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High School Sports
Gordon Stack Friday January 19, 2018

The CCHS Jets & Lady Jets host the Sequatchie County Indians Friday (1/19/18) at Jet Gym on Stanley Street. Steve Randel Trevena beings the broadcast at 5:55 with the girls game starting at 6:00 on 102.5 WOW Country and online at 1025WowCountry.com

There will be no JV games.


Basic Handgun Safety Class Saturday, January 20, 2018
Peg Broadcasting News Friday January 19, 2018

The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office will be offering a Basic Handgun Safety and Familiarization Class on Saturday, January 20, 2018 from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. This class will be for people who are beginners with handguns or interested in handgun safety and knowledge. To register for the class, call the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office at 931-484-6176. Do not bring any firearms to the facility.


Dollywood wants you to try out for their shows
WVLT/Peg Broadcasting News Friday January 19, 2018

Dollywood has a number of shows coming up in 2018, and they are hosting their auditions throughout the Southeast. In East Tennessee, the auditions are at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge on January 20th. In order to audition, you'll need to register and you'll also need to be 17-years-old. Additional details and audition requirements can be found at www.DollywoodAuditions.com.


Nashville Vying For Amazon HQ
AP/WKRN/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday January 18, 2018

Nashville has made the list of 20 cities under consideration for Amazon's second headquarters. The company plans to invest $5 billion in the new headquarters and could employ as many as 50,000 people in and around the city it chooses. Amazon's current headquarters is in Seattle, Washington.


TN Lawmaker Drops School Voucher Push
AP Thursday January 18, 2018

A Tennessee lawmaker has taken steps to follow through on a promise not to pursue school voucher legislation this year. On Wednesday, Republican Rep. Harry Brooks of Knoxville withdrew his bill from consideration for now. Vouchers allow public school children to use taxpayer money to go to private schools. Brooks and Republican Sen. Brian Kelsey had unsuccessfully advocated last year for a voucher pilot program in Shelby County.


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