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Pioneer Football
Jay Walker Saturday October 4, 2014

For the second time this season, the Warren County Pioneers lost a heart-breaker on the final play of the game. Stone Memorial picked up a blocked field goal attempt and ran it back 90 yards for the game winning touchdown to give the Panthers a 40-34 win over the Pioneers.
The Pioneers travel to Carthage next Friday to face Smith County in a 7pm game.

 


Voter Registration Month
Saturday October 4, 2014

Nearly two dozen colleges across Tennessee partnered with the Secretary of State's office to participate in a month-long voter registration drive during September. The campaign in honor of National Voter Registration Month resulted in more than 1,000 Tennesseans becoming registered to vote.
Twenty-three colleges opened voter registration booths on their campuses at different times throughout the month. Students, faculty members and administrators all participated in the effort.
The deadline to register to vote in the November 4th election is next Monday, October 6th. Early voting begins October 15th.

 


Autumn Street Fair
Jay Walker Friday October 3, 2014

The 20th annual Autumn Street Fair will be held Saturday in downtown McMinnville. The event is organized by Leadership McMinnville through the Chamber of Commerce.
More than 200 vendor booths will be set up along Main Street and Court Square. There will also be live entertainment and a baby show.
In addition, there will be inflatables for the kids.
The event begins at 9am and will continue to 5pm.

 


New Plant in Tennessee
AP Friday October 3, 2014

Athletic apparel maker Under Armour says it will build a new distribution center in Mt. Juliet.
The $100 million facility is projected to create 1,500 jobs in the next five years.
The announcement was made Thursday by Gov. Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty.
The distribution center will be Under Armour's third in the nation when it opens in 2016. The others are in Maryland and California.

 


CDBG Grants
Jay Walker Friday October 3, 2014

The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development has approved more than $28 million in Community Development Block Grants to assist Tennessee communities with infrastructure, health and safety projects, and downtown improvements.
Van Buren County is receiving a grant of $525,000 for Ambulance services.
White County will get $255,760 from the state for ambulance services. The County government will match it with $278,000.
In Grundy County, Coalmont will receive $458,500 for Housing rehabilitation Gruetli-Laager will receive $525,000 for Water treatment plant improvements.
Manchester will receive $315,000 for Drainage improvements.
The City of Smithville is one of several cites to receive a commercial facade program grant.

 

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