Crossville Life launches Golf Survey 

Results to be printed in the Oct.-Nov. issue

If you want to participate in our golf survey, click on the “Golf Survey” golf ball here and it will take you to the survey. If you want to receive an email with your selections, just give us your email address. That way, when the tabulations are printed in a future issue, you will be able to remember which holes and courses you voted for. Our ballot, with it’s multiple choice courses, should make it very easy, and hopefully we will have good participation. Our primary purpose is to have some fun with it. Voting will be open all of August and September, and we will print the results of the voting in the Oct.-Nov. issue.

Editor’s Picks

Huddleston and Kraft retire from Fairfield Glade golf operations

FLOP SHOTS

By Ed Lewis

Greetings to the many golf fans who read this fine publication,
which is published in the Tennessee county known as “The Golf Capital of Tennessee.” It’s an honor Cumberland County deserves.

All of us who are slaves to the game, are aware that the weather has not been our friend lately, but many great golfing days will soon be upon us. We are all looking forward to swinging our clubs and hoping The rest of the story

Posted in GOLF | Comments Off on Huddleston and Kraft retire from Fairfield Glade golf operations

Dr. Roberts follows an unusual path to medicine

Dr. Greg Roberts

You often hear people who become top professionals in their field say they dreamed of being that from an early age, but that wasn’t the case with Dr. Greg Roberts.

It’s not a stretch to say he came to be with Cookeville Regional Medical Center and Tier 1 Institute in Cookeville through an unusual path.

Dr. Roberts, an Upper Cumberland native, decided to pursue a medical degree after three years in a completely different major. The rest of the story

Posted in CRMC Updates, Faces in the Crowd, PEOPLE | Comments Off on Dr. Roberts follows an unusual path to medicine

It’s a Wonderful Life / Saying goodbye to six good men

Over the last 35 years, I have written a column entitled, “It’s A Wonderful Life.” Through the years, this column has appeared in several publications, but for the past 11 years, it has been the anchor of Crossville Life Magazine. … The rest of the story

Posted in PEOPLE | Comments Off on It’s a Wonderful Life / Saying goodbye to six good men

New at BB’s Deli in Crossville

BB's Deli outdoor patio

New at BB’s Deli As popular as BB’s Deli has become since relocating downtown, they recently opened a new outdoor patio in the rear of their building at 69 Main Street (across from the Palace Theatre). There are four tables, … The rest of the story

Posted in DINING | Comments Off on New at BB’s Deli in Crossville

Keith Comstock’s military career was one to remember; included clandestine work

Col. Keith Comstock

Imagine not being able to tell your family about a significant part of what you did during your military career until a half-century after the fact.
Comstock was a part of one of the biggest covert military/CIA operations in the early Cold War years. The rest of the story

Posted in PEOPLE | Comments Off on Keith Comstock’s military career was one to remember; included clandestine work