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Fireworks, sign change get council OK
While the April Crossville City Council meeting was generally a calm one, there were some fireworks on the agenda.Continued ...
- Spring jamboree
- Suspect charged in Sportsman Club break-in
- Panel discusses auditing hotel/motel tax collections
- Repent burglar must serve time
- Fireworks, sign change get council OK
Andy Carey and Meghan Server were the high overall boy and girl winners in the annual Doug Server Shoot-on-the-Mountain. From left are Andy Carey, Kenny Carey (assistant coach) and Meghan Server.
Clay Crushers host Server Shoot-on-the-Mountain
The third annual Doug Server Shoot-On-The–Mountain was held April 5 at the Sportsman Club on Shorty Barnes Rd.
- OH GOOD GRIEF: Martin out as Vol hoop coach
- Ledbetter pitches Jets over Cookeville
- Panthers lose to Rhea County
- Lady Jets win Plateau Classic
- Clay Crushers host Server Shoot-on-the-Mountain
Wynell Bush talks Jonathon Petrovit through the steps of weaving on a loom.
Kids get creative at Youth Expo
Cumberland Artisans for Creative Expression (CACE) held its annual Youth Expo Saturday, providing young people an opportunity to try their hand at a variety of artistic endeavors, from music and writing to painting and traditional crafts of weaving and spinning.
- AROUND THE TOWN: The Easter egg hunt that never was
- Jay Fox performs for seniors after receiving new prosthesis
- Marriage licenses
- PLEASANT HILL RAMBLINGS: Pancake breakfast held for cancer research
- Kids get creative at Youth Expo
LION AND THE LAMB: Four ways to demonstrate opposition
Marcus Borg and John Dominic Crossan mention in their book, “The Last Week,” that Roman-occupied Palestine during the first century was under the control of Pontius Pilate who lived in the coastal city of Caesarea. Each year at the beginning of the Passover observance when Jews celebrated their liberation from Egypt, Pilate feared that they might be getting ideas about revolting from Rome, so he would come with additional soldiers on horses to beef up the Roman garrison in Jerusalem.
- WE THE PEOPLE: Is it (new) party time?
- TIDBITS: I found it at the library
- STUMPTALK: The reason words have meaning
- Lion and the Lamb: Do we really believe in democracy?
- LION AND THE LAMB: Four ways to demonstrate opposition
- Things To Do
CCP to interpret ‘Anne Frank’ for the deaf
On Thursday, April 24, at 7:30 p.m., Cumberland County Playhouse will present a special performance of "The Diary of Anne Frank" that will be interpreted for the deaf and hearing impaired.
- Free movies to be shown at Rocky Top 10
- Swing Street Band in concert May 1
- Palace welcomes Terry King April 12
- Community chorus sets dates for spring concerts
- CCP to interpret ‘Anne Frank’ for the deaf