Nashville Public Television’s most watched program “Tennessee Crossroads” crew pose with the Highlander Bluegrass band at the Museum of Scott County Friday afternoon. From left are Executive Producer Ken Simington, the show’s host Joe Elmore and videographer Matt Emigh. (Independent Herald photo/Paul Roy)
Nashville Public Television’s most watched program “Tennessee Crossroads” crew pose with the Highlander Bluegrass band at the Museum of Scott County Friday afternoon. From left are Executive Producer Ken Simington, the show’s host Joe Elmore and videographer Matt Emigh. (Independent Herald photo/Paul Roy)

 

HUNTSVILLE — In the not too distant future, you can select your favorite Tennessee PBS channel and get a close-up and personal look at the Museum of Scott County.

The student-built, student -operated three-acre museum complex on the campus of Scott High School here was the focal point for a three-member “Tennessee Crossroads” crew which spent Friday morning videotaping the sights and sounds.

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