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Cumberland County School officials are reminding students and parents that classes will be in session on Monday and Tuesday April 14th and 15th. Due to the excessive number of snow days taken this year, Spring Break has been shortened. Spring Break will begin Wednesday April 16th, with classes resuming on Monday April 21st
Two people have been arrested after Cumberland County Sheriff’s deputies caught them in the indoor Tansi pool area after hours. Authorities acting on a tip discovered a male subject identified as Travis Eddington inside the building with personal items surrounding him. Eddington explained that he was staying there along with 33 year old Patricia Doyle. Eddington told deputies that someone had left a side door open and they were planning to stay in the building because they had been asked to leave their previous residence. The pair were transported to the Cumberland County Justice Center where they were charged with burglary
Approximately 450 students in grades six through 12 are in Nashville this weekend, participating in the annual Tennessee History Day competition. Competitors are judged on the quality of projects they have submitted on a variety of history-related themes with the top competitors advancing to the national finals in June. To earn their spots at Tennessee History Day, students had to present projects that won medals at one of six district competitions held around the state.
Lawmakers have approved the state's $32.4 billion spending plan for the budget year beginning in July. The budget approved yesterday removes previously planned salary increases for teachers and state employees to make up for flagging state revenue collections
Thursday afternoon the CCHS Jets traveled to Smithville to face the DeKalb County Tigers in baseball action. The Jets lost the nine inning battle 4-3. Grant Parrett was a workhorse on the mound with no earned runs, allowing six hits and striking out six. CCHS proved to be their worst own enemy by committing seven errors. The Jets 13-7 (6-3 District) host Walker Valley today at Jet Park and travel to Livingston Academy tomorrow.