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CCHS Teacher Awarded SCORE Tennessee Educator Fellowship
SCORE/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday May 11, 2017

A Cumberland County High School teacher has been awarded a Tennessee Educator Fellowship for the class of 2017-2018. Kimberly Herring, who teaches grades 10-12 mathematics at CCHS, is among 50 educators statewide who were selected by the State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE). Herring has been teaching for 27 years.

The Tennessee Educator Fellowship is a yearlong program that equips educators to advocate for their students and their profession as they continue teaching. Entering its fourth year, the fellowship now accepts not only teachers but also school counselors and librarians. Since 2014, the fellowship has helped nearly 100 teachers to contribute to the discussion about education policy by appearing at public speaking engagements, inviting policymakers into their classrooms, writing about their education experience in state and national publications, creating regional professional networks, and serving on state-level policy committees.

Sarah Johnson, who teaches grades 10-12 science at Roane County High School was also named to the Fellowship. Johnson has been teaching for five years.

The new fellows will meet as a group for the first time in July. Throughout the upcoming year, the educator fellows will learn through in-person and online seminars and will serve as liaisons between their colleagues, their communities, and policymakers as Tennessee continues the work of improving educational outcomes for all students.


Town of Monterey Allowing Beer Sales
Herald-Citizen/Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday May 10, 2017

The town of Monterey is no longer dry. Lindsay McReynolds of the Herald-Citizen reports that at the town?s first meeting on Monday, the Convenience Mart on South Holly Street is the first business approved for package beer sales. Two other stores have applied to sell packaged beer. No business in Monterey has been approved to sell packaged liquor or liquor by the drink, the Herald-Citizen reports.


Post Office Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Saturday, May 13, 2017
Wednesday May 10, 2017

The Crossville Post Office will be collecting non-perishable food items this Saturday, May 13th as part of the National Association of Letter Carriers "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive. Crossville is one of about 10,000 cities across the nation that will be participating in the campaign. If you would like to donate food, just place a bag or box of non-perishable food items like pasta, cereal, juice, canned meat and vegetables by your mailbox on Saturday, May 13. You may also drop off donations in the Crossville Post Office lobby.

Cumb. Co. Jr. Golf Team Complete Season Undefeated

Cumb. Co. Jr. Golf Team Complete Season Undefeated
Amy Reed Wednesday May 10, 2017

The Cumberland County Jr Golf team completed a magical undefeated season on Monday by winning the UCJG boys District tournament at Bear Trace. Cumberland posted an impressive 344 to win the tournament. White Co. 378 finished second. Avery Trace 379 claimed 3rd. Overton Co. 382 finished fourth.

CC Tucker Christopher edged teammate Brady Brewer by one stroke on the first playoff hole to claim medalist honors. Both golfers finished regulation play tied at 80. Third and fourth place went to Overton Co. golfers Bryson Fletcher 84 and Nathan Carwile 85. Luke Caldwell 86 from Avery Trace rounded out the top 5. Other CC team members were Leif Smith 90, Jaxon Reed 94, and Nick Horvath 96. CC ?B? ? Jackson Inman 100, Nolan Wyatt 105, Jack Eldridge 107, Will Magnusson 109, and Kaleb McCoy 114. 44 golfers from the Upper Cumberland area competed in the tournament.


Sidewalks tabled
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday May 10, 2017

The Crossville City Council tabled any action on moving forward with a sidewalk project pending a meeting with TDOT. The Tennessee Department of Transportation is expected to take care of some of the sidewalk corners when a planned paving project gets underway. City Manager Greg Wood and engineer Tim Begley will be meeting with TDOT on May 12th, to determine what areas the state will taking care of. Council may address the project again as early as next Tuesday.


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