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Cumberland County High School Top Ten Announced


Cumberland County High School Top Ten Announced
CCHS Counseling Department Wednesday January 31, 2018

The Top Ten students in the CCHS Class of 2018 were announced on Monday night, January 29th at Cumberland County High School's annual Top Ten Dinner:
1. Billy Drainas, Valedictorian
2. Annalise Wallace, Salutatorian
3. Rebecca Jones, 4. Sydney Tabor, 5. Rani Patel, 6. Ally Manis, 7. Amelia Hawkins, 8. Isaiah Galvan, Alana Hicks, and Emily Shields (three-way tie). Photo courtesy of CCHS Counseling Department.

 


Haslam Challenges Tennessee in Speech
AP Wednesday January 31, 2018

Gov. Bill Haslam used his eighth and final annual address to tout the state's achievements and challenge Tennessee to "be the best" in the nation in jobs, education and government efficiency.
In his State of the State address Monday, the term-limited governor noted the lowest recorded unemployment in state history, gains in education and more than $500 million in tax cuts.
He said Tennessee is on pace to be two years early in meeting its goal of 55 percent of residents with higher education degrees or certificates by 2025. He announced the Complete to Compete program to offer resources to ensure those students start strong, stay on track and graduate.
He touted his $30 million plan to combat opioid abuse, TN Together. Democratic lawmakers say $250 million is needed.

 


Mae Beavers suspends gubernatorial bid
WVLT/Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 31, 2018

Mae Beavers, formerly a Conservative candidate for Tennessee governor, announced on Tuesday she would be suspending her gubernatorial campaign, WVLT reports. In an announcement on Facebook, she expressed her gratitude for her supporters and volunteers on her gubernatorial campaign race. Beavers, formerly a State Senator, previously stepped down from her legislative seat in order to focus on her run for governor.

 


Crossville - Cumberland County Crime Stoppers Pays Out Over $5,300 In Rewards
Crossville Cumb. Co. Crime Stoppers Wednesday January 31, 2018

It pays to leave a tip with the Crossville - Cumberland County Crime Stoppers. In 2017, the local Crime Stoppers paid out over $5,375 in cash rewards and received 304 tips that helped to solve many cases and dozens of warrants served. The anonymous information also helped police recover over $12,400 in stolen property. And the Crossville - Cumberland County Crime Stoppers is asking for your help to make 2018 even better! Please call 931-200-1173 anytime you have information that could help solve a crime or locate a wanted person! Download the Crime Stoppers FREE P3 Tips app and you can share information from your mobile device, without having to speak with anyone!

 


Tennessee athletics reports $10.8 million surplus in 2016-17
AP/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday January 30, 2018

Tennessee's athletic department has reported a $10.8 million budget surplus for the 2016-17 fiscal year. UT reported $134.9 million in expenses and $145.7 million in revenues. The school utilized the surplus by contributing $5 million to the Neyland Stadium renovation project and $5.8 million for ongoing facility projects such as the expansion of the Haslam football practice fields,and stadium scoreboards for soccer, softball and baseball.

 

 
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