Rainy weather and high water make conditions unfavorable for the 800 to 1,000 volunteers who will help clean 23 zones in Bradley, Hamilton and Marion counties.
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Updates on deer harvest estimates from the August season, waterfowl crops on wildlife management areas (WMAs), and a boating report are among the agenda items for the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife ... (click for more)
The Hamilton County Parks and Recreation Department reports the trail behind the Tennessee American Water Company will be closed Thursday for tree maintenance. (click for more)
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency reports there were two boating-related fatalities over the 2020 Labor Day holiday period from Sept. 4-7.
The fatal incidents occurred on Watts Bar ... (click for more)
Updates on deer harvest estimates from the August season, waterfowl crops on wildlife management areas (WMAs), and a boating report are among the agenda items for the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission at its September meeting.
The meeting will be held Sept. 24-25 in Clarksville at the TownePlace Suites by Marriott. The first day meeting starts at 1 p.m. Thursday, while ... (click for more)
A report on a tragic boat fire at Scottsboro says a family that died appeared to have gotten away from the flaming dock, but then were struck by a burning boat.
The report from the National Transportation Safety Board also says that Jackson County contributed to the loss of life by not having adequate fire safety measures in place.
The fire occurred Jan. 27 in the early morning ... (click for more)
The number of new COVID-19 cases in Hamilton County on Thursday is 70. The new total is 9,119. There has been two more deaths, said the county Health Department, for a total of 91.
There have been 7,743 people recover from the virus in the county (85 percent) and there are currently 1,285 active cases.
There are 59 people hospitalized in Hamilton County from coronavirus and ... (click for more)
A New Chattanooga Way
The Chattanooga renaissance that local leaders brag about took almost 40 years to reach fruition. It took risk. It took vision. It took billions of dollars. The physical renaissance is a farce if it fails to lift all Chattanoogans. The evidence in this report suggests the renaissance is incomplete. A New Chattanooga Way would include ... (click for more)
To kick off this edition of The Saturday Funnies, we open with a riddle. The facts: Martha can run 1 turn in 1 minute. Charlie can run 4 turns in 1 minute, and Lauren can run 3 turns in 1 minute.
The question: If these three people start running at the same time, how long will it take for all three to reach the starting line again? Please, it is obvious! If you deduced “One minute” ... (click for more)