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Cumberland County fourth- and fifth-grade students have been exploring downtown Crossville this past week to learn about their hometown.

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Cumberland County fourth- and fifth-grade students have been exploring downtown Crossville this past week to learn about their hometown.

Rick Thomas and the Jazz Connection will be appearing for the first time at the Library on Wednesday, May 18 at noon in the Cumberland Room. Come and enjoy some jazz favorites.

It’s annual dues time for the Pleasant Hill Historical Society again. Be sure to pay your dues and help to preserve this important part of Cumberland County history. A historic story of their community perseverance follows. 

Neville is spayed and ready for a fur-ever home.Call ahead 931-484-8525 or email animalshelter@cumberlandcountytn.gov to make an appointment to see this or any other adoptable pets. The shelter is open from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 38 invites the public join them for the Police Memorial Day Program on Thursday, May 19. The program will be held at the gazebo next to the court house at 11 a.m. The public is encouraged to attend and show support for the law enforcement community and rem…

Despite the Cumberland County Board of Education being unsure of the exact numbers of their budget this year, they all agree on one thing at the May 11 budget meeting: something must be fixed on the school’s end to help the increase of students with behavioral issues. Since the pandemic, soc…

Temperatures will be climbing from the upper 70s that started the week to the upper 80s by Thursday and Friday. There could be pop-up showers Wednesday and Thursday afternoon, but only 30% up to 50% for the weekend. 

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Cumberland County Sheriff Casey Cox asked the county budget committee to add more deputies to his office next year as the department faces increased call volume, more citizens to serve and a county that’s the fourth largest in the state.

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Winnie Kapp, a senior at Cumberland County High School, will soon be sporting a new set of wheels, courtesy Dave Kirk Automotive and the Attendance is the Key to Success program.

It was not the first time Mark Winton stood before a judge in courtrooms in Cumberland County. Friday Winton looked forward to being the last time hearing his name called on a docket.

Alcohol can be sold on city-owned property within the Crossville city limits following a unanimous vote of the Crossville City Council Tuesday night.

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Fairfield Glade Community Club residents who have been cited for waving some flags in their yards and homes are not waiving their right to appeal. 

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The Fairfield Glade Election Committee hopes everyone has had the opportunity to read the article from John Wedgworth and Greg Jones about their experiences on the Fairfield Glade Community Club board of directors. 

Leaves and grass clippings will continue to be collected along Fairfield Glade streets through May while Community Club leaders develop a long-term plan for yard waste disposal after the leaf dump was closed because of environmental violations.

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