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- Garrison named Ms. Congeniality
- Towne Centre Dr. gets OK from planning panel: Road must be OK’d by environmental committee and county commission before added to road list
- CCHS baseball team honors players for season
- Pressons inks scholarship with Carson-Newman
- Haslam to sign changes to Hall Income Tax
CCHS soccer team closes season with banquet
"I have learned a lot from these guys. They played through a ton of injuries," said Cumberland County Jet soccer coach Cub Whitson Sunday evening at the team's annual banquet held in the CCHS wrestling complex. "Thank you for playing this year."
- Hutson, Kington to continue track careers on collegiate level
- Tryouts for Lady Jets volleyball team set
- Kington and Simmons earn trip to state championships
- Junior golf tourneys planned in Crossville
- CCHS soccer team closes season with banquet
Well-known folk singer Tom Neilson will be in concert Friday, May 31, in Pleasant Hill.
Folksinger to perform May 31 in Pleasant Hill
The award-winning folk singer Tom Neilson will be bringing his message of “Music for Social Change” to Pleasant Hill, on Friday, May 31, at 7 p.m. in the Pleasant Hill Community Church, UCC. The Shalom Center for Continuing Education, a non-profit educational center is sponsoring this appearance of the nationally well-known artist.
- 127 Seniors plan for annual picnic
- Pleasant Hill Ramblings: Pleasant Hill Elementary honors volunteers
- Plateau Gardening: Transplanting tips
- Fair Park offering help for senior dog owners
- Folksinger to perform May 31 in Pleasant Hill
An American tragedy?
I knew a bond trader. Not well, but well enough to pity the man. Money was his only measure of worth. On a good day (if he made a lot of money), he was ecstatic. On a bad one, he was morose. He could be pleasant in conversation at times, but now and then he would appear clueless about the broader range of human experience. Although he was rich (by my standard, at least), there was something shallow and tawdry about his life.
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Stone concert features new music videos May 29
Singer/songwriter/musician Mike Stone brings his unique blend of pop, soft rock and folk music to the Cumberland County Playhouse Mainstage May 29 in a concert featuring his new music videos.
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- Laugh along with Landry, Venable, Claborn, and Rose
- GRITS coming to Palace May 31
- Stone concert features new music videos May 29