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Two people were airlifted following a crash on Highway 127 North Tuesday evening. According to reports, the head-on accident at Tabor Loop closed down the highway for several hours while crews worked to extract those involved and transport them for further treatment. Conditions of those injured are not known at this time
The Cumberland County Fire Department invites you to a Remembrance ceremony tomorrow at the 9/11 Memorial on Livingston Road at 6pm. The ceremony will honor the memory of those lives lost on September 11th, 2001.
Motorists are seeing the cheapest gas prices to start September since 2010. Compared to this time last year, the national average price for a gallon of regular unleaded is 14 cents cheaper, and 16 cents cheaper in Tennessee.
The national average price of regular unleaded is $3.44, the same as last week. Tennessee's average price of $3.21 is also the same as last week.
Stone Memorial High School will be hosting an open house and parent-teacher conferences this afternoon (Tuesday) from 3-6pm. Parents who attend will be able to pick up their student’s progress reports. A financial aid seminar will begin at 6pm. On Thursday, Panther Parents are invited to attend the first general meeting of the PTSO. The Parent Teacher Organization is best described as the academic booster club. The meeting’s agenda will include election of officers for the new year and the academic awards banquet. The meeting will begin at 5:30 in the library and last no more than a half hour. More information can be found at StonePTSO on Facebook.
More than 48 members of the Crossville and Cumberland County Firefighters raised $1,606 during the annual Fill the Boot drive on August 16th to benefit children and adults affected by muscle disease throughout the Crossville area. Funds raised through 2014 Crossville Fill the Boot events will help support MDA's programs of worldwide research, specialized health care services, and day-to-day support – which includes sending children affected by muscular dystrophy and related muscle diseases to a weeklong, barrier-free MDA summer camp at Camp Waskowitz in Washington.