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Crossville among communities to have wine referrendum on ballot
Red White and Food Sunday August 24, 2014

Fifty-nine communities, including Crossville, have collected enough signatures to allow a referendum on whether wine can be sold in grocery stores on the November ballot. The coalition Red White and Food, has lobbied hard for the change, keeping track of the collected signatures.


THP Plans "No refusal weekend"
THP Sunday August 24, 2014

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is gearing up for a "no refusal" enforcement campaign over the Labor Day holiday. The "no refusal" law allows officials to seek search warrants for blood samples in cases involving suspected impaired drivers.


Agencies Receive Military Surplus
Tennessean Sunday August 24, 2014

According to a Tennessean Tennessee law enforcement agencies have received more than 41,000 military surplus items worth at least $121 million since 1993, with much of that going to the state's smaller cities and counties. The report is based on data from the state Department of General Services, which lists the Washington County Sheriff's Office leading the pack at $9.7 million in equipment, followed by the Loudon County Sheriff's Office, Livingston Police, Parsons Police and the Coffee County Sheriff's Department. Over the past nine years, Tennessee has moved from 47th in the nation to the top 10 in acquiring military surplus


Prettiest Baby and Tiny Tot Contest Results
Sunday August 24, 2014

Prettiest Baby and Tiny Tot contest winners:
Newborn-7 months (girls):
1st: Kynnedi Delk
2nd: Lillian Grace Hayes
3rd: Allie Angel

Newborn-7 months (boys):
1st: Boone Ward
2nd: Ronnie Allen Sharp
3rd: Kaidyn Branstetter

8-18 months (girls):
1st: Rylee Ann Mathias
2nd: Keetyn Wyatt
3rd: Sadie Marie Adams

8-18 months (boys):
1st: Conner William Michael Smith
2nd: Jaxton Bryce DeRossett
3rd: Frankie Lee Sharp

19-30 months(girls only):
1st: Callyn Myers
2nd: Shelby Newcome
3rd: Gracie Adelynn Henson

19-40 months(boys only):
1st: James Robert Vandever

31-45 months(girls only):
1st: Ellie Jo McCoy
2nd: Willow Emaline Tinch
3rd: Jaelyn Wicker

46-59 months(girls only):
1st: MaKaley Gibson
2nd: Emily Rachelle Maldonado
3rd: Hailey Anna Hyder


Panthers and Jets Fall in Football Openers
Vince/Steve Saturday August 23, 2014

The Stone Memorial High School Panthers traveled to Livingston Academy to take on the Wildcats in game number one of the football season. The home team enjoyed a 14 point lead at the half and went on to post a 34-7 win. SMHS will be on the road for game number two as they travel to DeKalb County to play the Tigers on Friday, August 29th.

The Cumberland County High School Jets game at Bledsoe County Friday was delayed 30-minutes at the start due to a heat index reading of 108 degrees. When the game began the Warriors scored on their first two possessions and took advantage of eight CCHS turnovers rolling to a 47-0 victory. CCHS will play their first home game of the season Friday, August 29th, as they host the Highlanders of Scott High.


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