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Helmet Law Debated
AP Wednesday March 25, 2015

AAA motor club wants to put the brakes on proposed legislation that would allow many motorcyclists to ride without a helmet.
Currently, Tennessee law requires all motorcyclists to wear a helmet. But a bill under discussion would allow anyone who is 21 or over who has health coverage, as long as it is not through TennCare, to be able to legally ride without a helmet.
AAA says the bill will be almost impossible to enforce and will lead to more deaths and injuries.


Morrison Board
Jay Walker Wednesday March 25, 2015

The Morrison Board of Mayor and Aldermen has scheduled an emergency called meeting for Wednesday evening at 5pm.
The purpose of the meeting is for the board to receive counsel from Town Attorney Kara Youngblood.
The meeting will be held at the Morrison Town Hall and the public is invited.


Fire Consumes Factory

Fire Consumes Factory
Jay Walker Wednesday March 25, 2015

The Building that housed Tri-Tech Molded Products was destroyed by fire Tuesday morning. The business is located on Smithville Highway in the Gath Community.
A handful of employees were at work when the fire was discovered. All escaped unharmed.
Thick smoke from the blaze could be seen for several miles as fire units from DeKalb County, North Warren, Centertown, Morrison, Collins River and the City of McMinnville responded.
The cause of the fire is unknown.


WCHS Sports
Jay Walker Tuesday March 24, 2015

In area sports Tuesday: The Warren County Lady Pioneer Softball team will host Tullahoma in their home opener at WCHS. The varsity game starts at 7pm, with a JV game at 5.
The Pioneer soccer team travels to Rhea County Tuesday night for a district match. The varsity plays at 7pm.


Insure Tennessee Measure Advancing
AP Tuesday March 24, 2015

An effort to revive Gov. Haslam's Insure Tennessee proposal is advancing in the state Senate.
The Senate subcommittee on TennCare voted 3-2 Monday to recommend a resolution that would grant Haslam the power to strike a deal with the federal government on Medicaid expansion.
The governor's plan to extend health coverage to 280,000 low-income Tennesseans was defeated in a Senate committee in a special session in February.


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