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Native American roots run deep in Tennessee Valley

The Redstone Rocket

Date: 11/14/2018 8:07:00 AM

For at least 13,000 years, the Tennessee River has served as a major transportation corridor and resource base for people in this part of North America. The earliest people to ply its waters were the

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Fulmer's referenced pedestrian bridge spanning Tennessee River is long way off

Knoxville News Sentinel

Date: 11/13/2018 12:48:00 PM

Fulmer's referenced pedestrian bridge spanning Tennessee River is long way off UT Athletic Director Fulmer mentioned the idea of a future pedestrian bridge during a news conference dedicated to renova

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Parents of Mt. Juliet murder victim beg for answers in 2017 killing

WKRN-TV

Date: 11/13/2018 5:44:00 AM

WILSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — The family of a Wilson County man murdered and dumped in the Tennessee River in 2017 is begging for the public to help find his killer. Scott Damon, a Mt. Juliet father o

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Tennessee Trail Of Tears Association To Hold Commemorative Walk Nov. 10

Chattanoogan.com

Date: 11/6/2018 7:37:00 AM

The walk is to remember those who crossed the Tennessee River at Blythe’s Ferry during the forced removal of the Cherokees in 1838. "Blythe’s Ferry is named for the original owners, William Blythe and

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Five boats in top three for lightweights at Head of the Hooch

Wisconsin Badgers

Date: 11/4/2018 1:36:00 AM

CHATANOOGA, Tenn. – With entries in three different events on the first day of the Head of the Hooch, the Wisconsin women's lightweight rowing team had a fun time in the program's final outside fall c

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• River: Tennessee River
• 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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