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Lady Pioneers' Season Ends
Jay Walker Tuesday February 24, 2015

The Warren County Lady Pioneers saw their season come to an end Monday night as they lost to Bradley Central 59-37 in the Region opener at Cleveland, Tn.
5-11 Freshman Rhyne Howard led Bradley in scoring with 22 points, with her teammate Halle Hughes adding 20.
The Lady Pioneers were led by Brittany Myers and Elsa Eckenrod, who each had 11 points. Karagon Turner added 10.

 


Blood Drive
Jay Walker Tuesday February 24, 2015

The American Red Cross will have a blood drive Tuesday at Caney Fork Electric. The drive will go from 2pm-6pm.
To schedule an appointment, call 473-3116. Walk-ins are welcome.
All blood types are needed.

 


McMinnville Board
Jay Walker Tuesday February 24, 2015

The McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet Tuesday night to consider two resolutions.
Resolutions on the agenda include a measure to appoint the accounting firm of Denning and Cantrell to perform the annual audit for the city; and a measure to accept a bid for a backhoe for the Public Works Department.
The board will also get an update report on the Park Theatre.
Tuesday night's board meeting begins at 7pm at City Hall.
It will be preceded by a Safety Committee meeting at 6:30 and a Water and Sewer Committee meeting at 6:45.

 


Weather Problems
Jay Walker Monday February 23, 2015

Warren County was hit with another snow and ice storm over the weekend, but it could have been much worse. While Warren County did experience some downed trees and power lines, the damage was much worse east of here on the Cumberland Plateau. Thousands remain without power in White, Cumberland and other counties to the east. Many trees and utilities poles were down, with many blocking roads. In Crossville, a radio station tower collapsed under the weight of the ice and the high winds.
The National Guard and the highway patrol have sent teams of workers to the hardest-hit areas to assist local officials.

 


Gun Law Changes Proposed
Monday February 23, 2015

Some state lawmakers are proposing legislation that would enable gun owner in Tennessee to legally carry a gun without a permit.
Rutherford County Republican Rick Womick is pushing a bill that would allow legal gun-owners to carry their weapons without a permit, either concealed or not.
People carrying without a permit would still have to follow laws that ban weapons in schools and businesses, or having a gun while drinking alcohol.
The bill would need to pass both the House and Senate and plenty of debate is expected.

 

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