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WCHS Sports
Jay Walker Monday August 24, 2015

The Warren County Pioneer JV team will be in action Monday night as they host Cookeville at Nunley Stadium. Kickoff is set for 6pm.
Also, the Warren County Lady Pioneer Volleyball team travels to Coffee County for a match at 5pm.


Education Committee
Jay Walker Monday August 24, 2015

The Warren County Commission's Education Committee will meet Monday evening to get an update on school projects.
The meeting begins at 5pm at the Administrative Building.


TVA To Use More Renewable Power
AP Monday August 24, 2015

The country's largest public utility will rely more on natural gas, renewable energy and even energy efficiency in the future.
The Tennessee Valley Authority's board of directors Friday unanimously approved an Integrated Resource Plan that will serve as a roadmap for how the utility meets its customers' energy needs over the next 20 years.
As part of the plan, energy efficiency is viewed on a level playing field with other forms of power for the first time.
CEO Bill Johnson told the board efficiency currently makes up about 5 percent of the utility's portfolio, and he expects that to rise to 10 percent by 2025.
Also by 2025, the utility projects that 60 percent of its electricity will come from non-carbon emitting sources, including nuclear.


Tennessee Promise Students Start Classes
AP Monday August 24, 2015

More than 22,000 Tennessee Promise students are expected to use the scholarship to begin classes this week at a state community or technical college.
Gov. Bill Haslam will visit some campuses on Monday and Tuesday to help kickoff the program he created to provide high school graduates with two years of tuition-free attendance at the two-year institutions, which start classes on Monday.
As of Aug. 1, officials say there were 22,524 students qualified to attend through the program.
Shelby County has the largest number of qualified students at 2,512, followed by Knox County with 1,733. Davidson County had 1,202 qualified students.


WCHS Football
Jay Walker Saturday August 22, 2015

The Warren County Pioneers began the 2015 season Friday night with a 23-14 loss to DeKalb County.
Lorenzo Wilson scored both Pioneer touchdowns with scoring runs of 15 and 8 yards. Evan Reynolds added the extra points. For DeKalb County, Steven Jennings scored on runs of 6 and 1 yards and Tyler Bundy scored from one yard out. Mathew Poss kicked a 39 yard field goal for the Tigers.
The Pioneers will travel to Lebanon next Friday night. Kickoff is at 7pm.


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