By Ken Mink TOWNSEND, Tn. --The summer of 2020 has been a torrid one for much of America, particularly the Southeast, resulting in a torrent of people seeking relief in rivers and streams – especially in Tennessee, North Carolina and Georgia. Leading the way is several waterways in East Tennessee, with hundreds of thousands donning life jackets, helmets and safety shoes to take spins down rivers such as Ocoee, Pigeon and Little River. Little towns such as Townsend, population about 3...

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The Tale of a How a Beautiful Mountainous Kentucky Golf Course Survived a Bout With Nature

By Ken Mink   PINEVILLE, Ky. – Golf courses across America are subjected to one serious obstacle: Weather. Mother Nature plays no favorites and on February 6, 2020, she landed a tremendous punch to the gut at the Wasioto Winds golf course at Pine Mountain State Park, unleashing a rainstorm of biblical proportion, dropping some eight inches of rain in …