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The Southeastern Conference has decided to stick with its current football scheduling format of eight league games and a permanent non-division rival. The one change to the SEC's schedule format will affect nonconference scheduling. Starting in 2016, all SEC teams will be required to play at least one game against a team from one of the other Big 5 conferences. But even that rule shouldn't change much. Every SEC school routinely plays at least one team from those conferences per season. The SEC had been considering adding a ninth conference game and doing away with permanent inter-division opponents such as Alabama-Tennessee and LSU-Florida.
This is the final week of early voting for the May 6th primary. Early voting will end on Thursday. Voters in Cumberland County can vote at the Election Commission Office located on Main Street, across from the courthouse. The Commission is open for voting weekdays from 8 to 5 and on Saturdays from 8-12 through May 1st. The May primary election will be held on Tuesday, May 6th.
A Crossville pilot crashed his plane into a man in North Carolina yesterday. 84 year old Edward Sisson was landing his 1971 Citabria 7ECA on a grass runway in Taylorsville, North Carolina when the plane's right wing hit 74 year old John Rufty who had been mowing the runway. Rufty’s left hand was severed and he was airlifted to the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, while Sisson was not injured. No charges have been filed at this time.
The Stone Memorial Boy’s soccer team played two games this week, defeating cross-town rivals CCHS on Thursday with a score of 2-1 , and losing to Sequatchie County on Friday with a score of 2-1. Both of Thursday’s goals were scored by Jonathan Janeway and Friday’s goal was an own goal by the other team. The boys are now 8-1-5 and will return to action on Monday when they will play their last in season game against Loudon at Loudon.
The National Weather Service says now is the time to prepare for a severe weather outbreak which is set to begin Sunday evening and last through Tuesday. Straight line winds, hail and tornadoes are all possible as these storms will have the capability of producing damaging super cell thunderstorms. Text the keyword Wowweather to 68683 on your mobile device to keep up to receive severe weather updates.