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High School Football
Vince / Steve Saturday November 4, 2017

The Stone Memorial High School Panthers traveled to Maplewood High School in Nashville Friday night for a first round game in the TSSAA State Football Playoffs. The SMHS Panthers ended their season as the home team recorded a 32-8 victory. This year marked the fifth straight season Stone Memorial has earned a spot in the playoffs and the seventh time in the last nine years. SMHS ends the campaign with a 4 and 7 record.

Round one of the playoffs proved to be tough on the Region 3 Class 4A teams as all four squads suffered losses. Along with the Panthers, Livingston Academy fell at home to Nolensville 21-14, Macon County lost their home game with Spring Hill 34-6 and DeKalb County fell at Marshall County 42-0.

 
Authorities Look For Man Suspected Of Preying On Senior Living Facilities


Authorities Look For Man Suspected Of Preying On Senior Living Facilities
Cumberland County Sheriff Casey Cox/Peg Broadcasting News Friday November 3, 2017

The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office is warning senior living facilities to be on the alert for a suspicious man who may be preying on the elderly. On October 30, 2017, the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office received reports of an unknown white male subject entering senior living and assisted living facilities within Cumberland County and going into the rooms of residents. When approached, the suspect gave the first name of "David" but no last name and stated that he worked for Team Health. The subject was asked to leave the facilities and did as he was asked. This same individual has been identified as an individual going into facilities in Cookeville as well. The Sheriff's Office wants all health care facilities to be vigilant in their security measures and call 911 if they have any contact with this individual. If anyone has any information relating to this individual please contact Lt. Jeff Slayton and the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office (931)484-6176. (Photo courtesy Cumb. Co. Sheriff's Office)

 
Cumberland County High School Announces September Students of the Month


Cumberland County High School Announces September Students of the Month
Submitted: Rachel Shoemaker, Student of the Month Committee, CCHS Friday November 3, 2017

Cumberland County High School recognized their September Students of the Month: Bailey Davis - 9th grade, Izzy Mangano - 10th grade, Alex Colton - 11th grade, and Sandy Stone - 12th grade. These students were nominated by teachers based on their academics, attitude, behavior, responsibility, and attendance. The September Student of the Month from each grade level was recognized with a scholastic certificate, a Dominos Pizza certificate, and other prizes from the Student of the Month sponsor, Mr. Drew Moses State Farm Agency.

Pictured L to R: State Farm Agent Drew Moses, Bailey Davis - 9th grade, Izzy Mangano - 10th grade, Alex Colton - 11th grade, Sandy Stone - 12th grade, CCHS Principal Jon Hall

 


Oh Dear! Watch Out For Deer!
tn.gov/Peg Broadcasting News Friday November 3, 2017

The Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) cautions motorists to watch out for deer on or near the roadways. An increase in deer related crashes is more likely during November-December due to deer mating and hunting season. Since 2011, deer related crashes in Tennessee have increased 26.7 percent. As of October 31, 2017, there have been 4,223 deer involved traffic crashes across the state. The THP says motorists should be on the watch for deer, especially at dawn and dusk. When you see deer cross the road, expect more to follow. Many times, the second or third deer crossing becomes the one that motorists hit. In the event of a deer crash, move the vehicle as far off the road as possible and call the THP. Tennessee law allows deer killed in a collision to be taken and used as food, as long as you contact the nearest Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) regional office and report the accident within 48 hours.

 


Operation Blackout Final Stats - Statewide
tn.gov/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday November 2, 2017

To enhance the safety of Tennessee children, the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) visited the homes of more than 3,188 sex offenders to make sure they did not participate in any Fall or Halloween festivities. Operation Blackout is designed to increase the safety of trick-or-treaters by giving sex offenders under TDOC supervision an additional layer of safety. To enforce the strict rules for high-risk sex offender, more than 500 Probation and Parole Officers made random home visits across Tennessee. The state-wide Operation Blackout Pre-Halloween checks yielded 21 arrests for violations ranging from possession of narcotics to possession of a firearm. The night of Halloween, TDOC Officers attempted to check on 1,207 offenders at their homes. Of those, 1,173 home visits were completed statewide. Of the 34 that were not visited, five will be sanctioned or have warrants issued for non-compliance. The remaining 29 offenders were confirmed to be working or hospitalized. One arrest was made for a violation of the sex offender registry.

 

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