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Sales tax collections remain below budget
Cumberland County Finance Director Nathan Brock told the county's budget committee earlier this week that sales tax revenue collections continue to come in below budgeted projections by $74,826 for the current fiscal year.
CMC to mark National Hospital Week
Cumberland Medical Center boasts highly skilled medical staff, state-of-the-art equipment and advanced procedures, offering a community health center that is able to offer great quality care close to home.
Panel OKs up to $5K for new mower
The budget committee approved spending up to $5,000 to purchase a new riding mower for mowing at the Cumberland County Health Department and the Community Complex.
- Fire at TAP Publishing
- Teaching green
Committee to study sites for proposed state veterans cemetery
Tennessee Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder announced the initiative to establish a new State Veterans Cemetery in the Upper Cumberland region.
Bond hearing for FFG slaying suspect continued
The suspect in the November killing of a Fairfield Glade woman had his motion hearing for a reduced bond continued and he remains in jail at the Cumberland County Justice Center.
BOE approves policy changes
The Cumberland County Board of Education approved the second and final reading of changes to the procedure for granting tenure policy during its April meeting.
Women charged in forged MoneyGram incident
A Crossville woman was placed under arrest after being accused of altering a stolen MoneyGram and then forging her name on the instrument and cashing it at a local check cashing business.
Cumberland County resident receives state’s highest honor in the arts
Polly Page, of the Pleasant Hill community in Cumberland County, has received a 2013 Governor’s Arts Award in the Folklife Heritage category. The award was presented to Page by Gov. Bill Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam during a special ceremony held Tuesday, April 23, in Conservation Hall at the Tennessee Residence.
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