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City OKs HCP contract extension
While a small group of people have opposed the Cumberland Habitat Conservation Plan process, a majority of city council members voted to extend the contract to continue the development of the plan for at least an additional year.Continued ...
- Prichard to host summer camps
- Citizen wants to raise funds for new animal shelter
- Drasal awarded Legion of Honor
- Working on the trail
- City OKs HCP contract extension
CCHS senior Logan Parsons will be joining older brother, Caleb, and former SMHS players Brandon Cole, Robert Trioino, Luke Matthews and Tyler Yoder at Bryan College in Dayton for the 2014-15 school year, after signing scholarship papers Monday morning in the school library. From left are, seated, Bryan College assistant coach Bryan Lawhon; Bryan College head coach Don Rekoskie, Logan Parsons and Caleb Parsons; and standing, CCHS principal Jon Hall, Bruce Parsons, Trevor Parsons, Jennifer Parsons, CCHS head coach Will Foster and CCHS assistant coach Blaine Moore.
Parsons signs with Bryan College
Cumberland County High School senior Logan Parsons will be joining older brother, Caleb, and former SMHS players Brandon Cole, Robert Trioino, Luke Matthews and Tyler Yoder at Bryan College in Dayton for the 2014-15 school year.
- Ledbetter, Shaw lead Jets over Panthers 4-1
- Lady Jets fall 14-2 to CAK
- Panthers shut out 13-0 at Powell
- Burns’ single gives SMHS walk-off 4-3 win over Jets
- Parsons signs with Bryan College
Eric and Missy Wright navigate one of the 318 curves along the 11-mile stretch known as Tail of the Dragon, with Kevin Dean close behind. While Tail of the Dragon has achieved national acclaim for its twists and turns, there are many rides to be found in the Upper Cumberland that are great fun for motorcycle riders.
Road Trip: Region offers challenges, rewards for two-wheeled motorists
Spring is in the air, and on the road. As the temperatures have steadily risen, so have the number of motorcycles you can find on the road any given weekend, as riders take to two wheels to explore the twisting roads that wind through the region.
- Around the Town: Stars will be shining in county this weekend
- FOL sets spring book sale
- Melling, Sounds of the Country at Hebbertsburg Community Center
- Marriage licenses (Published April 23, 2014)
- Road Trip: Region offers challenges, rewards for two-wheeled motorists
Lion and the Lamb: Our war on women
Jimmy Carter, who was president from 1977 to 1981, has had quite an impressive career as an author. His first book was published in 1975, and he has now written a total of 37 books, 23 of them after his presidency. He has set a high example for other past presidents, especially those who would like to find ways of being as beneficial to their nation as possible in the days after their retirement.
- Tidbits: "Selfie" destruction
- Stumptalk: It depends on what you mean
- LION AND THE LAMB: Four ways to demonstrate opposition
- WE THE PEOPLE: Is it (new) party time?
- Lion and the Lamb: Our war on women
- Things To Do
Kellye Cash stars in 'Annie Get Your Gun'
Cumberland County Playhouse starts May off with a bang as they present Irving Berlin’s beloved musical "Annie Get Your Gun," starring Tennessee’s Miss America Kellye Cash as sharpshooter Annie Oakley. Set to one of Berlin’s most famous scores, the show contains such classics as “There’s No Business Like Show Business," “Doin’ What Comes Naturally," “You Can’t Get a Man With a Gun," “They Say It’s Wonderful," “My Defenses Are Down” and “Anything You Can Do.”
- Hospice to sponsor Lucas’ Mother’s Day show
- Ronnie McDowell to play Palace may 2
- CCP hosts Rigney Family Bluegrass Band Sunday
- CCP to interpret ‘Anne Frank’ for the deaf
- Kellye Cash stars in 'Annie Get Your Gun'