Larry H. Maxwell, 62, of Pikeville, to Beverly Lynn Wilson, 50, of Crossville.
Blaine Martin Wright, 42, to Cheri Dawn Bilbrey, 38, both of Crossville.
Wesley Philip Musser, 28, to Donna Ruth Mullins, 51, both of Crossville.
Jacob Edward Emery, 22, to Valery Deeann Downs, 31, both of Crossville.
Dustin Eugene Reed, 23, of Grandview, to Rebecca Lynn Tuttle, 19, of Crossville.
Derek Shane Brown, 30, to Lauren Ashley Trent, 29, both of Crossville.
Randall Lynn Branstetter, 57, to Sheri Marie Gilletti, 45, both of Naples, FL.
Taylor Graham Keller, 18, to Katilyn Elizabeth Thomas, 17, both of Rockwood.
Doyle Junior Houston, 38, of Crossville, to Rachell Nichole Holman, 31, of Sparta.
Vail Arther Johnson, 40, to Angela Marie Rice, 39, both of Norfolk, VA.
Terry Forrest Rogers, 51, to Jannie Virginia Boyd, 50, both of Pikeville.
William Talley Ridley, 24, to Tiffany Nicole Caldwell, 24, both of Crossville.
William Hampton McConnaughey, 38, to Dara Elaine Metz, 33, both of Crossville.
Ronald Bill Sears, 57, to Sharon Christine Johnson, 51, both of Pikeville.
Brian Anthony Bledsoe, 36, of Atlanta, GA, to Ashley Michelle Burnett, 31, of Crossville.
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
On May 17, the members of the 127 South Senior Center had an enjoyable time socializing and playing bingo, dominos and billiards. Numbers were called by John Bohrman, with the prizes furnished by Dr. M. Stewart Galloway, M.D.
Pleasant Hill Ramblings: Pleasant Hill Elementary honors volunteers
Mary Ann Kotus-Huff, principal of Pleasant Hill Elementary School (PHS), recently welcomed volunteers to the annual Volunteer Tea. It was held in the gaily decorated new all-purpose room of the new annex. Volunteers were treated to sandwiches, fruit, cheese and crackers and cupcakes.
Plateau Gardening: Transplanting tips
My landscape is perennial–based. There are vines, trees, shrubs as well as herbaceous (soft-stemmed) vegetation in assorted categories-ornamentals, herbs and food crops like rhubarb. Annuals in containers are used to add splashes of color. At this time of year, I usually have a few recently purchased plants waiting to be transplanted (see the accompanying photo).
Fair Park offering help for senior dog owners
A dog is a senior's best friend. Family and friends are not around much, and everyone is so busy. After retirement the free time seems to be longer. Many seniors would be very lonely if it was not for their four-legged friends. Dogs are a big part of the family, so they need to learn to be obedient to make it easier on the relationship.
The beginnings of Cumberland County Discovery Gardens
It was a great day in 2004 when Walt Hitch looked out his window and studied the three unused acres that accompanied his hundreds of acres of AgResearch lands.
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Putt for the Cure miniature golf tournament a success
Kids of all ages enjoyed a fun outing of miniature golf Saturday at the first Putt for the Cure event, presented by Dr. Calley Jo Elsea of Cloudland Dental, to benefit the Upper Cumberland affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Players teams up with sponsors and host Pirates Plateau Golf Adventure to raise funds to help area women get needed screening exams, support patients and survivors, educate the public and support national research initiatives.
Around the Town: Attendance is the Key to success in Cumberland County!
High school attendance is up and 10 cars have been given away. This is all thanks to some forward thinking educators along with Dave and Connie Kirk and the staff at Dave Kirk Automotive. This year marks the 10th anniversary, or a decade, of what the high school students call "Dave Kirk Drawing Day." Or, in layman's terms, some junior or senior from Cumberland County High School, Stone Memorial High School or Phoenix School wins a brand spanking new vehicle.
End of another great year for Neighbors and Newcomers
Referred to as the "best little club on the mountain," Neighbors and Newcomers will be holding its last meeting of the year May 23. After a fun-filled, interesting and exciting year, the group will enjoy this end-of-the-year lunch at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds.
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