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High School Basketball
Steve Thursday January 28, 2016

Friday Cumberland County High School and Stone Memorial High School will be on the road for District basketball action. The CCHS teams travel to Rhea County with the girls game scheduled to tip at 5:00 and live coverage beginning at 4:55 on 102.5 WOW Country. SMHS travels to Sparta to take on White County High School. The Lady Panthers game with the Warriorettes begins at 6:00 and the live broadcast will begin at 5:55 on Mix 99.3.

 


Cumberland County Board of Education to meet
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday January 28, 2016

School Board members will meet in regular session at 6 PM tonight at the Central Office. Items on the agenda include a contract with Planet HS for live web streaming of board meetings. Board members will also be discussion matters relative to the hiring of a new Director of Schools. The board has scheduled a work session and special call for January 30th to interview local candidates for the position.

 


City police are investigating burglary at Brenda Lane
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday January 28, 2016

A resident of Brenda Lane reported their apartment burglarized. The victim told police they had been away for about an hour when they returned to discover a window in the back door had been broken out. A Playstation 3 with 12 games was missing. Total value of the missing items placed at $300.

 


Charleston Lane resident finds bullet hole in car
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday January 28, 2016

A resident of Charleston Lane reported finding a bullet hole in the hood of his car. The victim told authorities that after snow had melted from his vehicle, he discovered a bullet hole in the hood. The bullet was found on the ground in front of his vehicle. The 2013 Nissan Rogue sustained damages estimated at $500.

 


Prescription Drug “Take Back” and Child Passenger Safety Checkpoint Fri., Jan. 29, 2016 at Cumb. Co. Health Dept.
Submitted: Ruth Lucas, Health Educator, Cumb. Co. Health Dept. Thursday January 28, 2016

The Cumberland County Health Department along with the Crossville Police Department will be hosting a Prescription Drug "Take Back" and a Child Passenger Safety checkpoint on Friday, January 29 from 10 AM to 2 PM at the health department located at 1503 S. Main Street. Individuals can turn in any expired or no longer needed prescription or over the counter drugs for proper disposal at the " Take Back" event. Also individuals with Child Passenger Car Seats can get them checked for proper installation at the checkpoint. For more information about these events call 484-6196.

 

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