Arthur Frederick Hackett, 59, to Jayne Marrie Merritt, 52, both of Crossville.
Jason Clyde Pugh, 36, to Brittany Nicole Fox, 19, both of Crossville.
Samuel Wesley Reed, 40, to Cynthia Leigh Fedrick, 38, both of Grandview.
Charles Donald Hargrove, 40, to Carlyn Bernardino, 24, both of Crossville.
Joel Douglas Hampton, 73, to Sara Jean Duffy, 71, both of Crossville.
Jerry Lynn Kirkland, 29, to Sonya Lynn Cross, 33, both of Crossville.
Phillip Ray Shepherd, 33, to Bethany Lania Moser, 25, both of Crossville.
Conrad Welch, 78, to Jane Patricia Mason, 72, both of Crossville.
Earl Carl Brady, 30, of Crab Orchard, to Brandi Nicole Lane, 21, of Crossville.
Corey Dighton Oliver, 37, to Camille Deshea Thompson, 32, both of Crossville.
Frederick Paul Aniello, 65, to Joy Hamby Larkin, 53, both of Crossville.
Brian Jay Pennell, 32, to Christine Karri Lewis, 28, both of Crossville.
Christopher Lynn Pugh, 24, to Jacklyn Alexis Lavigne, 19, both of Crossville.
Scotty Joe Brown, 57, to Debra Shirlene Threet, 49, both of Crossville.
Nalor Small, 19, Laurel, DE, to Nina Loretta Ann Pierce, 18, of Hendersonville, TN.
James Scott Anderson, 29, of Pleasant Hill, to Katrina Marie Freeman, 28, of Crossville.
AROUND THE TOWN: Two childhood faves celebrate milestones
Two pop culture icons are celebrating milestones this year: Mattel’s Barbie doll and the movie The Wizard of Oz. Barbie turns 55, and Oz is 75. Ironically, they are my two childhood favorites.
Master Gardener classes to begin
Once again spring is just around the corner. For all the Cumberland County residents who would like to learn more about plants, soil, bugs (good and bad) and all that it takes to be a successful gardener, the University of Tennessee, through the Extension office, is offering the Master Gardener training course.
Seniors enjoy oldies from Days Gone By
The 127 Senior Center gathered together Friday, Feb. 28, to socialize with coffee, goodies and chit chat. They played billiards, dominos and bingo, which was called by Arlene Simmons and Helen Lord, and the gifts were provided by Dr. M. Stewart Galloway, ophthalmologist.
PLATEAU GARDENING: Feeding and counting birds
A heavy mast crop last fall was one sign that led those who use old-time folk lore to predict conditions to warn that the winter of 2013-'14 would be bad. It was a good call. March blasts of arctic air make seeking out the remaining seeds, berries and nuts a matter of survival for wild birds and animals. Insect-eating creatures find food scarcer due to cold, as well.
Pleasant Hill’s modern-day ‘Renaissance Man’
Tom Eckert is a modern “Renaissance Man.” Growing up in Dayton, OH, music and art were significant elements in the development of his life. He spent many afternoons roaming the halls of the Dayton Art Institute.
Daniels to entertain at Fair Park
Lonnie Daniels worked as a school teacher in the White County schools, but did better with his upholstery shop in the basement of his home. He is better known to many as the leader of the very musical and famous Daniels Family Band.
COMMUNITY OF CHARACTER: Talking about fairness
Fairness is concerned with actions and processes that are morally right, honorable and equitable. From an early age, people develop strong opinions about what is fair and what isn’t. However, fairness is one of the most difficult core ethical values to define because it’s often a matter of perception. People tend to view decisions that help them as “fair” and those that don’t as “unfair.”
Quilts old and new needed
It's once again time for the Stitch and Share Show – Quilts Old and New, sponsored by the Stitch, Show and Share Quilt Guild in Sparta. It will be May 2-3 at the Agricultural Building on the White County Fairgrounds. Hours are Friday, May 2, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, May 3, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission fee is $5.
TAD Center plans several events for March
The month of March begins tomorrow and that means a host of activities are planned by the TAD Center. Tomorrow, March 1, is the annual three-on-three basketball tournament.
Archives seeking historic photographs
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. The Cumberland County Archives and Family Heritage Center is looking for historic photographs of Cumberland County people and places. Early county schools, churches and families – hopefully with people identified — are just some of the topics they are hoping to find.
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