Aug 7 2017
07:17 am

I really don't like the characterization of the fight against invasive plants in our waterways being "Bubba versus Science" but that's the way it's looking. If you want to give the science a fair shake this is a good chance right in Rockwood...

The Watts Bar Ecology and Fishery Council (WBEFC) will be meeting again at the Rockwood Community Center, 710 N Chamberlain Ave, on Wednesday, August 16th, at 7 pm. Dr. Timothy Joseph, Chairman, will update the Council, Stakeholders, and the public, on recent WBEFC activities. Work-Group chairs will provide a summary/discussion of their independent Work-Group activities, accomplishments and plans. This meeting is open to the public. Upon completion of Council business, public comment will be welcomed and will be addressed by the WBEFC based on facts and sound ecological principles.

Their very informative web site is here:


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Lost Medicaid Funding

To date, the failure to expand Medicaid / TennCare has cost the State of Tennessee ? in lost federal funding.