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Haslam Touts Low-cost Labor
AP Thursday September 3, 2015

While Gov. Bill Haslam often states his goal of bringing "high-quality jobs" to Tennessee, a document produced by his administration suggests he may be less interested in making them high-paying positions.
The Commercial Appeal newspaper reports that the Haslam administration is touting the state internationally as a place with a "low-cost labor force" and "very low unionization rates."
That description is part of a request for information posted on the state's website on Monday for people and firms in Europe, Asia and South America interested in representing Tennessee's economic development goals with foreign companies.
Haslam has been a vocal critic of the United Auto Workers' efforts to gain collective bargaining rights at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, arguing that it would hurt efforts to lure foreign companies to Tennessee.


TDOT Lane Closures
Thursday September 3, 2015

The Tennessee Department of Transportation will halt all lane closure activity on interstates and state highways for the Labor Day holiday travel period. Construction crews will stop all lane closure activity beginning at noon Friday through 6am next Tuesday. This will provide maximum road capacity for motorists traveling during the busy Labor Day holiday.
TDOT Commissioner John Schroer said AAA predicts Friday and Monday to be the busiest travel times during the Labor Day holiday weekend. Drivers can expect to see an increased number of law enforcement personnel on the roads this weekend.
AAA projects that more than 604,000 Tennesseans will travel by car during the holiday.


WCHS Sports
Jay Walker Thursday September 3, 2015

The Warren County High School Lady Pioneer soccer team will be in action Thursday night as they take on Stone Memorial at Crossville. The match begins at 7pm.
Also, the WCHS JV football team travels to Lebanon for a 6pm game.
And the Lady Pioneer volleyball team travels to Crossville for a 5pm match at Cumberland County High School.


Saturation Patrols
Jay Walker Thursday September 3, 2015

The McMinnville Police Department will be conducting saturation patrols during this upcoming Labor Day weekend. Officers will be actively pursuing impaired drivers by patrolling the streets and conducting traffic stops.
The saturation patrols are designed to make the roads safer and increase public awareness of the dangers of drinking and driving.
Police are also asking for your help. If you see a vehicle being driven in an unsafe manner, call 668-7000 or 911.
The saturation patrols are a part of Operation "Be a Survivor: Get a Designated Driver," which has received funding from the Tennessee Governor's Highway Safety Office.


TennCare Fraud
Wednesday September 2, 2015

Two Coffee County residents are charged with TennCare fraud in separate incidents, both involving prescription drugs.
The Office of Inspector General announced the arrests after a joint effort with the Coffee County Sheriff’s Office. Both individuals were involved in the sale of prescription drugs paid for by TennCare.
The two arrested are:
Wilford Frankenberry, 58, of Manchester, charged with TennCare fraud in connection with using TennCare benefits to obtain the painkiller Hydrocodone, later selling a portion of the drugs, and
Samantha Walden, 48, of Tullahoma, charged with TennCare fraud in connection with using TennCare to obtain the painkiller Oxycodone, later selling a portion of the drugs.
TennCare fraud is a Class E felony carrying a sentence of up to two years in prison.



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