CROSSVILLE — Kalei Hollingsworth was crowned Cumberland County Fairest of the Fair Saturday at Stone Memorial High School. She was also the winner of the interview award. She is the 16-year-old daughter of Lissa Wattenbarger and Mark Hollingsworth. Presenting the crown was last year’s winner, Olivia Anne McCoy. More photos from the Fairest of the Fair pageant as well as the Junior Fairest of the Fair, Fair Princess, Little Miss and Wee Miss contests will be published in an upcoming issue of the Crossville Chronicle. Photos from the Prettiest Baby and Tiny Tot pageant will appear in the Friday, Aug. 30, issue of the Chronicle.
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Model recalls special rail service to Camp Nakanawa
Camp Nakanawa, in the Mayland community of Cumberland County, dedicated a new, highly detailed diorama of the camp built over the past year by members of the Crossville Model Railroad Club.
The large display is a very accurate scale model of the camp and includes a track where an HO model of the Tennessee Central Railroad delivers campers to their summer home.
Souza vows to bring public comments back for vote
While a few public comments have been made during the last several Crossville city council meetings, the fact that some think their free speech is threatened by recent council actions has lead to discussions and letters to the editor in protest.
Panel considers building code options
The Cumberland County Environmental Committee met last Thursday evening to further discuss the status of countywide building permits and its agreement with the city of Crossville, but no action was taken.
Fields a possible buyer for TSUD
Barry Field, owner of Field’s Engineering Consultant Services, LLC (FECS) has taken an interest in purchasing the highly contested waste water facility in Lake Tansi.
Haslam to speak at Chamber membership meeting
Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce annual membership meeting will be held Aug. 8, 2014 at the Cumberland County Community Complex. The meeting will include awards, presentations and recognitions, with scheduled speaker, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam. The Chamber would like to recognize and thank Cumberland County Bank for its platinum sponsorship of this year’s annual meeting.
Driver charged after woman injured in crash
A motorist who witnesses said plowed into a car without touching his brakes is now facing numerous charges, including endangerment of a pregnant woman who was injured in the second vehicle.
City to enter wastewater negotiations with Veolia
With a majority of Crossville City Council members in favor of retaining Veolia as the contract operator of the city’s wastewater treatment plant, a motion to authorize City Manager David Rutherford to negotiate with the company was approved in the July council meeting in a mixed vote.
VEC phone scam warned
Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department is warning citizens of persons makeing phone calls, claiming to represent Volunteer Energy Co-op, claiming an electric bil is past due.
Historic concert to feature music of the Cumberland Mountains
An Everlasting Music concert in Crossville will feature historic music and performances from artists who are dedicated to preserving the heritage of the music of the Cumberland Mountains in Tennessee.
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