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Big Orange Give set to raise $1 million in a day
WVLT Wednesday November 8, 2017

The University of Tennessee is set to raise $1 million Wednesday for the 2017 Big Orange Give. WVLT reports that the event, which usually spans 5 days, is only going on for one day this year. The campaign raises funds for student scholarships and support for colleges and programs on campus. If Vol Nation can raise $500,000, UT alumni Jim and Judi Herbert will match that number, bringing the total to $1 million. If you would like to donate, you can do so on the Big Orange Give website. Donations will be accepted until midnight.

 


Active Shooter Response Class Monday, November 13
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday November 8, 2017

The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office has expressed its deepest sympathy for families and friends of victims of Sutherland Springs, Texas. Sadly, shootings at the workplace, houses of worship and events have become all too common. In September, one woman was killed and 7 injured when a gunman opened fire at an Antioch, Tennessee church. With that in mind, the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office has partnered with Bethlehem Baptist Church for an active shooter response training class on Monday, November 13, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Bethlehem Baptist Church, 626 Potato Farm Road. This class is to provide civilian response training in the event of an active shooter. During the class, participants will learn several different common sense response options other than a lock down only approach. If you cannot attend this class, please call the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office at (931) 484-6176 and ask to speak with Inv. Bo Kollros or Chief Bill Ashley to schedule a class for your organization or business.

 


All Veterans Invited to CCHS Veterans Day Celebration This Friday
Submitted Wednesday November 8, 2017

The faculty and staff of Cumberland County High School would like to invite all veterans to the Veterans Day Celebration this Friday, November 10. Parking will be available in front of the gym. The program will begin at 2:00 in the CCHS gym. All veterans should arrive by 1:50 and meet in the gym lobby. There will be a parade of veterans to start the program. If you have any questions please call the school at 931-484-6194.

 


Absences Will Be Excused Due To Flooding
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday November 8, 2017

Cumberland County Director of Schools Janet Graham says several students were unable to get to school on Tuesday due to the flooding and those absences will be excused. Parents and Guardians should send a brief note to the school explaining the reason for the absence.

 


One Injured From High Winds in McMinn County
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday November 7, 2017

Floods in Cumberland County washed out several roads this morning and Peg Broadcasting News has learned that at least two vehicles were swept away on Clint Lowe Road. The drivers of those vehicles reportedly were not seriously injured. It was a different story in southeast Tennessee where they not only had to deal with a lot of rain but also strong winds. The McMinn County Sheriff's Office reports that at least one person was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries after possible straight line winds destroyed a home on CR 100. Several other structures were damaged and trees were blown down in the Athens/Englewood area which also experienced widespread power outages. Winds also blew down numerous trees and knocked out power in Meigs County. There were no immediate reports of injuries there.

 

 
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