Ryan James Kurtz, 32, to Melissa Leah Sherwood, 31, both of Crossville.
Jonathan Neal Human, 29, to Ashleigh Lauren Metoyer, 20, both of Crab Orchard.
Nathan Randall Warner, 21, to Jadaya Lea Taylor, 18, both of Crossville.
Dennis Ray Kerns, 57, to Ramona Ann Kerns, 48, both of Crossville.
Chad Michael Creamer, 27, to Amber Nicole White, 23, both of Crossville.
William Cecil Gunter, 35, to Erin Elizabeth Page, 34, both of Crossville.
Arvil Earl Lee, 72, to Opal Wilene Turner, 72, both of Crossville.
Travis Lee Hall, 30, of Crossville, to Jennifer Rose Hollandsworth, 26, of Gurnee, IL.
Travis Thomas Berry, 23, to Jennifer Nicole Gragg, 22, both of Rockwood.
Walter Lee Russell, 28, to September Dawn Guillory, 26, both of Crossville.
Rocky Darrell Davenport Jr., 20, to Sabrena Danielle Pelfrey, 19, both of Crossville.
Jonathon Patrick Wyatt, 21, of Monterey, to Sierra Nichole Smith, 20, of Jamestown.
- Enjoying a day on the water
Around the Town: There's plenty to look forward to this month
Ready or not, here it comes! It is August, and that means an onslaught of activities, such as tax free weekend, back to school, election day, the 127 Yard Sale, football and the fair, are all rolling into Cumberland County over the next few weeks.
Single-stream recycling tour planned
A single-stream recycling tour will be Tuesday, Aug. 5, at 9 a.m. at the Solid Waste and Recycling Center Office at 20 Maryetta St. (in the old hardware store building).
Gun and Knife Show to feature birds of prey
The Cumberland County Community Complex will be the site of an educational and informative birds of prey program provided free of charge complements of the Cumberland Mountain State Park Rangers.
FFG Resident Services presents painting to the Pat Summitt Foundation
A dramatic portrait of Pat Summitt, painted by Chuck Jensen, was presented to the Pat Summitt Foundation by Fairfield Glade Resident Services at its Community Information Event on memory care.
Zarola entertains 127 Seniors
The members of the 127 South Senior Center met Friday, July 25, for bingo and Mexican Train domino game. Conversation, along with coffee and sweets, was enjoyed by all. Helen Lord called the bingo numbers, and the prizes were furnished by Eye Centers of Tennessee. Life Care Center checked everyone's blood pressures.
- Marriage licenses (Published July 30, 2014)
Habitat celebrates 55th home dedication
Anne Crisp is excited that she and her two daughters have a home to call their own. Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity (CCHFH) dedicated the 55th home to be built in partnership with low-income families. Crisp put more than 500 hours of "sweat equity" into her home and has completed 50 hours of self-improvement, where she attended classes on budgeting, home maintenance and good neighbor among others.
Gypsy Rose to visit Fair Park
The Cumberland County Playhouse is currently performing the award-winning Broadway play “Gypsy.” A great American story set during the 1920s fading vaudeville circuit, "Gypsy" portrays the rise of famed burlesque performer and stage mother Gypsy Rose Lee as she journeys across the country with her mother and sister during a time when Vaudeville was dying and burlesque was born. The complex character of Rose could be described as bold and brassy, as she steamrolls everyone in her way to turn her daughters June and Louise into child stars.
Match August garden tasks to plant biology
During all seasons in temperate climates like ours the greenery around us is changing. New shoots appear and leaves pop out of swollen buds after spring rains.
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