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Gordon Stack Friday January 12, 2018

The SMHS Panthers & Lady Panthers games at Rhea County (1/12/18) have been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date.

The CCHS Jets and Lady Jets home games against Bledsoe County (1/12/18) have been cancelled and rescheduled for Tuesday, January 23rd.

Purdue visits Minnesota Saturday (1/13/18) for a college basketball match up on 97.7 The Ticket. The broadcast begins at 10:30am.

The Volunteers host the Texas A&M Aggies Saturday (1/13/18) at Thompson Boling Arena. Bob Kelsling starts pre-game at 4:30 p.m. with tip off at 5 p.m. on 102.5 WOW Country.

The Lady Vols travel to Columbia Sunday (1/14/18) to take on the South Carolina Gamecocks. Mickey Dearstone starts the broadcast at 11:30 am with tip off at noon on MIX 99.3.


Crossville Police Department gets approval to hire fraud investigator
Peg Broadcasting News Friday January 12, 2018

The Crossville City Council approved a budget amendment not to exceed $19,000 for the hiring of a fraud investigator for the police department. Chief David Beaty says that while the position is part-time, it will be very helpful to have someone that is dedicated to the investigation of fraudulent activities.


Valerie Hale sworn-in as City Clerk
Peg Broadcasting News Friday January 12, 2018

It is now official, Valerie Hale was sworn-in as the Crossville City Clerk during the January meeting of the Crossville City Council. Hale is taking over the position after Sally Oglesby retired after 32 years with the city.


Emma Grace Christopher honored as Student of the Month by City Council
Peg Broadcasting News Friday January 12, 2018

For the January meeting of the Crossville City Council, Emma Christopher was recognized as Student of the Month. Emma is in Ms. Kim Smith?s 5th grade class at Martin Elementary. She was nominated because of her great example of an honest person. She is honest in both her words and actions toward those in her class and beyond.


TDOT Ready for Winter Weather
TDOT/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday January 11, 2018

With a Winter Weather Advisory in the forecast for Friday and Saturday, the Tennessee Department of Transportation says it is stocked and ready to clear roadways of ice and snow. In preparation for the winter season, salt supplies have been replenished in all 95 counties, and crews have readied snow plows and brine trucks. The cost to treat and clear Tennessee roads in not cheap. TDOT's statewide 2017/2018 winter weather budget is $21.4 million. TDOT has a fleet of more than 800 snow trucks statewide, designed to remove snow and ice safely and efficiently from state routes and interstates. This month, 108 new trucks will hit the road to tackle winter weather. Motorists are reminded that when snow hits, TDOT ice and snow removal teams focus first on clearing interstates and heavily traveled state routes and will specifically target areas vulnerable to freezing, such as hills, curves, ramps, bridges and interchanges. And while TDOT will do everything it can to keep the road safe, when the roads are ice and snow covered, the Department recommends that drivers stay off the roads.


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