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The 2017 Upper Cumberland Senior Brain Games competition will be held on August 2nd
UCDD Friday July 7, 2017

The 5th Annual Upper Cumberland Senior Brain Games will be held August, 2, 2017 at the South Fentress Elementary School beginning at 1:00PM. Senior Centers from the Upper Cumberland will be competing in a trivia style competition. The winner will compete at the regional level. The regional winner will compete against West and East Tennessee at the state finals in September. The public is welcome to come out and support the Brain Games.


Nearly 70,000 Public School Students Eligible for Second Statewide ACT Retake Day Broadcasting News Friday July 7, 2017

Education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced Thursday that the state is expanding its ACT Senior Retake Day to all Tennessee public high school students in the class of 2018, totaling nearly 70,000 students. In addition, the department is making it easier for public school seniors to retake the ACT this fall by offering this second opportunity during the school day in students' own schools.

These changes will give all students equal access to take advantage of the opportunity. Unlike in the past, students do not need to sign up to retake the test ? it will automatically be provided. School districts have been empowered to choose the testing date that is best for their students and causes the least disruption for those not taking the exam. Districts may offer the retake on Oct. 3, Oct. 17, or on both days.


PUTNAM COUNTY, I-40 bridge repair over SR-24 in Monterey
TDOT Friday July 7, 2017

I-40 motorist could encounter delays in Putnam County. On Sunday night, July 9th thru Monday night, July 10th, the contractor will begin adjusting the barrier rail on I-40 over State Route 24 in Monterey in the eastbound lanes to begin Phase 2 bridge repairs. This work will be performed from 8:00PM until 6:00AM. The travel lanes will be split out to two (2) single 11 foot wide lanes, which will restrict oversize commercial vehicles. Oversize loads wider than 11 feet must use Exit 300 and Exit 301 in Monterey, Tennessee to continue eastbound. The westbound lanes are currently split out to two (2) single 11 foot wide lanes as work is being performed on the bridge deck repairs. Oversize loads wider than 11 feet heading westbound must use Exit 301 and 300 to continue westbound. The posted speed limit on I-40 has been reduced to 55 MPH through the construction zone for the safety of the motoring public. All motorists will use the exterior lanes of travel as work is performed on the middle span of the bridge. THP will assist during this time.


Update: Body Discovered in Cummins Falls State Park Identified
Peg Broadcasting News Friday July 7, 2017

Authorities have identified the body of a woman found deceased in Cummins Falls State Park as 45-year-old Lisa Michelle Hillian of Sale Creek, TN. An autopsy will be performed by the Medical Examiner's Office to determine her cause of death. The investigation into her death is ongoing. Meanwhile, the search continues for a 73-year-old Peggy McDaniel who disappeared on Wednesday when a flash flood swept her downstream. Officials say the park will remained closed while the search for McDaniel continues.


Crossville's Library May Be On Railroad Property
Crossville Chronicle/Peg Broadcasting News Friday July 7, 2017

Crossville's library is apparently on the wrong side of the tracks. According to the Crossville Chronicle, Cumberland County Mayor Kenneth Carey, Jr. says part of the Art Circle Public Library may be on property that is owned by Norfolk Southern Railroad. The building was constructed on top of the old railroad bed. NFS said it would lease the property for $1,800 a year, however, the Building and Grounds Committee has recommended that the county purchase the property for $40,000.


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