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THP Checkpoints
Jay Walker Friday September 19, 2014

The Tennessee Highway Patrol will be conducting a seat belt checkpoint in Warren County Friday night on Highway 70S.
Recognizing that a high number of vehicle occupants killed in fatal crashes were unrestrained, the Highway Patrol has elected to create an enforcement campaign aimed at drastically reducing the number of unrestrained drivers and occupants.
Troopers will also be on active patrol observing for unrestrained drivers and passengers.


Security Company Report
Friday September 19, 2014

McMinnville Police Chief Bryan Denton says a report that lists McMinnville as having a worse crime rate than Nashville has no credibility. The report was released Thursday by a security company called Safe Streets USA.
The report lists Crossville as the most dangerous city in Tennessee. Memphis is third on the list, Manchester is seventh, McMinnville is 13th and Nashville is 14th.
Chief Denton said he believes it is an attempt by the security company to scare residents into purchasing their alarm systems. He said they do so by skewing the numbers to achieve their objective.


Pioneer Football
Jay Walker Friday September 19, 2014

The Warren County Pioneers get back to the district schedule Friday night with a trip to Sparta to take on the White County Warriors.
Both teams lost close games last week and both enter Friday night's game with a 1-3 record.
Kickoff is set for 7pm at Warrior Stadium in Sparta. The game will be broadcast live on SPORTSRADIO 1230 WAKI and online at


Weddington Terminated
Jay Walker Friday September 19, 2014

The McMinnville-Warren County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors says it will be seeking a Chamber President after the termination of the contract of Alicea Weddington on Thursday.
In a press release, the board said it will begin recruiting a replacement for Weddington, who served as Chamber President for seven years.
The board said the change in leadership comes as part of a restructuring effort designed to revitalize the Chamber's role as a partner to members, volunteers and the community as a whole.


Saturated Patrols
Jay Walker Thursday September 18, 2014

McMinnville Police will be conducting DUI saturation patrols this weekend, beginning Friday night. The saturation patrols are a part of Operation Be a Survivor:Get a Designated Driver.
The operation has received funding from the Tennessee Governor's Highway Safety Office.
Officers will be actively pursuing impaired drivers by patrolling the streets and conducting traffic stops. The saturation patrols are designed to make the streets safer and to increase public awareness of the hazards of drinking and driving.



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