CROSSVILLE — Captain R.C. Christian congratulates Trooper Alfred Seitner for being recognized for his effort to increase safety on highways by having made the highest total DUI arrests in the Cookeville District for the third quarter of 2012. Seitner was recognized for having the highest number of DUI arrests in the Cookeville District for the first and second quarters of 2012, as well.
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Defendant found not guilty of sexual battery
It only took a Cumberland County jury about 30 minutes to set a defendant facing a serious accusation of sexual battery free, believing a defense attorney's contention that the entire affair was simply a misunderstanding fueled by a language barrier.
Stonehaus helps TGA celebrate 100 years
Stonehaus Winery of Crossville knew just what to get the Tennessee Golf Association for its 100th birthday — a new wine variety to celebrate the association's centennial year.
Souza: investigation not complete
"I am not walking away with my tail between my legs," said Crossville City Councilman Pete Souza Tuesday night as he discussed the Cumberland County Grand Jury report that found no evidence of any crime committed by city of Crossville officials in three real estate transactions.
Panel OKs Gold Star Hwy. request
A state highway which runs through Cumberland County may be designated a Gold Star Highway, honoring those who have died in the military while serving the country, if a total of 23 counties in Tennessee approve a request and resolution and it is also approved by the state.
Pair indicted for December burglaries
A pair of Cumberland County men have been indicted by the county grand jury on burglary, theft and vandalism charges in connection with a series of incidents that occurred the day after Christmas in the Homesteads area.
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Candidate removed from primary ballot after challenge
The Cumberland County Election Commission held a special-called meeting last week and changed the ballot for the May 2014 county primary election, removing one candidate who was disallowed by a state political party to run as a Republican.
Defendant to serve 4 years with Florida sentence
A Cumberland County man facing multiple counts of burglary, theft and fraud pleaded guilty in Criminal Court and was sentenced to serve four years in prison, concurrent with an unrelated sentence being served in the state of Florida.
Study points to need for home energy efficiency
A recent study by Appalachian Voices, which mapped the correlation between poverty in the Southeast and the burden of electric bills, has proposed new programs that can help electric customers reduce their costs.
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