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Decatur County Man Indicted in Holly Bobo Case


Decatur County Man Indicted in Holly Bobo Case
AP/TBI/Susan Niland Tuesday October 14, 2014

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said Tuesday that 26-year old John Dylan Adams has been indicted on two counts of raping Holly Bobo, whose remains were found in September in Decatur County. Adams had already been charged with tampering with evidence in the case of Bobo, who was reported missing on April 13, 2011. The TBI says Adams acknowledged he was involved in the forcible rape of the 20-year-old nursing student the day she disappeared. He is being held without bond and has a hearing set for Oct. 22. Adams is the brother of Zachary Adams, who has pleaded not guilty to murder and kidnapping charges in the case. (Photo Courtesy TBI).

 
80 year old Crossville woman celebrates birthday by skydiving


80 year old Crossville woman celebrates birthday by skydiving
WVLT/Local8now.com Tuesday October 14, 2014

(WVLT) -- A Crossville woman decided to jump out of an airplane to celebrate her 80th birthday, local8now.com reports. Dee Allen is a self-proclaimed thrill seeker. The 80 year old woman has conquered the tallest mountain in the lower 48 states, whitewater rafted rivers, and looked for anything she can to provide a rush of excitement throughout her life. But there was one thing she still hadn't checked off her bucket list. Allen had never been skydiving. "I'd seen these other older people doing it, and it looked fun," Allen said. So to celebrate her 80th birthday, Allen decided it was about time to take the plunge through the sky. She drove to Chattanooga, boarded a plane with the Chattanooga Skydiving Company, and climbed 15,000 feet to meet her fate. "Amazingly, I was not afraid. I didn't have a moment of being afraid in all this," Allen said. Allen also continues to live a busy life by filling her weeks with working out and staying active. She regularly bowls, goes to the gym three times a week, and maintains that the secret to staying healthy is an active lifestyle. "Get a good nights sleep, get up early in the morning and get the day going, and eat properly. Don't over eat," Allen explained. Allen said she is ready to go back up and make another jump, and is hopeful to skydive once more for her 85th birthday. (Photo Courtesy WVLT/local8now.com)

 


Burn Permits Required Starting Wednesday, October 15th
Burnsafetn.org/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday October 14, 2014

Burnsafetn.org reminds everyone that wildfire season start this week in Tennessee. From October 15th through May 15th outdoor burn permits are required. Permits are issued free of charge and may be obtained over the phone Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except on holidays. Permits must be obtained in advance for weekends and holidays. To get your burn permit in Cumberland County call (931) 788-5538 or (931) 484-4548.

 


City Sales Tax Revenue Up
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday October 14, 2014

Sales tax revenue for the City of Crossville is outpacing previous fiscal years. For the fiscal year to date, sales tax revenue is larger at this point than the same time period during the last 6 years. Revenue from sales tax for the year 2014-15 is at $1.82 million dollars. Proceeds from the wholesale beer tax are trailing last years collections by just over $1600. The City Manager will be giving a full report to Council Tonight (Tuesday, October 14th.)

 


Early Voting Starts Wednesday, October 15th
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday October 14, 2014

Early voting for the November 4th election starts this Wednesday, October 15th and runs through October 30th. Some of the races being decided in the state, include the race for Governor of Tennessee, U.S. House Representative and Tennessee Senator. Several state Constitutional Amendments, such as a constitutional amendment to bar lawmakers from ever imposing a state income tax, is also on the ballot. Cumberland County residents can cast their ballots early at the Election Commission Office, 2 South Main Street, in downtown Crossville from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays; 8 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturday, October 18th and Saturday, October 25th.

 

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