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Police are asking for your help gathering information on a burglary. According to reports, the robbery happened between 11:15 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Saturday at AAA-Pioneer Storage on Stanley Street, across from Dollar General. Investigators say thieves forced their way into the office and stole at least $150. They also damaged several items inside. If you have any information, call 200-1173 or 484-7231.
Dollywood has received several “Golden Ticket” awards from Amusement Today. The annual awards recognize the best in the amusement industry. This year, Dollywood was recognized as the Friendliest Park, as well as for having the Best Food, and the Best Shows. The "Smoky Mountain Christmas at Dollywood" won Best Christmas Event. Dollywood’s ThunderHead was ranked 5 on the list of the Top 10 Wood Roller Coasters of 2014 and the park came in 3 for Best Park, and Dollywood’s Splash Country came in #3 for Best Water Park.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has confirmed they have found a human skull in a wooded area less than 15 miles from property owned by the family of Zach Adams. Zach Adams is one of the men charged in the kidnapping and murder of Holly Bobo. TBI officials say they cannot confirm at this time whether this is related to the remains of Holly Bobo. Newly elected Decatur County Sheriff Keith Byrd said that hunters found the skull and that it will take several days before they know anything about the remains.
Five more Tennessee counties have been added for disaster assistance for eligible private, nonprofit organizations damaged by storms in June. Counties now covered are Anderson, Bledsoe, Carroll, Claiborne, Decatur, Gibson, Giles, Haywood, Henry, Hickman, Houston, Lawrence, Lewis, Madison, Marion, Maury, McNairy, Moore, Perry, Roane, Sequatchie, Tipton and Weakley
The annual Second Harvest Football food challenge brought in over 29,000 pounds of food for Second Harvest, more than 2,000 pounds more than the total collected last year. Second Harvest recognized both CCHS and SMHS students before last night’s King of the Mountain football game for their continuing efforts in fighting hunger in our area, before declaring that SMHS students had brought in more donations this year, making them the winners of the Football Food Challenge.