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Crossville City Council Passes Motion to Donate Land for New Animal Shelter If Supporters Can Raise $200,000 Within 6 Months
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 11, 2017

The Crossville City Council Regular Monthly Meetings are once again being held on Tuesday nights. At last night’s meeting, the Council passed a motion approving the City’s donation of land for the construction of a new animal shelter inside the city limits if supporters can raise an additional $200,000 within 6 months. The City and County both had approved $180,000 last year for the shelter and the funds were included in the County’s budget .

 


Fire Destroys Two Homes in Cumberland County on Sunday
tn.gov/Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 11, 2017

The State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) is reminding Tennesseans that January leads all other months in residential fires, heating fires and fatal fires.
Here in Cumberland County, firefighters responded to two house fires early Sunday morning. Crews were unable to save a two story home on Peter Pan Drive. Three people living there managed to escape the blaze unharmed. Firefighters were also called out to a structure fire on Lige Road around 6:30 a.m. Sunday. The home, which was not occupied, was fully engulfed when crews arrived on the scene, and is a total loss.

Since 2010, Tennessee has averaged 2.75 fatal fires (22 in 8 years) and 3.375 fire deaths (27 in 8 years) during the second week of January according to SFMO data. This is the highest number of both fires and victims for any week of the year and is nearly double the rate of the average week.

Tennessee residents can request a free smoke alarm by visiting www.tn.gov/fire.

 


6 city manger applicants to be interviewed
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 11, 2017

The Crossville City Council in regular session voted to interview at least 6 applicants for the position of city manager. Council hopes to set up video conferences for the initial meetings. The top six are Dennis Sparks; Mark Reeter; Greg Wood; Cary Colaianni; Steve Foote and Tina Tuggle. Councilman Scot Shanks noted that he felt that council could be hiring a permanent city manager at the February meeting. Meanwhile, applications for the position will continue to be accepted into next week.

 


High School Basketball
Vince / Steve Wednesday January 11, 2017

District play began Tuesday for both Stone Memorial and Cumberland County High School.

Cumberland County played host to Cookeville. The Lady Jets posted their ninth straight win in their series with the Lady Cavs as they downed the visitors 73-46. The Jets fell to the Cavaliers 63-43. Friday the Jets and Lady Jets travel to Rhea County to take on the Eagles. The girls game will tip at 5:00 and you can hear the broadcast beginning at 4:55 on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.

The SMHS teams traveled to Rhea County and lost a pair of tough games with the Eagles. The Lady Panthers came up just short, dropping a 47-45 decision and the Panthers fell in their game with Rhea County 64-51. Friday the Panthers and Lady Panthers travel to Sparta to take on the teams from White County; live coverage will begin at 5:55 on Mix 99.3 with the Lady Panthers game with the Warriorettes scheduled to tip at 6:00.

 


State Fire Marshal’s Office Works to Fight Winter Fire Threat
tn.gov/Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 11, 2017

The State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) urges Tennesseans to place special focus on home fire safety during what has traditionally been the most tragic week for fire-related incidents in the Volunteer State.

Since 2010, Tennessee has averaged 2.75 fatal fires (22 in 8 years) and 3.375 fire deaths (27 in 8 years) during the second week of January according to SFMO data. This is the highest number of both fires and victims for any week of the year and is nearly double the rate of the average week.

Tennessee residents can request a free smoke alarm by visiting www.tn.gov/fire.

 

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