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It has been reported that residents in Cumberland County have been approached by someone soliciting funds for a CCHS Athletic Team. This individual is not a representative of Cumberland County High School and no one should give him money. If you are approached then please call the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department. You may also call Cumberland County High School at (931) 484-6194 to inquire about any fundraisers currently underway.
TripAdvisor® has served up a list of the top-rated states and restaurants for barbecue and announced Tennessee as No. 1 in the U.S. The ranking is based on the millions of reviews and opinions from the TripAdvisor community via restaurant reviews and total number of restaurants that classify themselves as barbecue restaurants. Other states rounding out the top 10 were Texas, Missouri, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, California, Virginia, and New York.
Stone Memorial High School student Andy Carey has signed to compete with the Roane State Shooting Sports Team! Pictured l to r: (front) Lynn Carey, Andy Carey, Kenny Carey (back) Dr. Scott Maddox, James Wattenbarger (Assistant Coach), Lance Kennedy
Stone Memorial High School student Nate Wattenbarger has signed to compete with the Roane State Shooting Sports Team! Pictured l to r: (front) Kim Wattenbarger, Nate Wattenbarger, James Wattenbarger (back) Dr. Scott Maddox, Kenny Carey (Head Coach), Lance Kennedy
The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation’s Office of Energy Programs has announced it will offer a two-tiered rebate on qualifying electric vehicles that are purchased or leased and registered in the State of Tennessee. Electric vehicle dealerships will be responsible for providing the rebate to consumers after such funds are received from the State. The State will rebate $2,500 on zero-emission battery electric vehicles and $1,500 on plug-in hybrid electric vehicles sold or leased (with a three-year minimum lease term) by a Tennessee dealership to Tennessee residents, after a claim is filed by the dealership. There is currently $682,500 available for this second iteration of the electric vehicle rebate program. The rebate program will go into effect for vehicle purchases or leases made after June 15, 2015. Rebates will be dispersed on a first-come, first-served basis, and the program will remain active until funds are exhausted.