Chattanooga Area Under Flood Warning; High Winds Expected Saturday Night

Outdoor Chattanooga Offers Indoor Archery Classes In February And March

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Outdoor Chattanooga will offer “Try Archery” every Wednesday in February and March.

 

These free indoor archery sessions provide a hands-on opportunity for all ages and skill levels to learn more about the sport of archery.

Focusing on the fundamentals of archery with an emphasis on range safety rules, the sessions follow the National Archery in Schools (NASP) format and procedures. All sessions are walk-in and open to ages 5 and up. Drop in any time during any session. No reservation or prior experience is required to participate. All equipment and instruction will be provided.  


The indoor archery sessions will be on Wednesdays in February and March from 3:30-6:00 p.m.
at the Outdoor Chattanooga Center, 200 River Street in Coolidge Park.

For more information email info@OutdoorChattanooga.com, call 423 643-6888, or visit https://outdoorchattanooga.com/programs/try-archery/



New Regulations Remain In Effect In Chronic Wasting Disease Zone

Annual Tellico River And Hiwassee River Cleanup Days Announced For March

TDEC Announces Gregory T. Young As Environment Deputy Commissioner


The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is reminding people that regulations remain in effect in response to chronic wasting disease (CWD). The disease is now confirmed in Fayette, Hardeman ... (click for more)

U.S.D.A. Forest Service officials at the Cherokee National Forest announced that during March there will be cleanup days for the Tellico River and the Hiwassee River. These annual events have ... (click for more)

Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Commissioner David Salyers on Tuesday announced the appointment of Gregory T. Young as deputy commissioner of the Bureau of Environment. ... (click for more)


Outdoors

New Regulations Remain In Effect In Chronic Wasting Disease Zone

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is reminding people that regulations remain in effect in response to chronic wasting disease (CWD). The disease is now confirmed in Fayette, Hardeman and Madison counties. The proximity of these CWD positive locations to border counties have added Chester, Haywood, McNairy, Shelby, and Tipton to the CWD Management Zone (CMZ). Feeding ... (click for more)

Annual Tellico River And Hiwassee River Cleanup Days Announced For March

U.S.D.A. Forest Service officials at the Cherokee National Forest announced that during March there will be cleanup days for the Tellico River and the Hiwassee River. These annual events have been well attended and help keep these specials rivers clean and beautiful. The Tellico River Cleanup Day is set for Saturday, March 9. Registration will be from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the ... (click for more)

Breaking News

New Round Of Heavy Rain May Bring Significant Flooding To Chattanooga Area; High Wind Also Expected

A new round of heavy rain may bring significant flooding in the Chattanooga area, according to the National Weather Service. A Flood Warning covers Hamilton, Marion and Sequatchie counties. The forecast includes up to two inches of additional rain. High gusts of wind are also expected with the latest storm. Some locations that will experience flooding include Chattanooga, ... (click for more)

Mudslide Washes Away Subway Restaurant At Foot Of Signal Mountain; Nearby Employee Says: "It's Gone"; Flooding Closes Numerous Roads

A mudslide on Saturday morning washed away the Subway restaurant at the foot of Signal Mountain. "The Subway is gone," an employee of the nearby Shuford's Barbeque, said. She said a large amount of mud and debris washed down from the steep hillside behind the buildings. No one was inside the Subway. It had closed on Friday after a tree fell on it. The location is ... (click for more)

Opinion

Lights Out At The Brainerd Tunnel

Will someone please check into why the Brainerd Tunnel lights are off all week? This is the tunnel going from McCallie Avenue to Brainerd Road. The lights have been off all week. I called the city of Chattanooga at 311 and a lady said that was under jurisdiction of TDOT. She transferred me. I left a detailed message with my phone number, date and time. No return phone call ... (click for more)

Rep. Ron Travis: Weekly Wrap

House Republicans Unveil The CARE Plan Groundbreaking legislation to increase access, improve rural health and empower patients This week in Nashville, House Republican leaders unveiled a patient-centered, free market approach to transform healthcare in Tennessee by unveiling the CARE plan. This legislative package includes 11 different initiatives that will all reshape ... (click for more)