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Bomb and arson investigators were called in to investigate a house fire in White County after the skeletal remains of two people were found in the burned out structure Friday morning. The house was located on Carrick Road. District Attorney Bryant Dunaway said investigators are trying to determine the cause of the fire and to positively identify the two deceased persons.
A Girl Scout Recruiting Event will be held Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at Roane State Community College in Crossville from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Girls ages 5 to 18 and Adults 18 and older are invited to sign up to become a member of Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee. There will be informational and fun stations set up and the recruiting event is open to anyone in Cumberland and surrounding counties. To register online go to gsmidtn.org.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has announced that the 2015 big game quota hunts have been posted. Application results can be viewed on the TWRA website. Permits and unsuccessful application notices will be going in the mail by the end of this week. There are leftover permits available for four WMA hunts. Leftover WMA permits will go on sale Aug. 26, at 8 a.m. CDT. Purchasing a leftover permit does not affect a personís priority standing.
The price of oil is on its longest weekly slump of the year, after reaching the lowest closing price since the 'Great Recession'. AAA says this continues to put downward pressure on the price of gasoline, which dropped another 2 cents last week in the southeastern U.S. The statewide average for a gallon of regular in Tennessee was also down two cents, to $2.30. In Crossville, regular average $2.16, also down two cents.
An Endangered Child Alert issued for a 14-year old Cookeville girl has been canceled. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation reports that Jasmine Nicole Johnson was safely recovered by the Putnam County Sheriff's Office. Authorities said that Jasmine had been missing since last Thursday and was last seen leaving the Days Inn in Cookeville with a 28-year-old white male.