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The City of Crossville is going to dogs…The Dog Park, that is. Man’s best friend will soon have their own place to wag their tails, as the City of Crossville is celebrating the grand opening of the new dog park on November 20th at 1pm. The community is invited to the celebration at Crossville’s Centennial Park, on the Warner side, picnic shelter 2. The new dog park is located just off the back of the park, located at 637 Industrial Boulevard.
About 66,000 people who get their individual health plans through Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee are receiving notification that they must pick a new plan due to new federal regulations. Health insurance companies are sending out letters to inform clients who have policies that don't meet new federal regulations
Cookeville Regional Medical Center has announced that primary care services will no longer be offered through the Fairfield Glade Clinic in the Fairfield Towne Center after Friday, November 15, 2013.The clinic has offered primary care services as well as provided office space for specialty physicians. Cookeville Regional CEO Paul Korth says officials did not make the decision to close lightly, and they currently working on other arrangements to ensure their specialty physicians will continue to have a presence in the Crossville area. Specialty physicians from Tennessee Heart and Tier One Orthopedics will continue to see patients at the Fairfield Glade Clinic location. Patients who have visited the clinic for primary care services may obtain their medical records by visiting the clinic through Friday, November 22, 2013 or calling 931-484-3050. After that date, their primary care records will be available at the Cookeville Regional Medical Group office located at 128 North Whitney in Cookeville.
A Crossville man has died after being hit by a train in Roane County. According to reports, 51 year old James Edward Dick was killed when he was struck by a train while he walked along the tracks early Saturday Morning. Officers say they received a report from train officials regarding the accident. Dick was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police say an elderly Warren County man was kidnapped at knifepoint in Smithville and forced to withdraw money from his bank account at an ATM machine. According to Smithville police, 29 year old Amanda Maxwell of Smithville called the 81 year old victim, who was an acquaintance, and asked him to talk with her. When the victim arrived, Maxwell attacked him and forced him at knifepoint back into his car. Maxwell then drove him to two ATM machines; where he was forced with withdraw funds. Maxwell then picked up 31 year old Charles Reagan and the two of them drove the victim to McMinnville to get more money. But as the car was stopped at a traffic light, the victim jumped out of the car and got away. He was able to get to a phone and call 911. Maxwell and Reagan have been placed under arrest and are charged with aggravated kidnapping and theft.