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During an armed robbery at the Eagle Food Mart in Harriman around 7 am Friday morning, a clerk was stabbed and over $7,000 was stolen from the register and the store safe. Police say there are three culprits, one was wielding a knife, another a pistol, and they arenít sure if the third man had a weapon. According to reports, the clerk was in the restroom, and when he came out the men forced him to remove the money from the cash register and the store safe, and he was stabbed during the process. He was taken to UT Medical Center for treatment. Police donít know the identity of the suspects, but they are described as two black men and one white man. If you have any information, you are asked to call the Harriman Police Department at (865)-882-3383.
Last season the Stone Memorial Panthers posted a two-point home win over the Red Raiders of Coffee County. Friday night the Red Raiders held on and claimed a three-point win over the Panthers in Manchester, 24-21 the final. Austin Helton scored on runs of three and 33 yards and hit Chandler Vanatter with a 10 yard scoring strike for the Panthers now 3 and 3 on the season. SMHS is on the road again next Friday, October 3rd, as they take on the Warren County Pioneers in McMinnville. Catch the action on Mix 99.3.
Cumberland County High School scored on the first possession of the game as Seth Randallís 24-yard TD run capped a 53-yard opening drive giving the Jets the early lead in their homecoming game with the Dragons of York Institute. The visitors would control time of possession holding the ball for almost 36 minutes to just over 12 for the Jets and score 27 unanswered points to win 27-6. CCHS plays host to the Warriors of White County Friday, October 3rd. Game time is set for 7:00 with the broadcast beginning at 6:45 on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.
Cumberland County School Superintendent Donald Andrews has offered his congratulations to the Board of Educationís newly elected officials. At Thursdayís regular BOE monthly meeting, Dan Schlafer was elected Chairman, Richard Janeway as Vice Chairman, Josh Stone as Parliamentarian, and Jeff Freitag as TLN Representative. Superintendent Andrews offered his congratulations to each one and expressed his desire to work with them for the betterment of our schools.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A death row inmate has been granted a reprieve from an Oct. 7 execution date. On Thursday, the Tennessee Supreme Court ruled that Billy Ray Irick's execution should be put on hold pending a legal challenge to the state's lethal injection and electrocution procedures. Tennessee is the only state that allows itself to use the electric chair against an inmate's will, when lethal injection drugs aren't available. Irick was convicted of the rape and murder of a 7-year-old Knoxville girl he was babysitting. The 56-year-old is one of 11 death row inmates arguing in a lawsuit that the state has no way to ensure the purity and potency of the injection drug pentobarbital. The inmates also claim that use of the electric chair amounts to cruel and unusual punishment.
The Cumberland County Board of Education will have a Special Called Meeting on Wednesday, October 1st at 5:00 p.m. at the Central Office on 4th Street in Crossville. Among items on the BOEís agenda is a matter pertaining to the dismissal of a tenured teacher.