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The Crossville City Council has voted to move forward with the Northwest Connector project while scaling back plans for the Downtown Revitalization Project. While the Council voted to end the Downtown project, they chose to proceed with plans to bring sidewalks up to the standards set by the American Disabilities Act and repair the aging water lines.
Cumberland County Middle School golf team competed Tuesday at the Bear Trace against Allardt and Cornerstone. Team Results CC 177 Allardt 249, Cornerstone 276. CC Golfers: Hogan Herring 35, Zach Young 36, Jay Burgin 51, Jordan Burgess 55. The Girls did not complete 9 holes.
On Tuesday night, David Elliott did his best to will Cumberland County Jets to a win with a two-hit game but Cumberland County Jets Varsity dropped a 15-7 district contest to the Warren County Pioneers in McMinnville. Elliot went 2-3, 2 RBIís; Ryan Burgess 2-3; Ethan Cunningham 1-2; Matt Ledbetter 1-4; Justin Shipe 1-2, 2 RBIís and Nathaniel Wyatt 2-4 with 2 RBIís. The Jets fall 5-3 in District play and 12-6 overall. CCHS hosts Warren County Wednesday night at Jet Park. The winner of Wednesday nights game takes over sole possession of 2nd Place in District 6-AAA.
The Fairfield Glade Sportsman Club (this is the Club that our Kids shoot Trap and Skeet-Clay Clay Crushers) was broken into either late April 6th or early April 7th. Among the items taken was a Baretta AL semi-automatic gun.This gun was being raffled off as a fundraiser for the Kids!!!! Money was going back into their Trap & Skeet program. PLEASE be on the lookout for this special one of a kind gun. If you have any information, please call the Sheriffís Department of Cumberland County 931.484.6176 or call Fred at 931.265.0138 or call Chuck at 931.510.5574
Governor Bill Haslam's proposal to create a program that would cover a full ride at two-year colleges for any high school graduate is scheduled to be heard by the Senate Finance Committee today (Tuesday). The Tennessee Promise would benefit graduating high school seniors, giving them the ability to obtain a certificate, diploma, or associateís degree free of tuition and fees. The program would provide students with a last-≠‐dollar scholarship, meaning it will bridge the funding gap for a student after all other financial aid is applied. If approved, the plan would go into effect for students graduating in 2015.