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High School Football - Jets Fall in Weather Delayed Game
Steve Saturday October 10, 2015

The Jets traveled to East Hamilton High School Friday night for a Region game with the Hurricanes and stayed a little longer than expected. A weather delay interrupted the contest for over two hours and when the final horn sounded CCHS had their three game winning streak snapped as they fell 24-7. Cumberland County now 4 and 3 on the season suffered their first Region loss to drop to 2 and 1.

Friday, October 16th, the Jets will play their final home game of the regular season as they take on the Wildcats of Livingston Academy. The Region game will begin at 7:00 with coverage getting underway at 6:45 on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.

Stone Memorial has an open date on the 16th.


BREAKING NEWS: Dan Schlafer Resigns From Cumb. Co. BOE to Accept Position of Federal Programs Director
Submitted: Superintendent of Schools, Donald Andrews Friday October 9, 2015

Dan Schlafer has resigned from the Cumberland County Board of Education. Schlafer, who was recently re-elected as Chair of the BOE , has now accepted the position of Federal Programs Director for the Cumberland County School system. He will begin his new post on November 2, 2015. Schlafers vacated BOE seat for District 9 will be appointed by the County Commission.


Fall Break Oct. 12-16 in Cumberland County
Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 9, 2015

Cumberland County students will have a chance to enjoy the changing of the season before really cold weather sets in. There will be no school next week for Fall Break, Oct. 12 -16. Students will report back to school on Monday, Oct. 19. The next scheduled break will be for Thanksgiving when students will get three days off, Nov. 25, 26 & 27.


City Council meets in regular session
Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 9, 2015

A motion by councilman Pete Souza to conduct an audit of fuel sales at the Crossville airport died for lack of second during the regular monthly meeting of the Crossville City Council. The City is to get 5 cents per gallon of fuel sold, however, according to Souza there has never been an audit since contracting with Crossville Aero in 2008. Souza claims in his recently released business plan of the airport, that a discrepancy of 50,000 gallons was found in 2012. Souza also added that he isnt implying any wrongdoing by Chris Bennett, doing business as Crossville Aero, but the audit is about oversight and accounting procedures. His motion failed as there was no second. Continuing his review of the airport, Souza was successful in a motion to have the city manager put together a security plan. The plan is to be presented to council in January. That motion was passed in a 3-2 vote with Danny Wyatt and Pam Harris voting against.


City Manager reports revenue continues to grow
Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 9, 2015

Crossville City Manager David Rutherford, in his report to Council Thursday, reports that revenue from sales tax collections continue to outpace previous years. For the year to date collections are at $1.9 million. Income from the wholesale beer tax for the year to date remains flat at $180,000 while income from liquor inspection fees continue to grow with almost $75,000 being collected for the year.


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