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New Gun Law Takes Effect
Times-Free Press Monday July 17, 2017

Under a new law that quietly took effect last week, many Tennessee gun owners may now legally keep loaded firearms in their vehicles even if they don't have a state-issued handgun-carry permit.
As of July 1, people who are legally able to possess a gun under state and federal law, you can keep a loaded handgun, shotgun or rifle in a car or truck you legally possess.
Previously, only those with state-issued handgun carry permits could legally keep loaded firearms in their vehicles. Those without carry permits could keep unloaded firearms in the vehicle if the ammunition was stored separately.
Proponents hail the measure as an expansion of gun rights and a fairness move for commuters who have no carry permits but are worried about safety, as well as for hunters.


Harwell Running for Governor
Monday July 17, 2017

The 2018 governor's race in Tennessee added a new name to the list on Sunday.
Tennessee's Republican Speaker of the House of Representatives Beth Harwell announced her campaign for governor of Tennessee.
Harwell joins fellow Republican candidates Mae Beavers, Randy Boyd, and Bill Lee and Democratic candidate Karl Dean as those who have announced they're running for governor.


Sparta Woman Killed in Hit and Run Crash
WTVF Monday July 17, 2017

Police in Nashville say a Sparta woman was killed early Saturday morning in a hit-and-run crash on Charlotte Avenue.
The victim was identified as 29 year old Kayla D. Anderson.
Reports indicate Anderson was with a friend at a convenience market when she walked away. She was found after being hit and was taken to Vanderbilt Hospital, where she died.
Authorities say it appears Anderson had been lying in the road when she was hit, based on her injuries.
Metro Police are asking the public for help in finding the vehicle that struck Anderson.


Warren County Commission
Jay Walker Monday July 17, 2017

The full Warren County Commission will meet Monday night in its monthly session.
Commissioners will consider three resolutions and receive reports from committees and departments.
Resolutions include a measure to enter into a lease agreement with the Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency, a measure to enter into an agreement with Manchester Funeral Home, and a measure to approve a lease agreement with the Warren County Fair Association.
Commissioners will also review the county's debt management policy.
Monday night's meeting will begin at 6:30 at the Administrative Building.


Motlow Applications
Friday July 14, 2017

Students planning on attending Motlow State Community College this fall must submit an application for admission or readmission by Aug. 21, according to Mae Sanders, director of admissions and records at Motlow.
A student must complete an application for admission for all of Motlow's programs of study. Some programs, such as nursing, have additional requirements that must be met before admission is granted into the program.
Students interested in earning high school and college credit for courses in the Dual Enrollment program, and those enrolling in the Adult College Express program also are required to apply by Aug. 21.
For more information, call the McMinnville campus at 931-668-7010.


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