Saturday, December 10, 2022
Happening Now

On Demand Audio

The Scene: Faye Fedewa & Fiber Art

This week, get to know and learn more about Crossville fiber artist Faye Fedewa.  Join host Andrea Kruszka as she sits down with Crossville fiber artists Faye Fedewa. They discuss how he got started while taking classes at the Appalachian Center For Craft, his current hand-stitched quilt project, as well as his current major, and what his plans are ... Read More »

High School Playbook: The Races For Region Winners Heat Up

Monterey, Upperman both get big region wins to stay in postseason playoff race.  Every week on The High School Playbook, we break down high school games from around the Upper Cumberland. Upperman outlasts Dekalb County in a overtime win on Friday. Coffee County is too strong for Cookeville. Monterey wins big at home to stay on track for a ... Read More »

High School Playbook: Navigating Fall Break And The Bye Week

Region 4-AAAA contest heats up with Upperman and DeKalb County battling Friday. Every week on The High School Playbook, we break down high school games from around the Upper Cumberland. Region 4-AAAA is hotly contested with Upperman and Dekalb County battling Friday. Clay County looks to keep it rolling. Hear from them and more as we discuss high school sports ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Wilder

Discover the history behind the company town of Wilder, TN in Fentress County. When the Fentress Coal and Coke Company began planning its operations for rural Fentress County in the early 1900s, they wanted to create a company town. They named it Wilder. The town was named for the company’s owner John T. Wilder. The first coal mine opened in ... Read More »

Whence We Came: Louise Young Pt 1

Louise Young talks her early life, family, Champ Ferguson, and church services.  On this week’s edition of Whence We Came – Host John Owen sits down with, and explores the life of Louise Young. Together they discuss when and where it all got started for Louise, her mother’s side of the family, the people that they both know in ... Read More »

The Scene: Jonathan Nelms & Woodworking

Get to know local woodworker Jonathan Nelms, and where his interest comes from.  Join host Andrea Kruszka as she sits down with Cookeville woodworker Jonathan Nelms. They discuss how he got into woodworking, and how the interest took off, what he would like people to get out of his work, why people should make what they enjoy making, as ... Read More »

High School Playbook: Stone Memorial Suffers First Region Loss

Clay County and White County continue towards the playoffs with their sixth win.  Every week on The High School Playbook, we break down high school games from around the Upper Cumberland. Clay County’s Bruce Lamb and White County’s Mark Frasier join the show to talk about their teams earning win number six on the year. Stone Memorial falls at ... Read More »

High School Playbook: How Teams Approach The Bye Week

Stone Memorial and Macon County battle for the top spot in Region 4-AAAA. Every week on The High School Playbook, we break down high school games from around the Upper Cumberland. Most teams are on bye this week, so we find out how they handle the bye week. Livingston and Cumberland County both search for their first win of the ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Breastfeeding Pt 2

Learn about breastfeeding and its misconceptions brought on by formula shortages This year’s baby formula shortage brought a lot of attention to the idea of breastfeeding. A lot of misconceptions too, and a lot of controversy. Stephanie Ross a Breastfeeding USA Counselor for the Upper Cumberland. Today In The Upper Cumberland airs each weekend as a way to introduce you ... Read More »

Whence We Came: Daphene Richardson

This week – discover the life, and many experiences, of Daphene Richardson.  On this week’s edition of Whence We Came – Host John Owen sits down with, and explores the life of Daphene Richardson. Together they discuss when and where she was born, her mother’s home remedies for when her and her siblings would get sick, lineage in the ... Read More »