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Safety Committee
Jay Walker Tuesday August 19, 2014

The Warren County Commission's Safety Committee will meet Tuesday night to receive an EMS update.
The meeting starts at 6:30 at the Administrative Building.


Bowling Town Hall Meeting
Jay Walker Monday August 18, 2014

State Sen. Janice Bowling will be in McMinnville Thursday for a town hall meeting. The meeting will begin at 1pm Thursday afternoon at the Administrative Building. The Senator will give brief opening remarks, after which she will take questions from the audience. The public is encouraged to attend.


Pioneer Football
Jay Walker Monday August 18, 2014

After three successful preseason scrimmages, the Warren County Pioneer football team is now practicing for the games that count as they get ready for the season opener this Friday night.
The Pioneers came out on top in their scrimmage with Giles County Friday night before a large crowd at Nunley Stadium. The team will open their season at DeKalb County this Friday night at 7pm in Smithville.
The games will be broadcast live again this year on SPORTSRADIO 1230 WAKI and online at


Tennessee Promise Program
Monday August 18, 2014

Tennessee high school seniors who complete their Tennessee Promise application by November 1st and graduate next spring will have the opportunity to attend Motlow College tuition-free beginning with the fall 2015 semester.
The Tennessee Promise is available to Tennessee high school seniors throughout the Motlow College 11-county service area, without an academic or income requirement.
Motlow will hold a session where students can complete the Tennessee Promise application and a Motlow admissions application on October 7th at the McMinnville Center. Other Motlow locations also have sessions planned.
For more information on the Tennessee Promise program, go to


Warren County Commission
Jay Walker Monday August 18, 2014

The Warren County Commission will meet in regular session Monday night and will consider resolutions authorizing the issuance of general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $4.9 million.
The bond issue will be used to fund renovations at Irving College School, construction of a wellness facility at WCHS and renovations to the Bobby Ray School gymnasium.
Commissioners will also consider the appointment of two Judicial Commissioners.
Monday night's meeting will begin at 6:30pm at the Administrative Building.


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