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Bailey and Sexton in FFG Monday, May 16
Alan Spector Monday May 2, 2016

State Senator Paul Bailey and State Representative Cameron Sexton will be the featured guests at a town hall meeting later this month in Fairfield Glade. The event is being organized by the Cumberland County Republican Party and is scheduled for Monday, May 16 at 6 p.m. at St. George Marina. A free barbecue dinner will be served.

 


Prices Could Jump at the Pump
Alan Spector Monday May 2, 2016

Prices at the pump could climb another eight to 10 cents this week thanks to an increase in oil prices and high demand for gasoline. That's according to Triple-A, which says crude oil prices rose for the third consecutive week, making the cost to produce gasoline more expensive. The nationwide average price for a gallon of regular is $2.21, up eight cents from last week. The statewide average in Tennessee is $2.05 a gallon, up 10 cents. And, in Crossville, regular averages $2.08 a gallon, that's up 12 cents.

 


Sharks Win Over Predators
Alan Spector Monday May 2, 2016

Joe Pavelski scored the go-ahead goal with 2:40 left and the Sharks went on to capture a 3-2 win over the Nashville Predators at San Jose on Sunday. Pavelski also had two assists to help San Jose grab a 2-0 lead in the NHL West semifinal series. Mattias Ekholm and Ryan Johansen had the goals for Nashville, which will host Game Three tomorrow. Pekka Rinne stopped 22 shots in defeat.

 


Ex-TVA manager says he passed nuclear information to China
WVLT/AP Monday May 2, 2016

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A former senior manager with the Tennessee Valley Authority passed information to a state-controlled Chinese nuclear energy company that helped it build reactors there. That's according to court records.

Records say Ching Ning Guey has agreed to plead guilty to developing nuclear material outside the U.S. The case is tied to an indictment announced earlier against Chinese American nuclear engineer Szuhsiung "Allen" Ho, who is accused of recruiting Guey and others to help build reactors in China.

The Atomic Energy Act created a path for authorized persons to help develop nuclear materials outside of the U.S., but officials say Ho and Guey never sought that authorization.

Guey is free pending sentencing, although a sentencing date has not yet been set.

 


SMHS/Bledsoe Co. Friday Night
Submitted: Lance Kennedy, SMHS VP/AD Sunday May 1, 2016

Stone Memorial HS will scrimmage Bledsoe County on Friday, May 6th at 5:30 pm at Panther Stadium. Admission is free. Donations are greatly appreciated.

 

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