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Author Archives: Will Hearn

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Cyber Security Pt 2

Tennessee Tech’s Eric Brown discusses the critical importance of cyber security. The shopping, the decorating, the music all cranking up around the holiday season – so are the holiday scams. It’s a part of our life today. Tennessee Tech’s Cyber Security Education, Research, and Outreach Center is there to try and help. We continue our conversation with Eric Brown, the ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Cyber Security

Tennessee Tech’s Eric Brown discusses the critical importance of cyber security. Not many days go by when we don’t read news about scams – web, email, text, phone, social media – every technology we use is a place where bad things can seemingly happen. But a Tennessee Tech expert says simple things that we would never do in person, we’re ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Winter Preparedness

This week, Brandon Smith discusses winter preparedness as the weather changes. Our recent fire dangers across the Upper Cumberland are simply a reminder that Mother Nature is always at the controls, and one simply never knows what will be next. So preparedness is key. Brandon Smith is here to talk about winter preparedness. Today In The Upper Cumberland airs each ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Workforce & Addiction

This week, we discuss the topics of workforce, and the recovery from addiction. More and more companies are turning to recovering addicts as a way to supply the needed workforce. It’s not an easy decision, but it’s not easy for recovering addicts to find a place in the workforce. Today In The Upper Cumberland airs each weekend as a way ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Kim Rosamond

TTU Women’s Basketball Coach Kim Rosamond talks the upcoming basketball season. A product of Ole Miss, where she played for legendary coach Van Chancellor. Kim Rosamond is now in her 8th season leading the Tennessee Tech Women’s Basketball program. This year arrives with a lot of expectations after what happened last spring. Today In The Upper Cumberland airs each weekend ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Dr. Dianne Murphy Pt 2

TTU’s Dr. Dianne Murphy continues to discuss the state of college athletics. Tennessee Tech Alum Dr. Dianne Murphy is back in Cookeville helping raise money for the Tucker Stadium expansion. The long time Athletic Administrator at Columbia University, and the University of Denver brings a unique perspective to the current goings on in college athletics. Today In The Upper Cumberland ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Dr. Dianne Murphy

Dr. Dianne Murphy discusses coming home, college athletics, and Tennessee Tech. When the football season ends, the process to remake Tucker Stadium will begin. It’s a project that’s long awaited, and it’s being helped along by a Tennessee Tech alum who has a background in college athletics. Dr. Dianne Murphy served as Athletics Director for both the University of Denver, ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Tommy Burks Case

Retired Putnam Co Sheriff David Andrews looks back on the 1998 Tommy Burks case. October 19, 1998 – you may not remember the day, but if you lived in the Upper Cumberland 25 years ago, you no doubt remember the events. State Senator Tommy Burks shot and killed just outside of Monterey at his family farm. The man who did ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Addiction Pt 2

This week, we hear the stories of several individuals recovering from addiction. Opioid abatement money is on its to the counties of the Upper Cumberland, and to those all across the state. The question now, how will it be best spent, and can the counties of the Upper Cumberland work together to solve some common issues? For example, how do ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Addiction Pt 1

This week, we hear the stories of several individuals recovering from addiction. Opioid abatement money is on its to the counties of the Upper Cumberland, and to those all across the state. The question now, how will it be best spent, and can the counties of the Upper Cumberland work together to solve some common issues? For example, how do ... Read More »