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Noke's Granola

Some people call it Nukes. Others call it Nookies. Luther Cutchins says, “Hey, as long as you call it, it’s all good!”

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The Swell of Success

Watch as I take on wakesurfing

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Find me at the Falls

A guide to area waterfalls

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The Wind and the Waves

Privateer Yacht Club sets sail for 75 years

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I AM AN ECOSYSTEM: Part Tres

...the course of study continues...

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Choppy Chickamauga

Chickamauga Lake: still a top location for largemouth bass.

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Climbing to New Heights

The city’s tight-knit rock climbing community is being brought even closer as two of Chattanooga’s climbing gyms become one.

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Fall Camping Planner

Camping in the fall is about way more than the pretty leaves.

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Inflatable SUPs: About to blow up

Benefits of inflatable SUPs have them poised to take over

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Cool Kid Spotlight: Ethan Rosenow

Young cyclist heads to TYMBR championships

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Young Riders

Competitive mountain bike racing grows.

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Beat the Stink: The care and cleaning of sandals

Sandals are the perfect summer footwear.

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C. E. Blevins exhibit to open at Audubon Acres

A minister, folk artist and teacher, the late C. E. Blevins dedicated his last years to re-creating the eggs of bird species from all over the world.

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Water with a twist

When it comes to hydration, water can’t be beat.

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Dive into clean water

Summer in Tennessee is notoriously hot, and when temperatures soar, nothing feels better than getting in the water.

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Closest place to... Get Cool

With as hot as it gets in the summer, sometimes you gotta go underground if you want to stay cool.

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Southern red-backed salamander

Southern red-backed salamander

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I AM AN ECOSYSTEM: Part Duo

Last month I learned that Chattanooga was once a coastline and that a bluebird is not really blue — but it is related to a dinosaur.

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I AM AN ECOSYSTEM: Part Duo

Last month I learned that Chattanooga was once a coastline and that a bluebird is not really blue — but it is related to a dinosaur.

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Wounded Warriors Find Healing on the Water

With the help of a volunteer, veteran Johnathan Grimes moved from his wheelchair into his kayak, and the two set off down the Tennessee River from the drop-in at Chester Frost Park.

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