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School Closings & Delays for Friday, Feb. 12, 2016: Cumberland County Schools CLOSED for Staff Development Friday, Feb. 12 and CLOSED Monday, Feb. 15 for President's Day. -- Fentress 1 Hour Delay Fri. Feb 12 -- Putnam 1 Hour Delay Fri. Feb. 12 -- Overton 2 Hour Delay Fri. Feb. 12 --

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Final Date to Purchase Spring Vegetable and Hay and Pasture Insurance
Submitted: USDA Thursday February 4, 2016

(Crossville, TN; February 4, 2016): Spring vegetable, and hay and pasture producers, are reminded March 15, 2016, is the deadline to make application for insurance through the local Farm Service Agency. Buy-up levels of insurance, along with the catastrophic level policy, are available on such crops as sweet corn, potatoes, cucumbers, tomatoes, beans, sorghum, and grasses for hay. Only the catastrophic level policy is available on grass for pasture. Anyone with questions about NAP insurance is urged to contact the Cumberland/Bledsoe County Farm Service Agency at 931-484-6520 or toll free at 855-216-2802.


CCHS Middle School Baseball Tryouts Sat., Feb. 6
Submitted Thursday February 4, 2016

The CCHS Middle School Baseball Jets will have tryouts for the 2016 team on Saturday February 6th from 12-3 at Jet Park (across from Martin Elementary). Tryouts are open to any current 5th-8th grade students currently enrolled at Brown, Martin, Pleasant Hill, or South Cumberland elementary school. The tryout will occur rain or shine on February 6th. All players interesting in trying out must bring an up to date physical and current insurance information. Players must come in baseball attire with needed baseball gear and also bring a pair of tennis shoes. Anyone with questions contact CCHS Head Baseball Coach Dave Prichard at 931-337-9721 or CCHS Middle School Baseball Coach Charlie Shipe at


Departments Of Health, Safety Warn Tennesseans Against Impaired Driving on Super Bowl Sunday Thursday February 4, 2016

This weekend millions of people will be driving to a Super Bowl party to watch the biggest football game of the year. The Tennessee Department of Health and the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security urge all Tennesseans to be safe on the roadways this Sunday and every other day of the year. To avoid a tragic crash or an arrest for impaired driving, designate a sober driver and dont let friends or family members drive impaired. In 2015, there were more than 4,000 alcohol-related traffic crashes in Tennessee.

Rhea County Man Indicted, Charged in TBI Forged Will Investigation

Rhea County Man Indicted, Charged in TBI Forged Will Investigation
TBI Thursday February 4, 2016

A Rhea County man has been indicted in a forged will investigation. The TBI says Mark Lynn Blaylock, 42, of Dayton, forged a will that benefited him financially from the Estate of Jeffery P. Morgan. Blaylock has charged with one count of Forgery, three counts of Perjury and one count of Passing of a Forged Document. Blaylock subsequently turned himself into the Rhea County Jail, from which he was released after posting $5,000 bond. (Photo Courtesy TBI).

Chandler VanNatter signs for Tusculum College

Chandler VanNatter signs for Tusculum College
Submitted: Lance Kennedy, SMHS VP/AD Thursday February 4, 2016

National Signing Day on Wednesday is a date that will forever be remembered by one SMHS Panther. Stone Memorial High School football player Chandler VanNatter has signed a letter of intent with Tusculum College. The #9 Panther has said he strives to be a leader on and off the field.

(Photo Courtesy SMHS: Seated L to R: Ben Kindred, Justin Johnson, Dylon Dishman, Chandler VanNatter (signee), Billie Sue VanNatter (mother), Billy Voiles (grandfather)
Standing L to R: Lance Kennedy (SMHS Athletic Director/Vice Principal), Mark Wattenbarger (SMHS Football Head Coach)


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