Wildlife warning: This is the time of year when new-born wildlife starts to appear, and officials remind observers not to bother the young animals.
Boating fatality: The sixth boating-related fatality of the year was reported last week by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency when a boat was sucked into floodgates at Ft. Loudon dam.
Black bears have recently been spotted in Cookeville as they continue to expand their range from East Tennessee into Middle Tennessee, and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency advises the public to beware of them.
Young Lebanon racer Davis Rochester’s racing roots run deep, and he’s determined to carry on the family tradition.
Awhile back I received an email from a reader wanting to know what I have against bass.
Lebanon racer Hunter Wright left himself a tough act to follow last season.
Boating warning: The summer boating season unofficially kicked off Memorial Day weekend and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency reminds boaters to be careful on the state’s increasingly crowded lakes.
As Asian carp continue their rapid spread through the state’s waterways, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is investing $500,000 to combat the invasive species threat.
Some dead fish were also dumped at the Long Hunter Park launch ramp last spring. It wasn’t as bad as the Misty Cove mess, but bad enough. On one trip I discovered a dozen arrow-pierced carp strewn around the dock and parking lot. I smelled them before I saw them.
Young Wilson County racer William Hale’s dream season last year has turned into a nightmare so far this year.