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CCHS Cheerleaders win Regional Cheer Competition

CCHS Cheerleaders win Regional Cheer Competition
Bekki Atkinson CCHS Cheer Sponsor Monday November 6, 2017

For the second straight year, The Cumberland County High School Cheerleaders won the Game Day Division UCA Tennessee Extreme Regional Cheer competition this past weekend at Brentwood High School. The Jets defeated 12 teams from across the state for the win and earned a bid to compete in the National High School Cheerleading Championships in Orlando this February. Picture courtesy of Missy Kerley.


3 Dead, 4 Injured In Van Buren Crash
Peg Broadcasting News Monday November 6, 2017

Three people were reported dead and two others in "very critical condition". Sunday afternoon following an accident on SR 111 (State Route One Eleven) in Van Buren County. According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a silver Mercury Mountaineer was traveling north on SR 111 near Baker Mountain Road when the vehicle made a sudden left turn. The SUV flipped several times before landing in the southbound lanes. Three people were thrown out of the Mountaineer which reportedly had 7 passengers. The four survivors of the crash were flown to Erlanger Hospital. Authorities did not immediately release the cause of the single-vehicle accident and the names of the victims were not immediately made public.

Morristown Man Charged After Hitting Deputy In Stolen Vehicle

Morristown Man Charged After Hitting Deputy In Stolen Vehicle
TBI/Peg Broadcasting News Monday November 6, 2017

A Morristown man has been charged with Attempted Murder after he hit a Hamblen County Sheriff's Deputy while attempting to flee in a stolen truck. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigations says that deputies received information that a vehicle, previously reported stolen, was at a business along Lakeshore Road Saturday night in Morristown. Upon arrival, two deputies located the stolen truck and began to approach the driver, later identified as 40-year-old Anthony Duane Sizemore. At that point Sizemore accelerated and struck one of the deputies. The other deputy fired shots at the vehicle, striking the Sizemore one time. The injured deputy was transported to the hospital for treatment. A short time later, the stolen truck was located in Cocke County. Anthony Sizemore was also located and taken into custody. He was transported to the hospital for treatment of his injuries. He is charged with Attempted First Degree Murder. Upon being released from the hospital, Sizemore was booked into the Hamblen County Jail. At this time, the investigation remains active and ongoing. (Photo courtesy TBI)


Former execs at Haslam-owned truck stop chain head to trial
AP Monday November 6, 2017

The country's largest truck stop chain was flying high. Its CEO had recently bought a pro football team and his brother was the popular governor of Tennessee hinting at aspirations for national office. Then federal agents descended on the family-owned company's headquarters.
The ramifications for Pilot Flying J were immense. Fourteen former members of the sales team pleaded guilty to participating in a scheme to rip off trucking company customers they deemed too unsophisticated to realize they weren't receiving the rebates they had negotiated.
Four former executives, including the onetime Pilot president, go on trial in Chattanooga on Monday, November 6, 2017.
Pilot, which is run by Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam, agreed to an $85 million settlement with most of the defrauded customers and a $92 million penalty to the government.


Blaine Bishop To Be Inducted Into TN Sports Hall of Fame
Peg Broadcasting News Monday November 6, 2017

Former Tennessee Titans safety Blaine Bishop will be inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame next year. Bishop learned of his selection Saturday in a surprise announcement during a Titans homecoming alumni event. He will be inducted at a June 16 banquet. Bishop made four Pro Bowls while playing for the Houston Oilers and Tennessee Titans from 1993-2001.


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