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CCHS Beta Club News

CCHS Beta Club News
Submitted: Daisy Filler, M.Ed., Language Arts Teacher, Beta Club Head Sponsor, Creative Writing Club Friday November 20, 2015

On November 10, Cumberland County High School was awarded the National Beta School of Distinction status, a national award that recognizes schools for promoting academic excellence and for preparing students for college and career. Also on November 10, new members were inducted into the CCHS chapter of the Beta Club. The new members have worked with returning members on Operation Christmas Child and are preparing to ring the bell for the Salvation Army this holiday season.

(Induction Ceremony-Photo Courtesy Jill Collins -Pictured in front row left to right are Sponsor Daisy Filler, Caroline Ong, Rani Patel, Annalise Wallace, Jillian Hassler, Riddhi Upadhyay, Amanda Croinex, Secretary Seth Randall, Communications Coordinator Kristen VanWinkle, and President Krystal Collins. Middle row: Co-Sponsor Pat Nelson, Ashley Bennett, Madison Graham, Isaiah Galvan, Jacob Goss, Arrianna Littlefield, Hannah Andrews, Ally Manis, Jordyn Wilson, and Treasurer Kayde Johnson. Back row: Vasilis Drainas, Cassidy Brown, Carolyn Sampson, Emily Shields, Jakob Lewis, Sammy Zeino, Dasa'n Fant, and Vice-President Anna Holt Shaw.)


Rock Group Hinder Cancels Dates After Tour Bus Crash in Cookeville
Peg Broadcasting News Friday November 20, 2015

Multi-Platinum rock band Hinder had to cancel at least two dates after their tour bus crashed on I-40 in Cookeville on Wednesday as the area was hit with heavy rain. The band had high praise for the Putnam County Emergency Management Agency and all emergency personnel who worked the wreck and attended three people who were injured on the bus. The group had to cancel an appearance in Charlotte, North Carolina Thursday night as well as their November 20th in Baltimore, MD.

SMHS Athletes of the week, November 1-7

SMHS Athletes of the week, November 1-7
Submitted: Lance Kennedy, SMHS VP/AD Friday November 20, 2015

Congratulations to SMHS Athletes of the week Ethan Pierce and Haley Crabtree for the week of Novmeber 1 -7. Ethan Pierce had100 yards rushing with SMHS football team, 2 TDs and average 16 yards/carry to help lead the Panthers to a 46-21 victory against Giles County. Haley Crabtree has won 11 out of 11 games thus far this season on the SMHS Bowling Team. Her game average is a 164 and her high game this week was a 193. (Photo Courtesy SMHS)



Tennessee Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips announced on Thursday that the Tennessee preliminary unemployment rate for October was 5.6 percent, one-tenth of one percentage point lower than the September revised rate of 5.7 percent. . The number of unemployed persons is the lowest since December 2007. The U.S. preliminary rate for October was 5.0 percent, one-tenth of one percentage point lower than the prior month


Wrongly Convicted Knoxville Man Gets $16.5 Million Settlement
Peg Broadcasting News Friday November 20, 2015

A man who spent 27 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit will now get a $16.5 million settlement. Donald Eugene Gates, who now lives in Knoxville, Tennessee was freed from prison in 2009 after DNA evidence proved he was not the man who murdered and raped Georgetown University student Catherine Schilling in 1981. A federal jury found that police fabricated and withheld evidence in the case. On Thursday, the District of Columbia agreed to settle for $16.5 million just as the judge was getting prepared to decide damages in the case. Gates has already received about $1.5 million from the federal government for its role in his wrongful conviction. Thursday’s settlement brings his total compensation to $18 million.


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