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UT Hosts Alabama at Neyland Saturday, Oct. 15
Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 14, 2016

UT will host Alabama on Saturday, October 15th at Neyland Stadium. The Kick-off Call begins at 1 p.m. CT and the game starts at 2:30 p.m. on your home for the VOLS, 102.5 WOW Country, Todays Country and the Legends.


High School Football
Vince / Steve/Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 14, 2016

The Jets are on the road Livingston Academy tonight as Cumberland County High School takes on the Wildcats (Friday, October 14th). The action begins at 7:00, pre-game coverage gets underway at 6:45 on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.

The Panthers return to action on October 21st as they take on the Jets at CCHS.


Steve Hill Not Voted Out as Interim City Manager
Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 14, 2016

Interim City Manager Steve Hill will retain his post for now. In Thursday nights Crossville City Council meeting, Council member Pete Souzas motion to oust Mr. Hill failed in a 2-2 vote with both Souza and Mayor James Mayberry voting favor of Hills removal and Mayor Pro Tem Pamala Harris and Danny Wyatt voting against the motion. Council member Jesse Kerley was absent from Thursday nights meeting.

Sweetwater Woman Arrested For Theft in Cancer Scam

Sweetwater Woman Arrested For Theft in Cancer Scam
WVLT/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday October 13, 2016

A Sweetwater woman has been arrested for theft after she admitted to faking Stage 4 pancreatic cancer, WVLT reports. 20-year-old Ashley Lively was charged with theft over $1,000 and booked into the Monroe County Jail. Lively posted a $5,000 bond on Wednesday. WVLT reports that Lively admits that shes hurt a lot of people. According to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office, Lively collected more than $8,000 in donations with her cancer scam.
(Photo Courtesy WVLT)


Former Sequatchie County Middle School Bookkeeper Indicted for Theft
Justin P. Wilson, TN Comptroller of the Treasury Thursday October 13, 2016

A special investigation by the Tennessee Comptrollers Office has resulted in the arrest of Rebecca Daughtrey, a former bookkeeper at Sequatchie County Middle School.

Investigators determined that Daughtrey took at least $18,322 from the school between July 1, 2010 and June 30,2012. It is possible that more money was stolen, however investigators believe Daughtrey discarded or destroyed records.

Comptroller investigators say Daughtrey stole school fundraiser collections and failed to deposit ticket money from at least six athletic events. She kept the cash for her own benefit.

Rebecca Daughtrey was arrested by the Sequatchie County Sheriffs Office and charged with theft over $10,000.

Schools are especially vulnerable to fraud, waste and abuse when one person receives and deposits all the money collected, said Comptroller Justin P. Wilson. At the very least, an administrator should review the monthly bank statements. Unfortunately, Sequatchie County Middle School did not have these basic controls in place.


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