Raymond Robert Russell Henry, 29, to Whitney Ann Young, 22, both of Crossville.
James Keith Griffith, 42, to Michelle Jeanene Johnson, 45, both of Crossville.
Joseph Ryan Skowronski, 29, to Ashley Marie Feltz, 28, both of Lima, OH.
David Blake Shillings, 20, to Colby Jene Bridges, 21, both of Crossville.
Adam Mitchell Clements, 27, to Glenda Leann Sands, 27, both of Crossville.
William Clayton Coulter, 29, of Jamestown, to Bethany Dawn George, 27, of Crossville.
Kerry Glen Eller, 39, to Misty Dawn Tucker, 33, both of Crossville.
William Travis Stephens, 26, to Samantha Lyghann Fish, 25, both of Crossville.
Gabriel Lynn Clayborn, 24, to Shannon Marie Larsen, 27, both of Crossville.
Jacob Randall Davenport, 27, to Kelli Grace Tipton, 22, both of Crossville.
Jeffrey Louis Santiago, 59, to Blythe Marie McColley, 50, both of Homestead, FL.
Michael Amasa Smith, 43, to Tahisha Ann Freeman, 39, both of Crossville.
Shaun Michael Hinds, 24, to Emily Diane Miles, 21, both of Crossville.
George Robert Davis, 54, to Janis Neal LaFeir, 66, both of Rockwood.
David Carrington Harris, 57, to Terri Lyn Martin, 49, both of Crossville.
Dustin Cecil Burgess, 23, to Delinda Jewell Moberly, 38, both of Crossville.
Robert Michael Landis, 35, to Carrie Amanda Pedigo, 34, both of Crossville.
Tommy Randal Smith, 24, to Katie Marie Pasquinelly, 21, both of Crossville.
William Everett Benge, 26, to Fawn Marie Norris, 25, both of Crossville.
Christian Counseling Center celebrating 12 years
Help the Christian Counseling Center of Cumberland County (C5) celebrate 12 years of community service. Dine at Ruby Tuesday of Crossville Aug. 8, 9 or 10. Print the flyer from the center’s website, www.cccotp.org, and give it to the server.
A Time 4 Paws collecting shoes to help Soles4Souls in fight against global poverty
Attention anyone with a closet! Those shoes no longer wanted are desperately needed to fight the human tragedy of global poverty.
Parkinson’s therapies help patients live big and loud
Parkinson’s disease has famously affected the lives of celebrities like Michael J. Fox and Muhammad Ali. But whether a person with Parkinson’s is world famous or a next-door neighbor, new therapies are offering hope for a better quality of life.
Local art event planned at CATS
Plans are being made for an event sponsored by the CATS Gallery at the Palace Theatre, 72 South Main St., Crossville, Tuesday, Aug. 5, beginning at 6 p.m. There will be refreshments, music and an opportunity to view a performance painting by artist Chuck Jensen. A live auction of donated art pieces will begin at 7:30 p.m. with the opportunity to "Be a Cool Cat — Buy Local Art." There is free admission, but it is advisable to get a free ticket at the CATS Gallery in the middle section of the Crossville Mall, at the Palace Theatre or from any participating member of CATS. During the event, original art items including paintings, photographs, and jewelry will be offered for auction, such as this expressive waterfall painting by Carole Cullen.
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Heritage demonstrators welcome
Most of Americans today never stop to think how different our lives would have been several hundred years ago. How many times a day do we wash our hands, and do we ever realize when we take those hot showers and lather up, the long all-day process our ancestors had to go through just to make a bar of soap? Not to mention packing water to the house and heating it up over a wood fire just to have a bath and wash clothes. Times are changing faster than ever.
Mathes restores a bit of Pleasant Hill's history
Miss Alice Adshead, RN, created a “wilderness trail” through the woods just down the hill from Uplands Sanatorium, the first hospital in Cumberland County once located on Main St. in Pleasant Hill.
Prune flowering shrubs: now or wait until February?
Experts say, “Don’t prune woody-stemmed plants (shrubs, trees and some types of vines) after mid-August.” Do pay close attention to that advice. The purpose of this late-season pruning prohibition is to keep plants healthy.
Burgess Falls offers a big payoff for a short hike
At Burgess Falls, you can be out of your car and taking in the breathtaking view of the Falling Water River as it falls 136 feet in the third and final drop of the river with just a short walk through the woods.
But even though the state park is close to civilization, this natural wonder retains its wild and scenic reputation.
Colonial Dames honors members with luncheon
The John McKnitt Chapter Colonial Dames 17th Century held its May meeting at the home of Joyce Ernst. Those present were Sherry Sneed, Jessie Watts, Dot Brodhag, Kandy B. Smith, Lynn Constan, Donna Hamilton, Margaret Markum, Lana Davis, Sara Tripiciano, Jane Tavernier, Joyce Ernst, Kathy Wilson, Charlotte Reynolds, and Cheryl Chrobot. President Lana Davis welcomed the ladies and followed with the opening ritual.
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