Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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August 4, 2006

UPDATED ELECTION RESULTS

Updated but not official election results for Cumberland County:



Governor (D)

Phil Bredesen 4,429

John Jay Hoker 375

Tim Sevier 198

Walt Ward 61



Governor (R)

Mark Albertini 253

Wayne Bailey 307

Jim Bryson 3,105

David Farmer 460

Joe Kirkpatrick 349

Timothy Thomas 105

Wayne Young 135



U.S. Senate (D)

Gary David 768

Harold Ford Jr, 2,944

John Jay Hooker 409

Charles E. Smith 164

Al Strauss 73



U.S. Senate (R)

Ed Bryant 889

Bob Corker 3,268

Van Villeary 2,361



U.S. House 4th District (D)

Norma Cartrwright 508

Lincoln David 4,100

Harvey Howard 211



U.S. House 4th District (R)

Kenneth Martin 1,745

Alan Pedigo 925

Don Strong 1,782



State Senate 15th District (D)

Charlotte Burks 4,132

David L. Gentry 737



State House of Reps. 25th District (D)

Robert Safdie 3,748



State House of Reps. 25th District (R)

Eric Swafford 5,717



State Executive Committeemen (D)

S.K. Ballal 282

Gerald Clemons 1,414

Dennis Gregg 1,302



Circuit Judge 13th Judicial (D)

John A. Turnbull 6,143



Circuit Judge 13th Judicial (D)

John Maddux 5,890



Chancellor 13th Judicial

Ronald Thurman 4,370

Jerry Burgess 4,693



Criminal Court Judge 13th Judicial

Leon Burns Jr. 6,310



Criminal Court Judge 13th Judicial

Lillie Ann Sells 5,304

David A. Patterson 4,995



District Attorney 13th Judicial

William (Bill) Gibson 6,168



Public Defender 13th Judicial

David M. Brady 3,982

Samuel Harris 4,129



County Mayor

(D) Mike Turner 5,783

(R) Brock Hill 6,852*



Commissioner District 1

Jerry T. Holman 354

Jim Inman 668*

Harry D. Sabine 652*



Commissioner District 2

Nancy J. Hyder 605*

Don Ivey 397*

Joe Pattn 232



Commissioner District 3

Sandra Brewer 555

Jerry Kerley 512

Johnny Presley 645*

Creed Lynn Tollett 639*



Commissioner District 4

Don Cuva 179

David H. Gibson 650*

Charles H. Seiber 624*

Dennis R. Wilbanks 400



Commissioner District 5

Jack Davis 404*

Bruce Clark Garwood 180

Joe Koester 403

Gregory F. Sherrill 334

McKinley H. Tabor 236

Sharon Qualls York 830*



Commissioner District 6

Terry Carter 415*

Ralph Cotton Jenkins 263

Davd L. Randolph 281

Wendell W. Wilson 421*



Commissioner District 7

Tracy Buck 242

Kenneth Carrey Jr. 498*

Michael "Mike" Carson 313

Mike Harvel 528*



Commissioner District 8

Jeff Brown 374*

Dennis Hinch, 368

Gina M. Knight 245

Carolyn S. Marsh 223

Greg Maxwell 437*

Sherry Selby 122

Charles Butch Sherrill 173



Commissioner District 9

Clyde Cramer 1,173*

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Area News
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    Volunteers from the Tennessee Scenic Rivers Association offer basic instruction for kayakers at the 2013 Waterfest. This year’s event is set for Saturday at Meadow Park Lake from 2 to 8 p.m. There will be activities for the whole family, with food, exhibits, kids games, live music and water activities, with TSRA instructors offering rides on canoes, kayaks and sit-on-top kayaks. There will also be pontoon tours of Meadow Park Lake from 3 to 7 p.m., offering a chance to look for wildlife. The University of Tennessee Concrete Canoe Team will be demonstrating their craft, as well, at 2:30 p.m.

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  • haslam 3.jpg Haslam makes stop in county

    Gov. Bill Haslam stopped by Cumberland County for breakfast Tuesday morning, encouraging everyone to get out and vote during the early voting period.

    July 23, 2014 1 Photo

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  • Judge ponders why stolen silver wasn't recovered

    A Crossville area man who entered into a sentencing agreement relating to the theft of silverware that was later sold to a local jewelry shop found himself with an unlikely ally — the judge.

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  • County OKs $89.7 million FY 2014-'15 budget

    Cumberland County's $89.7 million 2014-'15 fiscal year budget was approved during Monday evening's county commission meeting.

    July 22, 2014

  • Tennessee making strides in well-being of children

    Tennessee has made great strides in the health and well-being of children, the annual KIDS COUNT National Data Book found, rising to 36 this year. The state is among the five states with the biggest improvements in overall rankings from 2013 to 2014.

    July 22, 2014

  • 1899: Evidence points to poison in mysterious deaths

    The Nashville American reported that in January 1899, Squire Luke Stansbury, son of Rev. John Stansbury, discovered that Paris green and arsenic had been sprinkled over the hay they were feeding the cow. The evident intention was to poison the milk and, thus, poison the family. The hay was burned.

    July 22, 2014

  • Drug testing policy deferred until October

    With the start of the next school year only weeks away, the policy committee of the Cumberland County Board of Education decided to defer action on the extracurricular drug testing policy as implementation of changes would not occur before the 2015-’16 school year.

    July 21, 2014

  • camp nakanawa2.jpg 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.

    July 21, 2014 2 Photos

  • 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.

    July 21, 2014

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