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Vehicle Burglarized While Genesis Rd. Man Hunts
CCSD/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday December 16, 2014

A Genesis Road man reports that he was hunting off Sam Marsh Road Sunday when someone broke into his vehicle. According to Cumberland County Sheriffs Department reports, taken was $150 in Afghan and American currency and prescription medication. There are no suspects at this time.

 


4-Wheeler Stolen From Old State Road Home
CCSD/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday December 16, 2014

Cumberland County Sheriffs Deputies were called to a residence on Old State Road for a report of a stolen 4-wheeler. The green Honda Rubicon was valued at $4,000 and deputies are investigating a possible suspect.

 


Theft From Mountain Top Bar And Grill
CCSD/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday December 16, 2014

Deputies were called to the Mountain Top Bar and Grill in Rockwood, TN for a theft report. According to reports, a male suspect had gone behind the bar and stuffed a bottle of Crown Royal inside his shirt and fled the establishment. Value was listed at $150.

 


Yamaha to expand manufacturing operations in Vonore, TN
Local8now Tuesday December 16, 2014

Yamaha Boat Manufacturing USA, Inc. announced Monday that the company will expand operations, adding 150 new jobs in Monroe County. Yamaha officials will invest $17.7 million in the expansion project in Vonore, TN. The facility, which builds sport boats, will add more than 36,000 square feet of production and office space. The company plans to be operational in the new location by late 2015 with production slated to begin mid to late 2016.

 


Haslam Announces Insure Tennessee Plan
tn.gov Monday December 15, 2014

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam says a deal has been reached with the federal officials to expand Medicaid in Tennessee. The Governor unveiled his Insure Tennessee plan Monday, a two year pilot program to provide health care coverage to Tennesseans who currently dont have access to health insurance or have limited options. The program reportedly will not create any new taxes for Tennesseans and will not add any state cost to the budget. Insure Tennessee offers several options of coverage for individuals below 138 percent of poverty ($16,100 for an individual and $27,300 for a family of three). Tennesseans 21 to 64 years old will be offered a choice of the Healthy Incentives Plan or the Volunteer Plan. The Volunteer Plan would provide a health insurance voucher to participants that would be used to participate in their employers health insurance plan. Participants in the Healthy Incentives Plan may choose to receive coverage through a redesigned component of the TennCare program, which would introduce Healthy Incentives for Tennesseans (HIT) accounts, modeled after Health Reimbursement Accounts (HRAs), which can be used to pay for a portion of required member cost-sharing. The governor announced that he plans to call a special session to focus on the proposal after the 109th General Assembly convenes in January.

 

 
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