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Healthy harvest at Farmers Market

Healthy harvest at Farmers Market

How fresh were the peaches John Adam Turner was selling Saturday morning at the Farmers Market?

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Business Cheetah 7-23

Business Cheetah 7-23

When I grabbed my notepad and camera and left the Standard office Thursday morning, I made a rather unusual announcement.

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Man guilty of shooting mother's door

Man guilty of shooting mother's door

A man has been given a month in jail for shooting a gun through his mother’s front door after a disagreement over his daughter.

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Gf charged with hitting old gf with car

Gf charged with hitting old gf with car

A woman faces felony charges after she allegedly chased down another woman and struck her with a car twice with her children present.

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Hartman resigns after $4 raise rejected

Hartman resigns after $4 raise rejected

Warren County Judicial Commissioner Jim Hartman has again resigned as supervisor.

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Murfreesboro roads may be closed

Murfreesboro roads may be closed

Motorists should be aware that consideration is being given to closing the busiest intersection in Murfreesboro the next two weekends between the hours of 8 ...

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City increases donations to nonprofits

McMinnville officials are feeling generous in their donations to local nonprofit organizations.

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Guardrail, raises will have to wait

Guardrail, raises will have to wait

The brakes have been placed on a guardrail to prevent motorists from backing off an embankment at Warren County Animal Control and Adoption Center, and ...

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Waving gun, flushing pot nets charges

A man who allegedly waved a gun at a local apartment complex faces charges after police caught him hiding in a bathroom trying to flush ...

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CAC receives grant

CAC receives grant

The Children’s Advocacy Center for the 31st Judicial District has received a grant for $19,976 from The Healing Trust.

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General Sessions morning docket 7-23

Sentences were handed down Tuesday morning by Judge Bill Locke in General Sessions Arraignment Court.

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General Sessions docket 7-23

Sentences were handed down this past week by Judge Bill Locke in General Sessions Trial Court.

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Upcoming Meetings 7-23

Unless otherwise indicated, county meetings are held at the Warren County Administrative Building located at 201 Locust Street and city meetings are held at City ...

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Volunteers remove over 10,000 pounds of refuse from river

Volunteers remove over 10,000 pounds of refuse from river

While volunteers were scouring local rivers in search of trash last weekend, a kayak paddle was found under brush on a river bank.

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Spangler's getaway attempt a real drag

Spangler's getaway attempt a real drag

A woman faces felony charges after leading police on a pursuit through town, dragging her passenger part of the way after he tried unsuccessfully to ...

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Missing man found

Missing man found

One of the largest search and rescue missions in McMinnville history came to a happy ending Wednesday night when a 76-year-old who had wandered away ...

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Hit-and-run driver found in Warren County

Officials with the Tennessee Highway Patrol have arrested the man wanted in a fatal hit-and-run crash.

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Main Street set for rocking eclipse party

The Pink Floyd Appreciation Society will be performing “Dark Side of the Moon” during Blackout 2017: Great American Eclipse Party in historic downtown McMinnville.

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City demolishing buildings deemed unfit

City demolishing buildings deemed unfit

The city of McMinnville demolished two unfit structures on Morningside Street and has its sights set on two more.

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City increases street-paving budget

City increases street-paving budget

Funding to pave city streets has been increased to $750,000 for fiscal year 2017-18.

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Teen mom charged with child neglect

 A teen mom faces child neglect charges after lawmen found her home in deplorable condition and determined she was on drugs.

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City cash balance reaches $6.7M

McMinnville’s property tax rate is likely to remain $2.0804 for fiscal year 2017-18.

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Public defender's office in search of investigator

The local public defender’s office is looking for an investigator after the state has agreed to fund a new position for Warren and Van ...

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General Sessions

Sentences were handed down last week by Judge Bill Locke in General Sessions Court.

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Warren Arts plans town hall meeting

Representatives of the Board of Directors of Warren Arts Foundation, Inc., will be on hand at the McMinnville-Warren County Chamber of Commerce Community Room on ...

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The Juice is Loose, OJ granted parole

LOVELOCK, Nev. (AP) — The Latest on O.J. Simpson's parole hearing (all times local):

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Two charged in attempted rape livestreamed on Facebook

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) — Authorities say two people have been arrested in connection with an attempted rape of a teenage girl that was livestreamed on Facebook.

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Ride companies sued after girls fall from Ferris wheel

GREENVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A family whose daughters were injured when they fell from a Ferris wheel at a Tennessee county fair has filed lawsuits against ...

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Tests find no detectable levels of toxins in drinking water

By ADRIAN SAINZ ,  Associated Press

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Bus falls into gorge in north Indian hill state, killing 28

NEW DELHI (AP) — An inter-city bus plunged into a deep gorge in a northern Indian hill state on Thursday, killing 28 people and injuring 10 ...

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Germany indicts 5 suspects in IS recruitment ring

BERLIN (AP) — German prosecutors filed terrorism charges Thursday against a suspected representative of the Islamic State group in Germany and four fellow suspects who are ...

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Researchers in Cambodia find nest of rare riverine bird

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — Wildlife researchers in Cambodia have found a breeding location for the masked finfoot bird, one of the world's most endangered ...

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Trump administration pulls health law help in 18 cities

By CARLA K. JOHNSON,  AP Medical Writer

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Fugitive in police chief slaying died in 1997 after stroke

DARTMOUTH, Mass. (AP) — A man wanted in the 1980 killing of a Pennsylvania police chief lived in a secret room in his ex-wife's home ...

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Trooper reels in massive 650-pound tuna during fishing trip

RYE, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire state trooper reeled in a big fish — a massive 650-pound (295-kilogram) tuna.

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Longest arm of the law

Longest arm of the law

Saying that getting shot in the line of duty early in his career as a lawman turned out to be a blessing, Warren County’s ...

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The Jungle awaits

The Jungle awaits

Me Tarzan … you Park Theater.

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Fair to remain free for 20 more years

Fair to remain free for 20 more years

A free fair in Warren County has been secured until 2037.

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Three charged for concession break-ins

Three charged for concession break-ins

McMinnville Police Department has charged juveniles in connection with three concession stand break-ins at the Civic Center and a break-in at The Store in Westwood.

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Everyone invited to learn to swim better

Everyone invited to learn to swim better

Local residents are testing the waters at Gilley Pool.

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