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Entries Being Taken For Crossville Christmas Parade
Amy Reed Wednesday November 22, 2017

The City of Crossville is now taking entries for the Annual City of Crossville Christmas Parade. Entry is free, but you must register at the Palace Theatre Monday - Friday, between 9 am and 4:30 pm and pick up Parade information. The City of Crossville Christmas Parade is Saturday, December 9th beginning at 4 pm through downtown Crossville.


City of Crossville Leaf Removal Starts Monday, Nov. 27
Submitted: City of Crossville Street Dept. Wednesday November 22, 2017

The City of Crossville Street Department will begin picking up leaves in each area once every two weeks starting on Monday, November 27, 2017. This schedule will continue until January 11, 2018. Leaves do not have to be bagged. Please rake leaves to the road in an area where they can be easily accessed by equipment. If your leaves are missed, you can call the Public Works office Monday through Thursday between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. at 931-484-7631 to make arrangements for leaf removal.

CCHS October Students of the Month

CCHS October Students of the Month
Submitted: CCHS Counseling Dept. Wednesday November 22, 2017

Cumberland County High School recognized their October Students of the Month: James Tice - 9th grade, Payton Myers - 10th grade, Samantha Parsons - 11th grade, and Madison Dodson - 11th grade. These students were nominated by CCHS teachers and staff based on their academics, attitude, behavior, responsibility, and attendance. The October Students of the Month were recognized with a scholastic certificate and other prizes from the Student of the Month sponsor, Mr. Drew Moses State Farm Agency.

Pictured: Drew Moses State Farm Agent, Payton Myers - 10th grade, Samantha Parsons - 11th grade, Madison Dodson - 11th grade, Jon Hall - Principal
Not Pictured: James Tice - 9th grade

Information submitted by the CCHS Counseling Department
Pictures courtesy of Rachel Shoemaker - CCHS Student of the Month Committee

Gupton Named 2017 Outstanding Livestock Producer

Gupton Named 2017 Outstanding Livestock Producer
Lynn Carey, Office Manager, Cumberland County Soil Conservation District/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday November 21, 2017

Terry Gupton was recently honored by the Cumberland County Soil Conservation District (CCSCD) as the 2017 Outstanding Livestock Producer at its Annual Awards Dinner. Terry Gupton, and his wife Sandy, own and operate Rocky Top Gelbvieh Farm here in on the Cumberland Plateau. They bought their farm here in 2010 and relocated from Roane County. Terry breeds only Gelbvieh and Balancer beef cattle and specializes in raising high quality breeding stock including bulls and heifers. He was the recipient of the 2015 Dr. Clyde Lane Outstanding Cow-Calf Producer Award presented by the Tennessee Cattleman's Association.

Pictured with award winner Terry Gupton are (from left) Supervisor Al Wilson, Chairman Jeff Dodson, Gupton, Vice-Chairman Terry Lowe and Supervisor David Beaty.


High School Basketball
Steve Tuesday November 21, 2017

Cumberland County played host to McMinn Central Monday night and posted a pair of victories. The Lady Jets outscored the visitors 57-49 and the Jets recorded a 55-43 win over the Chargers.

CCHS travels to York Institute on Tuesday. Live coverage will air on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY beginning at 5:55, the Lady Jets game is scheduled to tip at 6:00.


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