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Experience the Historic Solar Eclipse Path of Totality at Cumberland Mountain State Park

Experience the Historic Solar Eclipse Path of Totality at Cumberland Mountain State Park
Kim Schofinski/Deputy Communications Director, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Tuesday July 11, 2017

Bring the whole family to Cumberland Mountain State Park the weekend of Aug. 20, 2017 to celebrate the once in a lifetime viewing of the solar eclipse. Twenty of Tennessee?s state parks, including Cumberland Mountain, fall in or near the ?path of totality?. This is the first total solar eclipse to affect the continental U.S. since 1979, and to mark this historic event, the park is hosting special outdoor activities that include a variety of free and fee-based events all leading up to the eclipse viewing on Monday, Aug. 21.

On Aug. 20, visitors can participate in a triathlon that includes a 200-yard pool swim, 7-mile bike ride and a 5K run. Registration for the triathlon is $60, and racers can register as individuals or in groups of two or three. A separate 5K race will be held the morning of Aug. 21 with a fee of $25 per person.

Following the race on Monday will be a free solar eclipse viewing party from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The party will feature live music, bounce houses for kids, food tents, guided hikes led by park rangers and more. The viewing party is free to attend, but guests can purchase a VIP package for $50 which includes special parking and seating and a food voucher.

The event is supported by the City of Crossville and Cumberland Medical Center. For more information, call the Cumberland Mountain State Park at (931) 484-6138 or (800) 250-8618.

(Photo courtesy TN Dept. of Environment & Conservation)


Rock The Block, Friday, July 14 in Crossville
Jared Cerullo Tuesday July 11, 2017

A new event is planned for Crossville on Friday, July 14th. It's called Rock the Block, and a number of businesses in town are hoping to provide lots of good times during the family-themed event. Again, Friday, July 14th, the event will run from 4pm to 8pm, with most of the activity along Rector Avenue. According to the Crossville Chronicle, business in the area will keep their doors open, with some featuring special sales. You can find more information on the Facebook page titled Crossville Rock the Block.


Heather Annette Gaylon, Crime Stoppers Wanted Person No. 53
Crossville-Cumb. Co. Crime Stoppers Tuesday July 11, 2017

The Crossville-Cumberland County Crimestoppers is looking for Heather Annette Gaylon, who is wanted for Failure To Appear on Theft of Property, Theft of Merchandise and Has a Capias for theft. Heather Annette Gaylon is a 32-year-ols white female known to frequent the Stanley Street area of Crossville and the New Hope Road area of Rockwood. If you know where Gaylon is hiding out, please call the Crimestoppers Tip Hotline at 931-200-1173. There will be a minimum $200 payout for information leading to the arrest of this profiled person!

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More Than $750,000 Awarded to Tennessee Colleges to Support Student Veterans Broadcasting News Tuesday July 11, 2017

The Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) announced Monday that 13 colleges and universities in Tennessee will receive additional funding and program support to serve veterans and service members and help them earn postsecondary degrees as part of Governor Bill Haslam?s Drive to 55.

THEC will award $760,781 in total Veteran Reconnect funds to support programs and services for student veterans at campuses across the state.

Veteran Reconnect will provide funding from August 1, 2017 until January 31, 2019. The current round of funding marks the third time THEC has awarded Veteran Reconnect grants to institutions.


Former Vol A.J. Johnson arrested, charged with DUI
WVLT Tuesday July 11, 2017

Former Tennessee Vol linebacker A.J. Johnson was arrested early Saturday morning and charged with driving under the influence, WVLT reports. Johnson had bloodshot eyes, and smelled like alcohol and marijuana, according to a KPD report. After allegedly failing a field sobriety test, Johnson was arrested and charged with first offense DUI, failure to exercise due care, implied consent and simple possession. He is awaiting trial for charges of aggravated rape.


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