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County Commissoners Approve Budget
Stace Tuesday July 22, 2014

The Cumberland County Commissioners have approved the budget for the 2014-2015 fiscal year at $89.7 million. The funds are allocated with 62% going to the Board of Education, 26% to the county General and 3% for the Highway and Solid Waste Departments and the remainder to other operating expenses. Commissioners voted to keep taxes unchanged-$1.4975. Three full time positions were created in various departments after each agreed to reduce their part time budgets to help absorb the costs. Full time county employees will be getting a step raise, and part time employees will be getting a 20 cent per hour raise. Funds have also been approved for the School Resource Officer program. Commissioners expect to raise $19.9 million in net revenue, with an additional $10.5 million in revenue estimated to be generated from sales tax for the county in the new fiscal year.


Neighbor of Missing Oak Ridge Woman arrested
Desert Sun Tuesday July 22, 2014

The neighbor of an Oak Ridge woman who has been missing from her home at a marine base in California has been arrested after investigators found him in possession of a “destructive device.” According to the Desert Sun, authorities arrested Erin Corwin’s neighbor, 25 year old Christopher Lee. Court documents filed in the case state that Lee and Corwin had both told their spouses that they had planned to go the same location, for approximately the same amount of time, on the day of Corwin’s disappearance. Text messages sent from Corwin to a friend in Tennessee stated that Lee had planned on taking her on a “special trip” to celebrate her pregnancy. Lee has told investigators that he did go on the trip, but Corwin was not with him.


Registration for new SMHS students Tuesday
SMHS Monday July 21, 2014

New student registration for grades 9-12 for students zoned for Stone Memorial High School will be Tuesday, July 22nd. This includes any new student to the area or any student who withdrew from SMHS and is returning. This does not include incoming 9th grade students from elementary schools zoned for SMHS. Students will register between 8 and 11 am.


Game Show Network Bringing Show to Nashville
Stace Monday July 21, 2014

Game Show Network is giving you a chance to appear on their newest show, which is filming now in Nashville. Producers are looking for contestants who are “fun, interesting people” to join the show, which is filming today and tomorrow (Monday and Tuesday) at Bicentennial Park in downtown Nashville. The game is played by contestants competing for a chance to advance in “the line” by answering trivia questions, with the ultimate goal of reaching the vault. Once there, contestants perform physical challenges in order to move forward. Contestants have the opportunity to win cash and prizes. Register for your chance to be on the show at the link on our website


$530 Million Spent at TN National Parks
AP Monday July 21, 2014

More than 8 million people visited Tennessee's national parks last year, spending $530 million in the process. Officials with the National Park Service say the parks supported more than 7,600 jobs in 2013.


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