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Trending Now Across The Upper Cumberland

A Putnam County man involved in a bank robbery apprehended by the US Marshal’s Services and Putnam C ...

Fentress County working to make its Solid Waste Department more attractive to potential truck driver ...

Cumberland River Hospital Owner Johnny Presley said Boa Vida remains interested in reopening Celina’ ...

A Baxter woman is facing drug charges after a search on McBroom Road Tuesday. Haley Bryant was arres ...

A Cookeville man continuing his work with Toys for Tots after 12 years of providing Christmas gifts ...

Tennessee Tech’s taking the next steps on two of its major projects. Capital Projects and Planning D ...

Recent state report detailing new data on Tennessee’s aging population predicts an increase of 300,0 ...

White County will resume efforts on bringing frisbee golf opportunities to the community. County Exe ...

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Justin talks on his family background leading him to education & administrat

Chris Pierce gives important info regarding attendance to parents in the county.

Ron discusses all things transportation and getting students to and from school.

Tracey discusses what goes into owning a salon and being in the beauty industry.

Keith talks all things Sequatchie Co. after being re-elected as county executive

This week – York Institute Dragonettes are ready to get back to the Glass House.

Lincoln Davis reflects on being a politician, and the state of Washington, D.C.

Tina Francis discusses her life, and her long career in Putnam County Schools. 

Get to know Cookeville painter Ed Tincher, and how his childhood inspires him. 

The Stone Memorial boys, and the DeKalb County girls are both off to hot starts.

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Cookeville
45°
clear sky
37% humidity
wind: 5m/s NW
H 49 • L 42
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Crossville
44°
overcast clouds
34% humidity
wind: 3m/s ESE
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Spencer
45°
overcast clouds
48% humidity
wind: 3m/s ENE
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Celina
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overcast clouds
60% humidity
wind: 5m/s SW
H 36 • L 32
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47°
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