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Stone Memorial High School in State Playoffs Friday Night
Thursday November 2, 2017

SMHS has qualified for the State Playoffs for a fifth straight year and the Panthers will travel to Nashville to take on the Maplewood Panthers Friday, November 3rd in a TSSAA State Playoff First Round match-up. Pregame is at 6:45, kickoff at 7:00 on Mix 99.3!

 


Vols Host Southern Miss Golden Eagles on Saturday, Nov. 4
Thursday November 2, 2017

The Vols will host the Southern Miss Golden Eagles on Saturday, November 4. You can catch all the action on 102.5 WOW Country beginning with the Kick-off Call-In Show at 5 p.m., game-time is set for 6:30 p.m.

 


Cumb. Co. Receives Over $8,000 For Food/Shelter Programs
Crossville Chronicle/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday November 2, 2017

The Federal Emergency Management Agency and various other organizations have chosen Cumberland County to receive $8,070 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs. According to the Crossville Chronicle, a local board will determine how the funds are distributed among the local service agencies in the area.

 


Upland Design Group Approved By Cumb. Co. BOE
Crossville Chronicle/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday November 2, 2017

The Cumberland County Board of Education has approved contracts with Upland Design Group for architectural services at Crab Orchard Elementary, Cumberland County High School and the bus garage, the Crossville Chronicle reports. The Cumberland County Commission recently approved a 6-cent property tax increase to pay for the projects.

 


UTK Says No to Outsourcing Plan
AP Thursday November 2, 2017

The University of Tennessee at Knoxville won't be outsourcing facilities management services under an option offered by Gov. Bill Haslam's administration. Chancellor Beverly J. Davenport said the decision is due to the university's extensive financial analyses, the complexity of the work done on the research-intensive campus, and its commitment to East Tennessee's economy and its workforce. Davenport wrote that the university ranks among the lowest in the Southeastern Conference in administrative and maintenance costs per square foot, and five-year projections indicate $3.3 million more in savings. Haslam's administration has awarded Chicago-based company real estate giant Jones Lang LaSalle a statewide contract to pitch its services to individual higher education institutions.

 

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