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The Knoxville Vet Center will begin providing Veteran Readjustment Counseling Services in Crossville Tennessee. A Vet Center Counselor will be available every other Friday beginning October 31 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Confidential Counseling will be available in the Art Circle Public Library, 3 East Street, Crossville TN, Room 130 For additional information contact Bill Ward, Cumberland Country Veterans Service Office, 931-456-0090. Walk-in’s are welcome and encouraged.
Tennessee State Parks announced Thursday its annual free state parks day for all Tennessee veterans offering one free night of camping and/or a complimentary round of golf with appropriate identification. Veterans Day is Tuesday, Nov. 11. The free day on Nov. 11 is in addition to Tennessee State Parks’ current veterans’ policy, which includes a camping discount within the state parks system and is available annually beginning November 1 through March 31, offering a 25 percent reduction off the standard nightly base rates (depending on the type of site chosen). This camping discount is available to Tennessee residents showing proof of prior military duty. A special state park discount also is in place for active duty military personnel and members of the Tennessee National Guard. This year-round discount is given to all U.S. military – regardless of their branch of service or where they are stationed. For more information about other veterans discounts at Tennessee State Parks, visit http://tnstateparks.com or connect via Facebook or Twitter.
The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security and the Tennessee Department of Transportation celebrated the opening of a first of its kind training facility Thursday. The Tennessee Traffic Incident Management Training Facility located off Stewarts Ferry Pike in Nashville will be used to teach best practices for safe, quick clearance of major highway incidents. The facility, which is the first to built in the nation, features a section of interstate-like roadway ranging from two to six lanes, guardrail, a two-way interchange, and cable and steel barrier rail, as well as a section of two-lane highway and a full four-way intersection. It will be used to simulate a variety of crashes, and allow emergency responders to train on safe and efficient clearance techniques.
Saturday night, November 1st, Bryan College will be playing Johnson University at 7:00 pm in the Stone Memorial gym. Tickets are $5 each at the door, but if you advance purchase at one of the locations listed below, tickets are $4. Advance tickets are available in the front office of SMHS, Dairy Queen on Genesis, Lefty's BBQ and Progressive Bank. Come see the following former SMHS and CCHS players:
Caleb Parsons - Sr (CCHS)
Brandon Cole - Jr (SMHS)
Robert Troino - Jr (SMHS)
Luke Matthews - Fr (SMHS)
Logan Parsons - Fr (CCHS)
Tyler Yoder - Fr (SMHS)
See you there!
A reminder if you're going to be partying this weekend: AAA, the Auto Club Group, and Bud Light are again offering the Tow to Go program in Tennessee for Halloween. The program is designed to help discourage an intoxicated driver from getting behind the wheel. Anyone, AAA member or not, can call for a Tow to Go ride for themselves and their vehicle, Friday through Saturday night. The number to call is 855-2-TOW-2-GO.