#Tennessee River

Lauderdale County, ALWHNT-TV

Man drowns at Joe Wheeler State Park

LAUDERDALE COUNTY, Ala. — A man drowned at Joe Wheeler State Park on Sunday, according to Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton. Joe Wheeler State Park is located in Rogersville, Ala., and divided by the Tennessee River. This is a developing story.
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Linden, TNPosted by
Linden Digest

Check out these homes on the Linden market now

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: READY TO GO RIVER HOUSE! This manufactured home is on a permanent foundation with a large barn/garage for all your river rides! Enjoy the
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Trip to Chattanooga, Tennessee

Chattanooga is in southern, Tennessee, about a five hour drive from Louisville. Chattanooga has a LOT to offer for a family getaway. Plan a nearby getaway trip to Chattanooga. On your drive to Chattanooga, you will pass what starts to feel like hundreds of billboards advertising Ruby Falls and Rock City on Lookout Mountain. Ruby Falls is a great first stop on your trip to Chattanooga.
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Colbert County, ALweather.gov

Special Weather Statement issued for Colbert, Cullman, DeKalb, Franklin, Jackson, Lauderdale by NWS

Effective: 2021-07-24 04:16:00 CDT Expires: 2021-07-24 09:00:00 CDT Urgency: Expected Severity: Minor Certainty: Observed Target Area: Colbert; Cullman; DeKalb; Franklin; Jackson; Lauderdale; Lawrence; Limestone; Madison; Marshall; Morgan Patchy Dense Fog will impact portions of the Tennessee Valley early this morning Patchy Dense Fog has developed across portions of the Tennessee Valley early this morning. Although visibilities are generally in the 3 to 5 mile range, locally dense fog is occurring in many river valleys and other locations near large bodies of water. Visibility reductions below one quarter of a mile are expected in these areas, which include the Tennessee River, Elk River, Paint Rock River, Lake Guntersville and Big Wills Creek. Motorists are urged to drive with extreme caution, as visibilities will vary significantly given the patchy nature of the fog. Use low beams, reduce driving speed, and allow for plenty of room between you and other cars. The fog should begin to burn off between 8 and 9 AM CDT. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio, or a favorite local media outlet, for further statements or updates from the National Weather Service in Huntsville.
Guntersville, ALadvertisergleam.com

Lockmaster earns Corps honor

Ryan Johnson, lockmaster at Guntersville Lock was the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District Employee of the Month for May, according to a story put out by the Corps. He is recognized primarily for his leadership at Guntersville Lock and as team leader during a repair action at Wilson Lock in Florence.

14011 Mariellen Road

Just minutes to Redstone Arsenal and the Tennessee River! Convenient to shopping, restaurants and to South Memorial Parkway. Property has a great 16x2- detached workshop. Great investment property. Home is SOLD AS IS. Listing provided courtesy of North Alabama R. E. Group, Llc. © 2021 NALMLS, Inc. All information provided...
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Where to Paddle With the Kids in Scenic Tennessee

Canoeing with the family is a great summer activity. Here's what to know ... and where to go!. Before taking the family canoeing, know what to expect. All of the rivers in Tennessee have classifications of difficulty (see chart here). When heading out for a canoe trip, make a day...
Decatur, ALPosted by
The Decatur Daily

Battle for Decatur reenactment to return to Limestone County

The annual Battle for Decatur, which was held for 35 years at Point Mallard Park on Labor Day weekend, will return to Limestone County for a second consecutive year. Last year, the Civil War reenactment, which commemorates the skirmish fought between the Confederate and Union soldiers on the bank of the Tennessee River in 1864, was moved to Lester due to Decatur’s coronavirus restrictions.