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Illegal aliens deported for meth

Illegal aliens deported for meth

 

A pair of illegal aliens will be thrown out of the country and face serving 10 years in prison if they ever sneak across the border again.

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Officials worry about buggies on roadway

An old-fashioned lifestyle is causing traffic safety concerns, as horse and buggies are now sharing Warren County roads with vehicles.

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Reward offered for whereabouts of Castle

Marc Castle now has a bounty on his head as a $1,000 reward is being offered for his capture after he opened fire on a home in Winchester on Tuesday.

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Woman banned from all Walmarts

A woman has been banned from every Walmart in the world after her most recent shoplifting arrest.

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Fire destroys home

A fire that started around midnight Friday completely destroyed a home located across from the main entrance to Warren County Fairgrounds.

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Freeze Road now open to traffic

Freeze Road is open to traffic. The new bridge is complete after approximately two months of a detour.

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Speeding near school bus stop prompts petition

Speeding near a school bus stop on Bridge Street has county officials concerned for safety. Other stops may be under review.

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City, county glad to see local rail service staying on track

City and county government have both passed resolutions expressing their appreciation for services provided by Caney Fork & Western Railroad.

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Fast shop lifter not quick enough to avoid arrest

A lightning-quick shoplifter has been charged after she parked her vehicle in the fire lane, entered Walmart, snatched a box of diapers, and left -- all in three minutes.

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Deason wins cooking competition

Warren County native Andrew Deason is putting himself on the map after winning a prestigious cooking contest sponsored by the Tennessee Pork Producers Association for the second time.

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Business Pulse 1-25-15

Business Pulse 1-25-15

We have an interesting story on the front page of today’s paper about a woman who has been banned from Walmart. It’s not just our Walmart in McMinnville, but every Walmart on six continents and in 27 countries.

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General Sessions

A 21-person docket was heard Tuesday by Judge Bill Locke in General Sessions Trial Court. Included in court action:

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It's not curtains for Guzman, 22

A curtain call at Walmart will leave a shoplifter on probation for two years after she ran from police after she was caught stealing curtains from the local retailer.

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Concern expressed about more dog euthanizations

Growing public concern for the welfare of dogs at Warren County Animal Control has been expressed during a county Health and Welfare Committee meeting.

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Nunley escapes thanks to smoke detector

A local resident escaped with only the clothes on his back after an early morning fire completely destroyed his house Wednesday.

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School locked down during manhunt

School locked down during manhunt

A manhunt continues for a fugitive still at large after forcing two schools to be on lockdown Wednesday afternoon.

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Castle wanted after shooting into home

Castle wanted after shooting into home

A man who began a life of crime by robbing a McMinnville bank as a teenager is now being sought for opening fire on a home in Winchester.

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Pair charged with stealing from dead

Two local men have been accused of stealing from the dead after a deputy caught them allegedly burglarizing the home of a person who died a couple months ago.

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Murfreesboro road work continues on schedule

The project to ease congestion at one of the busiest intersections in the state is coming along nicely, according to a recent update on progress taking place in Murfreesboro at the intersection where Broad Street meets Memorial Boulevard and Old Fort Parkway.

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City looks to buy oil burner

Burning the midnight oil will take on a whole new meaning once the city of McMinnville obtains an oil burner for its garage. Do-it-yourselfers will be allowed to drop off used motor oil, which the city will use for heat.

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