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TBI Director Mark Gwyn has confirmed that remains found off County Corner Road this past weekend are of those of missing nursing student Holly Bobo. Gwyn says two hunters discovered remains and alerted authorities on Sunday. The 20-year old nursing student disappeared from her home the morning of April 13th, 2011. In March of this year, Zachary Adams was indicted on charges of First Degree Felony Murder and Especially Aggravated Kidnapping in connection to the death of Holly Bobo. A month later, Jason Autry was also indicted and charged with one count of Especially Aggravated Kidnapping and First Degree Felony Murder.
City of Crossville will be relocating the main water line on Oakmont Drive beginning Monday September 8th. Oakmont Drive will be closed to thru traffic. Construction will be taking place at One Mile Creek on Oakmont Drive in preparation for the new culverts the road department will be installing. Construction is anticipated to be completed by Friday September 12th. Please use extreme caution in this area. The City asks that commuters use Rock Quarry Road as an alternate route
Its homecoming week at Stone Memorial High School. The Stone Memorial High School Panthers kick off Homecoming festivities with Pajama Day today (Monday). This evening, the girls take to the soccer field for the annual Powder Puff Football Game with the bon fire to follow. Tomorrow, the Panthers will dress up as their favorite cartoon characters in celebration of Toon Tuesday. The Panthers host Pickett County on Friday night as they go for their 3rd consecutive win. Pregame is 6:45, kick off is 7. Catch the action on Mix 99.3 and online at Mix 993.com. The Jets have an open date.
Police are asking for your help gathering information on a burglary. According to reports, the robbery happened between 11:15 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Saturday at AAA-Pioneer Storage on Stanley Street, across from Dollar General. Investigators say thieves forced their way into the office and stole at least $150. They also damaged several items inside. If you have any information, call 200-1173 or 484-7231.
Dollywood has received several “Golden Ticket” awards from Amusement Today. The annual awards recognize the best in the amusement industry. This year, Dollywood was recognized as the Friendliest Park, as well as for having the Best Food, and the Best Shows. The "Smoky Mountain Christmas at Dollywood" won Best Christmas Event. Dollywood’s ThunderHead was ranked 5 on the list of the Top 10 Wood Roller Coasters of 2014 and the park came in 3 for Best Park, and Dollywood’s Splash Country came in #3 for Best Water Park.