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Hit the road, join motorcycle club

Hit the road, join motorcycle club

American Legion Rider Chapter Post 173 is seeking members.

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TCAT gets $12,500 grant

TCAT gets $12,500 grant

Tennessee College of Applied Technology has received a $12,500 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation.

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Circuit Court docket 3-29

Sentences were handed down by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley against several who failed to take advantage of their second chances.

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Time to sign up for pre-K, kindergarten

Time to sign up for pre-K, kindergarten

If school bells are on the horizon for your little one next year, there are dates in April to remember.

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Commissioners to lend hand on Habitat Day

Commissioners to lend hand on Habitat Day

For the third year, County Commissioner Blaine Wilcher is encouraging all elected officials in Warren County to spend a day lending a helping hand to ...

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Traffic Court docket 3-29

Sentences were handed down by Judge Bill Locke in General Sessions Traffic Court this past week. Included in court action:

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Glorious hiking as close at Old Stone Fort Park

Glorious hiking as close at Old Stone Fort Park

If you’re looking for a day trip that’s as close as nearby Manchester, look no further than picturesque Old Stone Fort State Park.

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Internal smuggler bound to grand jury

A woman who lied about her true identity and then tried to smuggle drugs into the jail has been hit with smuggling charges.

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City eyes $15K master plan

McMinnville officials are considering a measure to provide $15,000 to create a strategic plan for Warren County.

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Tax, marijuana likely to be discussed

Catch up on what’s happening with Tennessee state government this Friday morning when the Chamber of Commerce holds its annual Legislative Breakfast.

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Woman jailed for pointing gun

Woman jailed for pointing gun

A woman has been sentenced to five months in jail for pointing a gun at another woman and threatening to kill her.

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Bands shine during musical weekend

Bands shine during musical weekend

Warren County’s biggest underground music weekend of the year strummed, plucked and wailed its way to a memorable finish Sunday at Cumberland Caverns as ...

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Musical message: Be yourself

Musical message: Be yourself

As it turns out, Luke Nafrada has a story much like his character in “High School Musical.”

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Getting Down, Underground

Getting Down, Underground

Playing underground is nothing new for Chris Robinson.

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Business Cheetah 3-26

Business Cheetah 3-26

During especially stressful days, I’ve found a good way to cope is to momentarily slip off to my happy place. This happy place provides ...

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Prepare for more robots in workforce

Prepare for more robots in workforce

One of the major manufacturers in the Warren County area forecasts that, seven years from now, “half of its workers will be robots.”

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WCHS unveils new career training paths

WCHS unveils new career training paths

Warren County is joining the high school innovation movement known as career academics by adopting the academy model beginning with the freshman class in the ...

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Tackett gets 14 years

Tackett gets 14 years

A man with a history of violence has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for robbing a man at gunpoint last year.

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Convicted cockfighter gets year probation, poultry ban for life

Convicted cockfighter gets year probation, poultry ban for life

A paltry sentence and a poultry ban were handed down against a man caught with a yard full of fighting cocks.

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General Sessions Morning Docket 3-26

A 24-person docket was heard during General Sessions Arraignment Court by Judge Bill Locke.

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General Sessions Docket 3-26

A man who was inches away from shooting another man in the head has been bound to the grand jury on attempted murder charges.

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City working to establish tourism board

McMinnville officials are moving forward with establishing a Tourism Development Board.

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Civic Center parking lot set for $103K upgrade

Civic Center parking lot set for $103K upgrade

McMinnville Civic Center will likely soon receive a $103,000 upgrade to its back parking lot by Tinsley Asphalt, the only company to submit a ...

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Upcoming Meetings 3-26

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

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Gibson, 58, dies on bypass

Gibson, 58, dies on bypass

A 58-year-old woman was killed Thursday morning as her car was crossing the bypass in a crash nearly identical to one just three days earlier.

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Woman, 23, drives off embankment

A 23-year-old woman lost her life in the early morning hours Thursday when her vehicle left the road and hit a tree.

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Storm leaves thousands powerless

Storm leaves thousands powerless

A severe storm battered Warren County as it moved across Middle Tennessee on Tuesday night.

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Weekend jam-packed with Bluegrass

Weekend jam-packed with Bluegrass

It’s an exciting weekend in Warren County as two events, Bluegrass Underground and Taste of the Underground, kick off three days of music on ...

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Governor Haslam not coming to Cumberland

Leave it to a politician to change his mind.

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Traffic lights knocked out by storm

Traffic lights knocked out by storm

Tuesday night’s storm gave a green light to traffic trouble around McMinnville as 11 traffic lights were knocked out of action.

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City receives deed to original town springs

City receives deed to original town springs

McMinnville Heritage Preservation has officially handed the deed to the original town springs to city officials.

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MES teaches electric safety to Bobby Ray students

MES teaches electric safety to Bobby Ray students

McMinnville Electric System recognized Arbor Day in Tennessee with a learning event at Bobby Ray Elementary.

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Drug testing rejected

A proposed drug testing policy that would include all Warren County Commissioners has been rejected by the county attorney as contrary to law and to ...

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Running the light

Running the light

A war hero who lost both his legs in Iraq has been given three traffic citations and could face additional charges after a collision Monday ...

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Building her own home

Building her own home

Stephanie Banks has seized her window of opportunity and opened her door to home ownership.

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Gov. Haslam to visit for cave concert

Gov. Haslam to visit for cave concert

Bluegrass Underground has caught the attention of visitors throughout the nation and around the world.

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Blue Building estimate over $120,000

Estimates on replacing the dilapidated Blue Building roof range from $121,000 to $181,000.

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Kruise-in for Kids roaring in

Kruise-in for Kids roaring in

Kruise-in for Kids is back and increasing its horsepower in 2017.

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Youth Turkey Hunt set for Saturday

Young hunters are encouraged to get their guns and get ready to take aim.

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Great Falls Dam tour sure to electrify

Great Falls Dam tour sure to electrify

The public is invited for a free tour of Great Falls Dam Powerhouse on April 8 to celebrate 100 years of operation.

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