+Court Day attracted a crowd and business was good – the paper’s office had its share.
+Mr. Lewis Bennett was in town and reported that a party of men were boring for oil or coal about 8 miles south of Crossville. It is supposed they are employed by Mr. Clinton of the Narrow Gauge, but of course they will give no information.
+Ad- Why did the women of this country use over thirteen million cakes of Proctor & Gamble Lenox soap in 1886? Buy a cake of Lenox and you will understand why.
+Senator George W. Poague has been in Crossville several days in the interest of a new fraternal and insurance secret organization for which he received a charter from the state at the last session of the legislature, It is called “Knights and Ladies order of the Red Cross”. The secret ritual contains much that is amusing as well as sublime.
+A recent letter received from the War Department advises that no names from this county will be included in the list of deserters soon to be published.
+A movement is on foot to establish a swimming pool and bath booths on Daddy’s Creek near the bridge on the Memphis-to-Bristol Highway eight miles east of Crossville.
+The Harrison Motor Company have their new visible gasoline measuring stick tank in operation.
+Dorchester Golf Course assistant pro Kip Henley finished with an 11th place tie in the Chattanooga Open.
+Steve Norris, local meteorologist and member of TV 10s Weather Watchers Network, has received certification as a Radio Weathercaster from the National Weather Association.
- Area News
Panel OKs budget amendments
The Cumberland County Budget Committee approved a $134,506 budget amendment for the Cumberland County Solid Waste Department in order to accept a grant from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation for enhanced waste oil collection.
Council votes to seek RFQs for wastewater operation
The city of Crossville has had a 20-year relationship with Veolia Water, the contractor that currently operates the wastewater treatment plant for the city, and while council members say they don't have a problem with the company's service, they have voted to send out requests for qualifications (RFQ) to determine if they have the best company operating the facility.
Police: Couple sets up house in Tansi pool
A Lake Tansi couple who suddenly found themselves without shelter set up a temporary home in an indoor pool area at the resort/retirement community, according to police arrest reports.
- Certifying early voting machines
Mobile Vet Center in town Wednesday
The Department of Veterans Affairs will have a Mobile Vet Center (MVC) in Crossville at the Cumberland County Community Complex 1398 Livingston Rd. on Wednesday, April 16. MVC 844 will be at the Community Complex from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The Palm Tree Revisited
Palm Sunday is right around the corner. Since we don't have palm trees in our neck of the woods, there probably aren't many people who think about their unique characteristics. Several years ago I read a devotional by Dr. Cecil A. Fayard Jr., “The Palm Tree Revisited,” and want to share some highlights.
Rotarians support United Fund
On Wednesday, March 26, Crossville Breakfast Rotary President Jeff Vires presented a $1,000 check from the Crossville Breakfast Rotary Club to Carmen Wyatt, board president of United Fund, and Holly Neal, executive director of the United Fund. The United Fund of Cumberland County, Inc. provides administrative and other central services for the public and private health, welfare, character building and recreation, education service, charitable and philanthropic agencies and community organizations and the general public of Crossville, Cumberland County and the vicinity.
Tree of Distinction?
In the articles on Trees of Distinction, the Crossville Tree Board usually highlights a tree in the community that is an exemplary specimen of the species.
Bids OK'd for used oil collection program
Several bids were approved recently by the Cumberland County Financial Management Committee for the purchase and installation of equipment for a used oil collecting program from an oil grant awarded by the state for the county's solid waste and recycling department.
No show burglary defendant pleads to 8 years
A Cumberland County man who at least twice failed to appear in court for his trial on burglary and theft charges pleaded guilty in Cumberland County Criminal Court and received an eight-year prison sentence.
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