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The City of Crossville will be turning water off for utility construction on E. 1st Street beginning at Main Street to Ivy Avenue,which will include Harrison Avenue on Wednesday, August 31, 2016. Water service will be off in this area from approximately 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
A local woman could face felony charges following an in-depth undercover investigation by Crossville’s Narcotics Detectives. Melanie Savage was the target of a search warrant executed at a Burnett Street apartment on Wednesday, August 24. Participating in the operation were the Crossville Police Department, 13th Judicial Drug Task Force, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office and the HIDTA / TBI Drug Task Force. Authorities seized stolen property and illicit narcotics. Multiple felony charges are pending the outcome of the completed investigation and their presentation to the Cumberland County Grand Jury. (Photo courtesy Crossville Police Dept.)
A Bledsoe County Sheriff's deputy has been fired after he allegedly pawned two county-issued firearms at shops in Dunlap and Dayton,Tennessee. Deputy Jake Brewer will likely be charged by the end of the week pending the District Attorney's report. Brewer allegedly pawned his own weapon and a weapon he borrowed from another deputy. Brewer has been on the force for 7 years and this if the first time the Sheriff's Department says he's been in trouble. If the DA determines official misconduct, the case will be presented to the grand jury in November.
It is Senior Citizen Day (8/30/16) at the 2016 Cumberland County Fair, from 9 am – 3 pm. Again, the Midway opens at 5 pm, Gate Admission is $5, kids 6 and under get in Free and armbands may be bought for $20. From 6-8 pm there will be a live demonstration of milling, and Local Gospel Entertainment begins at 7:30 pm.
Dove season opens on Thursday, Sept. 1 at noon (local time), which marks the annual start of one of Tennessee’s most long-standing outdoor sports traditions.
Tennessee’s 2016 season is again divided into three segments: Sept. 1 through Sept. 28; Oct. 8 through Oct. 30; and Dec. 8 through Jan. 15, 2017. Hunting times, other than opening day, are one-half hour before sunrise until sunset.
The daily bag limit for doves is 15. There is no limit on collared doves. Doves not readily identifiable as collared doves will be considered mourning doves and will count toward the mourning dove daily bag limit. No person shall take migratory game birds by the aid of baiting, or on or over any baited area. Any auto-loading or repeating shotgun must be incapable of holding more than three shells while being used for dove hunting.
In addition to the start of dove season, the early season for Canada goose also starts on Sept. 1 and runs through Sept. 15. There is a daily bag of five for Canada goose.
More information on Tennessee’s dove and goose seasons can be found on the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency website (www.tnwildlife.org) in the Hunting section.