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SMHS Baseball Tryouts Sat., Sept. 30
Submitted: Lance Kennedy, VP/AD Stone Memorial HS Wednesday September 20, 2017

Stone Memorial HS Baseball will hold tryouts for the team on Saturday, September 30th from 9-11am at SMHS field. In addition, SMHS baseball will host a golf tournament on Saturday, November 4th at Dorchester Golf Club at 9am. This event will be a shotgun start. For more information, please contact Jack Sixkiller at Dorchester Golf Club or Coach Trent Stokes at


Student Essay Contest to Focus on Citizenship
TN Secretary of State Tre Hargett Wednesday September 20, 2017

The Tennessee Secretary of State's office is kicking off its second annual student essay contest to encourage students to be actively engaged citizens. The essays will focus on citizenship with length requirements varying by grade level.
Schools may submit two essays for kindergarten through second grade, third through fifth grade, sixth through eighth grade and ninth through 12th grade. All submissions can be submitted online now through Friday, Nov. 10.

Winners will receive a TNStars 529 College Savings Program scholarship and a trip to the State Capitol next spring. First place winners receive a $500 scholarship, with second and third place winners receiving $250 and $100 respectively.

Last year's first-ever essay contest on voting garnered nearly 250 submissions from across the Volunteer State with top honors going to students in Madison, Moore, Shelby and Sumner counties.

For more information, visit


Tennessee Motor Vehicle Commission: Beware Flood-Related Vehicle Scams Wednesday September 20, 2017

Consumers who are shopping for a new vehicle should be aware that flood-damaged cars and trucks from states ravaged by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma will eventually surface in Tennessee. In an effort to raise awareness, the Tennessee Motor Vehicle Commission, which is part of the Department of Commerce & Insurance's Regulatory Boards division, is warning consumers to be alert for scammers who might disguise severely water-damaged vehicles as being perfectly good.

Scammers typically attempt to sell flooded vehicles quickly after a disaster, hoping to stay ahead of computer system updates so that title check systems don't have time to detect the car's history. By the time a consumer discovers the vehicle's history, the seller will be long gone.

Also, be aware that there will be many recreational and powersport-type vehicles that have been damaged as a result of the recent storms as well. Look for the signs of flooding and saltwater damage before purchasing these units, too.

For more consumer tips on how to avoid buying flood damaged vehicles go online to the Tennessee Motor Vehicle Commission website or call 615-741-2711.


Crab Orchard Man Attacked With Hatchet
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday September 20, 2017

A Crab Orchard man is recovering after he was brutally attacked with a hatchet. The attack occurred shortly after 4 o'clock Sunday morning at the Brenda Lane Apartments. A witness called police after being awakened by loud banging and seeing three males arguing outside. One of the males, identified as 21-year-old Bradley Price, was reportedly trying to pull the victim out of a pickup truck. A second attacker, identified as Jacob Edmonds, allegedly began hitting the victim with a hatchet. The witness heard one of the males exclaim, "Jacob, I need to go to the hospital, my arm is nearly cut off!" The attackers fled on foot and the victim managed to drive away in the truck. Shortly after, Police located the victim who was able to drive himself to CMC to get stitches for several cuts on his right arm. The victim told police that he had been hanging out with Edmonds earlier in the evening and Edmonds had asked the victim to give him a ride to Brenda Lane Apartments. Once he parked, Mr. Price suddenly appeared and opened up the driver's side door of the victim's truck, demanding the victim fight Edmonds. That is when Mr. Edmonds reportedly exited the vehicle and pulled out a small hatchet and exclaimed, "Let's fight!" According to reports, the victim said while Price was trying to pull him out of the truck, Edmonds got back in the vehicle and began hitting him with the hatchet. As the victim was fending off the blows, Edmonds grabbed the truck keys out of the ignition. That is when the victim began yelling for help. The victim somehow managed to start the truck and drive away from his attackers. Authorities caught up with both Price and Edmonds at a residence on Braun Cove. Police say Bradley Price told them that Jacob Edmonds was the person who attacked the victim. Edmonds reportedly denied any knowledge of the incident. He was charged with Aggravated Assault. Police found a hatchet case in the victim's truck but the weapon had not been recovered at the time of the report.

CCHS Golf Wins District Title

CCHS Golf Wins District Title
Peg News Wednesday September 20, 2017

Cumberland County High School Boys Golf Team won the Large Division District 6 Golf Championship. CCHS shot a combined team score of 308 to win by 12 strokes over second place Cookeville. 10 teams, combined of 48 players, competed in the event held at The Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain Golf Course. CCHS Senior Zach Young shot a 72 to finish in First Place and Junior Hogan Herring shot a 73 for second place. Justin Reed finished 8th with an 81 and Tucker Christopher finished 10th with an 82. Also CCHS Junior Kelsee Neely shot an 80 to win the Girls Individual District 6 Golf Title. The CCHS Boys Golf Team and Miss Neely advance to Regions next week. The CCHS Golf Teams are Coached by Randy Herring. Pictured are coach Randy Herring, Hogan Herring, Nick Horvath, Zach Young, Justin Reed and Tucker Christopher. Picture courtesy of Kim Herring.


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