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Herrin crashes, flees on foot, gets hypothermia

A fugitive was treated for hypothermia after he braved the elements trying to flee on foot from lawmen Thursday.

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Sharing food

Sharing food

The front parking lot at McMinnville Civic Center made its annual transformation Friday into a massive food distribution network.

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Old Morrison School to be sold at auction

Old Morrison School to be sold at auction

Warren County government will not be accepting a written bid received for the old Morrison School last  week.

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Water deal reached at apartments

Water deal reached at apartments

The owner of Cotten Apartments has made arrangements with the city of McMinnville to satisfy an overdue water bill at the apartment complex.

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Health officials warn of severe flu season

Tennessee Department of Health officials have noted a steady increase in influenza activity in Tennessee and warn the flu season could be severe. The Department of Health urges everyone to protect themselves and their families by getting a flu shot now.

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WCPI offers Christmas programming

The 200-voice Warren County High School choir and a dramatic narrative of the remarkable Christmas truce in World War I will be among the locally originated radio specials this week on WCPI 91.3.

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Traffic Court

A 75-person docket was heard Thursday by Judge Bill Locke in General Sessions Traffic Court.

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Obama says North Korea hacked Sony, vows reponse

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama said Friday that Sony Pictures Entertainment “made a mistake” in shelving a satirical film about a plot to assassinate North Korea’s leader. He declared the United States would respond “in a place and manner and time that we choose” to a hack attack on Sony that the FBI blamed on the communist government.

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Paul's Clinic receives $10,000

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization dedicated to enriching the quality of life in the 40 Middle Tennessee counties it serves, has announced more than $1.65 million in grants to 265 nonprofit organizations as part of the foundation’s annual discretionary grant-making process.

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Triathlon benefits FUEL program

An activity that encourages adults to stay fit is financially benefiting a program that provides nutrition to needy children.

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Curtis has missing dog case pushed back again

A seemingly simple case of determining the rightful ownership of a dog has turned into a nearly year-long case as judges continue a game of musical chairs with a third judge now assigned to settle the matter.

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Mike Millard newest member of Industrial Development Board

Mike Millard attended his first meeting as a member of the Industrial Development Board on Thursday and was treated to a light agenda.

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Animal Control to get pickup for $13,900

With its current vehicle “on its last leg,” Animal Control will be getting a new vehicle, according to a budget amendment passed by the Warren County Commission at its monthly meeting Monday night.

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Morrison Library offers glimpse into Appalachia

Morrison Public Library has a new attraction with the opening of the “Reading Appalachia: Voice from Children’s Literature.” The exhibit is now open and runs through April 1.

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Two recognized as top school system employees

The Warren County Board of Education has named Angela Miller as its Classified Employee of the Month and Paddi Smith as its Certified Employee of the Month.

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Public transportation funding could be reduced

Could the future of UCARTS be in jeopardy? A resolution passed Monday night by the Warren County Commission hopes to protect the public transportation service offered through UCHRA.

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Vazquez drunk with kids in car

A drunk driver caught driving with three small children in his vehicle will serve two nights in jail.

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General Sessions

A 39-person docket was heard Tuesday by Judge Bill Locke in General Sessions Court.

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Fugitive caught at local motel

A Summitville resident charged with shooting a man in the face was arrested at a motel in McMinnville after officers introduced a chemical irritant into his room.

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