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Sites Added to National Register
AP Wednesday May 24, 2017

Eight sites in Tennessee have been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
The Tennessee Historical Commission says three places in Shelby County were recently added to the register. They are the Rock of Ages Christian Methodist Episcopal Church and the Memphis Federation of Musicians Local 71 Building in Memphis, and the Charles Davis House in Collierville.
The other sites named to the register are the Cleveland Commercial Historic District in Bradley County; the LaFollette Coke Ovens in Campbell County; Kern's Bakery in Knoxville; The Science Building in Cookeville, located in Putnam County; and the William A. McMurry House in Springfield, located in Robertson County.
Patrick McIntyre, the state's historic preservation officer, says the sites are "special properties worth maintaining and passing along to future generations."


Suspects Abandon Stolen Vehicle in Clifty
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday May 23, 2017

A Cookeville woman's vehicle has been recovered after it was found abandoned in Clifty during a police chase on Friday, May 19. The woman told authorities that her Chevy Suburban was being repaired at a local transmission shop and that the owner had called her around 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 18 to let her know her vehicle was ready. She did not pick up her vehicle that evening. On Friday, Crossville Police were advised that THP Troopers were in pursuit of the vehicle on Browntown Road in Cumberland County. The vehicle was located on a logging road near the Clifty River. The suspects had fled. Police reports did not state the suspects' names of if the vehicle had sustained damage in the chase.


Fairfield Glade Man's Identity Stolen
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday May 23, 2017

A Fairfield Glade man's identity was stolen while he was away on vacation. The victim told Crossville Police that he left for Texas on April 17 and returned home on May 16 to discover that someone had taken out a Walmart credit card in his name. Almost $1,200 worth of electronic equipment was purchased with that card at the Crossville Walmart. Police are reviewing the store?s surveillance video but no suspects have been named at this time.


Predators eliminate Ducks, head to first Stanley Cup
AP/WVLT Tuesday May 23, 2017

The Nashville Predators advance to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time, beating Anaheim 6-3 in Game 6 of the NHL Western Conference final.

Colton Sissons scored his third goal with 6:00 left, ensuring the Nashville Predators' magical postseason now includes the franchise's first trip to the Stanley Cup Final after eliminating the Anaheim Ducks with a 6-3 win in Game 6 on Monday night.

The Predators, who've never won even a division title in their 19-year history, came in with the fewest points of any team in these playoffs.

Now they've swept the West's No. 1 seed in Chicago, downed St. Louis in six in the second round and then the Pacific Division champ in six games. Peter Laviolette became the fourth coach to take three different teams to the Final, and the first since the playoffs split into conference play in 1994.

The Predators will play either defending champion Pittsburgh or Ottawa for the Stanley Cup. Game 1 is Monday.

Anaheim lost in the conference finals for the second time in three years.


Crossville Brothers Save Little Sister From House Fire
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday May 23, 2017

Two Crossville boys are being hailed as heroes after they rescued their 18-month-old sister from a house fire last week. 13-year-old Elyjah Brockway and 11-year-old Donnie Strong were watching television last Tuesday around 6:30 p.m. when flames broke out in their Harrison Avenue Home. They picked up their baby sister and got themselves and the little girl safely outside with seconds to spare. Crossville Fire Chief Mike Turner said the blaze began in a downstairs bedroom when a battery charger caused a short and spread rapidly through the home, which was a complete loss. The kids' mother, Sarah Strong, who was at work at the time of the fire and her boyfriend, Brian Brockway, who was working in the yard, are just grateful that the children are okay. The family lost all their possessions and a GoFundMePage has been set up to help them out.


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