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A resident of Sunny Acres Drive reports the theft of two trailers. One of those trailers is a 24’ X 8’ dual axel car hauler valued at $3,500. The other is a 6’ X 6’ hitch trailer listed at $500. No suspects were named in the report.
Jeff Dodson, Chairman of the Cumberland County Soil Conservation District (SCD), has announced that the annual Holder-Bush Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $300 will be awarded this spring to a deserving Cumberland County student majoring in some field of agriculture at Tennessee Technology University in Cookeville. The scholarship was started as a memorial to Mr. Elmer Holder who served Cumberland County as the District Conservationist with the USDA Soil Conservation Service (now known as the Natural Resources Conservation Service) from 1958 until his untimely death in 1980. Mr. Holder was a true conservationist and made a tremendous impact in agriculture and soil conservation in Cumberland County during his 22 years of service. Chester Bush replaced Mr. Holder as the District Conservationist for Cumberland County and served in that capacity for 29 years. The SCD Board decided to change the name of this scholarship to the Holder-Bush Scholarship to honor both former District Conservationists for their hard work and dedication to the conservation of our natural resources and to the people of Cumberland County. Applications may be obtained at the guidance counselors’ or vocational agriculture teachers’ offices at Cumberland County High School and Stone Memorial High School. They are also available at the Christian Academy of the Cumberlands, as well as the District Office located in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Service Center at 314 Old Jamestown Highway beside the U.S. Post Office, or by calling the District office at 484-5442, ext. 3. The Cumberland County SCD Board of Supervisors must receive applications and completed resumes no later than March 24, 2015. Anyone planning to attend or currently attending Tennessee Tech with a major in agriculture is encouraged to apply.
The Crossville City Council is looking at ways to either get out of county codes inspections or add funding for additional officials to take care of enforcement within the City. The City agreed in 2010 to conduct state mandated building inspections for the county, which has generated additional revenue for the City. Due to the additional workload, council members feel that many issues in the City have been neglected. Councilman Danny Wyatt proposed a study to see how much it would cost to add a codes enforcement person to handle city issues, while maintaining the revenue stream from county inspections. Fiscal year to date revenue for the Codes Department is $167,000.
Local authorities are investigating the burglary of the Cumberland Fellowship office. According to reports, a church employee discovered the break-in and found that cash had been taken. Police say that several doors to the building had pry marks on them and also secured several pieces of evidence of the burglary. Authorities are also reviewing surveillance footage that appears to offer several leads.
City police gathered additional clues in a shoplifting incident last September at the local WalMart. Police say that a white male suspect stole an LG sound bar from the Crossville WalMart last year. The suspect left the building without paying and was seen on surveillance video leaving in a silver van. Additional leads surfaced last week when a suspect, believed to be the same person, shoplifted a 70 inch Vizio television along with two 24 packs of beer at the Cookeville WalMart. That suspect also left the scene in a silver van.