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Today In The Upper Cumberland: Tornado Aftermath

This week, we examine the lessons learned from the March 3rd tornado aftermath. The clean up and support have been big parts of the tornado aftermath since the March storms roared through Putnam County. Another part of the aftermath has been assessment. What lessons were learned? What things need to be done better? Today we examine those lessons from emergency ... Read More »

Parental Guidance Suggested: The War With Grandpa

This week, Jane and Adam discuss The War With Grandpa starring Robert De Niro.  Adam Cravens and Jane Ellen watch more movies each month than most people do in a year. This week’s episode features The War With Grandpa.   Read More »

High School Playbook: Cookeville Hoping To Keep Playoff Hopes Alive Friday

DeKalb County will take on Macon County Friday night for region championship.  Every week on The High School Playbook, we break down high school games from around the Upper Cumberland. The Cookeville Cavaliers look to keep their playoff hopes alive with a win against Siegel Friday night. Warren County puts their undefeated streak on the line against Coffee County, ... Read More »

Local Matters With Tiffany Anton: Cookeville Weather Guy

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Michael Detweiler joins Tiffany to discuss his love of politics and meteorology. Content hosted by iono.fm Covering the issues that matter to you. Every weekday. On today’s Local Matters…Tiffany Anton meets with Michael Detweiler, community advocate and also known as The Cookeville Weather Guy. They discuss his love politics, where his interest in meteorology comes from, and how it led ... Read More »

Local Matters With Bob Bell: Tennessee Tech Board Of Trustees

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Thomas Lynn discusses Tennessee Tech’s most recent Board of Trustees meeting.  Covering the issues that matter to you. Every weekday. On today’s Local Matters…Bob Bell meets with Thomas Lynn, newly appointed member of the Tennessee Tech University Board of Trustees. They discuss the recent Board of Trustees meeting, school budgets, and the impact of COVID-19 on the university, its ... Read More »

Binge Or Cringe: Hubie Halloween

This week, Jane and Adam discuss Adam Sandler’s latest film – Hubie Halloween.  It’s the shows you’ll love enough to binge and the shows that’ll make you cringe. Binge Or Cringe is about Hubie Halloween on Netflix.   Read More »

Local Matters With Lewis Matheney: Lazy G Ranch

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Learn all about Cookeville’s Lazy G Ranch and their bison with owner Frida Gaw.  Covering the issues that matter to you. Every weekday. On today’s Local Matters…Lewis Matheney meets with Frida Gaw, Cookeville Boat Dock, and Lazy G Ranch in Cookeville. They discuss the bison that they keep on the Ranch, how they came to owning bison, and what ... Read More »

The Scene: Austin Messner & Ink Drawing

This week, find out how Cookeville artist Austin Messner draws his ink portraits Content hosted by iono.fm Join host Emily Newman as she sits down with Cookeville ink artist Austin Messner. They discuss some of the various portraits he’s drawn, and how and where he finds the inspiration for his various pieces. Cookeville graphic artist Haley Kissell discusses her experience ... Read More »

High School Playbook: Monterey Endures First Regular Season Loss In Two Years

DeKalb County lands fourth straight win with 49-7 victory over Smith County.  Every week on The High School Playbook, we break down high school games from around the Upper Cumberland. Monterey suffers first regular season loss in over two years against Bledsoe County. White County holds on to land a 34-28 win against Livingston Academy. DeKalb County offense is on ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Genesis House

Program manager Denise Dillon discusses the services offered at Genesis House. One in four women, and one in ten men, experience domestic violence. It can take various forms – physical, emotional, sexual, or psychological. And the domestic violence cases across the nation have increased exponentially during the COVID-19 outbreak. That’s certainly been the case in the Upper Cumberland as well. ... Read More »