Chattanooga Gas Employees Volunteer With Tennessee River Gorge Trust For 15th Consecutive Year

  • Monday, April 22, 2024
Chattanooga Gas employees celebrated Earth Month by volunteering their time to help restore and improve the Pot Point Nature Trail near Signal Mountain on March 16. Employees installed bollards to protect natural areas and built wooden boxes for the cabin’s garbage cans to make them less accessible to wildlife. 
 
Officials said, "This is the 15th year Chattanooga Gas has partnered with the Tennessee River Gorge Trust. It is part of Chattanooga Gas’ ongoing commitment to give back to the community where we live, work, and serve.
Chattanooga Gas’ support for the TRGT is just one way in which the company is helping to maintain the region’s vibrant community."
Outdoors
Jack Benson Heritage Park To Get New Inclusive Playground
  • 5/23/2024

State Rep. Esther Helton-Haynes, R-East Ridge, has secured $250,000 in state funding for an inclusive playground at the Jack Benson Heritage Park. The money will be used by the Kiwanis Club ... more

Tennessee National Guard Rescues Hiker In Smoky Mountains
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  • 5/22/2024

On the evening of May 20, a UH-60 Blackhawk medical flight crew from the Tennessee National Guard rescued a hiker suffering from a severe illness in a remote part of the Great Smoky Mountains ... more

Tennessee State Parks Conservancy Names Alex Wyss As New Executive Director
  • 5/21/2024

The Tennessee State Parks Conservancy announces the appointment of Alex Wyss as its new executive director, effective May 1. Officials said, "With over 30 years’ experience in conservation ... more