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Tennessee Remains at Level III State of Emergency
TEMA Tuesday March 3, 2015

Tennessee Remains at a Level III State of Emergency. With another chance for winter precipitation, including the potential for sleet, snow and freezing rain, on Wednesday and very cold temperatures Thursday and Friday, the National Guard is standing by four units to assist with wellness checks for Wednesday for the Middle Tennessee area.

 


Vision for the Future Workshops
Submitted: Billy Loggins Tuesday March 3, 2015

Cumberland County, the City of Crossville, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Board of Education will conduct a series of workshops on how Crossville can begin to identify a vision for our future, and deciding as a community what is needed to achieve this vision. Entitled, Conversations About Our Future, Crossville-Cumberland 2030, meetings will be held throughout the county to give everyone a voice in building our future together. The intent of these meetings is to provide an opportunity to share your opinion and to acquire a broad and diverse representation giving a voice to all in this process. Some possible topics to be discussed: Education, job creation, work force development, recreational opportunities, cultural, social, etc. For this to be successful we need everyone to participatethis means YOU! Two meetings have already been scheduled: The first one will be held at Cumberland County High School on Tuesday, March 31, and the second meeting will take place at Stone Memorial High School on Thursday, April 2. Both meetings will begin at 5:30 p.m. and will last 90 minutes. Please register for this event by calling 931-787-1684 or send an email to crossville2030@crossvilletn.gov but dont worry if you dont get registered, just show up you anyway! If you want to participate, but cannot attend the meeting, please go to http://speakupcrossville.com and join the conversation about where you would like to see us in the year 2030. Visit us on Facebook and like our page: www.facebook.com/crossville-cumberland2030. If you have additional questions or comments, you may contact one of the Crossville-Cumberland 2030 partners: Cumberland County, City of Crossville, Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce and the Cumberland County Board of Education.

 


SMHS Panther Pageant is Sat. Mar. 21
Submitted Tuesday March 3, 2015

Stone Memorial HS will hold the Panther Pageant on Saturday, March 21st. Applications will be available at SMHS until March 17th. Rehearsal for the event will be on Friday, March 20 at 3:30pm. Registration will be on the day of the event (Saturday, 3/21) at noon. The first session will be held from 1 until 4pm and the second session will be held from 6 until 8pm. Contact Calvin Kemmer at SMHS for further details.

 


Bobby Randolph, Area Manager at VEC issues statement regarding the power outages
VEC Tuesday March 3, 2015

Below is a statement issued by Bobby Randolph, Area Manager at VEC regarding the power outages:
This morning we have approximately 250 customers that are still without power. This has been a monumental disaster for the Upper Cumberland. I would like to inform anyone who does not have power call (931)200-3699. This is a direct cell phone line to the Crossville office. Again, I want to emphasize this number is for power outages and broken poles on and around their premises only and will only be good thru Wednesday, March 4th, 2015.

 


Latest News From VEC March 3, 2015, Outage Restoration Update, 7 a.m. CT
VEC Tuesday March 3, 2015

This morning Volunteer Energy Cooperative officials report a total of 342 customers remain without power. County totals are Cumberland 229; Overton 43; Putnam 68; and White 2. Work continues today.

 

 
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