EVERYONE WANTS SCHOOL OFFICERS (SRO) – PAYING FOR THEM A DIFFERENT STORY

School Resource Officers was one topic of the Cumberland County BOE meeting – four more officers to be exact. The Cumberland County Board Of Education wants to transfer $233,000 to the County Commission which will then give the money to the Sheriff’s Department to fund four additional School Resource Officers. But this is proving to be…

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PUBLIC ASKED TO HELP LOCATE THIEVES WHO STOLE FROM HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

Crossville police are seeking information on a theft that occurred on 11-04-2014. Just after dark, two white males took items from the drop-off dock of the Habitat for Humanity store on Dooley Street. Suspects were driving a mid 90’s, White, Chevrolet S-10, extended cab pick-up truck. If you have any information on any persons involved,…

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ARCTIC BLAST TO BRING SUB-FREEZING TEMPS AND SNOW BY WEEKEND

Get your long johns out – it’s about to get cold, very very cold.  Take a walk outside today and enjoy the nice weather for it’s about to turn frigid. An arctic blast of air will be slowly falling south all week long.  The first taste of the cold temps will arrive Thursday night into…

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VETERAN’S DAY CEREMONY BEGINS AT 10:30 AM DOWNTOWN – SOME STREETS CLOSED

Motorists in Crossville are advised that portions of 4th Street and Rector Avenue will be closed from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 11 for a Veteran’s Day ceremony at Veteran’s Memorial Park on Main Street. The event begins at 10:30 with the Cumberland County Community Band and the public is encouraged to…

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