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Watts Bar nuclear plant nearly complete
TVA Wednesday August 13, 2014

The Tennessee Valley Authority says work on the Watts Bar Nuclear Plant is more than 90 percent complete. The federal agency announced a target completion date for the plant's Unit 2 reactor of December 2015.

 


National Guard assisting tornado cleanup
AP Wednesday August 13, 2014

Tennessee National Guard engineers are lending a hand in northeast Tennessee, where a tornado caused significant damage last month. The tornado hit the Speedwell area July 27 with winds greater than 140 mph, and storms also caused damage in Campbell and Claiborne counties. Claiborne County EMS officials say 11 homes were destroyed in the storm, but thankfully, no serious injuries occurred

 


TSSAA redistricting affects on Cumberland Co Schools
TSSAA Wednesday August 13, 2014

A decision by the TSSAA Board of Control to create a 6th class plan for the 2015-2016 school year will affect teams here in Cumberland County. The new plan places the 32 largest schools, based on enrollments, into a district together. These teams will automatically qualify for the state playoffs. Among the teams moving up to the new district are Warren County and Cookeville. The remaining schools will be put in five classes, divided evenly based on their enrollment figures, and qualify for the playoffs as they did in the old 5-class system, with the top 4 teams in each region qualifying for the playoffs. The new districting will place Cumberland County and Stone Memorial High Schools in the same region as White County, Livingston Academy and Hixton as well as 3 other Chattanooga area schools.

 


DesJarlais upset unlikely
AP Wednesday August 13, 2014

Fourth District Upset Unlikely
AP Wednesday August 13, 2014
Although it is unclear exactly how many Republican provisional ballots remain uncounted in the 4th Congressional District primary, officials say the ballots counted so far make an upset look increasingly unlikely. Congressman Scott DesJarlais held a 35-vote lead over State Sen. Jim Tracy in unofficial results from last week's election. Tuesday, Marshall County election officials had counted 13 provisional ballots, but only three were for the Republican primary. Two were for DesLarlais and none for Tracy. In Rhea County, there was one ballot cast for Tracy, and in Franklin County there was one ballot cast for DesJarlais. At least five other counties have some provisional ballots remaining. The election results must be certified by August 25th.

 


Portion of 4th Street to be closed Weds for water line repair
City of Crossville Tuesday August 12, 2014

City of Crossville will have a portion of 4th Street closed for water line repair on Wednesday August 13th. 4th Street will be closed between Evelyn and School Avenues. Work is expected to begin at 8am and conclude by 2pm. Please use caution in this area

 

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