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Fatal Crash in Van Buren County
WTVF Monday November 6, 2017

Three people were killed and four other victims were injured in a single-vehicle crash in Van Buren County.
The crash happened around 10:30 a.m. Sunday on State Route 111 near Baker Mountain Road.
Details of the crash were limited; however, authorities confirmed seven people were in an SUV traveling north that suddenly turned left for unknown reasons and rolled multiple times into the southbound lanes.
At least three people were ejected from the SUV when it rolled. Reports stated three victims died at the scene.
Four victims were taken by LifeFlight to Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga, and at least two were reportedly in very critical condition.
The roadway was closed to southbound traffic while emergency crews worked at the scene and investigated.


Safety Committee
Jay Walker Monday November 6, 2017

The Warren County Commission's Safety Committee and Beer Board will meet Monday night to discuss approval of a beer permit for One-Stop Market on Old Nashville Highway and to receive an EMS update.
The meeting will begin at 6:30 at the Administrative Building.


Trump Hires Sen. Tracy
Monday November 6, 2017

President Donald Trump has appointed Republican state Sen. Jim Tracy as Tennessee rural development director for the U.S. Agriculture Department.
Tracy is an insurance agent and former college high school basketball referee from Shelbyville. Tracy has served in the state Senate since 2004. He fell 38 votes shy in his primary challenge of U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais in 2014.
It's unclear whether Tracy will be required to leave the Tennessee General Assembly to take on his new federal position.
Tracy this year was a major proponent of Republican Gov. Bill Haslam's transportation funding program that included a 6-cent gas tax hike to tackle a backlog of road projects.


Toy Drive Accepting Names
Jay Walker Monday November 6, 2017

The Warren County Rescue Squad will be taking names for the 2017 Toy Drive beginning Monday, Nov. 6th through Nov. 30th. You can stop by the Rescue Squad Building on Sparta Street Monday through Thursday between the hours of 5pm and 7pm.
The Rescue Squad will not accept names over the phone. You must be the parent or legal guardian to fill out the application for toys. You will need the photo ID, proof of residency, the child's birth certificate and the child's social security number.


Audit Finds Records Missing
AP Monday November 6, 2017

An audit says some records are missing to vet state tax credits for companies that locate national, regional or state headquarters in Tennessee.
According to the Chattanooga Times Free Press , the Revenue Department's Division of State Audit found three credits worth $1.6 million for three companies lacked evidence that invoices were reviewed to support approval of credits.
Revenue officials say they thought the invoices could be destroyed.
The audit says some credits didn't meet requirements to qualify as tangible personal property.
Additionally, the comptroller's audit says Revenue's audit division didn't formalize policies for tax credit approval and documentation.
Revenue officials contend their records show the credits qualified as tangible personal property and tax auditors reviewed other documents to confirm it.
Revenue management says the companies still have the destroyed records.


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