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High School Playbook: Upperman Softball Off To A Solid Start

Clarkrange battles inclement weather early on; Warren Co excited for new season.  Every week on The High School Playbook, we break down high school games from around the Upper Cumberland. Upperman Softball gets off to a solid start. Clarkrange battles inclement weather early on. Pickett County gets on track in win over Jackson County. Warren County is excited for ... Read More »

The Chat With Michael Detwiler: Former U.S. Representative Diane Black

Learn more about the life and career of former U.S. Representative Diane Black.  On today’s episode of The Chat…Michael Detwiler sits down with former U.S. Representative for Tennessee’s 6th congressional district, Diane Black. They discuss her background including what got her interested in politics and where her political career began, what her experience was like running for the Tennessee ... Read More »

The Chat With Dwight Henry: Meet Larry Self Pt 1

Meet Larry Self & learn the origin and history of the Cookeville Rescue Mission.  On today’s episode of The Chat…Dwight Henry sits down with Larry Self, Founder of the Cookeville Rescue Mission. They discuss how and when he found his faith and his call to serve in ministry, what originally brought him to Cookeville, and what led to the ... Read More »

The Chat With Caroline Moore: Astrology

Learn about the study of astrology with local artist & astrologer Emily Remmert.  On today’s episode of The Chat…Caroline Moore meets with local artist, astrologer, and owner of Remmert Rivers Edge Woodworking Company, Emily Remmert. They discuss what astrology is and where her interest in it comes from, what the zodiac is and what their signs and elements represent, ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Cumberland County Playhouse

Go behind the curtain, and learn more about the Cumberland County Playhouse. This week, the Cumberland County Playhouse will begin its 2021 spring season with Clue on stage. It has been a difficult 12 months for Cumberland County Playhouse – affected as so many have been by COVID-19. But just as it has throughout its history, the Cumberland County Playhouse ... Read More »

The Scene: Amy Rodgers & Hand Stamped Jewelry

Learn all about hand stamped jewelry with Baxter jewelry designer Amy Rodgers. Content hosted by iono.fm Join host Emily Newman as she sits down with Amy Rodgers, a Baxter jewelry designer specializing in hand stamped jewelry. They discuss how she got started designing jewelry, what her artistic process is like when designing a piece of hand stamped jewelry, as well ... Read More »

The Chat With Kelly Swallows: Rising Above Ministries

Learn about Rising Above Ministries with Co-Founder and President Becky Davidson  On today’s episode of The Chat…Kelly Swallows talks with Becky Davidson, Co-Founder and President of Rising Above Ministries. They discuss what the nonprofit ministry is and how they work to help the special needs community, what the ministry’s goals are and how the community can help them out, ... Read More »

High School Playbook: Spring Sports Underway Across The Upper Cumberland

York softball battles an early injury; Cookeville softball ready for 2021 season  Every week on The High School Playbook, we break down high school games from around the Upper Cumberland. Clay County basketball prepares for community celebration. York softball battles an early injury bug. Cookeville softball is ready to show what they can do in 2021. Spring Sports get ... Read More »

The Chat With Michael Detwiler: Senator Bill Hagerty Field Representative

Meet Tanner Cox – Upper Cumberland Field Representative for Senator Bill Hagerty  On today’s episode of The Chat…Michael Detwiler meets with Tanner Cox, the Upper Cumberland Field Representative for State Senator Bill Hagerty. They discuss his background and education, what got him into politics, and what working during the 2016 election year was like, as well as what his ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Addressing Reading & Learning Loss

This week, we address the issues of reading and learning loss caused by COVID-19 Upper Cumberland counties are announcing plans for summer schools – these put in place by the legislature, and the Bill Lee administration to try to help with learning loss created by COVID-19. But just how severe is that learning loss, and are reading problems that the ... Read More »