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Murder suspect details drug issues

Murder suspect details drug issues

Law enforcement officials are looking for Bryan Cooke in connection to the murders of his in-laws, Gary and Gail Dodson. He is believed to be driving a white Jeep Grand Cherokee.

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Gary & Gail Dodson found murdered

Gary & Gail Dodson found murdered

 

The owners of a popular restaurant in Mt. Leo have been found murdered in their home.

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Report: Remains of local fugitive found in Winchester

Report: Remains of local fugitive found in Winchester

WINCHESTER, Tenn. (WKRN) – A body was found Friday morning in a field off North Vine Street in Winchester, about 90 miles southeast of Nashville.

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Business Pulse 6-28-15

Business Pulse 6-28-15

Over the past two months I think I’ve written about every new business that’s opened in Warren County, or is thinking about opening in Warren County. That’s why I’m going to change my tune a bit this week in honor of June Dairy Month and focus on one of our valuable local companies, Vickers Dairy, which is run by Ken and Sandra Vickers.

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Pep up your summer with Georgia peaches

Pep up your summer with Georgia peaches

If you’re eager to eat some mouth-watering Georgia peaches grown on trees from McMinnville, now is the time to buy for peaches to be delivered in July.

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Scott seeks to raise awareness of Ehlers-Danlow Syndrome

Scott seeks to raise awareness of Ehlers-Danlow Syndrome

Rhonda Scott is beginning an Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) support group. Scott, as well as her two daughters, have the condition.

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Kilgore gets probation for perjury

A woman who lied for her husband while he was trespassing on private property was granted probation.

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Dedication delivered for Veterans Hallway

Dedication delivered for Veterans Hallway

Veterans Hallway has been dedicated at Warren County Administrative Offices to honor those who put themselves in harm’s way to defend their country.

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Balcony renovation takes center stage

Balcony renovation takes center stage

The proposed budget for Park Theater’s first fiscal year is $615,720 and it includes $70,000 for phase two renovation to complete the balcony.

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Fireworks show set for July 3

Fireworks show set for July 3

Main Street Live is relocating to McMinnville Civic Center for its fourth installment of the summer concert series this Friday, July 3. The move will combine music and fireworks.

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Pride or prejudice? Flag waving stirs emotions

Pride or prejudice? Flag waving stirs emotions

Some motorists drove by and hollered in support. Others gave him the finger.

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Gay marriage coming to county

States cannot ban same-sex marriage, according to a landmark opinion by the Supreme Court on Friday. The decision means gay marriage is coming to Warren County and the rest of the nation.

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Students graduate from Motlow, then WCHS

Students graduate from Motlow, then WCHS

Earning a 4.0 GPA is a tremendous accomplishment at any level of education.

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City organizing Mountain Crawl event

City organizing Mountain Crawl event

An activity that is gaining in popularity is creeping its way into Warren County. The “Mountain Crawl” is being organized for Sept. 12.

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Mabe faces charges of child rape

A man could face most of his life behind bars for allegedly molesting a young girl.

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Cox given extension as Director of Schools

Cox given extension as Director of Schools

A stellar evaluation by the Board of Education has led to an extension for Director of Schools Bobby Cox, who is now under contract through 2019.

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Beer issue passes final read

McMinnville officials have removed the 300-foot distance restriction in the downtown historic district between churches, schools and establishments that sell beer.

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DUIs lead to more police officers

Another saturation patrol by McMinnville Police Department is scheduled for the weekend of June 26. This will be the second weekend in a row.

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Prime time for peaches is here

If you’re eager to eat some mouth-watering Georgia peaches grown on trees from McMinnville, now is the time to buy for peaches to be delivered in July.

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Obamacare passes another Supreme Court test

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the nationwide tax subsidies under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, in a ruling that preserves health insurance for millions of Americans.

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