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Sheila Scruggs

Sheila (Page) 12-1-15Originally from Lynchburg, TN (By the way, Sheila makes excellent lemonade…), Sheila lives in Cookeville with husband Tim and her fuzzy “kids.”

Sheila has always wanted a career in the spotlight. As a child, Sheila desperately wanted to be a professional whistler…but a series of unfortunate playground pranks involving sticking her tongue to a frozen flag pole brought those dreams to an end. Luckily, Sheila was encouraged by her Granny who said, “A whistling woman and a crowing hen always comes to a bad end.”

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Sheila Says: Help Local Couples With Adopting A Child

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The River Community Church and Hannah’s Cry Adoption Fund are taking donations for an event on September 24th. It’s called the Both Hand Project where they do work on widow’s homes in hope to gain donations for the Hannah’s Cry Adoption Fund. If you’d like to sponsor someone, call Jami Thornsberry at 954-3169-0434.  For more information click here.  Listen to my ... Read More »

Sheila Says: Meet The Dog Ambassador Of A Small Town

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Bruno has become a bit of a local legend in the city of Longville, Minnesota. Every day for the past 12 years, just after sunrise, Bruno walks four miles up Highway 84 from his home into town to make the rounds, visiting city hall, the library, the ice cream shop, several real estate offices, and a grocery store, where deli workers ... Read More »

Sheila Says: Find Out About Cool Things To Do At The Algood Library

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Is your child into Legos? Algood Branch Library invites your child to drop by & join in on some Lego fun. If you like adult coloring, there is a class going on in September where like minded people get together and color different designs. Everything you need is provided. If you missed my interview with branch manager, Matthew Krist, you ... Read More »

Sheila Says: A Teacher That Doesn’t Give Homework!

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A teacher that remains anonymous has stopped assigning homework. In a note to parents the teacher penned, “Dear Parents. After much research this summer, I am trying something new. Homework will only consist of work that your student did not finish during the school day. There will be no formally assigned homework this year. Research has been unable to prove ... Read More »

Sheila Says: How Much Do You Think The White House Is Worth?

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How much do you think the White House is worth? Excluding tourism and the significance of it’s history how much is the building itself worth. A Los Angeles consultant was hired to appraise it’s value. With it’s 132 rooms, 18 acres of land and 750 artifacts they said the White House is worth $250 million. Imagine the property tax! Read More »

Sheila Says: Help Break A World Record & Help Locals

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There will be a huge Tug of War on October 29th at TTU’s Tucker Stadium. Be a part of history and get signed up to participate so you can help break the world record. Thanks to Sgt. Anthony Leonard for being on my morning show to talk about it. Proceeds go to MADD, SADD & Cookeville High’s TEST Club.  Click ... Read More »

Sheila Says: Dick Van Dyke Surprises The Denny’s Crowd!

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At the ripe old age of 90 Dick Van Dyke’s still got it. He was at a Denny’s in Santa Monica and he was joined by some employees for an impromptu acapella version of “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.” He starred in the movie “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” in 1968. Cell phones were up all around the restaurant. So, yes, I ... Read More »

Sheila Says: Ever Seen A Cat With Four Ears?

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A black cat with four ears named Batman has found a home after spending a month at the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society in Pittsburgh. The employees knew immediately that they were seeing something special and didn’t allow him to be adopted at first because they had to clear up an infection. Once he was well, the search for a home lasted just a ... Read More »