WHY CUMBERLAND CO SCHOOLS DECIDED TO CLOSE ON MONDAY FOR ECLIPSE

Thursday, August 17, 2017Many parents were scratching their heads, wondering why there was a reversal in plans to keep Cumberland County Schools open Monday – Eclipse Day.  Originally, the plan was to keep schools open and give the students an excused absence for the day if parents wished to keep the kids home.  This seemed…

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WHAT’S THE WEATHER FOR ECLIPSE GOING TO BE LIKE?

Thursday, August 17, 2017We’ve been tracking all the weather prediction sites for the past week to get an idea of what the weather will be like this Monday for the eclipse.  It’s looking better every day.  When we first started tracking the weather a few days ago, there was  40 to 50 percent chance of…

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TENNESSEE LAW PATROLS PLAN FOR CHAOS ON ECLIPSE MONDAY

Tuesday, August 15, 2017NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) – As families put their finishing touches on plans for the total solar eclipse, law enforcement agencies across Middle Tennessee are preparing to keep them safe. More than 200,000 more people are expected in Middle Tennessee Aug. 21. Lt. Bill Miller with the Tennessee Highway Patrol said the weekend leading…

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ALERT: IMPORTANT INFO – CUMBERLAND CO MAYOR’S OFFICE REGARDING SOLAR GLASSES

Tuesday, August 15, 2017PRESS RELEASE: CUMBERLAND COUNTY MAYOR KENNETH CAREY JR. OFFICE RE: SOLAR ECLIPSE GLASSES DISTRIBUTED BY ART CIRCLE PUBLIC LIBRARY The office of Cumberland County Mayor Kenneth Carey Jr. has received notification that the SOLAR ECLIPSE glasses distributed recently by the Art Circle Public Library  were not CONFIRMED by the vendor as being…

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