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High School Basketball
Vince / Steve Friday February 16, 2018

The Cumberland County High School Jets trailed late in their District 7AA Tournament semifinal match-up with Marion County, but rallied to post a 66-62 victory over the Warriors. The win moves the Jets, the regular season District champs and the top seed in the tournament, into the Championship game Saturday night at 7:30 at Bledsoe County High School. CCHS has now won 12 games in a row and improves to 20 and 7 this season.
Friday the 25 and 2 Cumberland County High School Lady Jets will take on the host team, the Bledsoe County Lady Warriors, in the girl's Championship game. The tip is set for 7:30 and all CCHS postseason action airs live on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.

Saturday the Stone Memorial High School teams will see their first action in the District 6AAA Tournament at Rhea County High School. The Panthers are scheduled to play Warren County at 3:30 and the Lady Panthers will take the court at 5:00 against the winner of Friday's Warren County vs. Cookeville game. Your home for SMHS Panther and Lady Panther basketball is Mix 99.3.


Free Flu Shot Friday At Cumb. Co. Health Dept.
Christy Brawner, RN/Nursing Supervisor,Cumb. Co. Health Dept. Friday February 16, 2018

The Cumberland County Health Department is offering free, fast-track flu vaccines this Friday, February 16, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 1 pm. The current flu season is expected to be active for several more weeks and it is not too late to get your flu shot. Vaccination is still the best protection we have against this serious and deadly illness. The Tennessee Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a yearly flu vaccine for everyone aged six months and older.


Nine Flu Deaths in Tennessee
Friday February 16, 2018

In the state of Tennessee, eight children and one pregnant woman have passed away due to the flu, according to the Tennessee Department of Health.
The deaths were associated with seasonal flu during the current flu season. The updated number of deaths in the state was released Thursday.
Those with the Department of Health urged the public to get vaccinated and reminded everyone that free flu vaccines can be found at all public health clinics.
If you do become sick, health officials have urged you to stay at home, wash your hands frequently, and cough into your sleeve to prevent the flu from spreading.


Tennessee AG requests 8 execution dates before June
AP Friday February 16, 2018

Tennessee's attorney general wants the state Supreme Court to set eight execution dates before June 1, saying it's uncertain whether officials can get the lethal injection chemicals after that.
Attorney General Herbert Slatery's court filing Thursday says juries delivered death sentences decades ago, and each man has exhausted the three-tier appeals process.
The state's last execution was in 2009.
Slatery cited "ongoing difficulty" getting lethal injection drugs.
The filing says Tennessee uses a three-drug combination because death-penalty opponents worked with pharmaceutical companies to prevent Tennessee from obtaining the single drug it used, pentobarbital, while unsuccessfully suing over its use.
The filing says defendants want to delay execution to challenge the three-drug mix.
Three others are scheduled for 2018 executions. One has exhausted appeal options. He's scheduled to die Aug. 9.


TVA Discusses New Pricing Structure
Friday February 16, 2018

TVA said it is moving to a new pricing system aimed at averting "sticker shock" during periods of extreme heat or cold.
Officials said January 2018 in the Tennessee Valley was brutal. With weather dropping into the teens and twenties, conditions were harsh - for humans and for heaters. As a result, many consumers were surprised with unusually high power bills caused by the unusually low temperatures.
Cass Larson, TVA's vice president of Pricing and Contracts, said TVA is working on a wholesale rate change that will modernize its pricing structure by lowering energy rates and adding a fixed rate charge to access the power grid.
Mr. Larson said he and his team are still working through the details of the rate change in partnership with local power companies, but consumers will have a chance to provide feedback through a public comment period.


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