Public Invited To Help Judge In Calendar Photo Contest

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is asking the public to help select the winning photos that will appear in the annual calendar issue of Tennessee Wildlife magazine.


The entry period for the contest for this year’s publication ended in March and the entries have been screened for the voting process. Place your votes for this year’s calendar on the TWRA website at www.tnwildlife.org.

The contest icon is located on the front page. Voters may select one photo per day. Voting will be available through midnight (CDT) Sunday, May 10.


After tabulation, the winning selections will appear in the 2020-21 calendar which will be available in July in the summer issue of Tennessee Wildlife. The 2020-21 calendar begins with the month of August as hunting season dates are scheduled to begin.

           


Tennessee's Free Fishing Day Set For Saturday

Tennessee State Parks Host Tennessee Promise Service Events

Scenic City Fishing Charters Adds Guide Scott Lillie


Tennessee’s 2020 Free Fishing Day will go on as scheduled. The day is set for this Saturday, when anyone may fish free without a license in Tennessee’s public waters. The Tennessee Wildlife ... (click for more)

Tennessee State Parks are offering volunteer events at all 56 state parks and two state natural areas, most on Saturday, June 27, for Tennessee Promise scholars to fulfill their community service ... (click for more)

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Outdoors

Tennessee's Free Fishing Day Set For Saturday

Tennessee’s 2020 Free Fishing Day will go on as scheduled. The day is set for this Saturday, when anyone may fish free without a license in Tennessee’s public waters. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency provides the annual free day in hopes of increasing interest in fishing. "The day allows anyone the opportunity to try this great outdoor sport, especially children, ... (click for more)

Tennessee State Parks Host Tennessee Promise Service Events

Tennessee State Parks are offering volunteer events at all 56 state parks and two state natural areas, most on Saturday, June 27, for Tennessee Promise scholars to fulfill their community service hours. “We are pleased once again to be involved in the Tennessee Promise program,” Jim Bryson, deputy commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, said. ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Hamilton County Reports One-Day Record 106 New Coronavirus Cases; Deaths Remain At 19

The Hamilton County Health Department reported a one-day record 106 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday for a cumulative total of 1,381. Officials said, "While the majority of people are compliant with the Health Department’s isolation and quarantine instructions, there are an increasing number of people who are not staying home and not being cooperative. This behavior puts the ... (click for more)

Hamilton County Correctional Officer Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Silverdale Facility Employees, Inmates To Be Tested Wednesday

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office was notified Friday morning one of its Corrections Division employees has tested positive for COVID-19. Per Hamilton County Jail guidelines, the employee is at home under isolation order from the Hamilton County Health Department. Jail personnel are currently working with Health Department personnel to currently track all inmates and personnel ... (click for more)

Opinion

It's About Time Riverbend Was Cancelled - And Response

Since its inception, Friends of the Festival seemed bound and determined to make Riverbend a national event, ignoring the opinions of many Chattanoogans. Riverbend started as a local event drawing on the tastes and desires of local citizens yet has devolved into an outrageously expensive, super-crowded two-week-long free-for-all. Riverbend has drastically deviated from its original ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Rhea Migrants Vanish!

A promising online news website debuted last month from its statewide base in Nashville. Identifying itself as “Tennessee—Lookout,” the website has what appears to be sound leadership and creditable reporters. Its vow is that it hopes to become an “Independent non-profit news site dedicated to covering Tennessee government, policy and politics. Hard-hitting but fair.” I wish it ... (click for more)