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Park Theatre expected to miss March deadline

Park Theatre renovation will not make its March 31 deadline for completion and the city administrator has advised the city to not enter into a contract with Citizens for Progress for its concert set for April 11.

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Free meals coming to high school

Along with being April Fool’s Day, April 1 will also mean something else at Warren County High School – free lunch.

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Haircut saga grabs global attention

The No. 1 hit on Google for the words “high and tight” on Friday came back with a picture of a Bobby Ray Elementary second-grader who is at the center of a controversy concerning how he wore his hair to school.

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Healthcare tension

“How many more people have to die?”

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Apple leaves solid core behind her

With her goal for Motlow College students to live healthy and satisfied lives, Dr. MaryLou Apple will leave behind that legacy when she retires from the helm of the university where she has served as president since 2006.

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DTC vows to be back soon

In response to a freak accident which sent a 300-foot cellphone tower crashing to the ground atop Harrison Ferry Mountain, the tower’s owner, DTC Wireless, is assuring its customers they will be back to full service as quickly as possible.

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Email adds to military haircut controversy

Email adds to military haircut controversy

The number-one hit Friday on Google in the entire world for the words “high and tight” came back with a picture of a Bobby Ray Elementary second-grader who is at the center of a major controversy concerning how he wore his hair to school.

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Cave concerts start Friday

Get your air guitar ready.

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Officer attacked by Great Dane

A McMinnville police officer was attacked by a dog while answering a disturbance call, leaving the lawman recovering and two dogs in custody under observation.

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Three-day fire

North Warren Volunteer Fire Department Chief Matt Welcome didn't have to think long when asked how he felt Thursday morning.

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Schools allow military haircuts

In response to what’s become a full-blown controversy over a haircut, Director of Schools Bobby Cox says no school in the system prohibits military haircuts.

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Egg-cellent events planned

Junior Auxiliary will be holding its annual Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday, March 28, at Hickory Creek Elementary. The search begins at 10 a.m.

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Barrett's donates copier to Collins River Fire Department

Barrett’s was looking to donate one of its copiers to a nonprofit organization in need so business owner Drew Barrett decided the fairest way would be through an open application process.

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Storage shortage a concern for county

Storage has become an issue at Warren County Administrative Offices and Warren County Courthouse.

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Cutts sentenced for drunk hunting

A drunk-driving hunter has been sentenced to a week behind bars for spotlighting while under the influence.

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School system invites public to honor employees

Naming the Employee of the Month for the Warren County School System is now open to the public as anyone can make nominations for who they believe deserves the award.

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Business Pulse

The Chef

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Relay ready for Dr. Seuss theme

From walking tacos and chili lunches to T-shirts and pizza, the community is gradually shifting into Relay for Life mode.

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State audit finds problem with bookkeeping procedure

The first meeting of Warren County’s Audit Committee was held Thursday to review the audit findings from the state for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

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Man tries to get girl's nude photo

A man faces solicitation charges after he allegedly propositioned a teenage girl while posing as a young boy online.

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