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Lady Pioneers Advance
Jay Walker Saturday February 17, 2018

The Warren County Lady Pioneers advanced to the District Tournament semifinals and earned a berth in the Region Tournament with a 52-42 win over Cookeville Friday night in opening round action at Rhea County. The Lady Pioneers were led in scoring by Tyra Wright with 17 points. Megan Patch added 16.
Saturday's tournament action has the Pioneers taking on Stone Memorial at 3:30 cst, and the Lady Pioneers against Stone Memorial at 5pm cst.
Both games will be broadcast live on 1230 WAKI.

 


Active Shooter Program
Jay Walker Friday February 16, 2018

In the wake of another school shooting this week in Florida, the McMinnville Police Department and Warren County Schools are inviting the public to an Active Shooter Awareness and Intervention program. The event will be held on Monday, March 5th at 6pm at the Warren County High School auditorium.
The program will be presented by Lt. Ben Cantrell of the McMinnville Police Department. The intent is to learn how to intervene, prevent and respond during an active shooter incident.
Everyone is invited.

 


AG Asks for Execution Dates for Death Row Inmates
AP Friday February 16, 2018

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III requested Thursday that the Tennessee Supreme Court set execution dates in eight capital cases.
Slatery's request was made on behalf of the Tennessee Department of Correction, according to a news release.
The State is required by law to carry out death sentences by lethal injection in Tennessee. But the state's ability to do so after June 1, 2018, is uncertain with the continued difficulty in obtaining the necessary lethal injection chemicals.
In each of these cases, AG Slatery says, decades have passed since juries in multiple districts across the State sentenced the defendants to death.
The defendants have long since concluded the standard three-tier appeals process and each case has been thoroughly litigated in the state courts and on federal review through the United States Supreme Court.
The Tennessee Constitution guarantees victims of crime the right to a prompt and final conclusion of the case after the conviction of sentence.

 


Nine Flu Deaths in Tennessee
Friday February 16, 2018

In the state of Tennessee, eight children and one pregnant woman have passed away due to the flu, according to the Tennessee Department of Health.
The deaths were associated with seasonal flu during the current flu season. The updated number of deaths in the state was released Thursday.
Those with the Department of Health urged the public to get vaccinated and reminded 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, wash your hands frequently, and cough into your sleeve to prevent the flu from spreading.

 


District 6AAA Tournament Set
Jay Walker Friday February 16, 2018

The District 6AAA basketball tournament kicks off this Friday at Rhea County High School.
In the opening round, the Lady Pioneers will face Cookeville for the right to advance in the tournament. The season will be over for the loser. The Warren County-Cookeville game will tip off at 5:30 CST.
If the Lady Pioneers win Friday night, they will play in the semifinal round Saturday at 5pm.
The Pioneer men will play Saturday against Stone Memorial Saturday afternoon at 3:30 CST in the semifinals.
All games involving Warren County will be broadcast live on 1230 WAKI.

 

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