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Dave Kirk Automotive will once again award a junior or senior from Stone Memorial, Cumberland County or the Phoenix School with a brand new car or truck for excellent attendance this afternoon. (Tuesday) The annual drawing is something Dave Kirk says his staff is passionate about keeping alive. Kirk says excellent attendance in school sets the standard for future success in life. In addition to a vehicle, students who have qualified will be in the drawing for a new laptop computer and gift cards. The drawing begins at 1pm at Stone Memorial High School.
EMS Crews from Cumberland and White County teamed with officials from the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency to pull off a successful rescue mission on the Clifty River Monday afternoon. Officials say several kayakers were discovered down river by a helicopter pilot after they were reported missing. They are all reported to be in good health.
The Federal Trade Commission is warning of a scam involving timeshare owners. In June 2013, the FTC sued several companies that scammed timeshare owners. The companies claimed they had interested buyers for timeshare properties. In fact, if timeshare owners paid, they found out there was no buyer-and they couldn't get a refund. Now somebody is trying to scam timeshare owners again. Several people who previously paid Resort Solution Trust have reported that someone recently called them claiming to be an attorney working on a case against the company. The caller said the timeshare owner was eligible for a refund if they first paid a bond of fee of around $800. The FTC says it's a refund scam, designed to get more money from people who lost money from the original timeshare resale scam.
Voters are headed to the polls today to cast their ballots in the May 6th County Primary election. Polls are open until 7pm Central. Complete election coverage begins on the Peg Broadcasting Stations at 6:30 this evening with Panama Jack and Ronni Chase anchoring, Gordon Stack and Lee Lawson will be at the Cumberland County Courthouse.
Cumberland County Jets took the last of five lead changes in a back-and-forth affair against Warren County, securing a 3-2 victory on Monday. It was a good day at the plate for the Jets Nathaniel Wyatt, going 2-3, drove in one and scored one run. He singled in the first inning and homered in the fourth inning. Jet hitters Ryan Burgess 2-2; David Elliot 1-3 and Grant Parrett 1-3. CCHS Matt Ledbetter struck out six, allowed no earned runs on four hits and three walks over seven innings. The Jets are now 21-13 (11-5), lead the best of three series 1-0 and travel to McMinnville to face the Pioneers at 5:30 Tuesday night.