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School Board
Jay Walker Thursday February 22, 2018

The Warren County School Board will meet Thursday night in regular session at the Central Office.
The board will receive the Director of Schools' Operations Report and reports from committees.
The board meeting will follow the committee meeting which begins at 5pm.


Pioneers Win
Jay Walker Wednesday February 21, 2018

The Warren County Pioneers took third place in the District 6AAA Basketball Tournament Tuesday night with a 67-53 win over Cookeville in the boys consolation game at Rhea County.
Irving Espinoza led the Pioneers with 15 points. Isaiah Grayson and Tyree Ladet each scored 12.
The Pioneers will travel to Walker Valley for the opening round of the Region Tournament Saturday night


Warren County Commission
Jay Walker Wednesday February 21, 2018

The full Warren County Commission met Tuesday night for its monthly session. Commissioners passed a resolution to apply to the state for Community Development Block Grant funds to help purchase a vehicle for EMS.
Commissioners also passed a measure authorizing the issuance of $12,500,000 in General Obligation Bonds to help fund upcoming school and jail projects.
The commission also appointed Kevin Wilson to the Warren County Fair Board.


Ten Children Dead From Flu
Wednesday February 21, 2018

In the State of Tennessee, 10 children and one pregnant woman have died due to the flu, according to the Tennessee Department of Health.
The updated number of deaths in the state was released Tuesday.
The Health Department is urging the public to get vaccinated and reminds everyone that free flu vaccines can be found at all public health clinics.
If you do become sick, health officials have urged you to stay at home and wash your hands frequently.


Panel Votes Against Renaming University Building
AP Wednesday February 21, 2018

A Tennessee panel has voted against letting Middle Tennessee State University strip the name of a Confederate general from one of its buildings.
According to The Tennessean , the Tennessee Historical Commission on Friday denied the request to rename the ROTC building dedicated to Nathan Bedford Forrest.
MTSU spokesman Jimmy Hart said the commission denied the university's request in a 15-7 vote, failing to receive the two-thirds vote required by state law.
University President Sidney McPhee recommended the change in 2016 under a task force's recommendation that was formed in 2015 after the Charleston, South Carolina deadly mass shooting of a black church.
The university could appeal the decision in the courts.


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