My dear veteran,
Everyone living in Cumberland County is a Cumberland County resident. They pay county taxes. If their children attend public schools, they attend county schools.
I’m sure no one would claim 2020 was the best year ever. There’s talk of turning it into a swear word in the future, as it’s felt like one disaster after another.
Lots of folks in the county were being productive back during the pandemic. That time at home offered the chance to tackle all sorts of Honey-Do chores and the things that seem to always be put off until another day.
My parents were pretty strict when I was growing up. They made sure I said please and thank you, that I didn’t interrupt others and that I said “yes, ma’am” and “yes, sir.”
This Week's Circulars
Leamon Noel Barnett, 81, of Crossville, passed away at his home on Jan. 14, 2022. Mr. Barnett was born on Dec. 22, 1940, in Crossville, son of Elbert Clarence Barnett and Doreen Columbia (Potter) Barnett. Leamon served in the United States Army and worked for Crossville Ceramics in the maint…
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