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Police Announce 2017 Officer Awards
Submitted: Lt. Brian Eckelson,Crimestoppers Coordinator/Public Information Officer,Crossville Police Thursday January 11, 2018

The City of Crossville Police Department proudly recognizes the 2017 Police Award recipients. The awards are presented to recognize agency members who go above and beyond what is required in their job descriptions as well as going the extra mile to help protect the citizens of our community. The 2017 Officers of the Year are K-9 Sptl. Camden Davis and Ptl. Jared South. In the 2017 DUI Enforcement awards, 1st, 2nd and 3rd went to Ptl. Jared South, Sgt. Jake Brink and Ptl. Joshua Mangas, respectively. And in the 2017 Traffic Enforcement, Ptl. Nick Sherrill was award First Place with Second Place going to Ptl. Joshua Mangas.

 


127 North Project Meeting Thursday, January 18
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 10, 2018

The Tennessee Department Of Transportation will hold a community meeting regarding the Hwy 127 North project on Thursday, January 18th at 5:00 p.m. at North Cumberland Elementary in the cafeteria. Everyone is welcome to attend.

 


I-40 Fatal Crash Victim is Missing Mom From Knoxville
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 10, 2018

One of the victims of a fatal crash in Cumberland County on Saturday has been identified as a missing mother from Knoxville, Tennessee. Jessica Case, age 22, had been reported missing on Monday. On Wednesday, the Tennessee Highway Patrol said Ms. Case was one of two people killed in Saturday's collision on I-40 eastbound near mile marker 336, between Crab Orchard and Westel. According to the THP, driver Samuel D. Foster, age 24, of Kingston, TN and passenger Jessica Case both died after their 2015 Mazda CX9 crashed head-on into a tractor-trailer. They were reportedly traveling the wrong way on I-40 when the wreck occurred around 6 a.m. Authorities have not said why they were going the wrong way and tests show that that Foster, who was driving, was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Ms. Case, who was a passenger, did test positive for alcohol and drugs, according to reports. Neither Foster nor Case were wearing seat belts. The truck driver sustained minor injuries.

 


City Council could expand to 7 members
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 10, 2018

In a 3-2 vote the Crossville City Council approved a proposal from council member Pamala Harris that could add 2 members to the council. Harris said she felt the measure would give more opportunity to women and would change the dynamic of the council. Council member Danny Wyatt was against the move, feeling it should be brought to a referendum. Mayor Pro-tem JH Graham also voted against the measure saying he had not had time to review it as he was absent from last week's work session and suggested forming a charter committee to study the matter. The proposal must now be sent to the Tennessee General Assembly for approval. Once passed by the General Assembly, it would come back to the council for a vote. If approved, the additional council members would be elected in November of 2018. There is a deadline of February 15th to submit the changes to the General Assembly.

 


High School Basketball
Vince / Steve Wednesday January 10, 2018

Stone Memorial opened District play Tuesday as they played host to the teams from Warren County. The Lady Panthers rolled to a 78-49 win over the Lady Pioneers as they improved to 14 and 3 this season. The Panthers fell just short in their game with the Pioneers as they dropped a 52-46 decision. Friday SMHS will travel to Rhea County for District action. The Lady Panthers game with the Lady Eagles will tip at 5:00 and the games will air live on Mix 99.3.

Cumberland County stepped outside the District as they traveled to Sparta on Tuesday for games with White County. The CCHS teams swept the doubleheader as the Lady Jets improved to 16 and 1 this season with a 76-67 overtime win over the Warriorettes and the Jets beat the Warriors 52-48. Cumberland County will host Bledsoe County Friday night in District games. The Lady Jets contest with the Lady Warriors will tip at 6:00 and live coverage will air on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.

 

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