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UPDATE: CCHS Graduation Thursday Night, SMHS Graduation Friday Night
Thursday May 18, 2017

The Cumberland County High School graduation ceremony for the Class of 2017 is Thursday, May 18, 2017 ,outside, at 6:30 p.m. at Jet Stadium. The gates will open at 5 p.m. In the case of rain or inclement weather, ceremonies will be moved into the gymnasium.

Stone Memorial High School seniors graduate Friday, May 19th at 6:30 pm . Due to impending inclement weather, Stone Memorial HS will hold their graduation ceremony in the main gym tomorrow (May 19) at 6:30 pm. Overflow will be via a livestream in the auditorium. Doors will open at 4:45 p.m. for family and friends to enter the ceremony. Each graduate will receive 8 tickets to distribute to their friends and family. We encourage everyone to arrive early for prime seating. Reserving seats will not be permitted.

 


Rhea County Amber Alert Teen Could Be Tried As Adult
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday May 18, 2017

Trinity Quinn, the 15-year-old Rhea County girl for whom an Amber Alert was issued, could be tried as an adult for her part in the fatal shooting of a Nashville gas station clerk while on the run with 28-year-old Daniel Clark earlier this month. The DA reportedly wants to try Quinn as an adult and a hearing has been scheduled for September. 7. Due to her age, Quinn would not get the death sentence but she could be sent to prison for life.

 


Secretary Hargett to Present Grants in Morgan, Rhea, Roane and White Counties
Secretary of State Tre Hargett Thursday May 18, 2017

Secretary of State Tre Hargett will present grants in Morgan, Rhea, Roane and White counties this week. The grants, distributed through the Tennessee State Library and Archives, will fund library technology training and microfilm reader/scanner purchases. Friday morning, May 19, 2017 Secretary Hargett will be in Wartburg to present the Morgan County Archives with a $3,697 grant for a Microfilm Reader/Scanner. Later that same morning he will be in Kingston to give their Public Library a $9,900 grant for Library Technology Training, Hargett will then travel to Spring City where the Audrey Pack Memorial Library will get a $6,543 Library Technology Training Grant. The Secretary of State will compete his rounds this Friday with a trip to Sparta to present the White County Public Library with an $8,357.40 grant for Library Technology Training.

 


PLANNED POWER OUTAGE FOR FAIRFIELD GLADE AND HEBBERTSBURG AREA
VEC Thursday May 18, 2017

Volunteer Energy Cooperative will have an outage in Fairfield Glade and the Hebbertsburg area beginning at 11:00 pm, Friday, May 19 and will last approximately six hours. The purpose of this outage is to install two poles at the junction of Peavine Rd and Snead. Also, the crews will be making wiring connections at this location. Due to the dangers of this operation, it is impossible for our crews to safely perform this work with energized lines. Please contact the local office 931-484-3527 for more information.

 


Woman Dies in Weekend Residential Fire
Crossville Chronicle/Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday May 17, 2017

A weekend residential fire has claimed the life of a Cumberland County woman. The Crossville Chronicle reports that 55-year-old Patricia Perry, formerly of Florida, died after a blaze broke out Saturday night in her mobile home in the 2000 block of Lowe Road. Another occupant, Kenneth Bell, said he fell asleep on the couch and awoke to flames in the front rooms. Bell fled the single-wide. Perry reportedly had already gone to the bedroom and was unable to escape. The Cumberland County Fire Department was dispatched around 8 p.m. and arrived to flames shooting out of the front door and windows. Perry's body has been sent to the Medical Examiner's Office in Nashville to determine cause of death. Cumberland County Fire Chief Trevor Kerley told the Crossville Chronicle that the cause of the blaze was undetermined at the time of his report, however, he saw no indication that the fire was not an accident.

 

 
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