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Sunscreen Advisory
Consumer Reports Friday July 11, 2014

Consumer Reports is advising parents to stop using spray-on sunscreen on children until an FDA study is complete. The consumer group says a major concern is the possibility that people might accidentally breathe in the ingredients--especially children. While the FDA has been investigating sunscreen sprays since 2011—it has yet to release results. Therefore, Consumer Reports is advising parents to avoid the sprays until the study is complete. The consumer group says if you have no other product available, spray the sunscreen on your hands and rub it on, being especially careful around the face.


Roy Stone Passes Away
Stace Whitmire Thursday July 10, 2014

The patriarch of the Stone family, Roy Stone, passed away on Wednesday. Mr. Stone began his career as a teacher in 1934 at the Cline School here in Cumberland County, eventually serving as principal for Crossville Elementary. Following military service in World War 2, Mr. Stone began working for Trade-A-Plane, and married the founder’s daughter, Joanne Harrison Stone. He would grow the company to what is now Tap Publishing, retiring as Publisher Emeritus in 1989. In addition to Tap Publishing, Mr. Stone was a charter board member for Crossville Rubber Company, Cumberland County Bank, was president of the Crossville Medical Group, charter board member of Upper Cumberland Savings and Loan and served as president of Plateau Properties. Business aside, Mr. Stone was a humanitarian. Together with his late wife, they left future generations with the gift of education. The Stones provided land for Roane State Community College’s Cumberland County Education Center, Stone Elementary School and Stone Memorial High School, not to mention numerous gifts to the Cumberland County Playhouse, First United Methodist Church and local and national charities. Mr. Stone was 99 years old.


Morgan Co Mother says her son died of previous health issues not abuse
WATE Thursday July 10, 2014

The mother of a Morgan County toddler who’s death is at the center of a TBI investigation spoke to WATE regarding the circumstances surrounding her son’s death-and she says there won’t be any charges filed. Amanda Beaty says her boyfriend, Rodger Prince, did babysit 17 month old Levi on the day he died, despite a no-contact order being in place due to an earlier abuse case. However, Beaty says she was home when Levi choked on a cookie he got from her cookie jar. While the preliminary autopsy showed blunt force injuries, but Beaty says her son was never abused, instead, believes a combination of factors contributed to the child’s death-citing a milk allergy and blood and heart disorders.


Teenaged suspect in custody following shooting at National Guard Armory
TBI Thursday July 10, 2014

Officials say they have a teenaged suspect in custody following a shooting at a National Guard Armory in Perry County Wednesday. Officials with the TBI say a Sergeant was killed in the shooting. It was not immediately known as to how the suspect was able to gain entry into the facility. The TBI said they were investigating whether or not the shooting was random or a targeted attack


MA governor signing bill overhauling compound pharmacies
AP Thursday July 10, 2014

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is planning to sign a bill into law today which reorganizes the board that oversees compounding pharmacies in his state. In addition, the pharmacies would be required to participate in any national reporting systems and board inspectors would be trained in sterile compounding and non-sterile compounding practices. The legislation stems from the nationwide meningitis outbreak blamed on a tainted steroid produced by the now-closed New England Compounding Center in Framingham. The outbreak resulted in 64 deaths and hundreds of illnesses, including several here in Cumberland County.


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