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TN Parks First In Nation To Offer Gift Cards
AP Tuesday November 7, 2017

Tennessee's state park system has become the first in the nation to offer gift cards. The Tennessean reports the gift cards will range from $20-$500 and hit online vendors and all Kroger stores in Tennessee in mid-November.

 


Crossville City Council Special-Called Meeting Tuesday, November 7
Peg Broadcasting News Monday November 6, 2017

The Crossville City Council will hold a Special Called Meeting on Tuesday, November 7, 2017. Agenda items include budget amendments for Depot Management, the Homestead Tower Sewer Line Extension, and City Fire Trucks. Council will also address the City Health Insurance Program, and a complaint by the Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The Special Called Meeting is scheduled for 5 p.m. at City Hall followed by a Work Session at 5:15 p.m. Both are open to the public.

In other news, the City of Crossville offices will be closed on Friday, November 10 for Veterans Day.

 


SMHS Cross Country Teams compete in State
Pat Koehl Monday November 6, 2017

Over the weekend the TSSAA State Cross Country was held in Nashville and Stone Memorial High School sent both teams to compete. SMHS Panthers Boys team finished 14 of 24 in the large school division and 16 of 67 in the state (all divisions). The Lady Panthers Girls team finished 39 of 66 in the state (all divisions). Stone Memorial Senior Mikey VanWinkle finished 12 in the state and 31 of top 500 in the state. Freshman Cameron McDonald finished as the 7 freshman in the state. On the girl?s side, Cheyanne Jones finished 129 out of 192 runners.

 
CCHS Cheerleaders win Regional Cheer Competition


CCHS Cheerleaders win Regional Cheer Competition
Bekki Atkinson CCHS Cheer Sponsor Monday November 6, 2017

For the second straight year, The Cumberland County High School Cheerleaders won the Game Day Division UCA Tennessee Extreme Regional Cheer competition this past weekend at Brentwood High School. The Jets defeated 12 teams from across the state for the win and earned a bid to compete in the National High School Cheerleading Championships in Orlando this February. Picture courtesy of Missy Kerley.

 


3 Dead, 4 Injured In Van Buren Crash
Peg Broadcasting News Monday November 6, 2017

Three people were reported dead and two others in "very critical condition". Sunday afternoon following an accident on SR 111 (State Route One Eleven) in Van Buren County. According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a silver Mercury Mountaineer was traveling north on SR 111 near Baker Mountain Road when the vehicle made a sudden left turn. The SUV flipped several times before landing in the southbound lanes. Three people were thrown out of the Mountaineer which reportedly had 7 passengers. The four survivors of the crash were flown to Erlanger Hospital. Authorities did not immediately release the cause of the single-vehicle accident and the names of the victims were not immediately made public.

 

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