To submit an event, email the Sports Department at firstname.lastname@example.org, fax listing information to (423) 392-1385 or contact the Sports Department after 6 p.m. at (423) 392-1323 or 1-800-251-0328, ext. 4323.
The Holston Army Ammunition Plant is accepting applications for four one-day fishing events along the restricted section of the Holston River within the installation’s boundaries.
Park manager Joe Lindsey noted that the existing ramp has a drop off at the end which is about 18 inches when the water level is low. Lindsey said one boater had torn the axle off his boat trailer after backing off the end of the slab.
Just as it did in the Mel Gibson movie “The River” that was filmed there 35 years ago, the Holston River is claiming real estate at Laurel Run Park at an alarming rate.
The Tri-Cities Boating Club wants you to be safe out on the water this year. To that end, the organization is offering the TWRA Safe Boating Course on March 20 and 22 at Northeast State.
Whirling disease was recently discovered by biologists during their annual trout population monitoring in the South Holston and Watauga tailwaters. The discovery is the first known occurrence of this disease in Tennessee.
The application period for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency spring turkey quota hunts runs through Jan. 17.
Archery season for black bears opened Saturday for all bear hunting zones in Tennessee, and the TWRA has at least one bear checking station in every county open for bear hunting.
The creek was dammed in sections for the annual event and stocked with 460 fish — mostly trout — between 8-12 inches in length. By the time the whistle blew 8:30 a.m. to begin the rodeo there were 145 youngsters registered to participate.
The purpose of Anything Can Happen Day is a completely unplanned and spontaneous adventure, and it's on these excursions that we usually make our most amazing discoveries, such as Rocky Fork State Park in Unicoi County.
To submit an event, email the Sports Department at email@example.com, fax listing information to (423) 392-1385 or contact the Sports Department after 6 p.m. at (423) 392-1323 or 1-800-251-0328, ext. 323.
Every year the city dams Alexander Creek in sections for the full length it runs through Jaycees Park, and fills the creek with "keeper-size" trout.