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As a former United States Air Force Airman – military veteran and as a current U.S. Merchant Marine Captain and U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Patrol Coxswain (Captain), I understand the great importance that our brave service men and women play

THIS IS MY 163RD EDITION OF MY LAKE CUMBERLAND STRIPER FISHING REPORT! It has been 2 weeks since my last report.   Greetings to my readers! I hope the world finds you and your family doing well! As a former United

Suspended by rappelling cables and ropes 200 feet in the air, Carl Leunig, and Adrian Kollias, civil engineers with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Philadelphia District and two civilian contractors, Eddie Page and Chad Dahl, precisely lower themselves along

The annual drawdown of Lake Cumberland has begun and the target for Labor Day weekend is at or about 698 feet above sea level. That will be about 6 feet lower than the current level. After summer’s final holiday, the