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The Crossville Department of Public Works will be smoke testing their sanitary sewer lines in Downtown Crossville beginning Tuesday March 11th Areas affected include North Main Street to Elmore Lane and South Main Street to Webb Avenue. The smoke is harmless and odorless, and is used to detect leaks in the sanitary sewage system. The smoke will exit both from the ground and plumbing vents that will be visible. This is normal, and should not cause alarm. Please contact the Department of Public Works if you have any questions.
Two Crossville men are among 4 World War II veterans from Tennessee who have receives France's highest honor. Private First Class William Drasal and Private First Class Edwin Lansford were awarded The National Order of the Legion of Honor from France for their service in World War Two for their efforts in helping to liberate France.
Leon Houston has been given the maximum sentence of five years in prison for threatening his former attorney. Prosecutors say Houston threatened the life of his former attorney Jim Logan in a phone call to another person. Logan successfully defended Houston in a double murder case, and then foreclosed on a piece of land over unpaid legal fees.
A House subcommittee has sidetracked Governor Bill Haslam's anti-meth proposal while advancing a rival measure that would place lesser restrictions on buying cold and allergy medicines used to make the illegal drug. The chairman of the House Criminal Justice Subcommittee says there aren't enough votes to pass the governor's more restrictive measure.
An overturned tractor trailer blocked Interstate 40 eastbound in Putnam County early this morning. (Wednesday) The Tennessee Highway Patrol said the crash happened around 4:50 a.m. at mile marker 283.