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VEC Latest Statement-Updated 8:30 a.m. CT

VEC Latest Statement-Updated 8:30 a.m. CT
VEC Friday February 27, 2015

Outage totals are dropping quickly this morning. About 6,100 VEC customers remain without power system-wide. Current outage totals are: Cumberland – 4,200; Fentress – 280; Putnam - 600; White - 740; Overton - 250; and scattered outages in Bledsoe, Polk, and Meigs. The focus continues to be on restoring feeder lines and transformers. Officials report that there are plenty of materials available to complete the work, including poles and transformers.


Time Change! Homestead United Methodist Church Food Distribution
Submitted Friday February 27, 2015

TIME CHANGE!! Homestead United Methodist Church on Hwy. 68 across from Homestead Elementary, will be distributing boxes of nonperishable food to those in need of food, on Saturday Feb. 28th from 8:00 am-10:00 am. Doors will open at 7:00 am. Please spread the word as there are probably many in our county that need food. If you have any questions call the church office 484-7996 or call 510-1922.


Dress codes for staff and students approved on 1st reading
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday February 26, 2015

After much discussion and debate in recent weeks, the board of education approved policies for dress codes for staff and students. Approved on 1st reading for all school level and central office personnel, was a policy stating that dresses and leggings for female employees are to be worn no higher than 3 inches above the middle of the knee. For students, the margin is 5 inches. The policies are to be discussed once more for the 2nd and final reading.


BOE meeting streamed live on the Internet
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday February 26, 2015

The Cumberland County Board of Education made their world wide web debut last night as the regular meeting was streamed live on the Internet. Archived and future meetings will be viewable from the board’s web site at


High School Basketball - Region Tourney Update
Submitted / Steve Thursday February 26, 2015

The semi-finals of the Region 3AAA Basketball Tournament are now scheduled to be played Friday at Ooltewah High School. Both the Cumberland County High School Lady Jets and the Stone Memorial High School Panthers will see action.

Region 3AAA Tournament at Ooltewah High School Friday
1:00 Cumberland County High School Lady Jets vs. Cookeville Lady Cavs (airs on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY)
2:30 Cookeville Cavaliers vs. White County Warriors
4:00 White County Warriorettes vs. Bradley Central Bearettes
5:30 Stone Memorial High School Panthers vs. Bradley Central Bears (airs on Mix 99.3)


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