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Cumberland County Schools will be CLOSED on Monday August 21. Students and staff will be offered a pair of viewing glasses to watch the Great American Eclipse with their families. Christian Academy of the Cumberlands Closed, Monday, August 21 - Crossville Christian School Closed Monday, August 21 - Bledsoe County School on Monday, August 21 - Fentress County Schools will dismiss at 10:30 a.m. Monday, August 21 - Morgan County Schools will dismiss at 11:30 a.m. ET, Monday, August 21 - Putnam County Schools Closed on Monday, August 21 - Rhea County Schools Closed Monday, August 21 - Roane County Schools Closed Monday, August 21 - Listen to Win tickets to Splash Country, Dollywood, Tennessee Aquarium, Creative Discover Museum, IMAX Theater and More!

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High School Football
Vince / Steve Saturday August 19, 2017

Both SMHS and CCHS fall in their first game of the season on Friday night.

At Stone Memorial after posting back-to-back 10 and 0 seasons the Panthers suffered their first regular season loss in over 1,000 days dropping a 35-14 decision to the Pioneers of East Ridge. Thomas Arnold and Thomas Vanvorhes each scored a touchdown for the Panthers. Friday, August 25, the Panthers will travel to Scott High. Catch the action on Mix 99.3.

The Jets traveled to Jamestown and York Institute cruised to a 46-0 victory. CCHS will play their home opener on Friday, August 25, as they entertain the Panthers from Powell High School in Knoxville. 102.5 WOW COUNTRY is your home for the Jets.

Crossville Man Charged With 4 Counts of Theft Over $500, Additional Charges Pending

Crossville Man Charged With 4 Counts of Theft Over $500, Additional Charges Pending
Cumb. Co. Sheriff's Office Facebook/Peg Broadcasting News Friday August 18, 2017

A Crossville man has been charged with 4 counts of Theft Over $500 and additional charges are pending. 55-year-old Jerry Lynn Davenport was apprehended after the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office conducted an investigation into allegations that Davenport, a registered sex offender, had obtained money from various victims by fraudulent means. Sheriff's Investigators were made aware of the multiple incidents by posts on social media. Sheriff Casey Cox thanks everyone who assisted with information in apprehending Davenport.

(Photo Courtesy Cumb. Co. Sheriiff's Office Facebook)


It's Football Time in Cumberland County
Gordon Stack Friday August 18, 2017

High School Football kicks off this Friday, August 18th in Cumberland County. The Stone Memorial Panthers will host the East Ridge Pioneers. Pre-game coverage begins at 6:15 and kick-off is 6:30 on MIX 99.3. The Cumberland Country Jets travel to Jamestown this Friday to take on the York Institute Dragons. Pre-game is 6:45 and kick-off is 7:00 on 102.5 WOW Country.


Tennessee's State Unemployment Rate Again Reaches Record All-Time Low at 3.4 Percent Broadcasting News Friday August 18, 2017

Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) Commissioner Burns Phillips announces the state has made history for the second consecutive month with a record-setting preliminary unemployment rate of 3.4 percent for July 2017. This exceeds the previous month?s revised rate of 3.6 percent by two- tenths of a percentage point.


TDOT Suspends Construction For Eclipse Travelers
TDOT/Peg Broadcasting News Friday August 18, 2017

The Tennessee Department of Transportation anticipates heavier than normal traffic on Tennessee's interstates and state routes during the eclipse event. To assist motorists, TDOT will suspend construction related lane closures and traffic restrictions from noon on Friday August 18th through noon on Tuesday August 22nd. On the day of the Great American Eclipse, Monday, August 21, TDOT will have resources stationed in numerous areas with the most traffic, particularly the interstates. TDOT will be working closely with Tennessee Highway Patrol and the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency. TDOT reminds motorists that it is illegal to park on the shoulders of the interstates and state highways for any reason other than an emergency. If you wish to view the Great American Eclipse, please exit the highway and park in a safe location so that everyone can enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime event.


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