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Stone Memorial High School Senior Collin Russell has signed with Bryan College in Dayton, TN. Russell, No. 34, is 6’2” and played center on the 2013-2014 SMHS Boys Varsity Basketball team. (Photo Courtesy Lance Kennedy. Sitting left to right Rick Gibbs, M.D. (Stepdad), Sara Gibbs (mom), Collin Russell, Conner Russell ( brother), Randy Russell (dad). Standing left to right: Asst men's bb coach for Bryan College:Bryon Lawhon, SMHS Athletic Director Lance Kennedy, Head men's bb coach for Bryan College: Don Rekoske)
Under the Affordable Care Act every American needs to have healthcare insurance for 2015 or pay a penalty. The Tennessee Healthcare Campaign for the Upper Cumberland is offering FREE public assistance to apply for healthcare insurance for 2015 under the Affordable Care Act. This enrollment event will be held at the Art Circle Public Library, 3 East Street, in Crossville on Monday December 15th, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Prior appointments are encouraged. To make an appointment or for more information call 931- 528-8422, email: email@example.com or go to the website: thcc2.org.
Crossville Police Department investigators are looking into the theft and attempted cashing of a check. S&W Pools reported that a former employee had allegedly taken the check for $298. Authorities say that a suspect had attempted to cash the check at a local check cashing service. An investigation is ongoing.
City Police were called investigate the theft of items from a room at the Economy Inn. Cleaning staff reported that a 32 inch TV along with a cable box, TV stand and power cord were missing after a guest had checked out. The items were valued at over $800. Authorities are still investigating and have a possible suspect in the incident.
Thursday (Today), the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to increase funding for the federal E-rate program by $1.5 billion annually in order to help U.S. schools and libraries improve internet access. The decision will provide Tennessee with access to $123.4 million in E-rate funding for Wi-Fi over the next five years—money that would allow the state to expand high-speed internet access to 899,500 additional students, 1,849 additional schools, and 287 additional libraries, according to data from the FCC. To pay for the increase in funding, the FCC expects that a consumer or business will see their telephone bills increase by about 16 cents a month or $1.90 a year.