Monday, April 22, 2019
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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: Learn More About Combating OCD

If you or someone you know has OCD, you know it can be debilitating. I talk with Chris Baier who has a child with OCD. He developed a movie about the subject and also has a webinar coming up with professionals discussing how to help deal with this disease. To beat OCD, start by taking it apart. His FREE webinar ... Read More »

Sheila Says: Spots To Watch For During The Big Game

SpotBowl is one of the nation’s first and largest Super Bowl advertising polls. Dave Shofner talks with me about what commercials feature famous celebs. Fans can vote during or after the game for their faves and can view up-to-the-minute results after each voting session. Polls close on Monday, February 4, at Noon EST. Visit www.spotbowl.com to vote for your favorites. ... Read More »

Sheila Says: A Motivational Book From A Local Author

Jeff & Becky Davidson started Rising Above Ministries to offer local families with special needs hope and encouragement. Through their spiritual journey, they have always been transparent to let others who are going through something similar know they are not alone. Becky Davidson lost her husband & best friend in May of 2017 due to a brief illness. He had ... Read More »

Sheila Says: Enjoy Spooky Local Stories

Dale Welch works at the Monterey Depot Museum and is also a Putnam County historian.  I asked Dale to tell us some local folklore for Halloween week. Here are five stories Dale shared with me along with my interview about how he learned about all these tall tales. Dale Welch                 Read More »

Sheila Says: Help Chief Brown With His Medical Bills

Tom Brown is a 40 year veteran of the fire service who currently serves as fire chief for Putnam County. He was diagnosed with leukemia and is currently receiving treatment in Nashville. The community would like to help the family with medical expenses. On Saturday, October 20th at 4pm, there will be a soup dinner and silent auction at First ... Read More »

Sheila Says: Cookeville High Student Learns About Law During Summer Vacation

Cookeville High School student, Caleb Stout, 14, learned some new skills this summer.  He was a participant in the Tennessee Highway Patrol youth Academy held for a week this summer. He also got the chance to see what his dad does on a daily basis as a Cookeville Police officer,Caleb’s parents,  Darrin and Ginger joined us on this interview with ... Read More »

Sheila Says: John Oates Loves Nashville

John Oates is one half of the best-selling duo of all time, Daryl Hall & John Oates, as well as an accomplished solo artist. A member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame.  In addition to his solo shows, John Oates continues to tour with Daryl Hall, playing sold-out concerts around the world. I ... Read More »