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Jason And Tony (Page) 01-24-17Jason and Tony have known each other since Mrs. Ligons class at Cookeville High School.

Sure they got in trouble…

Now they get paid for it!

 

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Real Good: An Abused Dog Got Adopted, and Saved a Three-Year-Old’s Life

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Last April, someone brought an abused dog into an animal shelter in northern Michigan that had two broken legs. It still looks pretty young, so apparently it was still a puppy at that point. Luckily it recovered, and the owners got arrested for animal cruelty. Then another couple adopted it and named it Peanut. So it’s in good hands now. ... Read More »

Jason And Tony: An X-Ray of a Dog Who Swallowed the Monopoly Dog Token

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Apparently this dog heard that Monopoly is getting rid of some of its classic tokens and he was DETERMINED to protect the Scottie dog piece. Someone on Reddit just posted an X-ray of their dog’s stomach that shows he swallowed the Monopoly dog token. Or, as one person joked, maybe it just shows the dog is pregnant? Anyway, as far ... Read More »

Jason And Tony: The 5 Most Romantic Places To Stay In The Upper Cumberland

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Armour’s Hotel in Red Boiling Springs: The Hotel is furnished with antiques, each with private baths. Porches with rockers on 2 levels overlooking Salt Lick Creek.Mineral and Steam baths available anytime and massages by appointment. Armour’s has the only genuine mineral baths in Tennessee. Home cooked Country Breakfasts and Dinners available. Covered bridges & beautiful scenic drives nearby. Comfortable,relaxing, and ... Read More »

Jason And Tony: The Putnam County Fairgrounds Might Be Moving

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The Putnam County Fairgrounds on Jefferson might be moving . The fairgrounds have been at the current location since 1957 but had been in three other locations through the history of the fair. The first fairgrounds in 1856 were on Dixie Avenue just north of the square where Tennessee Tech is now. In 1895 when the Railroad came through Cookeville ... Read More »