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Upper Cumberland Less Affected by Invasive Carp

Governor Bill Lee signed an executive order Wednesday establishing the Asian Carp Advisory Commission. TWRA Aquatic Nuisance Species Coordinator Cole Harty said the Upper Cumberland has luckily not been hit hard by Asian and Silver Carp. Harty said there have been reports of Silver Carp, but not to the extent of waters like the lower Tennessee River. “As far as ... Read More »

UCEMC Crews Heading to Hurricane Sally

Electric line workers from Carthage and Livingston are on their way to Gulf Shores, Alabama to help with Hurricane Sally. Crews set out Friday morning after getting their 24 hour notice. UCEMC General Manager Jimmy Gregory said the bond between line workers is about stepping up when disaster strikes. “It’s the human thing to do, sometime it will be our ... Read More »

Electric Car Hookups Coming To Livingston

Electric car owners will have a new charging station in the City of Livingston soon. The project at Livingston’s Central Park is part of a three-year study program conducted by Tennessee Tech and Seven States Power Corporation. UCEMC President Jimmy Gregory said his company is partnering with both organizations. “[The project’s purpose is] to study the feasibility of electric vehicles ... Read More »

Pandemic Positive: Outdoor Activity Increases

While some vacations and events are cancelled because of COVID-19, one recreational option hasn’t left: the great outdoors. Cordell Hull Park Ranger Ashley Webster said without the pandemic, many first time visitors may not have explored Carthage’s nature area. “There seems to be a lot more people outdoors, hiking our trails,” Webster said. “Hopefully this pandemic will make us a ... Read More »