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The National Park Service reports tourism to the Big South Fork and Obed Wild and Scenic River supported more than 300 jobs in 2019 and produced an economic impact of about $29 million in the surrounding communities. 

Covenant Health President and CEO Jim VanderSteeg visited Cumberland Medical Center in Crossville recently to tour the hospital and thank the hospital staff for their hard work and dedication throughout the COVID-19 health crisis.

Jan and Earl Leschinski, of Crossville, encourage others to use their stimulus dollars in the local economy. 

Officials with domestic tile manufacturer Crossville Inc. said the company recycled almost 8 million pounds of fired porcelain in 2019, bringing the company’s cumulative recycling total to nearly 134 million pounds since the 2009 launch of the Tile Take-Back program and subsequent TOTO USA r…

Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce celebrated a grand opening/ribbon cutting ceremony for Atlas Real Estate, Tracey Barnes, owner/broker, in Village Green Mall, Fairfield Glade. On hand for the celebration are, from left, Christy Dolinich, Chamber ambassador and Cumberland Coun…

Crossville’s Beltone Hearing Center celebrated the company’s 80th anniversary with a interior remodeling project.

Cumberland County students bid farewell to teachers and their schools at the end of what has been a school year like no other. 

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What began as a vision more than 30 years ago to serve the area and people where Dr. Larry E. Patterson called home to build a sustainable eye care center offering state of the art equipment, a staff of quality trained professionals and the latest advances in the industry has come together o…

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Recently, the National Change of Address Report offered an interesting overview of how our efforts are going here in Cumberland County to assist in the recruitment of families. 

The leadership team at Eye Centers of Tennessee (ECOTN) announced that they’ve named Erik Bergvin as the practice’s new chief operating officer. Bergvin, a longtime Crossville resident, brings with him to ECOTN an extensive and successful track record in operations management. 

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If you drive up Peavine Rd. today between I-40 and the four-way stop in the heart of Fairfield Glade, the six-mile trip will take you past no less than eight real estate sales offices. Prospective buyers can choose from small local firms to nationwide chains. 

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