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Cruikshank cattle called Cumberland County home
Sept. 23, 1903, Chronicle reports, “The members of the Christian Church here are preparing to erect a church building on the corner lot facing Webb Avenue and the Rockwood Road. Dr. Thomas Snodgrass owned a block of lots near the Academy (Webster Academy) and before he died made the offer of a corner lot for the building of a Christian Church.Continued ...
- Steak and Potatoes Field Day set Aug. 5
- Man dies while in custody
- Hole in one highlights day one of Women's Open
- City praised by school officials
- Cruikshank cattle called Cumberland County home
From left, Mayor J.H. Graham, Matt Vanderpool, TGA executive director; Kendall Martindale; FFG Director of Golf Steve Kraft; Lauren Stratton; and Stonehenge professional Warren Huddldeson.
Women's Open under way through Saturday
The 16th annual Golf Capital of Tennessee Women's Open Championship is under way through Saturday at Stonehenge Golf Club; however, activities kicked off Wednesday evening at the Fairfield Glade Conference Center with a dinner for the players and volunteers.
- Clay Crushers bring home two medals from national competition
- 16 under par claims Steinmann tournament victory
- Golf Capital of Tennessee Women's Open Championship gets under way Thursday
- CCHS opens golf season
- Women's Open under way through Saturday
All things related to water were celebrated Saturday at the Obed Watershed Community Association's Waterfest and Family Fun Day, sponsored by the city of Crossville and held at Meadow Park Lake. Kayaking was one of the many activities offered.
Lion and the Lamb: A promised land?
Back in biblical times there was a group of people who believed that God had promised them a segment of land on this planet that would be theirs forever. Who could have known back then that this ancient promise and territorial justification would be used by their descendants today to claim the same segment of land?
- We the People: Bring back the American dream
- Tidbits: Taking a low-tech break
- Stumptalk: Governing before and after mass corruption
- We the People: The last dance
- Lion and the Lamb: A promised land?
- Things To Do
"Front Page News" held over in Dayton
Cumberland County Playhouse and its producing partner The Scopes Festival in Dayton, TN, have added three more performances of "Front Page News," the newly adapted, historically accurate play with music, currently being staged in the historic “monkey trial” courtroom in Dayton’s Rhea County Courthouse. Additional shows of the new work are Saturday at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m., and the final show Sunday at 2:30 p.m. All times are EDT.
- Scarcrow Walk set Oct. 4-31 in Granville
- Conlee to perform at Palace
- 'Friday Night Air' features City Lites
- Gypsy, Front Page News open this weekend
- "Front Page News" held over in Dayton