After A chilly weekend, warmer air will gradually move back in for the week ahead. Much of this week will feature sunshine and highs in the 70s; yes, it’s going to be another beautiful week across Middle Tennessee.
As the week progresses, the weather models indicate a strong cold front is expected to drop down from Canada, and by Oct. 18, we could have highs in the 40s and lows in the 20s.
A week or so back, I decided to go visit an old friend. So, I packed up some gear and headed for the Brim Hollow. I took two chain saws, a 12-gauge shotgun, and my favorite little ax; but most importantly, I took my time.
A Davidson County chancellor has given much-needed public accountability a boost and set the Attorney General’s Office straight on the Open Meetings Act.
COVID-19 has sent Middle Tennesseans into a tailspin. It is becoming evident that the long-term effects will be serious, and in some respects, permanent.
It is going to be a beautiful week across Middle Tennessee with lots of sunshine and highs in the 70s. That is going to be the weather pattern through at least Oct. 11.
I just can't say enough good things about this forecast that I have for you. We get autumn kicked off in fine fashion with some beautiful weather across Middle Tennessee.
I was back in the Grand Canyon riding a mule a couple of weeks back — something I have done many times in the past 20 years. My love of mules and mule riding take me back to my boyhood days in the Brim Hollow. My grandfather Brim had two mules, Kate and Liz (That’s Liz with a long “I,” as in…
Make no mistake … the Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program (TAEP) has made a significant impact for farmers in Wilson County and across the State of Tennessee.
Autumn begins on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 8:30 a.m. The sun will rise almost directly in the east and set directly in the west that day. Daylight and nighttime hours are of almost equal length that day.
The coming of August marks a fascinating time of the year for me. It is usually in the month named after Caesar Augustus that the rustle of leaves stirred by the wind takes on a different sound. It is to me the first sign that fall is near.
One of the things I have noticed since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis and with the ongoing urban demonstrations and rioting in our land is an increasing absence of joy among our people.
The hot and hazy days of summer that we’re presently going through remind me of my childhood. Days out of school meant riding my bike, fishing and later on learning how to stack square bales in the back of a pickup truck.
I heard and read a while back with both disdain and amazement that some of our major cities have outlawed a number of children’s games because of safety risks. Among the games listed were freeze tag, kick the can, red rover, dodge ball and – will someone help me, please – wiffle ball.
Long Hunter State Park, located between Antioch and Mt. Juliet off of Hobson Pike, has a lot of water. The park boasts beautiful views of J. Percy Priest Lake from its more than 26 miles of hiking trails.