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Tuesday, November 22, CCHS will travel to Cleveland to take on Bradley Central and SMHS will visit Jamestown to battle York Institute. The Lady Panthers and Panthers games against the Dragons on Tuesday will air live on Mix 99.3 with coverage beginning at 5:55.
Gas prices are falling as 43.5 million Americans plan to hit the road for Thanksgiving. In the past week, the state average for Tennessee declined 6 cents.
AAA spokesman Mark Jenkins said low oil prices, lower demand and high gasoline supplies are causing declines at the gas pump. He said gas prices should push even lower through the holiday weekend, unless crude oil prices suddenly surge.
Motorists can find gas prices below $2 a gallon at 76 percent of gas stations in Tennessee.
The national average price for a gallon of regular unleaded is $2.14, three cents cheaper than a week ago. Tennessee's average of $1.96 is six cents cheaper than a week ago, 13 cents cheaper than a month ago, but 3 cents higher than a year ago.
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture reminds drone operators that it is against the law to fly drones in wildfire areas. Drones can cause aerial firefighting equipment to be grounded. This may cause fires to increase in size and endanger homes and firefighters. Please keep your drones away from firefighting operations and remember, itís illegal to fly near a wildfire.
The Vols are back in the AP Top poll at No. 24 after Saturdayís 63-37 victory over Missouri. Next up for the Vols is a road trip to Nashville to face the Commodores on Saturday, November 26. Coverage begins on 102.5 WOW Country begins with Bob Keslingís Kick-Off Call In Show at 5 p.m. CT. Game time is set for 6:30 p.m.
Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has been subpoenaed to appear in a videotaped deposition in a civil lawsuit against the Pilot Flying J truck-stop chain owned by the family of Haslam and his brother, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam.
Jimmy Haslam was served with a notice to appear at the deposition in Knoxville on Dec. 13.
The lawsuit was filed by companies that declined to participate in an $85 million settlement between Pilot and 5,500 trucking companies in connection with a scheme to cheat customers out of promised discounts and rebates. The company also paid a $92 million federal penalty.