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WCHS Basketball
Jay Walker Saturday February 24, 2018

The Warren County Lady Pioneers saw their season come to an end last night as they were defeated by number 2 ranked and unbeaten Bradley Central 87-22 in the quarterfinal round of the Region 3 Tournament. The Lady Pioneers finished the season with a record of 12-18.
The Pioneer men will travel to Walker Valley Saturday night for the opening round of the mens Region 3 Tournament. The Pioneers will face the Walker Valley Mustangs at 6pm local time. The game will be broadcast live on 1230 WAKI.

 


McMinnville Board
Jay Walker Saturday February 24, 2018

The McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet Tuesday night in regular session. The board will consider one resolution and one ordinance and will consider three requests for the City's cooperation with upcoming events downtown.
The board meeting will begin at 7pm Tuesday night at City Hall. It will be preceded by a meeting of the Building and Grounds Committee at 6pm, the Finance Committee at 6:15 and the Water and Sewer Committee at 6:30.

 


SNAP Benefit Outage
Friday February 23, 2018

There will be a statewide SNAP benefit outage this weekend for all EBT cardholders. It will start at 11pm Saturday and end Sunday morning at 8am. During that nine-hour period, anyone with an EBT card will not be able to use it. No benefits will be lost during the system upgrade.
State leaders are urging EBT cardholders to purchase food and other daily needs before 11:00 Saturday night.

 


Lawmakers Consider Sunday Wine Sales
Friday February 23, 2018

Tennessee lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow for the retail sale of wine on Sundays. If passed, consumers could buy wine during the same hours and days as beer. Sunday wine sales are estimated to boost revenue by more than $1 million. The money generated would fund a scholarship program to provide access to pre-kindergarten for children from low income families. Wine sales became legal in Tennessee grocery stores in July of 2016.

 


Severe Weather Awareness Week
Friday February 23, 2018

Tennessee is promoting Severe Weather Awareness Week February 25 through March 3. Tennessee Emergency Management Agency's (TEMA) director Patrick Sheehan said severe weather can occur at any time in Tennessee. TEMA wants Tennesseans and our state's visitors to understand severe weather hazards, and prepare themselves and their loved ones to receive and understand warnings, and get to safety, when severe weather threatens.
TEMA officials say being aware of local weather hazards can keep you and your family safer. It is also recommended to have an emergency kit with food, water, medical kits, and flashlights. Be prepared and be aware! For more information on Severe Weather Awareness Week, go online to tn.gov.

 

 

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