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Grand Opening Of George Jones Museum Will Also Feature Moonshine Launch
News Channel 5 Wednesday January 14, 2015

Grand opening plans for the George Jones Museum in downtown Nashville will coincide with the launch of a new moonshine, called White Lightning, named for the late singer's first hit song. Jones’ widow Nancy announced the grand opening for the museum has been set for the weekend of April 24, which will coincide with the two-year anniversary of his death.


Sellers Beware on LSN
CCSD/Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 14, 2015

You hear all the time about “buyers beware” but sellers also have to beware on Local Sales Network. A resident of Orlei Young Road told the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department the he was trying to sell a laptop computer on Local Sales Network for $300 when he received a cashiers check for almost $2,000 from a man claiming to be from Overton Park, Kansas. The man told the victim to take $300 out for the computer, $50 for himself and send the rest to Wheaton, Illinois. Believing this to be a scam, the man reported the incident and did not cash the check.


Stolen Scooter
CCSD/Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 14, 2015

A Highway 127 North resident reports that someone stole his 2006 maroon Kymco RFB scooter from his carport. The scooter was valued at $1,800 and the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department reports no suspects at this time.


Schools Closings / Delays
J Shaw Wednesday January 14, 2015

These school systems are closed for Wednesday, January 14, 2015: Cumberland County Schools, Fentress County Schools, Morgan County Schools, Overton County Schools, Putnam County Schools, Van Buren County Schools and White County Schools. Crossville Christian is closed along with Christian Academy of Cumberlands K-12 is CLOSED for Today but their Pre-School is open.


Million dollar Morristown lottery winner claims prize
WVLT Wednesday January 14, 2015

The Tennessee Lottery says Morristown resident Larry Musick has a winning million-dollar lottery ticket that matched the Powerball drawing on Saturday, Jan. 10. Musick matched five of six powerball numbers. Musick says he and his wife of 31 years used their birthdays as their lucky numbers.


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