Cumberland County Teacher Arrested After Drugs Found in Car in School Parking Lot

A Part-Time Teacher In A Cumberland County Elementary School Is Facing A Number Of Different Charges After Drugs Were Discovered In Her Car While On School Grounds.

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Tennessee Granted $23.7M In Federal Funds For Short-Line Railroad Bridges

Tennessee Received $23.7 Million To Upgrade Or Replace 42 Railroad Bridges Across The State.

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Tennessee Commits Final $30.6M Of ARPA Funds

Tennessee Committed Its Final $30.6 Million In Federal Pandemic Relief Funding To A Housing Program And A Rural Health Program.

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Crossville Man Arrested For Protesting Pride Parade

A Crossville Man Was Arrested On Saturday For Protesting A Pride Parade Event On The Crossville Courthouse Lawn. Wallace Shane Wattenbarger, A Lifelong Resident Of Crossville, Tennessee, And Owner Of Rockytop Stone Supply, Says That His First Amendment Rights Were Violated After Standing Up For His Beliefs And Protesting The Pride March.

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Cameron Sexton Announces $2 Million State Grant to Fix Cumberland County Courthouse

Cumberland County Recently Received $2 Million From The State In Order To Fix Water Damage That Put The County Courthouse At Risk Of Possible Collapse. Gov. Bill Lee Signed Off On Tennessee’s Annual Budget Which Included A $2 Million Appropriation Meant To Go Specifically Towards Structural Support Repairs For The Historic Courthouse.

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Cumberland County Dems File Civil Complaint With Attorney General Over TN House Speaker Sexton’s Residency

More Than A Dozen Residents Of House Speaker Cameron Sexton’s District Filed A Complaint With The Tennessee Attorney General, Asking For A Civil Investigation Into Whether He Wrongly Filed Reimbursement Expenses With The State.

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45 Days With Our 45th President

A Wife, Mother, And Grandmother Is Turning Herself Over To Federal Prison Authorities For Her Sentence Of 45 Days As A Result Of Participating In The January 6th Rally In DC. Supporting Freedom And Liberty. Mariposa Castro Will Be Leaving Her Husband, Three Children, And Two Grandchildren Because She Chose To Fight For The Rights Of All Americans In The Country By Exposing The Hypocrisy Of BLM And Antifa.

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Judge Barred From Opioid Trial After Using Case To Boost His Reelection Bid

An Appellate Court Is Barring A Tennessee Judge From Presiding Over A Governmental Lawsuit Against Opioid Makers, Distributors And Pharmacies For Billing Himself On Facebook As A Warrior Against The Drugs And Using The Case To Bolster His Own Reelection Campaign.

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Cumberland County Golf Tournament To Feature Speakers Cameron Sexton And Scott Golden

The Cumberland County Republican Party’s Second Annual Golf Tournament Will Feature Tennessee GOP Chairman Scott Golden, House Speaker Cameron Sexton And Cumberland County Mayor Allen Foster As Guest Speakers This Year.

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