Month: April 2016

TVA Environmental Review Supports Dewatering Facility At Kingston

Wednesday, April 6, 2016 The Tennessee Valley Authority is taking another step to change the way ash and coal products are stored at Kingston Fossil Plant with the addition of a bottom ash dewatering facility. The decision to build a facility is the result of an Environmental Assessment by TVA that looked at the potential …

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Aaron Massey and David Harrison win Cabela’s King Kat with 268 pounds

Massive weights were the name of the game for competitors on the Tennessee River (Watts Bar/Fort Loudoun/Tellico) at Lenoir City. It was the location of Cabela’s King Kat Super Event on April 16 and 17, 2016. Participating anglers competed for $10,000 in cash and prizes. The event attracted 100 anglers from 12 states to see …

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Despite questions, Kingston moving ahead with waterfront project

KINGSTON — The city’s plan to get in the boat slip rental business has hit some roadblocks, including a resident questioning whether the proper permits were obtained, but the project is moving forward, officials said. Using $90,000 of the remaining funds from a TVA payoff to local governments for a massive ash spill from TVA’s …

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