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High School Basketball - Lady Jets Season Ends
Steve Monday March 2, 2015

The Cumberland County High School Lady Jets traveled to Murfreesboro to take on the Lady Blaze of Blackman High School Monday in the Sectionals of the TSSAA State Basketball Tournament. The Lady Blaze, the defending state champs, remained unbeaten against teams from Tennessee this season with a 75-47 win over Cumberland County. The Lady Jets end their season with a 26 and 6 record and advanced to the final 16 for the second straight year.


VEC Scholarship Deadline
Monday March 2, 2015

The deadline for applications for the 2015 Volunteer Energy Cooperative Lillard-Shadow Scholarship is Friday March 6th. The scholarship provides funding of up to $2000 ($500 per semester) to students whose parents are VEC customers. Applications are available on the VEC website (, at any VEC office, or by calling 423-334-7051.


Arbor Day celebration set Friday, March 6, 2015-Free trees to be given away
Submitted Monday March 2, 2015

The Crossville Tree Board is celebrating Tennessee's 2015 Arbor Day on Friday, March 6th, marking the tree-planting season in the Volunteer State. The Tree Board members will be on hand to give tree-planting tips for the more than 3,100 trees they will distribute beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the parking lot of York & Bilbrey at 456 N. Main Street (beside the new New City Hall). Cumberland County Master Gardeners, and volunteers from the staff of Wyndham Resorts will also be present to assist the Tree Board. City Mayor James Mayberry will read a proclamation announcing Crossville's Tree City USA designation; the 12th year the city has earned that designation. Species differ each year, and this year the Tree Board has purchased 12 species to disperse: Shortleaf Pine, Redbud, Bald Cypress, Hazelnut, Shagbark Hickory, Paw Paw, Oaks: Chinkapin, Pin, and Willow available, Wild Plum, Indigo Bush, and Yellow Poplar. Later in the day, the Tree Board will plant larger trees at the Phoenix School as well as both Stone and Cumberland County High Schools with students helping plant the trees. This has become part of the Arbor Day tradition in Crossville. Site selection is important for tree planting depending on the species. Be sure not to plant tall growing trees under lines, or bushy trees too close to a house. Trees add value and beauty to a homes landscape and provide shade in the summer, which lowers air-conditioning bills. Several species offer food to wildlife and bloom in the spring and show great color in the fall. The trees are offered on a first-come, first-served basis, and are usually all gone before 11 a.m.


Tennessee remains under a State of Emergency After Two Weeks
WVLT Monday March 2, 2015

Tennessee remains under a State of Emergency and has been since February 16. Local 8 Now reports that over the weekend, TEMA worked with the Cumberland County EMA to install a mobile radio tower in the county to improve emergency communications among responders. Multiple chainsaw crews are scheduled to work throughout the Cumberland Plateau. TDOT, Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters, TN Division of Forestry and National Guard units have supplied chainsaw crews to work side-by-side with local responders. The State Emergency Operations Center is monitoring the forecast mid-week for another round of winter weather across Tennessee.


Freedom in Flight: A Bald Eagle Program Saturday, March 14 at 1 p.m. at the Crossville-Cumberland County Visitor Center.
Beth Wyatt-Davis - Manager of Crossville-Cumberland County Visitor Center, Gateway to the Big South Monday March 2, 2015

Freedom in Flight: A Bald Eagle Program will be held Saturday, March 14 at 1 p.m. CT at the Crossville-Cumberland County Visitor Center at 176 River Otter Drive in Crossville. Join Ranger Mary Grimm and The American Eagle Foundation for an informative program about the Bald Eagle. There will be a live eagle and other birds of prey for the program, which is open to the public and cameras are encouraged. Children must be accompanied by an adult.


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