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Gordon Stack Thursday October 1, 2015

The Stone Memorial Panthers improved to 6 and 0 Friday (9/25) with a 33-13 win over the Smith County Owls at Carthage. Next Friday, October 2nd the Panthers travel to Chattanooga Central to take on the Pounders. Pre-game coverage begins at 6:15 and kickoff is set for 6:30 on the Plateaus home for the Panthers, MIX 99.3 and online at

Cumberland County played hosted to the White County Warriors Friday (9/25) and improved to 3 and 2 with their second straight win, 16-15 the final. Next Friday, October 2nd, the Jets host the Hixson Wildcats for homecoming. Pre-game coverage begins at 6:15 and kickoff is set for 6:30 on your home for the Jets, 102.5 WOW Country and online at


Donald Trump Scheduled to Visit Franklin, TN this Weekend
WKRN/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday October 1, 2015

Donald Trump is scheduled to make his third visit to Tennessee when he stops off in Franklin, Tennessee this weekend. The presidential candidate will be at The Factory in Franklin on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. According to a the latest Suffolk University/USA Today poll, Trump still has a double digit lead over Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina in the Republican field.

City Hall Featured Artist Karen Short Reception This Friday/ Patsy Pugh Adams October Artist

City Hall Featured Artist Karen Short Reception This Friday/ Patsy Pugh Adams October Artist
Submitted: Billy Loggins and Sharron Eckert Thursday October 1, 2015

Karen Short, the current Crossville City Artist of the Month will conclude her exhibit in the lobby of City Hall with a reception this Friday, October 2, 2015 from noon to 2 p.m. Karens exhibit is a loving tribute to Crossville her hometown. Everyone is invited to attend. Beginning Monday, October 5th the featured artist of the month at Crossville City Hall will be Patsy Pugh Adams of Grandview, Tennessee. Adams has received several awards for her accomplishments. and loves variety in her artwork. Adams exhibit can be viewed in the lobby of the Crossville City Hall, 392 North Main Street, business hours Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 4:30 pm. (Photo Courtesy Sharron Eckert: Patsy Pugh Adams works will be featured at Crossville City Hall from Monday October 5 - Friday October 30, 2015.)


THP to Participate in National Pilot Program
News Channel 9/Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday September 30, 2015

The Tennessee Highway Patrol has been selected by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration as a lead agency for its occupant safety enforcement pilot program. The program will kick off in October and end September 30, 2016 and during that time the THP will collect data on seat belts, child restraint devices and motorcycle helmet usage. So far this year, 48 percent of Tennessees traffic fatalities involved unrestrained motorists.


Submitted Press Release: Gary Howard, Sheriff Casey Cox, Cumberland County Sheriffs Office Wednesday September 30, 2015

On September 18-19, 2015, investigators, deputies and officers of the Crossville Police Department and the Cumberland County Sheriffs Office conducted joint underage alcohol stings on local businesses to see if they would sell alcoholic beverages to someone under the age of 21. Investigators used a confidential informant who was over the age of 18 but less than 21 to enter each business and attempt to purchase an alcoholic beverage. Several businesses refused to sell to an underage person while other businesses chose to violate the law and sell to an individual under 21 years of age. Individuals who sold received a criminal citation and the business owners must appear before the beer boards. Sheriff Cox & Chief Shoap would like to commend the following businesses who took the time to follow the law and refused to sell alcoholic beverages to underage consumers.

The following businesses received citations and must appear before the beer boards:

Bread Box Shell, Westel Marathon, Westel Exxon Rocky Top, Liberty Market, Miller Mart, Friendly Market, On the Way, Little Brads, 101 Market, Vandever Market, 70 West BP, Route 70 Market, Pilot Gas, Exxon at I-40 & 127, Circle K. Shell Station at I-40 & 127, Shell Travel Plaza and Elmore Shell.


Shadden Tire Company
Ciphertek Systems, LLCWyndridge Health and RehabStonehausGernt InsuranceDave Kirk AutomotiveCumberland Farmers Cooperative

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