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Visitors to Tennessee’s 56 state parks and natural areas have a chance to vote for their favorite one and also generate money to help support the parks system.

If all the TWRA’s about 100 statewide game wardens are as committed and conscientious as Wilson County’s Hunter Daniels, our fish and wildlife, fields and streams, are in good hands.

Goodbye, 2020 and really, thanks for nothing. You reminded me of the scene in Animal House when the new guys go to a fraternity rush party and wanted to hang out with the cool guys, but the frat brothers kept directing them to hang out with the not-so-cool guys.

My mother was an extraordinary person. I suppose any son who was fortunate enough to have a loving, nurturing mother would consider his mother to be exceptional. Mine was blessed with a sharp mind along with loads of common sense – a rare combination.

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Jan. 9, 1922 is the birthday of my late father, Frank Thomas McCall Sr. A veteran of World War II, he served with the Army Air Corps in the European theater. As an airplane mechanic, he never saw combat, but he lost his pilot and best friend who stepped on a landmine while taking a walk in t…

The high temperatures this week will mostly be in the low 50s and the best chance of rain looks to be Wednesday night and Thursday at about 40%.

Sizzling young NASCAR star Cole Custer admits he will be venturing into the unknown when he rolls into Nashville Superspeedway for June’s Cup Series race.

Well, it seems like yesterday I was writing about the beginning of 2020. I’m serious. When I began to play my treasured Christmas music back in late November, I had a feeling I had just been listening to it a few months before. There just doesn’t seem to be as much time between annual holida…

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After the round of winter weather and Arctic air that Middle Tennessee experienced for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, a likely warming trend will take our high temperatures into the upper 50s by Wednesday afternoon.

During the last spring, summer and fall, Tennessee’s state parks provided welcome retreats from the COVID-19 pandemic, attracting record numbers of visitors and overnight campers.

A popular outdoors magazine recently had a cover photo of a black Labrador retriever that resembled our old dog, Buddy.