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McMinnville Board
Jay Walker Tuesday December 12, 2017

The McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet Tuesday night to consider two resolutions and three ordinances.
The board will consider a measure to accept the low bid of Citizenserve to provide software and services and a resolution requesting that the state allow the city to increase the levy of its 2.5% motel tax.
Ordinances include a measure to rezone property on North Chancery from R-1 Residential to C-2 General Commercial, and a measure to establish a 3-way stop at the intersection of Westwood Drive and Rivermont Drive.
Tuesday night's meeting will begin at 7pm at City Hall. It will be preceded by a meeting of the Building and Grounds Committee at 6;30.


Gas Prices
Monday December 11, 2017

The month of December continues to deliver discounts at the gas pump for U.S. motorists. Gas prices have slipped to 5-week lows after declining non-stop for the past month.
Tennessee gas prices averaged $2.26 on Sunday. The state average declined 2.5 cents during the past week. Prices are 7 cents less than a month ago, but remain 21 cents higher than a year ago.
AAA spokesman Mark Jenkins said seasonal trends like reduced gasoline demand and increased fuel supply are allowing gas prices to keep moving lower.
The national average price of regular unleaded is $2.46, which is 10 cents lower than a month ago and 25 cents higher than a year ago.


WCHS Basketball
Jay Walker Monday December 11, 2017

The Warren County Pioneers and Lady Pioneers will travel to Shelbyville Monday night for the first of three doubleheaders this week. Warren County will face the Shelbyville Golden Eagles and Eaglettes at Shelbyville Central High School starting at 6pm.


Dibrell School Recognized
Jay Walker Monday December 11, 2017

The Warren County School District has announced that Dibrell Elementary School has been recognized by the Tennessee Department of Education as a reward school for the 2016-17 school year. Reward schools include the top 5 percent of schools for academic achievement and the top 5 percent for student growth.
Dibrell joins Morrison Elementary as the two schools in Warren County recognized this year as reward schools.
Warren County Director of Schools Bobby Cox said this is the first time in his tenure as an administrator in the school district that he can remember having two schools recognized by the state as reward schools in the same year.


WCHS Basketball
Jay Walker Saturday December 9, 2017

Warren County split a doubleheader with Moore County Friday night at Charlie Dalton Gym.
Moore County's Raiderettes sank 14 three pointers to beat the Lady Pioneers 68-51. Tyra Wright led Warren County with 20 points. Megan Patch added 10.
In the nightcap, the Pioneers routed the Raiders 83-46. The Pioneers were led by Irving Espinoza with 21 points. Chance Hobbs had 16 and Sloan Seymour had 14.
Warren County will travel to Shelbyville Monday night.


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