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Your Stories: Earl Lloyd

Your Stories: Earl Lloyd

A former professional basketball player resides in Cumberland County. Other than the fact that he is extremely tall, you would never know it. He's humble about his accomplishments and his accomplishments are pretty impressive.

Three names made basketball history in 1950. "Sweetwater" Clifton, Chuck Cooper and Earl Lloyd. The first three African American men in the NBA.

The first, though, to actually play in a game was Earl Lloyd who now lives just outside of Crossville.

It's Football Time in Tennessee!

It's Football Time in Tennessee!


It's the day Vol fans have been waiting for, the start of the 2012 football season.    

It's been a long offseason for the team having to dwell on a loss to Kentucky for the last eight months.

But today the Vols open up the season against NC State.

The arrived in Atlanta yesterday afternoon.

This is the first time in 73 years that the team has played a regular season game on a Friday.

The Vols will take on the Wolfpack tonight at the Georgia Dome at 7:30 p.m.

The game will be aired on ESPU-U.

Send Us Your Photos: Fentress & Cumberland

Send Us Your Photos: Fentress & Cumberland

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Crossville farm gives the gift of green beans

Crossville farm gives the gift of green beans

Second Harvest Food Bank has assembled a team of volunteers to sort through 5,000 pounds of green beans.

The beans would have been thrown back in the field for fertilizer, but Hughes Farm in Crossville was able to donate them.

Second Harvest says it's the basics of food-banking.

"Our whole network was started to keep food out of the dumpster and out of the fields. And this is gleaning at its best. And then of course, it will go out to our 500 partners in our 18-county service area as soon as we get it sorted," said Elaine Streno.