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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.

Clyde Williams Blosser, age 82, of Blountville, Tenn., passed away on Thursday, June 6, 2019, in the Bristol Regional Medical Center. Clyde's …

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BRISTOL, Tenn. — Friends of Steele Creek Nature Center and Park and the Bristol Tennessee Parks and Recreation Department invite the community…

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The Twin City organized several events for the Great American Cleanup on Saturday, May 13, 2017. The City of Bristol Virginia, Chamber of Comm…

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The new splash pad at Steele Creek Park got a fresh look as workers gave it a bright blue, non-skid polyurethane safety coating Friday afternoon.

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Brigitte (left) and Dollie (right) wear warm clothing while walking their humans, Connie Pugh (left) and Debbie Dorton (right), on a windy, co…

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BRISTOL, Tenn.—A group of bird enthusiasts and onlookers participated in a banding event Saturday morning during the Wildlife Weekend at Steel…

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BRISTOL, Tenn.— Steele Creek Park’s Annual Wildlife Weekend – a two-day event that’s been going strong for almost 20 years -- kicks off Friday.

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