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Water Turned Off Today in Area of Neecham, Webb Avenue in Crossville
Submitted Tuesday May 19, 2015

The City of Crossville will be turning water off for utility construction on Neecham Street, in the area between Webb Avenue and the Wilson's Paint Center on TODAY, May 19th. Water Service will be off in this area from approx. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Haslam signs $33.8B annual state spending plan into law
AP Monday May 18, 2015

Gov. Bill Haslam has signed Tennessee's $33.8 billion annual budget plan into law starting July 1. The plan does not include the first installment of a $2.8 billion plan to extend health insurance to 280,000 low-income Tennesseans. Haslam's Insure Tennessee proposal would have had state hospitals cover the $74 million state share to draw down the money, but fellow Republicans in the Legislature twice rejected efforts to allow the governor to proceed with the deal. The budget does include about $166 million in economic incentives for Volkswagen even though some lawmakers had chafed over labor activity at the German automaker's plant in Chattanooga.

All Fired Up: A Backyard Grilling Experience

All Fired Up: A Backyard Grilling Experience
Submitted: UT/TSU Extension & Billy Loggins, City of Crossville Marketing & Public Relations Directo Monday May 18, 2015

This summer, UT-TSU Extension from Cumberland and Roane Counties are partnering to offer a new grilling class called All Fired Up: A Backyard Grilling Experience. This two hour class will feature four areas of grilling knowledge including meat quality and selection, food safety, grilling techniques and marinades, spices and rubs. This class is being organized by UT-TSU Extension Cumberland County Director, Kelli Bottoms, in partnership with UT Extension Roane County Director, Justin Thomas. The City of Crossville and the Cumberland County Fair Association are sponsoring this event. This experience is designed for adults but those 13 and up may attend with an adult. Registration is $25 and includes samples at all stations along with grilling recipe books and handouts. For more information or to register, call UT-TSU Extension Cumberland County at 931-484-6743.


Mrs. Jody Bunch Appointed New SMHS Volleyball Coach
Submitted: Lance Kennedy-SMHS VP/AD Monday May 18, 2015

Stone Memorial High School congratulates Mrs. Jody Bunch with her appointment as the new volleyball coach at SMHS.. Mrs. Bunch joined the SMHS science department in January. She attended Sequoyah High School and TTU. Bunch assisted with the SMHS Softball program this past Spring. Best of luck to Coach Bunch and the Lady Panthers Volleyball program as they begin preparations for the upcoming season!

Kids Wildlife Day July 22nd at the Visitor Center

Kids Wildlife Day July 22nd at the Visitor Center
Submitted: Beth Davis Monday May 18, 2015

The Crossville-Cumberland County Visitor Center will host Kids Wildlife Day on July 22nd from noon to 4 p.m. Enjoy live owl demonstrations, snakes and other animals, mounted animal displays, face painting and refreshments. The Visitors Center is located at 176 River Otter Drive across from Stone Memorial High School in Crossville. For more information contact Beth Davis at 931-787-1755 or .


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