A State Representative​

Roger Kane’s New Job

Hello Loves, State Representative Roger Kane spoke for the first time at a Republican meeting about his new job with our Knox County Mayor, Glenn Jacobs. The link below will have his whole speech. From what I gathered, his job is to bridge the gap between the Mayor and the School Board and hold the … Continue reading Roger Kane’s New Job

Another name for the City Mayor Race

Hello Loves, We have another hat thrown in the race for City Mayor, city council member Marshall Stair has picked up papers to run. Marshall has been on city council for 7 years and stated on his facebook that he is “passionate about our city and look forward to sharing his ideas and most importantly, … Continue reading Another name for the City Mayor Race

Football and Tim Burchett

  Hello Loves, Here is a campaign update from our soon to be congressmen well, at least I think so. It's football time in Tennessee! High school football is a uniquely important part of our culture here in East Tennessee. Our communities come together every Friday night to celebrate some of our best and brightest students, … Continue reading Football and Tim Burchett