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Crossville Police To Carry EpiPens
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday November 15, 2017

The Crossville City Police Department will soon be equipped with EpiPens. At Tuesday's Meeting, the City Council gave the green light for the Department to participate in a program through the Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation. The Cookeville Police Department was the first in Tennessee to take advantage of the program and the second in the nation. Now Crossville officers will be able to administer the life saving drug epinephrine to people suffering from anaphylactic shock.

 


Free Admission To CCHS First Home Basketball Game With Children's Book Donation
Submitted: CCHS Wednesday November 15, 2017

In conjunction with the Cumberland County School's Book Drive, Cumberland County High School is offering free admission to the first home basketball game on Monday, November 20, CCHS vs. McMinn Central, to anyone bringing in a minimum of five (5) children's books as admission. The theme for the Crossville Christmas Parade is "Readin' Round the Christmas Tree". Books collected will be distributed to children attending the parade. CCHS students have been collecting books on a daily basis in order to reach their goal.

 


Crime Stoppers Tip Leads To 4 Arrests on Meth Charges
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday November 14, 2017

Four people were arrested last Wednesday after Crossville Police received a Crime Stopper tip about drug activity at 487 Old Lantana Road. According to reports, the investigation led to Apartment 201 where police found 420 baggies with methamphetamine and marijuana, various other drugs and drug paraphernalia. Four people inside the apartment were arrested: 27-year-old Emilee Breazeale, of Crossville; 20-year-old Kayla Edwards, of Crossville; 37-year-old Alec Ledbetter, of Crossville; and 22-year-old Alan Harris, South Carolina. There were all charged with sell, manufacture and delivery of Methamphetamine.

 


2017-18 Gun Hunting Season for Deer Opens November 18
tn.gov/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday November 14, 2017

Tennessee's 2017-18 gun hunting season for deer opens Saturday, Nov. 18. Deer gun season has the traditional opening date of the Saturday prior to Thanksgiving. During gun season, sportsmen may also use muzzleloader or archery equipment. The season will continue through Jan. 7, 2018 and the second Young Sportsman Hunt is Jan. 13-14. Anyone born on or after January 1, 1969 is required to carry proof of satisfactory completion of a hunter education class or be in possession of the Apprentice Hunting License (along with other required licenses) while hunting any species in Tennessee. For more information about Tennessee's 2017-18 deer hunting seasons, refer to the 2017-18 Tennessee Hunting and Trapping Guide available at all license agents, TWRA regional offices in Jackson, Nashville, Crossville, and Morristown or on the TWRA website at www.tnwildlife.org.

 


State Fire Marshal: Misuse of Electric Cords Can Lead to Fires
tn.gov/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday November 14, 2017

As people begin putting up their holiday decorations, the State Fire Marshal's Office (SFMO) reminds Tennesseans that the dangers of electrical hazards are always present and warns of common hazards such as overloaded electrical outlets, arcing, and extension cords. Between 2012 and 2016 in Tennessee, electrical distribution equipment such as wiring, outlets, cords and plugs accounted for 9.51 percent of all structure fires and 14.38 percent of all structure fire deaths, according to SFMO data. The State Fire Marshal's Office says you should check all electrical cords often. Replace cracked, damaged, and loose electrical or extension cords. Do not try to repair them. Major and small appliances should be plugged directly into a wall outlet, never an extension cord. Unplug small appliances when not in use. Extension cords are for temporary use only. Have a qualified electrician determine if additional circuits or wall outlets are needed. For more information on how to protect your family from an electrical fire, visit www.tn.gov/fire.

 

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