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SMHS Panthers Accept ALS Challenge

SMHS Panthers Accept ALS Challenge
Stace Thursday September 11, 2014

The Stone Memorial High School Panther Football team has accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The players gathered in the parking lot after practice to brave the dousing in honor of raising money and awareness for Lou Gehrig’s Disease. The now viral Ice Bucket Challenge has been the talk of the summer…according to the ALS Association, more than $100 million in donations have been raised since the challenge began.


SMHS to host Pink Out Game 10-10
L Kennedy Thursday September 11, 2014

The Stone Memorial High School Panthers have announced the date of their annual “Pink Out” game. The Panthers encourage students and fans to come decked out in Pink when they to come to the game on Friday October 10th. The Pink Out is part of Stone Memorial’s continuing efforts to support Breast Cancer Awareness and prevention, and is a part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Panther’s will host Sequatchie for the Pink Out at Panther Stadium, pregame is 6:45, kickoff 7pm on Mix 99.3 and online at


Cole arraigned in Tammaro death
Stace Thursday September 11, 2014

Former Cumberland County teacher Stephanie Cole will be back in court on September 18th for an arraignment hearing in the shooting death of her on-again, off again boyfriend, Louis Tammaro Junior. The Cumberland County Grand Jury formally indicted Cole in Tammaro’s death on Monday, charging her with first degree premeditated murder. Cole is being held at the Cumberland County Justice Center without bond


Bills Not Signed
AP Thursday September 11, 2014

Mistakes in Governor Bill Haslam's office caused 79 bills to become law without his signature and another 67 measures to be backdated to meet constitutional deadlines. The governor must either sign or veto bills within 10 days of receiving them from the Legislature, or they become law without his signature. Haslam's top legal advisor blamed a clerical error for the signatures to be dated after the window had passed for 67 of the bills. Aides have asked Secretary of State Tre Hargett to return those bills so the signature date could be changed. An addendum clarifying the effective date of the other 79 bills was added under Haslam's signature.


Driver's Ed Study
AAA Foundation Thursday September 11, 2014

Although vehicle crashes remain the leading cause of death for teens, fewer new drivers are participating in driver education, since state funding and requirements for these programs have declined over recent decades. New research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety reveals that teens that skip driver's education are involved in more crashes and receive more traffic convictions compared to their peers who took driver’s education. The study also determined that teens that completed driver education not only scored higher on the driving exam, but also demonstrated modest increases in knowledge over their peers who did not take any formal training


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