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$20 Armband Night, Tues., Sept. 1 Special Needs Day
Monday August 31, 2015

This Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015 is Special Needs Day at the Cumberland County Fair, a special day for special kids starting at 9 a.m. The Midway opens at 5 p.m. and tonight is a $20 armband night. Enjoy live demonstrations from 6 to 8 p.m. The Open Beef Show begins at 6:30 p.m. and Chris Henessee performs on the main stage at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $5, Kids 5 and under get in Free. For more information call 931-484-9454.

 


Hands Across the Border DUI Enforcement Campaign Begins Mon., Aug. 31, 2015
Monday August 31, 2015

The 24th Annual Hands Across the Border multi-state DUI enforcement campaign begins, Monday, August 31, 2015 through the Labor Day Holiday Weekend. The DUI crackdown will include law enforcement from Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida. Checkpoints will be set up near all six state borders with the focus on apprehending those who are driving with a blood alcohol limit over .08.

 


Phil Dirt And The Dozers at Cumb. Co. Fair Monday Night
Monday August 31, 2015

Phil Dirt and The Dozers will be on the main stage tonight (8/31/15) at the Cumberland County Fair, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The exhibits open today at 10 a.m. At 5 p.m. the Midway opens with $2 Ride Night. At 6 p.m. the Pet Show and Live Demonstrations start. Admission is $5, Kids 5 and under get in Free. For more information call 931-484-9454.

 


Governor Bill Haslam Travels To Israel For Trade Talks
Peg Broadcasting News/ WVLT Sunday August 30, 2015

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam arrived in Israel Saturday to lead a trade mission in an effort to bolster relationships between Israel and Tennessee businesses, primarily those in the bio-medical and technical industries. The visit comes on the heels of reports that the Haslam Administration is on a fast track to outsource a wide spectrum of Tennessee government jobs from parks to prisons. Haslam has long defended the privatization of government jobs, saying it will save the state millions. It could also cost thousands of Tennesseans their jobs, their health insurance, and their pensions. Last week, when Local 8 News asked the Governor to respond to those concerns, Haslam indicated people should not worry about losing their jobs, and that his Adminstrations first responsibility is to the six and a half millions Tennesseans,". Haslam added, We have no idea what the results will be."

 


Prettiest Baby and Tiny Tot Winners
Sunday August 30, 2015

The winners of the Prettiest Baby and Tiny Tot Contests are as follows in order from 1st to 3rd:
Newborn-7 Months Girls- Isabella Gray, Haleigh Howard, and Kaydence Davis
Newborn-7 Months Boys- Carson Sherrill, Kaysen Allen, and Virgil Thompson

8-18 Months Girls- Gracelynn Spriggs, Lilyan Hood, and Avery Kate Eppolito
8-18 Months Boys- Kasen Brown, Horacio Romo, and Trent Dykes

19-30 Months Girls- Rylee Ann Mathias, Allie Angel, and Lylah Mae Moss

31-40 Months Girls- Sophia Sherrill, Megan Smith, and Stella May

41-50 Months Girls- Khloe Jackson, Kenzie Jade Bowman, and Skye LeAnne Dykes

51-60 Months Girls- Madylynn Spriggs, Emma Kate Bruce, and Manna River Buttrum

 

 
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