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Local Election Results

By Editor | November 8, 2022 | Comments Off on Local Election Results

Full Election Results by Precinct 8 Nov. 2022 Click below to view larger    

CCMS Homecoming

By Editor | November 8, 2022 |

Cooksey Named CCMS Queen Madi Cooksey, center, was named CCMS Homecoming Queen tonight. Her escort was Reed Decker. Lily Thurman was named the 8th grade winner with her escort Gavin Craft, right, Lily Pruitt was named the 7th grade attendant with her escort Isaiah Claywell, and Lexi Craft was the 6th grade winner with her…

By Editor | October 25, 2022 |

Everyone call today and make your appointment.  

New Reporting Opens

By Editor | October 21, 2022 |
Sick to Stomach

The Governor announced the launch of a new website – FoodSafetyReporting.ky.gov – where Kentuckians can easily report food-borne issues. Previously when someone suspected what they had eaten made them ill, it was reported to district or local health departments via phone, then a decision was made as to whether further investigation was needed. The new…

Allie Morgan Panther Spotlight

By Editor | September 28, 2022 |

  Panther Spotlight Allie Morgan By Jessica Pitcock CCN Sports Junior Allie Morgan is the youngest of the Morgan girls to come through Cumberland County High School. Her sisters Bailey and Maggie both played sports throughout school and Bailey is the coach of the softball team at CCMS now. Allie has been on the varsity…

Fourth Region All “A” Classic Champions

By Editor | August 30, 2022 |

Lady Panthers Win Class A Golf Championship By Jessica Pitcock, CCN Sports      For the first time in school history, the Cumberland County Lady Panther golf team are the Fourth Region All A Tournament champions. The tournament was held at Dale Hollow Lake State Park August 23.      Kenzie Willen and Keagan Walden both shot…

Panther Spotlight-Ray Harwood

By Editor | June 15, 2022 |

  Panther Spotlight Ray Harwood By Jessica Pitcock        Sophomore Ray Harwood is one of the three athletes in his class that decided to repeat their freshman year with the COVID “Redo Bill.” The decision turned out to be a good one because the freshman team won the 16th District Championship for the first time…