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"No credible evidence" Peyton Manning used HGH according to NFL investigation
WVLT Tuesday July 26, 2016

(WVLT) -- The NFL found "no credible evidence" former quarterback Peyton Manning used HGH during his playing career, according to a statement issued Monday.

Al-Jazeera America aired a documentary alleging Manning along with other professionals was provided with human growth hormone during their playing days.

"Following a comprehensive seven-month investigation into allegations made in a documentary by Al-Jazeera America, the NFL found no credible evidence that Peyton Manning was provided with or used HGH or other substances prohibited by the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances," a release states.

The statement goes on to say that the Manning cooperated fully with the NFL's investigation.

"The investigation involved witness interviews, a review of relevant records and other materials, online research, and laboratory analysis and review," the release states.

The NFL continues to review allegations against other players.

 


CCHS New Student Registration and Blue Bash on Thursday, July 28
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday July 26, 2016

New student registration for Cumberland County High School is scheduled for Thursday, July 28 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the school. This is for any student new to the area or any student who withdrew from CCHS and plans to return for the 2016-2017 school year. This does NOT include incoming ninth grade students from elementary feeder schools.


Blue Bash Information for CCHS July 28:

Students entering CCHS as 9 th graders this fall are encouraged to attend Blue Bash on Thursday, July 28. Student registration is from 1:30 until 2:00 in the gym lobby. Parents may register between 4:30 and 5:00 to join their children. The picnic will begin shortly thereafter. Students should receive their schedules and find their classrooms. Door prizes will be awarded between 6:15 and 7:00 PM. Students must be in dress code. For more information, please contact Mrs. Anna Pickard at 931-484-6488.

 


First Day of School in Cumb. Co. Thursday, August 4, 2016
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday July 26, 2016

The lazy days of summer are coming to an end for students in Cumberland County. Tuesday, August 2, 2016 is Teacher In-Service Day, no school for students. Wednesday, August 3 is Administrative Day 1 with no students. Thursday, August 4 is the First Day of School. Students dismiss at 10 a.m. It is a Full Day for Personnel. Friday, August 5 is Administrative Day 2 with no students. Monday, August 8 is the First Full Day of School for Cumberland County students.

 


Tennesseans Take Advantage of Early Voting
Alan Spector Monday July 25, 2016

Tennesseans are showing up to vote early in the August 4th state primary and county general election. According to the Secretary of State's office, more than 124,000 voters have voted early or cast absentee ballots. Early voting runs today through Saturday. Tennesseans voting early or on Election Day should remember to bring valid photo identification. More election information, including polling locations, is available through the app GoVoteTN.

 


Crossville-Cumberland County Visitor Center Presents Coyotes, Dispelling Common Myths Sat., July 30
Submitted: Joseph H. Lizio Monday July 25, 2016

Press Release:

Crossville, Tennessee. Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area is partnering with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency on a one-hour interpretive natural history program about coyotes in Tennessee titled Coyotes, Dispelling Common Myths at the Crossville/Cumberland County Visitor Center, 176 River Otter Drive, Crossville, TN 38571. This hour plus program is on Saturday, July 30th, at 11:00 a.m. (Central Time).

Understanding coyote behavior and their natural history in Tennessee allows most people a sense of why some coyotes are a nuisance and others are not. Information discussed will include ways to resolve common nuisance issues and provide awareness of typical wildlife behavior. Many think they understand this animal, but theyll be surprised by what they learn. Good or bad? You decide!

Join Mme Barnes, Wildlife Information Specialist with Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA), who has worked with wildlife for over 23 years. She holds a M.S. in Ecology and considers wildlife her passion and her job a dream.

This program is free of charge and wheel chair accessible. Children should be accompanied by an adult. Everyone is welcome. For additional information, please call Crossville Visitor Center at (931) 787-1755.

Directions: Take Genesis Rd (SH 298) north just past the freeway (I-40). Take immediate right on Cook Rd (Right before Stonehaus Winery). Then take the next right on to River Otter Drive.

 

 
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