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Indictments handed down in Selby slaying
One Crossville area man was indicted for the beating death of a local woman, while an acquaintance of the suspect was indicted for being an accessory to the crime, according to court records.Continued ...
- County discusses non-profit funding contracts
- Suit seeks to force sewer connection
- Titans Caravan rolls into town
- Special meeting on decorum set after contentious council meeting
- Indictments handed down in Selby slaying
Stone Memorial sophomore Ali Harris won the Region 2A/AA singles tennis title Tuesday at Pigeon Forge High School. She received her gold medal from Tournament Director John Griffis of Pigeon Forge High School.
Harris wins Region 2A/AA singles tennis gold medal
Stone Memorial sophomore Ali Harris won the Region 2A/AA tennis singles championship Tuesday at Pigeon Forge High School to earn her a second-straight berth in next week's state meet in Murfreesboro at MTSU.
Harris defeated Chesnie Nichols of Carter High School in the first round of the tournament in straight sets 6-0, 6-0, according to SMHS coach Ray Hawn.
- Hospice of Cumberland County real winner in 22nd annual tournament
- CCHS runners qualify for state meet
- Lady Jets soccer begins practice June 3
- Record field enjoys nice weather in Senior Open
- Harris wins Region 2A/AA singles tennis gold medal
Students taking part in the 1963 senior class trip to Washington, D.C., are, from left, front row, Linda Tabor, Sandra Morehead, CArol Sue Cox, Sandra Harding, Glenda Driver, Cheryl Swafford, Ann Young, Linda Cooper, Sandra Maddux, Nancy Allred, Gypsie Henry, Rosie Young, Ruby Hedgecoth, Arnetta Eller, Betty Sue Wattenbarger, Sharon Wyatt, Janice Norris, Ann Silvers and Judi Stevens; second row, Kay Jackson, Evelyn Swim, Gladys Nevils, Linda Jenkins, Lena Daves, Rhea Hembree, Mr. Gene Thurman; Mrs. Mable McAfee, Mr. Lyndon Pippins, Sue Stevens, Sharon Hinkle, Nancy Cline, Ruth Ann Carey, Geneva Brown, Katherine Aytes, Susie McNeil, Kay Lawson and Sue Bailey; third row, Leroy Barnwell, Pete Graham, Sharon O�Dell, William Cook, Marvin David, Horace Wyatt, Leland Dodson, Gene Bailey, Claude Simms, Carl Perry, Jimmy Owens, Perry Turner, Eddie Hendley, Jack Chadwell, David Hyder, Norma Tays, Shelma Meadows, Linda Hixon, Gail Brewer, Janet Parker, Canzada O�Dell and Ruth Clark; and back row, bus driver James Hyder, Phil Dunaway, Ralph Swallows, Kenny Hutchins, Kenny Hooks, Barry Johnson, Thomas Wilder, James Whitson, Roy Nevils, James Davis, John Saylors, Bill Cole, Bill Stevens, Jimmy Hall, Mike Collier, Wayne Mullins, Ekdrudge Davis, Eddie Cox, Doyle Sherrill, David Hedgecoth, Bruce Bumbalough, and bus driver Wayne Russell.
LION AND THE LAMB: Ten years in captivity
Traditionally male violence against women has been delivered by fist or gun. On May 6, however, another delivery system was brought to light: chains and rope.
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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.
- 'Georgia Songbird' coming to Palace June 7 for First Friday performance
- Review: '9-5' a delightful addition to CCP season
- Laugh along with Landry, Venable, Claborn, and Rose
- GRITS coming to Palace May 31
- Stone concert features new music videos May 29