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Committee Meetings
Jay Walker Thursday September 25, 2014

Two committees of the Warren County Commission have scheduled meetings for Thursday.
The Financial Management Committee will meet at 3:30 to award bids for various projects. The board will also elect its new chairman. That meeting will be at the Administrative Building.
The Highway and Bridge Committee will meet at 4pm to get an update on road projects. That meeting will take place at the Highway Department.


WCHS Bonfire
Jay Walker Thursday September 25, 2014

The public is invited to attend a bonfire and pep rally Thursday night at the WCHS football practice field. The cost is $5, which includes hot dogs, chips, desserts and drinks. Proceeds from the bonfire and the sale of pink shirts will go to fund a scholarship for a student who has battled cancer.
There will be a cash prize of $100 to the group with the most school spirit and $50 for the individual.
The Pioneers will play Tullahoma Friday night at Nunley Stadium in what is being dubbed the "Pinkout Game" for cancer awareness.
Everyone is encouraged to wear your Pioneer school colors Thursday night and attend the bonfire and pep rally.


School Board
Jay Walker Thursday September 25, 2014

The Warren County School Board will meet in regular session Thursday night at the Central Office.
The board will receive the Director's operations report and will get reports from the Curriculum and Achievement and Facilities and Resources committees.
The meeting will follow the Facilities and Resource Committee meeting, which starts at 5pm.


McMinnville Board
Jay Walker Wednesday September 24, 2014

The McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen Tuesday night passed first reading of a measure to delete the church distance requirement for the sale of beer. The motion was made by Alderman Rick Barnes. Also voting in favor of the amended ordinance were Aldermen Ben Newman, Billy Wood and Mayor Haley. Aldermen Neal, Bonner and Smith voted against it.
The vote came in spite of pleas by four ministers in the audience who earlier urged the board to vote against the measure.
The ordinance will be up for another vote on second and final reading on October 14th.
In other business, the board approved on final reading an ordinance to appropriate funds in the amount of $228,931 to certain nonprofits.
You can hear Tuesday night's meeting in its entirety Wednesday at 10am and 5pm on 960 WBMC and online at


Fewer Teens Binge Drinking
AP Wednesday September 24, 2014

Tennessee officials say fewer teenagers and pre-teens in the state are binge drinking.
The state Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services says the decreases follow a five-year effort to heighten awareness about the dangers of having five or more drinks on one occasion.
The agency says that between 2009 and 2013, binge drinking rates for teens ages 14 to 17 dropped nearly 16 percent. Among those ages 18 to 25, that drop was 5 percent.
Other findings include a 25 percent drop in alcohol-related arrests among young people, a 24 percent reduction in juvenile drunken driving arrests and a 14 percent decrease in alcohol-related traffic fatalities.


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