|10/25||9-12||East Tennessee Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram||TBA|
|10/25||1-3||Dave Kirk Automotive||TBA|
|10/29||5:30-7:30||Cumberland Fellowship's Fall Festival||TBA|
|10/31||4:30-6:30||Crossville First United Methodist Church - Spiritfest||TBA|
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A Crossville man died Saturday from injuries he sustained in a wreck in Fentress County. The Tennessee Highway Patrol reports that 53 year old Rocky D. Davenport was traveling North Bound on 127 Saturday morning around 11:25 when his 2006 Ford Mustang left the road and went into a ditch, then traveled through a fence and struck a mound of dirt before it overturned. Davenport was fatally injured in the accident.
Crossville police are looking for a woman who passed a fake $100 bill at Taco Bell on Peavine Road. The clerk working the drive-thru told police a woman ordered almost $9 worth of food and handed him the bill. The clerk held the bill to the light and told the woman he would be right back at which time she fled the scene. The suspect is described as a slender woman with long red hair that came down in her face, age unknown. She was driving a small black two door car with chrome wheels.
Tennessee won their Homecoming game against Chattanooga Saturday, 45-10. The Vols ended a three-game losing streak and evened their record at 3-3. The Vols travel to Oxford, Mississippi to play #3 Ole Miss on Saturday, Oct. 18. That game kicks off at 6 p.m. CT . Vol Network coverage begins at 4:30p.m. Saturday on 102.5 WOW Country.
A Murfreesboro man shot by a deputy back in May was released from the hospital on Friday and taken straight to jail. The TBI says 39 year old Jeffrey T. Newton pointed a shotgun at two Rutherford County Sheriff’s deputies on May 6th after Newton’s wife called 911 and said her husband had a gun and threatened to take his life in the woods behind their Murfreesboro home. During the search, Newton reportedly emerged from the woods carrying a shot gun, was ordered to put the weapon down, and instead pointed it at the deputies. One of the deputies fired his service weapon, hitting Newton in the abdomen. Friday night, following his release from the hospital, Newton was booked into the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center on two counts of Aggravated Assault. His bond was set at $50,000. (Photo Courtesy TBI)
What school children call fashionable and what adults call appropriate is always a topic of debate. That matter was addressed at the recent meeting of the Cumberland County School Policy Committee. At issue in particular is leggings; those tight-fitting stretch pants, typically worn by women or girls. School policy dictates that if leggings are worn, the bottom must be covered. School officials have noticed several students who do indeed cover their bottoms with a shirt or sweater but leave the front portion of the leggings exposed. And while the Policy Committee will probably not revise the Dress Code for this school year, students could see some changes next year because a few of their classmates like to push the envelope when it comes to school attire. (on that note, Cumberland County students can wear whatever their parents let them next week...Fall Break is October 13th through October 17th.