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Chamber of commerce to operate BSF Visitor's Center
The Cumberland County Commission unanimously approved a resolution to transfer the operation and management of the Gateway to the Big South Fork Visitor's Center to the Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce once the facility is completed.
Man returns home to find intruder
A Cumberland County man found inside another person's home fought with deputies who arrived to place him under arrest and has been charged with breaking into the residence.
SCORE prize going towards classroom technology
In a state recently recognized as a top performer in the nation for improving student learning, Frank P. Brown Elementary School in Cumberland County was named the top middle school in the state for dramatically improving student achievement.
30-year sentence in Selby murder
A Crossville man took responsibility for the brutal and bloody murder of a county woman in January and received a 30-year prison sentence as a Range 1 offender with the sentence to be served at 100 percent.
Traffic situation being monitored
Traffic disruptions at South Cumberland Elementary School continue to be monitored by school officials, as well as the Cumberland County Sheriff's Department and the Tennessee Highway Patrol following a change in the student pick up procedures at the school in recent weeks.
Crossville accepts CDBG grants for wastewater improvements
The Crossville City Council approved acceptance of a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for $500,000 to make improvements to the city's wastewater collection system.
Judge to sentence man who pleaded to theft, child endangerment charges
A local man charged with child abuse/neglect when he was and a woman were arrested for possession of drugs while caring for the toddler has pleaded guilty in Cumberland County Criminal Court and will appear before a judge at a later date to learn what his sentence might be.
Big Lick welcomes Little Free Library
The trees on the property of Calvary Presbyterian Church of Big Lick have stood witness to several changes in the community throughout the years. The latest took place earlier this month in the form of two cabinets nestled under the trees' large branches.
More tweaks made to exchange student policy
A policy governing the process for Cumberland County students wishing to be excused as foreign exchange students received a few tweaks last week. The policy was returned to the policy committee of the Cumberland County Board of Education by the BOE last month for further revision.
Drug suspect racks up second charge while on bond
A man under $23,500 bond as a result of a drug related arrest Nov. 4 was arrested while out on bond three days later on new drug charges by a different police agency, according to arrest reports.
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