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Author Archives: Sheila Scruggs

Sheila Says: Don’t Forget To Fall Back This Weekend (Nov. 5th)

Sunday, November 5, 2017, marks the end of Daylight Saving Time as we “fall back”. Be sure to move your clocks back an hour when you go to bed Saturday night. The actual change on Nov. 5th will occur at 2 a.m. What will you do with the extra hour ? Sleep?  Here’s a fun montage to help you celebrate.   Read More »

Sheila Says: Rising Above’s Vision Dinner Is Tuesday

I was happy to talk with Co-founder and Executive Director Becky Davidson about the future of Rising Above. Here’s more information about attending their dinner: It’s an evening of celebrating the legacy of Rising Above Ministries, and looking forward to what is in store for 2018 during their Legacy Vision Dinner on Tuesday, November 7th.  It takes place at The ... Read More »

Sheila Says: Local Spooky Stories From Dale Welch

Dale Welch work at the Monterey Depot Museum and is a fan of local history. I asked him to tell us some of the ghost stories of this area.  He was kind enough to record some of those for us. Whistling Willie at Monterey Depot: Crazy George’s Bridge in Putnam County: Wolf Man on Clarkrange Highway: The Little Old Apple ... Read More »

Sheila Says: Eclipse Fun With Kids & Teachers

The excitement over the solar eclipse was felt all over the Upper Cumberland. I had a great time visiting with the staff and students at Prescott South Middle School in Cookeville and Gainesboro Elementary.  It was fun to get their take on the event the Friday before it happened. What did they think would take place? How would their animals ... Read More »

Sheila Says: Walk With A Doc In Cookeville

Walk every Saturday morning at 9 now through September with a doctor to improve your health and fitness at Cookeville Regional Medical Center’s main lobby.  Cardiologist Scott Reising, MD talked with me about the value of Walk With A Doc. Read More »