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Crossville Housing Authority Graduates Family Self-Sufficiency Program Participant

Crossville Housing Authority Graduates Family Self-Sufficiency Program Participant
Submitted: Stace Karge, Housing Counselor, New Beginnings Self Help Homeownership Program Tuesday November 17, 2015

The Crossville Housing Authority’s Board of Directors awarded Crossville resident Miranda Horton $9,281.26 Monday afternoon, signaling her completion of the Crossville Housing Authority’s Family Self-Sufficiency Program. The FSS program is a grant based program where clients work closely with CHA staff to set and achieve educational and vocational goals, with the end goal being complete self-sufficiency. Ms. Horton not only achieved her educational and career goals, but has since qualified for and purchased a home through Habitat for Humanity, for which she and her children are hoping to move in the first week of December. Miranda is a shining example of all that can be accomplished through this exceptional program! For more information on the FSS program please contact Brenda Hays, Program Coordinator at 931-484-2990. (Photo Courtesy CHA)


Man Killed By Dog He Just Adopted
AP Monday November 16, 2015

A Jackson, Tennessee man was killed by a dog he had just adopted. Anthony Riggs, 57, was fatally attacked by the Rottweiler he had picked up from the animal shelter just a few hours before the dog turned on him. Riggs ‘wife found him unresponsive on the floor when she returned home Thursday afternoon. Authorities killed the 5-year-old dog after it ran out of the house.


Muzzleloader Season for Deer Open Now/Gun Season Begins Nov. 21 Broadcasting News Monday November 16, 2015

The 2015 muzzleloader/archery season for deer is now open in Tennessee and continues through Friday, Nov. 20 in all three of Tennessee’s deer hunting units. Muzzleloading firearms of .36 caliber minimum plus long bows, compound bows and crossbows are legal hunting equipment for this season. Hunters are also reminded that they must meet the blaze orange requirements while hunting. Tennessee’s gun season for deer opens on the Saturday before Thanksgiving. This year’s date is Nov. 21. The season for gun/muzzleloader/archery will then continue through Jan. 3, 2016. Archery equipment is legal during muzzleloader and gun seasons. Muzzleloaders are legal during gun season. For bag limits and more Deer Season regulations hunters can refer to the 2015-16 Tennessee Hunting and Trapping Guide, available where hunting and fishing licenses are sold and at all TWRA offices.. The guide can also be viewed at TWRA’s website at

CCHS Varsity Cheerleaders are the 2015 TSSAA Game Day State Champions

CCHS Varsity Cheerleaders are the 2015 TSSAA Game Day State Champions
Melissa Kerley Monday November 16, 2015

Over the weekend, The CCHS squad competed and won in the Varsity Game Day division in Murfreesboro at MTSU. Game day includes the squad performing a time out cheer, a band dance, and a defense or offense cheer in a real game day situation. 8 teams from all over Tennessee competed in this division. With the win, the CCHS Cheerleaders will represent Crossville and Cumberland County at the National High School Championships in Orlando, Florida in February 2016.

Senior Squad Members include: Danyelle Ashburn, Joe Brown, Kierstin Haynes, Jade Iles, Allyna Kerley, Taonna Miller, Caleb Parsons, Becca Patton, Haley Plenert, Kayla Spieles; Junior Squad Members include: Kaitlyn Lee, Kassie Looschen, Rhianna Mann, Dylan Wyatt; Sophomores Squad Members include: Jessie Blalock, Tyler Evans, Emily Shields, Celsey Holt; Freshmen Squad Members include: Samira Allaf, Taylor Sims, Cassidy Wyatt; Coaches include Bekki Atkinson, Melissa Kerley and Cheryl Threet. Photo courtesy of Melissa Kerley.


Over 30 Assaults on Prison Guards in Less Than 30 days
Peg Broadcasting News Sunday November 15, 2015

There have been over 30 assaults on Tennessee prison guards in less than 30 days. According to the Tennessee Department of Correction, the attacks on correctional officers occurred between October 12th and November 8th, 2015. None of the attacks were fatal, however, three officers had to be taken to the hospital. The news comes just after TDOC said it was giving eligible officers a $1,000 bonus as an incentive to stay on the job. The department also implemented a $600 signing bonus for new prison guards in August.


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