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Voter ID Law
AP Monday November 24, 2014

Many people who worked closely with the late civil rights lawyer George Barrett say they intend to keep the cause of voting rights alive. Barrett died in August, two months before a new report by the Government Accountability Office found that Tennessee and Kansas, which toughened their voter ID laws, saw steeper drops in election turnout than states that did not.
Voter advocates say the report justifies the need to examine the effects of the voter ID law in Tennessee, which requires that voters show a photo ID at the polls.

 


Tennessee Unemployment
Monday November 24, 2014

Tennessee's unemployment for the month of October was 7.1 percent, down slightly from the September rate of 7.3 percent. That's according to Tennessee Labor and Workforce Commissioner Burns Phillips.
The national rate for October was 5.8 percent, down from 5.9 in September.
Over the past year, Tennessee's unemployment rate decreased from 8.1 to 7.1 percent, while the national rate declined from 7.2 percent to 5.8.

 


WCHS Basketball
Jay Walker Monday November 24, 2014

The WCHS basketball teams travel to Woodbury Monday night for a non-district doubleheader against the Cannon County Lions and Lady Lions.
The Lady Pioneers are 7-0 and will likely be facing their toughest test Monday night.
The Pioneer men are 4-3 coming off an overtime loss at DeKalb County.
Monday night's doubleheader starts at 6pm at Cannon County Highs School.

 


Human Remains ID'd
AP Monday November 24, 2014

The human remains found earlier this month on the Arnold Air Force Base in Coffee County, Tennessee have been identified as a man who has been missing since July 2011.

Leo Paul Massicotte's remains were discovered by squirrel hunters on Nov. 10 at the base situated off Highway 55 between Manchester and Tullahoma, about 90 miles southeast of Nashville.

In 2011, there was an intense search in the area for Massicotte after the 33-year-old took off walking to a friend's house. He was never seen again.

The last call on his cell phone was picked up by a nearby tower and pointed police to the same area where the remains were found.

 


BB Teams Split
Jeff Barnes Saturday November 22, 2014

The Warren Co. Lady Pioneers remained perfect on the season Friday night as they defeated Dekalb Co. in Smithville 54-38.
The Pioneers went into overtime but came up short losing 77-72 to the Tigers. Pioneers drop to 4-3 on the season.
Pioneers and Lady Pioneers will travel to Woodbury Monday night to face Cannon Co. Tip off for the girls game is 6pm.

 

 

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