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Tuesday, July 5th Last Day Fireworks Permitted In Crossville City Limits
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday July 5, 2016

The Crossville City Police Department reminds everyone that Tuesday, July 5th is the last day that you are permitted to legally shoot off fireworks withing the city limits.

 


Cookeville Boy Injures Eye With Sparkler
Peg Broadcasting News Monday July 4, 2016

A boy in Cookeville had to be transported to Vanderbilt Childrens hospital in Nashville after his eye was injured by a sparkler. The accident happened Sunday. The childs name nor age were immediately released and his condition is not known at this time. Parents are reminded to closely supervise children around fireworks.

 


July 4th Fireworks at Centennial Park Tonight
Peg Broadcasting News Monday July 4, 2016

A safe alternative and a Cumberland County tradition is the City of Crossville's annual 4th of July Celebration tonight, Monday, July 4th at Centennial Park. Festivities begin at 5 p.m. Enjoy kids inflatables, concessions and live music by Carrie Hassler and Soul Survivor at 6:30 p.m. followed by the huge Fireworks show beginning at 9 p.m. Bring your blankets, lawn chairs and the entire family for a Free evening of 4th of July fun!

 


Cumb. Co. Clay Crushers Crush the Competition
Submitted Saturday July 2, 2016

The Cumberland County Clay Crushers have returned home from the TN Scholastic Clay Target Program State Championship with 7 team awards, 9 squad awards, and 13 individual awards. The team also claimed all of the coveted High Overall Combined Team awards for rookie, intermediate and varsity divisions for their combined scores in trap, skeet and sporting clays. Carey Garrison was runner-up in the High Overall Combined Individual rookie category for her combined scores in trap, skeet and sporting clays. Taylor Webb won High Overall JV female in trap, skeet and sporting clays. Head Coach, Fred Petersen says this is by far the best season the Clay Crushers have had and he couldnt be more proud of how the group has improved across the board as a team. The next step for the Clay Crushers is competing at the SCTP National Championship in Marengo, Ohio.

 


2nd Zika Virus Case Confimed by Nashville Health Department
Peg Broadcasting News Saturday July 2, 2016

The Health Department in Nashville has confirmed the second case of Zika virus in Davidson County. Just like the previous case, the victim had recently returned from Honduras to Nashville. Officials say the two people do not appear to know each other or have any other connection, besides being afflicted with Zika while in Honduras. The Zika virus causes babies to be born with abnormally small heads and is often fatal. Zika virus in adults usually goes undetected, although there have been some reports that Zika has been linked a condition similar to multiple sclerosis. Zika is most commonly spread by mosquitoes bites but can also be sexually transmitted.

 

 
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