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Crossville Hosting Arbor Day Tree Giveaway Saturday

Crossville’s Tree Board is working with the city to host the annual tree giveaway on Saturday to celebrate Arbor Day. Tree Board Chair Janet Dowlen said they will be giving away different kinds of seedlings, as well as selling potted trees for easier care. Dowlen said she hopes the event will help people to better appreciate trees and their importance ... Read More »

Crossville Considering YMCA Partnership For Indoor Rec Center

Crossville city officials are looking into partnering with Putnam County’s YMCA to offset costs for the upcoming indoor recreation facility. City officials discussed the recreation center at a Tuesday night work session. The YMCA would handle the operation of the facility, a potential benefit according to council members. Putnam County Family YMCA CEO Mandy Perhay said she is concerned about ... Read More »

Christmas Parades Crank Up Saturday Across Region

Christmas parade season goes into overdrive this weekend across the Upper Cumberland. Pickett County is celebrating the holidays with the “Christmas in Byrdstown” event and Christmas parade Saturday. It will be at the Pickett County Library featuring music, food, and even an appearance from Santa Claus. The event begins at 9am. The Jamestown Rotary Club hosts its annual parade Saturday ... Read More »

Lyon Appointed By Crossville Council As City Judge

Crossville City Council appointed Tiffany Lyon to serve as Municipal Court Judge Tuesday night following three rounds of voting. Lyon replaces Ivy Gardner Mayberry who resigned effective September 30. The municipal judge serves a two-year term. A total of five attorneys submitted letters of application for the position including Nathan Clouse, Kevin Poore, Hayden Shadden, Jeffrey Vires, and Brett York. ... Read More »

Plateau Hikers Offering Weekly Outings To Public

The Plateau Chapter of the Tennessee Trails Association is offering guided hike opportunities for anyone looking to stay active in the new year. Program Manager John Martin said they offer short hikes and long hikes to meet peoples physical capabilities. Martin said they work as a team to make sure no one gets left behind. “We’ll work at the pace ... Read More »

Crossville Suspends In-Person Court Proceedings

The Crossville Police Department has announced that in-person court proceedings will be temporarily suspended due to the pandemic. This is an order issued by the 13th Judicial District of Tennessee. If someone has been cited into the Crossville City Court and has a January 2021 court date, they need to call the City Court Clerk at (931)-484-7231 to reschedule their ... Read More »

All Crossville City Offices Are Appointment Only

Beginning Tuesday all Crossville city offices will be open to appointment only and the drive-thru window will be open from 7:00 AM until 4:00 PM. All residents are being encouraged to use drive-thru and online services for Crossville. Water payments can be made online at www.crossvillepayments.com or through calling 833-209-4457. Service fees are being waived for online and phone payments. ... Read More »

Cumberland Woodturner’s Ornaments Helping Crossville Kids

The Cumberland Woodturners will turn their handmade Christmas ornaments into money for local kids throughout December. The organization brings together men and women who enjoy creating through the art of wood turning. Two trees covered with the group’s original designs for the holidays are now on display at Crossville’s Dogwood Exchange and the Village Green Mall. Cumberland Woodturner’s President Thomas ... Read More »

Plateau Women’s Chorus Commissions Composition

Crossville’s Plateau Women’s Chorus has commissioned an original piece of music for their return to performing. Chorus Director Dana Beal said they will not return to the stage until Fall of 2021, but it gives the chorus time to work out the kinks. Beal said this composition is being composed by internationally renowned composer Heather Sorenson. Beal said Sorenson suggested ... Read More »

TCAT Crossville Expanding, Adding High Demand Program

Crossville’s TCAT campus is expanding with a 12,000 square foot, $2 million dollar learning space. TCAT Crossville Vice President Stacy Johnson said he expects the new building to open in three to four weeks, opening up more space on the main campus. Johnson said the building construction technology and industrial maintenance programs will move to the new location, along with ... Read More »