BRISTOL, Tenn. – Bristol, Tennessee officials are inviting local residents to participate in the future development of Steele Creek Park.
After months of stench from the dump, I feel sorry for the people who live nearby, but putting signs in the yard that say “Dump the Dump” will do nothing. People drive along and throw their trash out the window. Instead of picking it up, the city mows it into a thousand pieces.
My little sister bought it for me: a remarkably lifelike gorilla suit. She spray painted it white. By the time I began teaching elementary school, I would intertwine lessons with stories of the legendary creature that happened to inhabit the woods of our local Steele Creek Park.
An inappropriate remark made to a woman visiting Steele Creek Park recently resulted in a police investigation — but so far it appears the remarks did not meet the threshold of being a crime.
Whether it’s to counteract a rash from exposure to poison ivy while clearing brush or providing a tasty addition to a dinner salad, ordinary p…
BRISTOL, Tenn. — If enough people nominate Steele Creek Park to the Meet Me at the Park promotion, the park could earn $20,000.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Internationally known exhibit designer Ed Hackley returned to his hometown to create the exhibits for the Nature Center expan…
BRISTOL, Tenn. — The expanded Nature Center at Steele Creek Park is set to open Oct. 13.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – “It looks like cheese!”
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Walk into the Nature Center at Steele Creek Park, which is undergoing an expansion, and you’ll see a lot of white walls and empty space. But that is beginning to change, according to Nature Center Manager and Chief Naturalist Jeremy Stout.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Memorial Day may be the unofficial start to summer, but the season will start a little early in the Twin City this weekend, w…
Kites were flying Saturday at Steele Creek Park as the Bristol Public Library moved children and their families outside.
Steele Creek Park Wildlife Weekend Photography Contest Announced
Friends of Steele Creek Nature Center and Park (“Friends”) will again be sponsoring an amateur photography contest and show. The event will be…