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Body Found at Cummins Falls Not Missing 73-Year-Old Woman
Peg Broadcasting News Friday July 7, 2017

Search crews on a recovery mission to find a 73-year-old woman last seen on Wednesday in Cummins Falls State Park have found a body, but it is not the body of the missing woman. On Wednesday, dozens of people were rescued in the park after becoming stranded when flash floods caused the river to rise a reported three feet in three minutes. Authorities have not released the name of the elderly woman nor have they identified the body that was recovered. Officials also could not immediately say if the deceased person was killed in the flood or died in an unrelated incident. The TBI has been called in to assist in that investigation. Those who were rescued on Wednesday are not local and that has added to the difficulty of making sure that everyone has been accounted for. As night fell on Thursday the search was once again suspended, however, crews will resume looking for the elderly lady Friday morning.


Boy's Body Found on Duck River in Shelbyville, Tennessee
Peg Broadcasting News Friday July 7, 2017

The body of a 9-year-old boy was found Thursday afternoon on the Duck River in Shelbyville, Tennessee. Dreyton Sims and his brother were swimming near the dam on July 4th when Dreyton was swept away. A bystander was able to rescue his brother but Dreyton disappeared under the fast moving water. Searchers found the boy?s body around 2:30 p.m. Thursday in the Halls Mill area, about 3 miles from where Dreyton was last seen.


TCAT Open House Monday, July 17
Submitted Thursday July 6, 2017

Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT)-Crossville will host a high school to college open house from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Monday, July 17, for area high school students to learn more about available training programs, dual enrollment opportunities, and admissions.

During open house, students in grades 9-12 and parents may come to TCAT Crossville at 910 Miller Ave, between the hours of 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to tour the campus, learn more about available training programs, and meet instructors.

The Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology serve as the premier suppliers of workforce development throughout the State of Tennessee. For more information about TCAT-Crossville programs, visit or call Jena DeMars at 931-484-7502.


SMHS Panthers and Lady Panthers Basketball Camps Begin Monday, July 17
Submitted Thursday July 6, 2017

The Stone Memorial High School Panthers and Lady Panthers Basketball Camps will be held Monday, July 17 through Wednesday, July 19 in the SMHS Gym. The Panthers Camp will be held each morning from 8:00-11:00; with the Lady Panthers Camp daily, from Noon till 3:00. The cost is just $55.00 per camper and $50.00 if more than one camper from the same household. Lots of great instruction and fun. Each camper will receive a Panther T-Shirt with the opportunity to earn prizes during games and daily competitions. Applications are available at the SMHS front office. For more information about the Lady Panthers Basketball Camp contact Coach Capps at or for information concerning the Panthers Basketball Camp contact Coach Sherrill


Crosville Woman Charged With Stealing Military Vehicle on 4th of July
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday July 6, 2017

A Crossville woman was arrested on the 4th of July after she allegedly stole a military vehicle. Crossville Police were dispatched to the Marine Recruiting Office on North Main Street around 6:41 p.m. Tuesday for a stolen vehicle report. The vehicle, a van registered to the Department of Navy, was later spotted by a County officer on Hwy 127 North. The officer pulled the van over and the drive was identified as 40-year-old Augusta Glass of Crossville. Glass was transported to the Cumberland County Justice Center and charged with Theft of Property.


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