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Rotary Club helps 'Pave the Way' for sculpture trail
On Tuesday, May 21, members of both the Art Guild at Fairfield Glade and the Rotary Club of Fairfield Glade participated in a groundbreaking ceremony to begin the “Pave the Way” project, which will pave the Sculpture Garden Art Trail, making it handicapped accessible.
Council approves fireworks, discusses Tansi sewer/SCUD merger issues
During its Tuesday work session, the Crossville City Council heard information on what would be necessary to move forward with a merger of the city water and sewer department with South Cumberland Utility District (SCUD) and the Tansi Sewer Utility District (TSUD).
- One killed in crash
SCUD says nothing 'workable' in merger proposal
While a proposal to merge South Cumberland Utility District and the city of Crossville and Tansi Sewer Utility District has been made, the SCUD board of commissioners has reiterated any and all action to merge the water district with the city would require a vote of its customers.
Fatal crash on Hwy. 68
Tennessee Highway Patrol's Public Information Officer Dalya Qualls confirmed that THP is on the scene of a fatal crash that occured on Hwy. 68, on a hill and slight curve west of the Cox Valley Rd. intersection this morning at 8:15 a.m.
Panel approves continuing budget
The budget committee of the Cumberland County Commission is preparing for the close of the 2012-'13 fiscal year, approving a continuing budget and several budget amendments to clean up the books prior to the budget closing June 30.
- Imagination library celebrates birthday
Vehicular homicide trial set July 22
A Memphis man accused of being intoxicated when he wrecked his car while traveling on I-40, resulting in the death of his best friend, is scheduled to go on trial next month for vehicular homicide by intoxication.
New wine celebrates state parks
Visitors to the Cumberland Mountain State Park restaurant, and other state park restaurants, can now enjoy an exclusive Tennessee table wine with their dinner.
Police seek 'peeping tom'
Crossville Police are warning shoppers about a 'peeping tom' incident that occurred in a dressing room at a local retailer last week, according to reports.
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