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With the upcoming Memorial Day holiday, the City of Crossville is announcing that there will be an "out of vase" period at the Crossville City Cemetery which will run from May 25th through June 15th. Per City ordinance, flowers are only allowed in vases attached to memorial stones or on saddles attached to memorial stones. During the "out of vase" period the City will allow loose flowers, arrangements or memorials to be placed on the site on or around the graves. All items must be removed from the grounds on or before June 15th.
Some trucking companies have hired the law firm of former FBI Director Louis Freeh in their lawsuit against Pilot Flying J over allegations that the nation's largest diesel fuel retailer bilked customers out of rebates. The FBI alleges members of Pilot's sales team deliberately withheld rebates to boost Pilot profits. No criminal charges have been filed.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol will hold a memorial service tomorrow for its fallen troopers. The event is in honor of National Police Week. Forty-one Tennessee troopers have died in the line of duty.
The U.S. Senate has passed a bill that includes legislation aimed at halting controversial fishing restrictions near Cumberland River Dams. Sen. Lamar Alexander co-sponsored a measure to halt the restrictions passed as part of the Water Resources Development Act. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has begun implementing a ban on fishing from boats both above and below Cumberland River watershed dams, including Center Hill Dam. The Corps says the ban is for the safety of boaters, but fishermen have been vocal in their opposition to losing access to what they say are prime fishing spots. The legislation would delegate enforcement of fishing restrictions to state wildlife agencies, taking it out of the hands of the Corps.
Six Lady Jets track team members will be competing for their state competition medals next week after qualifying in three different events at the track and field sectionals at Rhea County High School on Tuesday, May 14th. The CCHS girls 4X800 relay team (Marissa Vincent, Anna Holt Shaw, Brianna Taylor, and Jennifer Hedgecoth) placed fourth behind Riverdale, Rhea County, and Soddy Daisy. Taonna Miller placed second in the 400 meter dash with a time of 1:00.53. Kassidy Sommer placed fourth in the varsity girls 3200 meter run with at time of 12:07.46. All six Lady Jets will represent Cumberland County High School next week at the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association State Track and Field meet on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro. (Pictured - 4x800 relay team members)