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Crossville-Cumberland County Crimestoppers Saturday February 13, 2016

Has outstanding Failure to Appear warrants for Theft and Violation of Probation. Beck also has an outstanding Criminal Court Capias for Aggravated Burglary and Vandalism.

If you know where Brian Beck is, please call the Crimestoppers 24hr. Tip Hotline at 931-200-1173. All information will be 100% Anonymous and CA$H will be paid for information leading to the arrest of Brian Steven Beck.

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Haslam Announces Reward in Rutherford County Murder Case Saturday February 13, 2016

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has announced a $10,000 reward for information leading to the apprehension, arrest and conviction of the person or persons involved in the murder case of William “Gregg” Hawkins on October 16, 2015. Hawkins, a 53-year-old employee of Nissan, was found murdered at a boat ramp in Rutherford County. He had been fishing with his daughter and was walking to the parking lot presumably to get to his trailer. Evidence suggests Hawkins came upon a crime in progress, resulting in the murder. Hawkins leaves behind a wife, Janet, and two daughters. There were no witnesses to the murder, and there were no video cameras. Investigators do not have a primary suspect. Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact Det. Kyle Norrod at 615-904-3043 or or the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division at 615-898-7916, or District Attorney General Jennings Jones at 615-898-8008 or


State Fire Marshal’s “Get Alarmed” Program Records 129th Saved Life Saturday February 13, 2016

New figures show that 129 Tennesseans were saved from fire danger during the past three years thanks to smoke alarms installed by fire departments and volunteers through the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) “Get Alarmed” program.

This program, along with focused fire prevention in Tennessee’s high-risk areas, has helped increase awareness about the dangers of fire and save lives. Tennessee has seen a 28% reduction in fire fatalities over the last five years (2011-2015) from the previous five-year average (2006-2010) when the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) ranked Tennessee as No. 6 in the nation for fire deaths.

Fewer unintentional structure fire fatalities occurred in 2015 than in any year in recorded Tennessee history, including a milestone year achieved in 2014. Seventy-two (72) people died in accidental home fires across the state in 2015 — down from 76 in 2014. Both years were record-breaking improvements compared to 2013’s fire fatality total of 100.

The SFMO urges all Tennesseans to make fire safety a priority by ensuring they have working smoke alarms on every level of their home, including the basement. Outdated alarms may not work properly. If your home’s smoke alarms


Horizon Initiative Public Review Feb. 22 & 23, 2016
Submitted: Billy Loggins, Marketing Director Saturday February 13, 2016

All comments from the Visioning Sssions were recorded and a community plan and implementation strategy has been created named, The Horizon Initiative. Public review of this document will be held February 22, 2016 at Cumberland County High School at 6:00 p.m. in the cafeteria and February 23, 2016 at 6 p.m. in the library of Stone Memorial High School.


High School Basketball
Vince / Steve Friday February 12, 2016

Stone Memorial played host to Warren County Friday night and posted a pair of District wins. The Lady Panthers came from behind in the second half to down the Lady Pioneers 74-66 and the Panthers claimed a 54-51 win over Warren County.

Cumberland County traveled to Sparta and the Lady Jets, the 6th ranked team in the State, finished District play with a perfect 10 and 0 record thanks to an 87-77 overtime win over the Warriorettes. White County scored the first point in the extra frame, but the Lady Jets answered with the last 11 and recorded the 10 point win. In the final game of the night, the 4th ranked team in the State, the White County Warriors improved to 25 and 0 this season with a 102-66 win over the Jets.

Both SMHS and CCHS are scheduled to be back in action Saturday. Cumberland County travels to Bradley Central, the girls game is scheduled to tip at Noon and Stone Memorial will play host to Clarkrange, that action begins at 6:00. The Lady Panthers and Panthers games Saturday will air on Mix 99.3.



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