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While the Crossville City Council accepted the date of October 1st for the City to cease building code inspections for the County, it’s still unclear how the transition will take place. Council member Pete Souza wants out of the County totally on that date, which would leave any pending inspections up to the County. Council member Danny Wyatt, however, felt that the City should finish inspections for any permits issued by the City prior to that deadline. A motion to that effect failed in a 2-2 vote with Council member Jesse Kerley absent. Council later passed a motion to accept the deadline date of October 1st, with the City Manager and County Mayor working out the details on the transition.
The 2015 CRYSA Summer Soccer Camp registration deadline is this Friday, May 15th. The 11th Annual Crossville Youth Soccer Camp is open to Ages 6 to 18 and will be held June 1 through June 5th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at the Dr. Carl T. Duer Sr. Soccer Complex. Cost for Half Day Camper is $65, Full Day Camper $110 and Elite Camper $160. Space is limited and you must register by Friday, May 15th. For registration from information and questions call (931) 248-1616 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Cumberland County High School will host girls basketball tryouts for the 2015-2016 Lady Jet Freshmen Basketball Team on Tuesday, May 26th & Wednesday, May 27th from 10am-12pm at CCHS. Tryouts are open to 8th grade girls who will be attending CCHS. A current physical and evaluation packet are required to tryout. Tryout packets can be picked up in the front office at CCHS. Any questions please contact, Coach Radhika Miller at 931-337-1559 or email email@example.com.
Cumberland County High School Seniors will mark a crucial rite of passage this week as they graduate. At the Phoenix School, Graduation Practice will be at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, May 13th; their Graduation Luncheon is at 11 a.m. and they will receive their diplomas starting at 6 p.m. On Thursday, May 14th, CCHS will kick off Graduation festivities with a Senior Breakfast at 8 a.m.; practice starts at 8:30 a.m. and CCHS Graduation will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday. SMHS will hold their Senior Breakfast at 8:15 a.m. on Friday, May 15th with Graduation Practice at 9 a.m. SMHS Seniors will don their caps and gowns on Friday night with Graduation starting at 6:30 p.m.
Crooks in Knoxville may get a bit of a surprise the next time they try to rob a Subway in West Knoxville. Local 8 Now reports that the store is the first in the nation to get new technology that sprays the bad guys with DNA as they run out the door. The technology has been successful in at least 30 countries for the past decade. Monday it was installed in the Knoxville Subway on Sutherland Avenue and will be the first time it's been seen and tried in the U.S. "If a robber comes in and robs the place, the system gets activated and on his way out he will get marked with artificial DNA," Johan Larsen told Local 8 News. He's the senior vice president of CSI Protect. The spray can only be seen with UV light and can stay on the suspect for up to 7 weeks. Knoxville police say often times a robber will hit more than one store. Each store's DNA spray will have a specific code that police can test and send off to a database. The technology costs about $5,000 to install. That cost includes intense signage, letting people know the store is protected. CSI Protect and Subway are already planning on putting this system in other stores in Knoxville. CSI Protect is testing out some residential versions of the spray as well. They chose East Tennessee because that is where CSI Protect is headquartered. (Photo Courtesy WVLT)