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Gas Prices remain stable
AAA Friday May 30, 2014

The average price of gas is $3.45 a gallon in Tennessee, same price as a week ago but 18 cents higher compared to a year ago. The national average is $3.65 a gallon, 1 cent more than last week. Oil prices are forecast to decline this week as inventories should be able to meet demand.

 


43rd State Rep Candidate Arrested
Jay Friday May 30, 2014

Candidate for 43rd District State Representative Kristopher Gore was arrested Thursday afternoon on three counts of worthless checks. According to Warren County Sheriff Jackie Matheny two of the three counts were felonies with one felony count over 10,000 dollars and the other over 1,000 dollars. The misdemeanor check was under 500 dollars. Gore's bond was set at 25,000 dollars and he is set to appear June 10. Gore is seeking the Democratic nomination for 43rd State Representative seat along with Kevin Dunlap and James Jacobs all of Warren County. The 43rd District is comprised of White, Grundy Counties and portions of Warren County

 


Notice from Green Acres Memory Gardens
Thursday May 29, 2014

All Flowers not in vases placed in observance of Memorial Day at Green Acres Memory Gardens must be picked up by June 2nd at 8am

 


Officials issue warning about copperheads
WOWNews Thursday May 29, 2014

Officials are warning residents in Cumberland County to be mindful of copperhead snakes in our area. Officials say a 15 year old girl was taken to Cumberland Medical Center last week after she was bitten while walking a trail at Obed River Park. Officials say she was lucky that the snake did not inject any venom during the strike. Officials say you should seek medical attention immediately after any snake bite.

 


Tcap Scores to be released in Aug
WOWNews Thursday May 29, 2014

Cumberland County was one of the majority of school districts in Tennessee that chose the waiver option, and released student grades without factoring in student TCAP scores. Cumberland County School Superintendent Donald Andrews says TCAP scores will be a part of the studentís permanent records and they will factor into teacher performance scores though. Schools received notice that there was a possibility of errors with the TCAP scorings, causing a delay in the delivery of the reports to the schools. Parents will receive TCAP reports in August when classes resume.

 

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