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Authorities are investigating human skeletal remains that were found in Cumberland Mountain State Park over the weekend. Sources say the remains have been at the park for months, if not years, and it doesn't appear that the death was a homicide. The remains have been sent to the Medical Examiner's office.
The Cumberland County High School Jets played host to the Cookeville Cavaliers Friday night and the road team posted a 47-6 victory. The Cavs enjoyed a 12 point lead after the first quarter and extended their lead to 40-0 at the half. CCHS avoided the shutout with an 82 yard TD pass from Jordan Buckner to Colton Dykes. The Jets will celebrate homecoming next week and will host Grundy County Friday night. The game gets underway at 7:00; broadcast time on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY is 6:45.
Stone Memorial enjoyed an open date this week. The 6 and 2 Panthers return to action next Friday night with a road trip to Sparta to take on the White County Warriors. The kick-off is set for 7:00, pre-game coverage begins at 6:45 on Mix 99.3.
A federal air marshal has been arrested and accused of taking cellphone photographs underneath women's skirts as they boarded a plane at Nashville International Airport. Nashville police say Adam Bartsch was on duty on Southwest Airline Flight 3132 Thursday when a witness noticed he was taking the photos and grabbed his cellphone.
The Tennessee Supreme Court has declined to overturn the state's voter identification law after it was challenged by the city of Memphis and two voters. The voters has tried to vote in the August 2012 primary using their Memphis Public Library cards, but were turned away. The Court of Appeals ruled the library cards were acceptable, but also ruled the photo ID requirement was constitutional. Lawmakers amended the law in April so that municipal library cards were excluded as valid voter ID.
Authorities in Coffee County are investigating the death of a woman, whose body was found inside her home Thursday morning as a homicide. Officers responded to a home on Powers Bride Road, where they were met by a man who had discovered the body. Authorities say the man had arrived to pick up the victim to go with him to a conference. The victim was identified as 73 year old Patricia Collins. An autopsy has been ordered on the victim. Authorities have no motive or suspects at this time. Anyone with any information that might be helpful is being asked to call investigators at 931-728-3591.