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Local Woman Dies in Fla.
WJGH/WECP Monday May 23, 2016

Authorities in Panama City Beach, Fla. say a McMinnville woman died after being struck by a motorcycle in a hit-and-run incident early Saturday morning.
Panama City Beach Police say they got a call at 2:17 Saturday morning and found 51 year old Teresa Tanner of McMinnville laying in the median near the crosswalk. Officers say Tanner died at the scene.
Witnesses reported seeing two motorcycles traveling at a high rate of speed headed east on Front Beach Road just before and after the crash. An eyewitness told police one of the motorcycles hit Tanner.
The crash remains under investigation.


Municipal Elections
Jay Walker Monday May 23, 2016

The Warren County Election Commission says all cities in Warren County will hold municipal elections this year in conjunction with the General Election on November 8th. McMinnville, Centertown and Viola will each elect a Mayor. All will elect some or all aldermen.
In McMinnville, Mayor Jimmy Haley will be up for re-election, and the Aldermanic seats held by Jimmy Bonner, Ben Newman and Mike Neal will be up for grabs.
Candidate petitions are now available for municipal officeholders whose terms are expiring. The deadline to file will be August 18th at 12 noon.


Football Scrimmage
Jay Walker Friday May 20, 2016

As the Warren County Pioneer football team works to improve during the spring, they will get a chance to face some new competition Friday night at Nunley Stadium.
The Pioneers will scrimmage Giles County at 6pm. The public is invited to come out and get a sneak preview of next season's Pioneer squad.


School Board
Jay Walker Friday May 20, 2016

The Warren County School Board Thursday night recognized and honored the Teachers of the Year for 2015-16.
Chosen as Teacher of the Year for Pre-k through 4th Grade was Angie Childers, who teaches at Morrison.
Teacher of the Year for Grades 5-8 is Heather Williamson of Irving College.
And Teacher of the Year for the High School is Lucretia Brown.
The School Board also honored longtime educator Betty Wood, who had worked with the school system for 36 years, and Administrative Assistant Joye Fuston, who has been with the school system for 26 years.
In other business, the board received a report from the Flu Vaccination Program. The school system vaccinated more than 675 students this school year.


Wells Named UCDD Secretary
Herald-Citizen Friday May 20, 2016

Warren County Executive Hershel Wells was among the new officers chosen to lead the Upper Cumberland Development District.
Wells was chosen as Secretary for the agency's board. Other new officers are Macon County Executive Steve Jones as Chairman, DeKalb County Executive Tim Stribling as Vice Chairman and Putnam County Executive Randy Porter as Treasurer.
The UCDD approved the 2016-17 budget at its meeting earlier this week.


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