Entries by Center Hill Sun

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Take a Walk on the Wildflower Side

TN state naturalist visiting Edgar Evins and Rock Island for public hikes Looking to amplify your sense of Upper Cumberland feral floral appreciation? Then take note of a couple guided walks through the Eastern Highland Rim woods coming up this weekend. On Saturday, Tennessee State Naturalist Randy Hedgepath will lead an interpretive wildflower hike at Edgar Evins […]

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Plan for Privatizing Fall Creek Falls Hotel Held Up

TDEC adding ‘amendment’ to ongoing RFP; Attorney general says process legal Officials in the administration of Gov. Bill Haslam have postponed the deadline for private companies to submit proposals for operating a new $22 million hotel at Fall Creek Falls State Park. The state Department of Environment and Conservation, which supervises state parks and natural […]

Never Too Soon to Start Planning a Startup

Business success begins with a blueprint Here’s a new kind of New Year’s Resolution to consider for the coming year. Why not mark the start of 2017 by starting to formulate a plan for going into business for yourself? No doubt, timing is key for launching any profit-seeking venture. Getting off on the wrong foot […]

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Wine Country, White County

Northfield Vineyards specializes in linking people with fruit of the land Sustaining a profitable farm-based business requires an ability to move with the times and think outside the box. Realizing a rural property’s full value and working potential may mean using it to produce something new and unique. Or it may entail rediscovering something that’s […]

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Rep. Ryan Williams a Face of TN’s Political Future

Newly elected House GOP caucus chief in prime position to champion Upper Cumberland issues, potential Congratulations, Cookeville. Your state representative in Nashville is arguably the most popular member of the 74-member House Republican supermajority. He’s also now among the most powerful. Just days after winning a landslide re-election bid on Nov. 8, incumbent state Rep. […]

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River of Rainbows

It’s been a golden year for trout on the Caney Fork It may seem somewhat counterintuitive, but long periods of low rainfall actually tend to improve fishing in cold tailwater rivers like the Caney Fork. So one silver lining in the relative lack of stormclouds since July has been an abundance of rainbows under Center […]

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Room and Board and Upper Cumberland Beauty

Area bed and breakfasts offer great escapes, and not far to get there  Regardless whether you’re a day tripper, globetrotter or local dweller, the Center Hill Lake region offers several B&B options guaranteed to satisfy an urge for respite from your personal grind. If rest, recreation and perhaps a bit of romance is what you seek, […]

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Drive-Ins Still Drawing Audiences of All Ages

Outdoor cinemas featured in Watertown, Sparta and Woodbury Most kids and adults alike would agree that catching a good flick at a drive-in movie theater is a thoroughly enjoyable way to spend a warm summer night. Drive-in movies are a uniquely American form of entertainment, and few Americans who’ve ever visited one now and again […]