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Crop Base Farms Must Be Enrolled by September 30 at FSA
Submitted: Denesa Jolley Monday August 3, 2015

Denesa Jolley with the Cumberland/Bledsoe County Farm Service Agency reminds producers whose farms have wheat, oat, barley, corn, grain sorghum, or soybean bases that September 30, 2015, is the final date 2014 and 2015 contracts may be submitted to the local office. She reminds producers that program elections made for these farms earlier this year were NOT annual enrollment contracts. Anyone having questions about crop base contracts is urged to call the local office in Crossville at 931-484-6520 or toll free at 855-216-2802, Jolley said.


Submitted: Billy Loggins, City of Crossville Marketing/Public Relations Director Monday August 3, 2015

Karlin Beck of Pike Road, Alabama claimed the 2015 Golf Capital of Tennessee Women’s Open title following a remarkable performance at Stonehenge Golf Club. Playing in the Tennessee Women’s Open for the first time, Beck was able to play three impressive rounds, posting 72-72-72, and overall par 216; the only player to post par all the three days. The Tennessee Golf Association and Women’s Championship Committee would like to thank everyone who helped with to make this event a memorable one. The City of Crossville, the title sponsor and the host facility, the Stonehenge Golf Course, provided great support from beginning till the end. The 2015 championship marks the twelfth year the event has been hosted in Crossville and seventh year it’s been held at Stonehenge Golf Club. For more information on the TGA, visit (Photo Courtesy City of Crossville)

Three Persons Arrested During Friday’s DUI Checkpoint Event

Three Persons Arrested During Friday’s DUI Checkpoint Event
Submitted: LT. Brian Eckelson, Crossville Police Department Monday August 3, 2015

Three people were arrested during Friday’s Governor’s Highway Safety Office DUI Enforcement Checkpoint in Crossville. Fifteen agencies and 58 Police Officers participated including the Crossville Police Department and the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department. It was Crossville’s largest DUI Enforcement effort to date, with 1,449 vehicles checked. As a result, there were 48 vehicles detained for further inquiry, 3 persons arrested and 37 traffic citations issued with 1 additional warning. The Crossville Police Department would like to officially thank everyone who volunteered their valuable time and resources to help protect Crossville’s streets and highways. (Photo by Kyle Sherrill, Crossville Police Department)

$25 million lawsuit filed over Maryville train derailment

$25 million lawsuit filed over Maryville train derailment
WVLT Monday August 3, 2015

A lawsuit was filed in a US District Court on Monday against CSX and the Union Tank Car Company. This is in relation to a derailment and fire that happened July 2. Local 8 Now reports that toxic fumes from the fire caused 5,000 people to be evacuated within a 2-mile radius of the derailment. The lawsuit makes claims of negligence, nuisance, economic loss, trespass and also seeks medical monitoring for people exposed to the toxic and hazardous materials. About 50 people needed medical treatment at local hospitals. Some reported skin lesions and impaired breathing after exposure. Several people say their symptoms lingered for days. Others living near the derailment site said no one ever told them to leave their homes. (Photo Courtesy WVLT)


City of Crossville Street Department Working on Myrtle Avenue Monday, August 3, 2015
Submitted Monday August 3, 2015

Weather permitting the City of Crossville Street Department will be performing road construction in the area of Myrtle Avenue beginning Monday, August 3, 2015. The city will be replacing under road culverts from Evergreen Drive to Palmetto Drive. There will be periods that portions of Myrtle Avenue will be closed. Please use caution while in this area or use alternate routes if possible. The City anticipates the construction will be complete by Thursday, August 6.


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