Cedar Creek Reservoir News

Cornbread Festival brings crowds to S. Pittsburg this weekend

Nashville Ledger

Date: 4/25/2019 7:19:00 AM

When the Highway 72 bypass cut between the town of South Pittsburg and the Tennessee River, Bob Kellerman knew they would need something special besides Lodge to lure folks into the charming town. It

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FEMA money to go to roads, utilities, cleanup in Hardin County


Date: 4/23/2019 5:18:00 PM

HARDIN COUNTY, Tenn. — Weeks after towns along the Tennessee River flooded, they’re receiving money from the federal government for cleanup. “We had over half a million dollars worth of damage in

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Rogersville firefighters rescue capsized boat on the Tennessee River


Date: 4/19/2019 11:44:00 AM

Rogersville firefighters rescued a capsized boat Friday morning on the Tennessee River. Rogersville Volunteer Fire Department says firefighters rescued Chad Menard, Jason Young and Cade Nash at 8:07 a

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Flooded Point Mallard trail showing signs of erosion

Decatur Daily

Date: 4/18/2019 10:52:00 PM

The park’s 2.75-mile walking and biking trail is showing signs of erosion along the nearby banks of the Tennessee River and Flint Creek, especially between mile markers 2 and 2.5, a few feet from the

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Showers Continue Tonight and into Friday


Date: 4/18/2019 1:54:00 PM

Showers will likely continue into the night but the only area of concern left in West Tennessee for any severe weather is in southwest Tennessee near the Tennessee River. It’s in areas shaded in

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• Surface Area: 4,200 Acres
Cedar Creek Reservoir, impounded in 1979 as a flood control reservoir, holds 4,200 acres of water at full pool. Located nearly 10 miles west of Russellville in Franklin County, it is one of four Tennessee Valley Authority reservoirs operated by the Bear Creek Development Authority. The primary uses of this reservoir are flood control and recreation. There is some residential development along the shoreline of Cedar Creek Reservoir. Camping and fishing provide the main recreational opportunities. Five public access areas (Cedar Creek Dam, Hellums Mill, Slickrock, Britton Bridge, and Lost Creek) serve Cedar Creek Reservoir, and one campground is located at Slickrock. A BCDA use permit ($3/day or $20/year) is required in addition to an Alabama State fishing license. Pre-impoundment topographic maps are available through the TVA.
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