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Cumberland County Board of Education meets in regular session
Peg Broadcasting News Friday September 25, 2015

Board chairman Dan Schlafer was re-elected to that position during the regular session of the Cumberland County Board of Education. Board members also approved the job description for a Technology Director after the announcement that the current director is leaving. The board initially voted down a motion to abolish the position and later approved the description and pay scale that included certified and non-certified personnel. The motion to approve met with a 5-4 vote. Board members voting against the motion felt that the position did not need a teaching certified person. Applications will be taken from certified and non-certified people.


No longer will the City of Crossville recognize postmarks when determining late bills
Peg Broadcasting News Friday September 25, 2015

If you are one to put off mailing your water bill until the last minute, you might be hit with a late charge. No longer will the City of Crossville use the postmark date in determining if your payment is late. City council in special session approved an amendment to current ordinance that states, payment received by mail after the due date will incur a penalty charge. Postmark dates will not be accepted to avoid penalty charges.


Crossville City Council approves increase in building permit fees
Peg Broadcasting News Friday September 25, 2015

In a special called session of the Crossville City Council, council members approved the adoption of the 2012 International Residential Code Valuation Data. The move will increase fees for obtaining a building permit from the City by approximately 10 percent. Permit fees on an 1800 square foot single family dwelling will rise from $712 to $757.

Woman wanted for murder in Missouri arrested in Cookeville,TN

Woman wanted for murder in Missouri arrested in Cookeville,TN
WKRN/KY3 Friday September 25, 2015

A Missiouri woman on the run for criminal homicide was apprehended Wednesday at a Cookeville,TN hotel. Acting on a tip, investigators with the U.S. Marshals Service Middle Tennessee Joint Fugitive Task Force, along with the Putnam County Sheriffs Department took 27-year-old Gabriella Shields into custody without incident. On September 17, 2015, Shields, Tim Murray and Albert Romero were charged with first degree murder in the June 2014 shooting death of Christopher Younes, 35, of Marshfield, Missouri. Romero is in a California prison for a drug conviction. Tim Murray remains at large and is considered armed and extremely dangerous. (Photo Courtesy Putnam Co, Sheriffs Dept.)


CCHS/SMHS Football
Vince/Steve Friday September 25, 2015

Friday, September 25th, Stone Memorial travels to Smith County for a 7 p.m. game. Live coverage will air on Mix 99.3 and online at beginning at 6:45 p.m.. The Cumberland County High School Jets will host the White County High School Warriors. Game time is 7:00 with coverage beginning at 6:45 on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY and online at


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