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Water from Watts Bar Lake among the proposals by Gary Nelson via the Crossville Cronicle The Crossville City Council intends to move forward with reviewing a raw water study to help determine future water needs for the city of Crossville. …

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From the Oakridger Posted Apr. 27, 2016 at 11:18 AM To the Editor: I live in Anderson County and recreate in many areas in East Tennessee that are impacted by mining, including Watts Bar Lake, various areas of the Clinch …

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The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission approved new fishing regulations for 2016, and they will become effective March 1. Foremost among the new regulations is the statewide requirement for a guide license for individuals or businesses who accept compensation for …

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[…] The Kentucky Dam at 206 feet high and 8,422 feet long is the widest TVA dam on the Tennessee River. The dam impounds Kentucky Lake, which covers 160,000 acres and creates 2,064 miles of shoreline perfect for fishing, boating, …

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