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With a winter weather advisory in effect, and the possibility for freezing rain and snow in our forecast here in Cumberland County, many parents are wondering what the plans are, should schools be cancelled due to inclement weather. School officials say students in will report to school on March 14th, April 21st, and May 21st to make up the snow days already missed. Should further days be missed, school officials say those days would be made up during Spring Break with the first day being April 14th.
The Cumberland County High School Lady Jets basketball team closed out a very successful season Saturday night as they traveled to Murfreesboro to play the top team in the nation, the Lady Blaze, at Blackman High School in a State Sectional match-up. The home standing Lady Blaze improved to 31 and 1 on the season and advanced to the State Tournament with a 72-39 victory. The Lady Jets end their year with a 28 and 6 record; they claimed the District 6-AAA Tournament title, were the runner-up in Region 3-AAA and reached the final 16, falling just one win shy of advancing to the State Tournament.
The City of Crossville will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, March 11, at 5:30 p.m. to present a proposed grant application for funding of the first phase of a greenway connecting Centennial Park and Obed River Park. The public is invited to attend and comment.
TBI Director Mark Gwyn says he believes there are people that have vital information in disappearance of Holly Bobo. The Western Tennessee Native disappeared nearly 3 years ago in a very high profile case that has resurfaced over the last couple of days. Investigators have been seen digging in the dirt on a property in Decatur County after the TBI executed search warrants at various locations in the area early Friday morning. The TBI would not say what prompted the search warrants or what agents hoped to find.
Cumberland County School officials have come up with 3 different calendar options for the 2014-15 2014-15 school year. The Calendar Committee is asking for your input in reviewing these options carefully. Parents, guardians and employees are asked to visit the link located on our website to vote on the school year calendar of their choice. Voting is open until March 19th at 4pm.