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Scott County Commissioner Arrested After Firing Gun in Pigeon Forge Campground
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday April 19, 2017
A Scott County Commissioner faces a host of charges after he allegedly fired a gun in a Pigeon Forge campground. 40-year-old Trent Wade Cross, who is also a doctor of internal medicine in Oneida, was reportedly drinking on April 7 at the River Edge Campground when he got into an argument with his wife. She fled to another couple’s camper and reportedly locked the door. Witnesses say Cross attempted to pry the door open and when that didn’t work he fired several shots outside of the camper. Cross was charged with aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, vandalism and resisting arrest. He’s due in court on May 17.
Cumberland County Middle School Golf Team Beats Algood
Amy Reed Tuesday April 18, 2017
The Cumberland County Middle School Golf team played host to Algood at Bear Trace Monday, April 17. Cumberland County posted a 168 over Algood’s 220. Cumberland County’s victory was led by Tucker Christopher with a 38 and Brady Brewer with a 41. Followed by Jaxon Reed’s 44 and Nick Horvath with a 45. Jordan Herring tied for second in the girls division with a 60. This victory moves Cumberland County to a 5-0 record.
CCHS March Students of the Month
Submitted by the CCHS SOM Committee Tuesday April 18, 2017
Cumberland County High School recently named their MARCH students of the month. They are pictured with Principal Jon Hall and Student of the Month sponsor, State Farm Agent Drew Moses. Pictured L-R: Jon Hall, Butterfly Becker - 9th, Alexis Wilson - 10th, Andrew Janow - 11th, Taylor Gibson - 12th, State Farm Agent Drew Moses (Photo courtesy SOM)
Steve Rains, President and CEO of Progressive Savings Bank and The Rains Agency Passes Away
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday April 18, 2017
Steve Rains, President and CEO of Progressive Savings Bank and The Rains Agency passed away on Monday, April 17th. Mark Justice, Executive Vice President of Progressive Savings Bank issued this statement: “It’s with great sympathy that the directors, officers, and employees of Progressive Savings Bank and The Rains Agency announce the recent death of our President and CEO, Steven Rains. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and our deepest sympathies go out to them. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Through this difficult time Progressive Savings Bank and The Rains Agency will continue its mission of serving our communities.” Funeral Arrangements will be announced later. Photo Courtesy of PSB/The Raines Agency.
Chasey Chase’em Wanted Person No. 46: Jennifer Lynn Gaddis
Submitted: Lt. Brian Eckelson,Crimestoppers Coordinator/Public Information Officer-Crossville Police Tuesday April 18, 2017
The Crossville-Cumberland County Crimestoppers is looking for Jennifer Lynn Gaddis, who is wanted for Violation of Probation, Failure to Appear on Meth Possession, and Criminal Impersonation. Jennifer Lynn Gaddis is a 40-year-old white female known to frequent the Hwy 70 West area of Sparta, Tennessee. If you know where she is hiding out, please call the Crimestoppers Tip Hotline at 931-200-1173. There will be a minimum $200 payout for information leading to the arrest of this profiled person! Listen for the Chasey Chase 'em Trackdown on: 102.5 WOW COUNTRY (WOWF), Mix 99.3 (WPBX), Talk Radio 96.9 FM & 1330 AM (WAEW), Sports Radio 97.7 The Ticket (WCSV). (Photo courtesy Crimestoppers)