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TWRA offers grant money
TWRA Friday May 9, 2014
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has grant money available to help cities, schools and nonprofits with stream cleanup and planting projects. Each of TWRA's four regional Aquatic Habitat Protection projects has $5,000 available, to be distributed in grants of $1,000 each. According to the agency, the grant money could be used to buy supplies or to pay waste disposal fees, advertise a project or provide support for volunteers, such as T-shirts and refreshments. The agency is accepting project proposals through June 15th. More information is available at www.tn.gov/twra.
GRADUATION SCHEDULE- UPDATE
WOWNews Thursday May 8, 2014
CLASS NIGHT- MONDAY MAY 12TH 6:00 IN AUDITORIUM
GRADUATION THURSDAY MAY 15TH 6:30 AT PANTHER STADIUM
CUMBERLAND COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS NIGHT- TUESDAY MAY 13TH 6:30-8:30 FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
GRADUATION- FRIDAY MAY 16TH 6:30 AT JET STADIUM
GRADUATION- WEDNESDAY MAY 14TH AT 6PM IN SMHS AUDITORIUM
Emergency crews busy with several car accidents Weds
WOWNews Thursday May 8, 2014
Crossville Police and Cumberland County Sheriff’s deputies were busy with several vehicle accidents Wednesday afternoon. Sheriff’s deputies were called to Peavine Road around 1:45 for a 2 vehicle accident which sent one driver to UT Medical Center for treatment of injuries sustained, meanwhile, a 3 vehicle accident was reported on 1-40 at eastbound 311, there were no injuries reported. As officials worked those accidents, a school bus at Homestead Elementary hit an awning, sending emergency personnel to the scene and tying up traffic in the area and a 4th accident was reported on Genesis and Webb Avenues.
Oak Ridge and DeKalb DeKalb Utility District will receive more than $8.2 million in low-interest loans
AP Thursday May 8, 2014
State officials say the City of Oak Ridge and the DeKalb Utility District will receive more than $8.2 million in low-interest loans for water and wastewater infrastructure improvements. The State Revolving Fund Loan Program provides low-interest loans that help communities, utility districts, and water and wastewater authorities finance projects that protect Tennessee's ground and surface waters and public health.
Cumberland County Jets drops 14-2 game to Warren County Pioneers
GC Wednesday May 7, 2014
Cumberland County Jets collected six hits but fell 14-2 to Warren County Pioneers on Wednesday at Jet Park. CCHS offense game from Ryan Burgess 1-3; Matt Ledbetter 1-1; Grant Parrett 1-2, 1 RBI; Reed Shaw 1-2; Justin Shipe 1-1; Nathaniel Wyatt 1-2. Grant Parrett was the game's losing pitcher, allowing eight runs in three innings, walked four and struck out six. CCHS finishes with the second most wins in school history at 21-15 (11-7).