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Plateau Bowling Lanes to Host Three State Tournaments
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday August 2, 2016

Plateau Bowling Lanes in Crossville has been selected to host three Tennessee State Womens Bowling tournaments. The first tourney will be held on August 20th and August 21st. The second event, the 2016 Queens Tournament will be on October 8th. And next March, Plateau Lanes will host the 2017 Tennessee State Womens Championship. The tournaments are expected to draw 2,000 bowlers to Crossville.


Truck Hits Power Line, Knocks Out Power in Crossville
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday August 2, 2016

It was slow going on Hwy 127 South in Crossville on Monday after a semi truck hit a utility pole and ripped down the power lines. The wreck happened around noon in the area of Physicians Associates and knocked out power for miles. Emergency personnel and V-E-C crews rushed to the scene and shut down the roadway while the crashed sight was cleaned up and power lines and a transformer were replaced. Power was quickly restored and initial reports indicate no serious injuries were sustained in the accident.


12-Year-Old Crossville Girl Killed in ATV Accident Saturday
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday August 2, 2016

A 12-year-old girl was killed in a tragic ATV accident in Cumberland County over the weekend. Authorities were called to Catoosa Riding Stables around 4 p.m. Saturday where they found Hailey Shea Randolph of Crossville unresponsive. Attempts to revive her were unsuccessful and she was later pronounced dead at Cumberland Medical Center. Reportedly, Hailey and another riding crashed in a curve and were ejected. The other rider sustained non-life threatening injuries.


Tennessee Highway Patrol issues warning as school year begins
WVLT Tuesday August 2, 2016

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- As students, teachers, and staff begin a new school year, Tennessee Highway Patrol wants to remind drivers of the rules and penalties for passing school buses.

The Tennessee law states: The driver of a vehicle upon a highway, upon meeting or overtaking from either direction any school bus that has stopped on the highway for the purpose of receiving or discharging any school children, shall stop the vehicle before reaching the school bus, and the driver shall not proceed until the school bus resumes motion or is signaled by the school bus driver to proceed or the visual signals are no longer actuated. Subsection (a) shall also apply to a school bus with lights flashing and stop sign extended and marked in accordance with this subsection (a) that is stopped upon property owned, operated, or used by a school or educational institution, if the bus is stopped for the purpose of receiving or discharging any school children outside a protected loading zone.

All motor vehicles used in transporting school children to and from school in this state are required to be distinctly marked "School Bus" on the front and rear thereof in letters of not
less than six inches (6'') in height, and so plainly written or printed and so arranged as to be legible to persons approaching the school bus, whether traveling in the same or opposite direction.
The driver of a vehicle upon a highway with separate roadways need not stop upon meeting or passing a school bus that is on a different roadway or when upon a controlled-access highway and the school bus is stopped in a loading zone that is a part of or adjacent to the highway and where pedestrians are not permitted to cross the roadway. For the purpose of this subsection (a), "separate roadways" means roadways divided by an intervening space that is not suitable to vehicular traffic.

Except as otherwise provided by subdivisions (a) (1)-(3), the school bus driver is required to stop the school bus on the right-hand side of the road or highway, and the driver shall cause the bus to remain stationary and the visual stop signs on the bus actuated, until all school children who should be discharged from the bus have been so discharged and until all children whose destination causes them to cross the road or highway at that place have negotiated the crossing.

It is a Class C misdemeanor for any person to fail to comply with any provision of this subsection (a) other than the requirement that a motor vehicle stop upon approaching a school bus.

It is a Class A misdemeanor punishable only by a fine of not less than two hundred fifty dollars ($250) nor more than one thousand dollars ($1,000) for any person to fail to comply with the provision of this subsection (a) requiring a motor vehicle to stop upon approaching a school bus.

Be alert and allow our children to arrive to and from school safely without harm.


Submitted: Billy Loggins, Marketing Director Tuesday August 2, 2016

(Crossville) Lauren Coughlin of Charlottesville, Virginia claimed the 2016 Golf Capital of Tennessee Womens Open on Saturday after firing a tournament low six under par 66 in the final round. Competing in her first Tennessee Womens Open, the former University of Virginia golfer posted rounds of 70-76-66 for a four under par 212. This is Coughlins first professional victory in only her third event as a professional. Lindsey McPherson of Flushing, Michigan finished second at three under par 213. Amateur Blakesly Warren of Chattanooga, Tennessee and Allie Knight of Knoxville, Tennessee finished tied for third with a three day total of two under par, 212.

The Tennessee Golf Association and the Womens Competitions Committee would like to thank title sponsor, the City of Crossville, Stonehenge Golf Club and the Fairfield Glade community for their support of the 2016 Tennessee Womens Open . The 2016 championship marks the thirteenth year the event has been hosted in Crossville and the eighth year its been held at Stonehenge Golf Club.

For information on the Golf Capital of Tennessee Womens Open Championship, please visit the event site. The Golf Capital of Tennessee Womens Open is one of the eighteen championships that the Tennessee Golf Association conducts annually. Information TGA can be found on the associations website.

Tennessee Golf Association History: The Golf Capital of Tennessee Womens Open is one of eighteen (18) state championships that the Tennessee Golf Association conducts annually. In 1914, the TGA was organized at Memphis Country Club as an association of private clubs. The objective of the Association, as stated in its Constitution, shall be to promote the game of golf in Tennessee. From these small origins, the TGA has become an association which now includes over 200 member clubs, courses and organizations, compromised of over 32,000 individuals from across the state. For more information on the TGA, visit us online at
(Photo Courtesy TN Golf Association)


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