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Thanksgiving Dinner

By   /  November 20, 2012  /  News, Warren  /  Comments Off

Open to the community.  Free of Charge.  Thanksgiving Day from 11:00A-1:00P at the First Presbyterian Church 205 West Main Street.  Please call the church office in advance 931-473-2690

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Paint Warren County Pink Monday

By   /  October 23, 2012  /  News, Warren  /  Comments Off

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How will YOU paint the town pink on Monday, October 29 and throughout the month of October? Wear it, decorate with it, live it for breast cancer awareness! Description This date was set in collaboration with River Park Hospital, Peg Broadcasting, the Southern Standard, WCPI the Chamber of Commerce, Warren County and the City of […]

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DeKalb, Warren Airports Receive Aeronautics Grants

By   /  October 23, 2012  /  Dekalb, News, Warren  /  Comments Off

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NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) announced today that federal and state aeronautics grants totaling $16.3 million have been approved for 23 Tennessee airports. Smithville Municipal Airport received a grant totaling $330,000 and Warren County Memorial Airport received a $274,000 grant. The grants are made available through the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s Aeronautics […]

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Drive One 4 A Cure

By   /  October 22, 2012  /  News, Warren  /  Comments Off

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Kidd Ford Lincoln-Mercury in McMinnville has graciously partnered with Warren County Relay For Life to donate $20 per test drive up to $6,000. Only one person per household/physical address to sign up. Saturday, October 27 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. If each Relay team has 10 people participate, we will reach our goal of […]

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McMinnville, Rutherford Officers Among TBI’s First State Academy Grads

By   /  October 19, 2012  /  News, Rutherford, Warren  /  Comments Off

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NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation today graduated the first class of local law enforcement officers who attended and completed the annual TBI State Academy. The TBI State Academy was created as a professional and prestigious training ground for Tennessee law enforcement officers who long for the opportunity to expand their education and training […]

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One Night Only: Be A Ghost Hunter

By   /  October 18, 2012  /  News, Warren  /  Comments Off

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Have you always heard that Falcon Rest Mansion is haunted? Here’s a chance to find out for yourself. Sign up to tag along with actual paranormal investigators for a ghost hunt at the historic McMinnville mansion this Halloween season. It’s being offered for one night only this year, Friday, Oct. 26 from 7 to 10 […]

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Motlow Mechatronics Students Among Special Guests At Bridgestone Open House

By   /  October 17, 2012  /  News, Rutherford, Warren  /  Comments Off

Motlow mechatronics student Jamie Thompson demonstrates equipment in the mechatronics lab at Bridgestone for guests touring the facility. From left are Thompson; Carl Lambert, who is retired from the Army National Guard (W-4) and is chairman of the Tennessee Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve organization; Bill Marley, who is a retired Army National Guard sergeant major and is affiliated with the National Guard Job Connection Education Program; Cheryl Hyland, director of Motlow's McMinnville Center ; and Dr. Sidney McPhee, president of Middle Tennessee State University.

Special guests at the open house celebration for the new mechatronics lab at Bridgestone NAMEC in LaVergne included high ranking officials from Motlow College, Bridgestone and Rutherford County, and members of the state legislature and Tennessee Board of Regents. The most important guests, however, were students who use the lab during mechatronics classes. ”The students […]

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Higher Education Pays: Study

By   /  October 17, 2012  /  News, Rutherford, Warren  /  Comments Off

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A recent Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) study explored the payoff of higher education in Tennessee and concluded that higher education pays, said Dr. MaryLou Apple, Motlow College president. “The data in the THEC study supports information from many other sources, all of which points to the premise that higher education pays and will continue […]

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Warren County High Partners With Motlow To Offer Mechatronics Classes

By   /  October 12, 2012  /  News, Warren  /  Comments Off

First Mechatronics Class Held at Warren County High School - Instructor Paul Sand introduces the NIDA 130E electronics trainer to Warren County High School students in MECH 1100 Electrical Components, the first Mechatronics dual enrollment class held at Warren County High School. Students are, from left, Matthew Johnson, Brandon Goad, Jesse Cantrell, and Elijah McKelvey. In addition to high school credits, they will receive college credits from Motlow College when they successfully complete the class.

Warren County High School students interested in careers in today’s high tech manufacturing environments have an opportunity that is not available at any other high school in the U.S., according to Tony Cassel, WCHS executive principal. “Warren County is the first high school, to our knowledge, in the nation to offer a mechatronics program,” Cassel […]

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Warren County Director Named Supervisor Of The Year

By   /  October 11, 2012  /  News, Warren  /  Comments Off

A Clarksville elementary school principal and a Warren County Schools director earned top honors for their work in Tennessee education. Jane Winter, principal of Minglewood Elementary School in Clarksville/Montgomery County Schools, was named Tennessee’s 2012-13 Principal of the Year. She has served as principal at Minglewood since 1994. Bobby Cox, former assistant director for teaching […]

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