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Cumberland County students will enjoy a long weekend. There will be no school for students on Friday, February 13 for a Staff Development Day. Students and staff will also be out of school on Monday, February 16 for President’s Day.
Eighth grade students who are planning to attend Stone Memorial High School are invited to attend 8th Grade Night on THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2015 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Parents will have an opportunity to obtain information regarding their children’s 9th grade experience at SMHS. If a parent is unable to attend, students are still welcome to participate on their own. All of those who plan to attend should arrive before 5:45 p.m. to allow for registration of students. Check in will take place in the gym lobby from 5:15 p.m. until 5:45 p.m. This is a wonderful opportunity for 8th grade students to become familiar with student life at Stone Memorial High School. The faculty and staff of Stone Memorial look forward to meeting our rising freshmen on MARCH 27th. Contact: Robert Gomez, Assistant Principal, Stone Memorial High School at 931-484-5767.
According to Crossville City Manager David Rutherford, year to date collections of sales tax is at just over $4.2 million. That’s up from the same time period last year and the highest in the past 7 years. Wholesale beer taxes for the year to date remain steady, while the income from liquor sales is up by 9.4%.
Crossville fire fighters were called to the Comfort Suites on Peavine Road after a prank caller apparently convinced the clerk to pull the fire alarm. The caller told the clerk they were from the fire department and they were receiving a silent alarm. The clerk was then told to pull the fire alarm and then to spray the lobby with a fire extinguisher. The caller then instructed the clerk to break out the windows in the lobby, however a second person at the scene interrupted and hung up the phone and evacuated the building. Fire fighters found no fire at the scene when they arrived. Crossville Fire Chief Mike Turner says that fire officials will not call and direct one to do damage to property and would never suggest someone stay in a building that is possibly on fire.
A resident of Woodlawn Road reports the theft of a firearm and ammunition from his home. Taken was a .38 caliber Smith & Wesson gun valued at $550, a holster listed at $40 and more than $70 worth of ammunition. A suspect has been named in the case.