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FIRE PREVENTION AWARENESS WEEK IS OCTOBER 6TH THROUGH OCTOBER 10TH
noaa.gov Monday October 6, 2014

THIS WEEK...OCTOBER 6TH THROUGH OCTOBER 10TH...IS FIRE PREVENTION WEEK IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE. IN CONJUNCTION WITH FEDERAL AND STATE LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCIES...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NASHVILLE IS
PARTICIPATING IN THE FIRE WEATHER/FIRE PREVENTION AWARENESS WEEK. DURING THE WEEK...DIFFERENT TOPICS CONCERNING FIRE WEATHER AND PREVENTION WILL BE DISCUSSED TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC AND INCREASE AWARENESS OF FIRE WEATHER AND FIRE SAFETY. FOR ADDITIONAL FIRE WEATHER INFORMATION...PLEASE GO TO THE FOLLOWING to noaa.gov

 


Lightning Strikes Two Homes in Cumberland County
Peg Broadcasting News Monday October 6, 2014

A brief line of storms that dropped marble to quarter size hail in parts of Cumberland County this morning also produced lightning that hit at least two homes shortly after 9 a.m. The County Fire Department responded to a blaze on Blaylock Road off Vandever Road after a lightning strike melted wires. No significant damage was done to the home. Firefighters also report that lightning came in on a telephone line at a structure on Fred Ford Road. No damage was reported.

 


Tennessee Promise Meeting at CCHS
Submitted Monday October 6, 2014

Cumberland County High School will have a financial aid night for all seniors and their parents on Tuesday, October 7th at 5:30. The meeting will take place in the library. Speakers will discuss the Tennessee Promise initiative as well as general financial aid information. Information regarding college admissions will also be presented at the meeting. For more information, students and parents can contact the guidance office at 456-6875.

 


Memphis man sentenced to 240 years in prison
AP Monday October 6, 2014

Prosecutors say a Memphis man has been sentenced to 240 years in prison for his involvement in a 2012 home invasion. The Shelby County district attorney's office says 34-year-old Cornelius Banks was sentenced Friday after he was convicted in August on charges including aggravated kidnapping, aggravated rape and aggravated burglary. Banks and two other men forced their way into a North Memphis home on April 27, 2012, and demanded money and drugs from the three men inside. The victims were handcuffed and held for about nine hours during which at least one man was sexually assaulted. The case was handled by the DA's Multi-Agency Gang Prosecution Unit.

 
Monday, Oct. 6 Deadline to Register to Vote for November 4th Election


Monday, Oct. 6 Deadline to Register to Vote for November 4th Election
tn.gov Monday October 6, 2014

If you want to vote in the November 4th election, you have until Monday, October 6th to get registered. To get more information about how to register to vote or update registration information, visit www.GoVoteTN.com or for residents of Cumberland County call the Cumberland County Election Commission at 931-484-4919 between the 8:00 am and 4:00 pm.

 

 
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