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Local students wish ‘Merry Christmas’ to troops
The American Red Cross of Tennessee Mountain Valley is teaming up with the Cumberland County Schools to help bring Christmas cheer to thousands of servicemembers at home and abroad.
Six earn FFA American Degree
The Cumberland County FFA Chapter is proud to recognize six outstanding individuals who received their American Degree on Nov. 2 at the 2013 86th National FFA Convention.
Brown Elementary celebrates Veterans Day
Frank P. Brown Elementary School hosted the 8th Annual Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov. 8. Many veterans, city and county officials, and special guests were in attendance.
Trout Adventure applications open
Applications are open for the fourth annual Great Smoky Mountains Trout Adventure Camp for middle school girls and boys, sponsored by the Tennessee Council of Trout Unlimited. Trout Adventure 2014 will be June 16–21 at Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont (GSMIT) in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Jet Theatrix to present Humpty Dumpty mystery Nov. 21-23
CCHS Jet Theatrix Drama Club is pleased to present their fall 2013 mainstage production of Humpty Dumpty Is Missing! or... The Mysterious Case of the Fallen Egg, a whodunit for sleuths off all ages by Joseph Robinette.
SMHS students explore new arts at craft center
It’s a typical Friday at the Appalachian Center for Craft with over 60 excited high school students arriving, ready for a new experience.
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CFRA to sponsor Americanism essay contest
Crossville Fleet Reserve Association Branch 294 is sponsoring an Americanism-Patriotism Essay Contest for students in grade 7 through 12, as well as home study Kids on the Rise students program.
Lions honor Jenkins as Student of the Month
Phoenix School counselor Breanna Van Winkle selected Tianisha (who likes to be called Tia) as a “Student of the Month” because of her current grades and desire to attend college. The Fairfield Glade Lions Club chose the month of November for her honor.
Enjoy ‘Three Tales of Terror’ with the SMHS Panther Players
“Three Tales of Terror,” Stone Memorial’s fall theatre production of three family-friendly one act plays, will haunt the SMHS stage on Friday, Nov. 1, at 7 p.m. for one night of horror only.
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