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Former Cumberland County Sheriff Butch Burgess was honored for his service at a luncheon last Friday. Burgess was hailed as a “hero for the kids” in our county by newly appointed Student Resource Officer Gary Howard. Burgess was presented with several plaques and gifts. Burgess celebrated his retirement later that evening by watching the Stone Memorial Panthers beat the Dekalb County Tigers.
Another school bus has been involved in a minor fender bender. According to reports, cheerleaders and football players from Brown Elementary were awaiting the bus to take them to the game when the accident occurred. The accident caused the Brown versus Martin Elementary football game to be delayed, but officials say there were no injuries reported
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is investigating a report of a drone flying near Neyland Stadium last Sunday. Officials say an officer spotted the drone near the stadium on the day of the Vols' home opener against Utah State. University of Tennessee officials say the drone was flown by a freelance videographer trying to shoot additional game day footage. The videographer’s media credentials have been suspended. A no-fly zone, which applies to both manned and unmanned aircraft, exists around Neyland Stadium from one hour before kickoff until one hour after the game ends.
Preliminary statistics show a decrease in the number of Labor Day holiday traffic fatalities in Tennessee this year. Officials say 10 people died in traffic crashes during the 2014 holiday period, down from the 16 during last year's Labor Day holiday
September is National Voter Registration Month…In honor of this, Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett is calling on residents not only to register to vote, but to encourage their friends and family members to follow suit. Hargett is encouraging voters to join the social media campaign aimed at potential voters by posting a photo of themselves with the hashtag “Govotetn” at govotetn.com. Eligible Tennesseans have until October 6th to register for the November 4th election.