• Wartburg Speedway September 10th winners

    Modified Mini
    1.Tim Ladd #39
    2.Darren Goins #D2
    3.Mikey Roberts #27
    4.Nick Peterson #25
    5.Logan Adcock #17
    6.Wesley Jones #77
    7.Jeremy Adcock #17X (DNS)
    Street Stock
    1.Drew Kennedy #K37
    2.DJ McMahan #13
    3.Joe Freels #5X
    4.Eric Griffith #31
    5.Reagan Williams #48 (DQ)
    6.Ernest Cox #117(DNS)
    Sportsman/Modified Street
    1.Jimmy York #Y3
    2.Ted Lowe #30

  • Big South Fork announces change in Hog Hunting season dates

  • TWRA offers reward for Catoosa vandalism

        The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is offering a reward for information leading to the successful prosecution of the person or persons responsible for the recent vandalism at Catoosa Wildlife Management Area in Cumberland and Morgan counties.
         The TWRA will offer $3,000 to the person providing the information to the arrest and conviction. The vandalism consisted of nails, spikes, and nail boards placed in secondary roads and fields across Catoosa WMA.

  • National Public Lands Day Sept. 24th

  • TWRA to present Sport Fishing changes for 2012

        The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) Fisheries Division has announced its proposed 2012 fishing regulation changes that will be presented to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission (TWRC) at its October meeting.
         The TWRA made its initial proposals for 2012 at the Aug. 24-25 meeting of the TWRC in Kingsport and discussed the possibility of a fishing guide license during this meeting as well.
         The following are TWRA’s proposed changes for 2012:

  • Burn permit information

        Due to extreme dry conditions, persons doing any outdoor burning, campfires or fireworks are urged to be very careful, and possibly put off burning until the area receives moisture. There have been several fires in the Knoxville area recently, 3 have been arson, 3 have been debris, 1 was suspected cigarette, 1 was caused by equipment use and 1 is under investigation. With current dry weather, fires are actually starting to burn down into the duff layer (organic material running up to 3 ft underground) making wildfires difficult to control.

  • Wartburg Speedway September 3rd winners

    Modified Mini
    1.Darren Goins #D2
    2.Greg Henderson #3
    3.Tom Vann #xXx
    4.Logan Adcock #17
    5.Dustin Stevens #66
    6.Mikey Roberts #27
    7.Nick Peterson #25
    8.Wesley Jones #77
    9.Michael Courtney #C11 (DNS)
    10.Tim Ladd #39 (DNS)
    11.David Runyan #55 (DNS)
    12.Brian Hooks #H27 (DNS)
    13.JR Meredith #52 (DNS)
    14.Woody Shelby #W82 (DQ)
    15.Brian Frost #8 (DQ)
    16.Lance Frost #3-6 (DQ)

    Street Stock
    1.DJ McMahan #13

  • Big South Fork Haunting in the Hills Storytelling Festival set for Sept. 17

        The Nineteenth Annual “Haunting in the Hills” Storytelling Festival will be held Saturday, Sept. 17, in the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. The day’s events will feature storytelling, craft demonstrations, workshops and sales, afternoon storytelling presentations, an open stage for local and student tellers and performances of dulcimer and bluegrass music. The day will culminate with the much anticipated evening storytelling session.

  • 8th Annual Wings Over Big South Fork Air & Car Show Sept. 10th

  • Tennessee’s 2011 Dove Season opened September 1st

        One of Tennessee’s most long-standing outdoor traditions will begin with the opening of mourning dove season. Dove season officially began across the state on Thursday, Sept. 1 at noon (local time).        Tennessee’s 2011 season will again be divided into three segments: Sept. 1 through Sept. 26; Oct. 8 through Oct. 23; and Dec. 19 through Jan. 15. Hunting times, other than opening day, are one-half hour before sunrise until sunset for all other days.