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Homeless Advocacy Warming Stations Tues. Jan. 27
Submitted Wednesday January 21, 2015

The Homeless Advocacy for Rural Tennessee Continuum of Care is offering several warming stations on Tuesday, January 27th. Guests will receive warm blankets and a few items that can be taken with them. Participants will also have a chance to speak with staff members while escaping the cold. The Cumberland County Warming Stations will be held Tuesday, January 27th at Meals and More, 608 West Avenue in Crossville, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Cumberland Mountain Mental Health Center, 4325 U.S. 127, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and at the Crab Orchard City Hall, 338 Hebbertsburg Road from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. For more information about the Warming Stations in Crossville please call 484-2990 ask for Cammie; in Crab Orchard call 931-484-2815. A complete list of locations and hours in neighboring counties can be found on our community calendar site.

 
Former Vol Albert Haynesworth pleads guilty to reckless boating


Former Vol Albert Haynesworth pleads guilty to reckless boating
WVLT Wednesday January 21, 2015

Former Tennessee Vol and Pro Bowl defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth has pleaded guilty in Knox County Court to reckless operation of a boat. Local 8 now reports As part of the plea agreement, Haynesworth cannot operate a boat for five months. Officers with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency say Haynesworth was traveling his boat between 70-80 miles per hour when he passed them in his boat. They also say Haynesworth nearly hit a pontoon boat and an officer's boat. He was issued a citation for reckless operation. (Photo Courtesy WVLT)

 


Tennessee Artist Will Paint Pope Francis Portrait
News Channel 5 Wednesday January 21, 2015

A Tennessee artist has been selected to paint the official portrait of Pope Francis which will be placed in the Vatican. And its not his first time. Pope Francis will be the third papal portrait painted by Igor Babailov. The Brentwood, TN artist has painted for countless world figures including George W. Bush and Nelson Mandela in addition to celebrities such as Regis Philbin and Bob Costas. Babailov said the portrait will be unveiled at the Vatican in the next few months, though he couldnt say a specific date yet.

 
UT announces Orange & White Game to be played on April 25


UT announces Orange & White Game to be played on April 25
WVLT/UT Sports Wednesday January 21, 2015

The Vols will hold their annual DISH Orange & White Game on April 25 with a 2 p.m., kickoff at Neyland Stadium. The April 25 date marks the latest O&W Game since the 1996 contest which was played on April 27.
Last year over 68,500 people attended the Orange & White Game, marking the second-largest crowd for a spring game in UT history. The record of 73,801 was set for the 1986 O&W Game following the Vols' Sugar Bowl win. Butch Jones' spring practices with Team 119 will begin on March 24. Tennessee will have 15 practices culminating with the April 25 Orange & White Game. Details on the festivities surrounding the O&W Game and spring practice dates will be released when they become available. (Photo Courtesy WVLT).

 
Stolen bell returned to Three Rivers Rambler steam engine, arrest made


Stolen bell returned to Three Rivers Rambler steam engine, arrest made
WVLT Wednesday January 21, 2015

A man is in jail and a stolen 350-pound bell was returned to an 1890 coal-fired steam engine train on Tuesday. Local 8 Now reports the bell was stolen last summer in Knox County. Deputies say it was recently found among other stolen items in 54-year-old Gary Valentine's garage. Three Rivers Rambler says No. 154 ran freight operations in Knoxville in the early 1900's. The engine was stored in a Knoxville park for 50 years before being restored by the Three Rivers Rambler train ride. The train is believed to be one of the oldest operating steam engines in the United States. According to Local 8 Now, it has been in service on the Three Rivers Rambler for about four years. (Photo Courtesy WVLT).

 

 
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