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Roads Collapse in Cumberland County Due to Flooding


Roads Collapse in Cumberland County Due to Flooding
Peg Broadcasting News Sunday April 23, 2017

It was a busy weekend for the Cumberland County Highway Department due to heavy rains that eroded area roadways. Robin Young Griffin reported on the Department’s Facebook page that portions of Dunbar Road and Clint Lowe Road were flooded when the lakes in Tansi overflowed their banks. At least two vehicles trying to cross the flooded roads were reportedly washed into creeks. In Cumberland Cove, barricades went up on Cow Pens Road and Walker Hollow Road after large sections of both roads collapsed due to flooding. Several other roads were also damaged. Check out the videos and pictures on the Cumberland Highway Department Facebook page.

(Photo courtesy Cumb. Co. Hwy. Dept.)

 


Cumb. Co. Middle School Golf Team Scores Three More Victories
Amy Reed Saturday April 22, 2017

The Cumberland County Middle School Golf Team posted three more victories this week improving their record to 10-0. Tuesday, Cumberland County traveled to White Plains Golf Club and posted a 170 to Algood’s 209. Medalist was Brady Brewer with a 41, Leif Smith was runner-up with a 42, and Jaxon Reed finished with a 43 and Nick Horvath a 44. Jordan Herring was runner-up in the Girls division with a 52. In Thursday’s action Cumberland County played host to Overton County and Prescott Middle at Bear Trace Golf Club. Scores were CC 171, OC 190, and PMS 212. Brady Brewer had an outstanding round posting a 38. Leif Smith and Tucker Christopher 44 each and Nick Horvath 45. Jordan Herring was girls medalist with a 53.

 
Chasey Chase’em Wanted Person No. 24: Rebecca Anne Wasson


Chasey Chase’em Wanted Person No. 24: Rebecca Anne Wasson
Submitted: LT. Brian Eckelson, Crimestoppers Coordinator/Public Information Officer - Crossville Pol Saturday April 22, 2017

The Crossville-Cumberland County Crimestoppers needs your help in trackig down Rebecca Anne Wasson who is wanted for Failure to Appear on Domestic Assault, Theft of Merchandise and Violation of Child Support. Rebecca Anne Wasson is a 34-year-old white female, known to frequent the Pinewood Drive area of Cumberland County. If you know where she is hiding out, please call the Crimestoppers Tip Hotline at 931-200-1173. There will be a minimum $200 payout for information leading to the arrest of this profiled person!

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FOCCAS 5 Run has been rescheduled for Saturday May 6
Saturday April 22, 2017

The FOCCAS 5 Run has been rescheduled for Saturday May 6 at Cumberland Mountain State Park. The run starts at 8:30am and the walk at 9:30am. Registration begins at 7:30am. $30 for adults to run; $20 for students; $20 to " stay in the kennel" ( hang around and play with adoptable dogs ). For $10 folks can rent an adoptable dog to walk the route with them or they can bring their own dogs. Money raised from the run will help focus on Cumberland County Animal Shelter use the proceeds to go build a new Animal Shelter.

 


CCHS Prom will be held Saturday April 22
CCHS Staff Darcy Patton Saturday April 22, 2017

The Cumberland County High School prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd from 7pm-11pm at the Crossville Memorial Airport. Juniors and seniors are excited to celebrate a fun-filled evening dancing and making memories with friends. Safety is always a concern with large events such as these. Texting while driving or drinking and driving can ruin a special night very quickly. CCHS students, be safe and enjoy a wonderful evening with your classmates.

 

 
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