Topic: Giles County
25 Additional Counties Now Eligible for Federal Recovery Assistance
Nashville, TN - Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam announced today the federal government will provide Individual Assistance in two counties and Public Assistance to local governments in 25 counties under the current disaster declaration for the severe storms, straight-line winds and tornadoes of April 25th to April 28th, 2011, with a federal designation of DR-1974.
“I am pleased the federal government will be providing assistance to additional counties and individuals in Tennessee so they can begin rebuilding their lives and communities,” Haslam said. “This has been a trying year for many of our neighbors, and our local and state agencies are working very closely to make sure we identify where help is needed so we can recover from these severe weather incidents.” «Read the rest of this article»
Projects to be funded through Bridge Bonding and Traditional Funds
Nashville, TN – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Transportation Commissioner John Schroer today released the three-year transportation program, which includes the completion of several major strategic corridor projects and the state’s Better Bridges bonding program.
The three year program includes $1.7 billion for highways and bridges to fund more than 152 individual project phases in 59 Tennessee counties. The proposal, which has been presented to the Tennessee General Assembly, includes significant highway and bridge projects in TDOT’s Region Three.
Nashville, TN – Tennessee’s 2010-11 deer harvest numbers saw a slight increase over those of the previous year, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency harvest reports have indicated.
As harvest numbers continued to trickle into the agency through January, Tennessee hunters harvested 162,465 deer beginning with the archery season in late September an increase of 644 from last year. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – More than 1,200 turkeys were harvested during the two segments (December 6th-10th, December 11th-17th) of fall turkey hunting in Tennessee this year.
Fall turkey hunting was open in 63 counties. The harvest total of 1,227 is 311 less than 2009’s total of 1,538.
Maury County again was the top harvest county for the fall season with 82 turkeys. Rounding out the top 10 were Rutherford County 68, Sumner County 65, Bedford County 54, Greene County 50 Smith County 46, Marshall County 53, Lincoln County and Montgomery County 42, and Giles County 37. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – Tennessee’s gun season for deer hunters resumes today, December 18th and will continue through January 9th. 2011.
Since archery season opened in late September, more than 122,500 deer have been harvested in the state. Giles County has the top overall harvest with 3,663. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – The snow may have been falling this past Sunday, but a group of Middle Tennessee middle school students got an even “cooler” memory when they paid a once-in-a-lifetime visit to the sidelines of LP Field for thegame against Jacksonville, as part of the NFL Play60 program.
Nashville, TN – Tennessee’s deer archery hunters saw an increase in their harvest from 2009 on the opening weekend of the 2010 season. A total of 2,401 deer were taken, an increase of 163, with all 95 counties reporting harvests.
Montgomery County led the opening weekend (September 25th-26th) totals with 75 harvests, edging the 2009 leader, Giles County’s reporting total of 72.
Other top county totals were Stewart 68, Roane 61, Henry 59, Smith 55, Maury 50, Jackson 49, Sumner 48, Hardeman and Hamilton 46, Carter and Wilson 45. «Read the rest of this article»
Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association conference & trade show will be held in Murfreesboro Jan. 21st-23rd
Murfreesboro, Tenn. – The largest cattlemen’s conference and trade show in the state will be held in Murfreesboro, January 21st -23rd at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center.
The Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association Annual Convention and Tradeshow will feature nationally renowned speakers covering cattle health and wellbeing, price outlook, industry issues as well as cattle marketing and genetics.
One of the highlights of this year’s convention will be the cattle grading demonstration held at Middle Tennessee State University’s Tennessee Livestock Center. «Read the rest of this article»
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