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Expect to see more Tennessee Troopers on the roads this New Year’s Holiday. In an effort to reduce accidents and fataliies, the Tennessee Highway Patrol plans to put as many Troopers on the roads as possible.
The THP has scheduled Sobriety Checkpoints in Cumberland County for Friday, December 30, 2016 on US 70 @ Shaffer Rock and also SR 127 @ the 26 mile marker.
Also on Friday, the THP will hold a Sobriety Checkpoint in Putnam County on SR 135 @ Ditty Rd.
In Overton County a Sobriety Checkpoint will be held Friday on Hwy 111 at the City Limits and Troopers will conduct a Drivers License Checkpoint Old HWY 42 @ Hwy 293.
On New Year’s Eve Sobriety Checkpoints will be held in:
12/31/16 Roane Co. on US70 @ Caney Creek Road
12/31/16 Putnam Co. on SR 290 @ Cumby Rd
12/31/16 White Co. on SR 111 @ Walker Cove Rd
Expect to see more THP and local police presence on all roadways in Tennessee throughout the New Year’s holiday.
According to Crossville City Manager Steve Hill, the Interview Committee has recommended a very familiar face for the position of Police Chief. David Beaty served as Crossville Chief of Police for almost two decades before he retired from the post in January 2015. Since that time, Rod Shoap served as Interim Chief until he resigned earlier this year, then Lt. Mark Rosser held the position. Mr. Beaty has not formally accepted the offer and Mr. Hill says the City will meet with him next week after the New Year’s holiday.
UT will face the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the Music City Bowl on Friday, December 30 in Nashville. Catch all the action beginning with the Pre-game at 1 p.m. and the kick-off at 2:30 on your Home for the Vols, 102.5 WOW Country, Today’s Country and the Legends.
All Cumberland County Convenience Centers and Recycle Centers will be CLOSED all day New Year’s Day. Normal business hours will resume on Monday, January 2, 2017 from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The City of Crossville offices will be closed Friday, December 30 – Monday, January 2 for the New Year’s holidays.
The Art Circle Public Library will be closed on Monday, January 2 for the New Year's holiday and re-open on Tuesday, January 3, 2017.
In an effort to better serve the community and to keep our roadways safe for motorists, the City of Crossville Police Department, in cooperation with the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office and E911, will be participating in a Safe Ride Home program this New Year’s Eve.
If you have been celebrating the New Year and would like a FREE, No-Questions-Asked, Safe Ride Home, we are only a phone call away. Just call 911, from 10pm Dec. 31, 2016 to 4am Jan. 1, 2017 to speak with emergency operators, who will be standing by, to help you stay safe.
The City of Crossville Police Department will provide a Safe Ride Home to anyone who lives inside the City of Crossville, up to 1 mile outside of the City limits. The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office will do the same for the residents of Cumberland County.
"These Safe Rides Home will be just that, a safe ride home. We will not be giving rides to people who are going from one party to another. Our goal is to get folks home safely and to prevent drunk driving crashes and the countless ruined lives they can cause.” -Chief Mark Rosser, Crossville Police Department.