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The Warren County Pioneers sent their seniors out on a good note Friday night with a 41-0 win over the Cumberland County Jets at Nunley Stadium.
Bryson Lewis had scored three touchdowns on runs of 2, 4 and 3 yards. Ricky King had a one-yard touchdown run and Tristan Reish scored from one yard out. Reish also picked up a Cumberland County fumble and returned it 20 yards for a touchdown.
The Pioneers ended the season with a record of 4 and 6.
A total of 4,028 Warren County voters cast their ballots during the early voting period. That's according to numbers from the Tennessee Secretary of State's Office. The early voting period ended on Thursday.
Thursday was the busiest day for early voting with 631 turning out to vote. Wednesday was also busy with 493 voting.
This year's early voting count was 487 short of the number of early voters in the election four years ago.
Election Day is this Tuesday, Nov. 4th.
The trial date for the former executive director and deputy director of the Upper Cumberland Development District has been delayed once again in U.S. District Court.
The case against Wendy Askins and Larry Webb had been scheduled for trial on December 2nd. It has now been reset for July 14th, 2015.
Defense attorneys filed a motion for the delay saying they needed more time to prepare and they cited their busy schedule with other cases.
Askins and Webb were indicted in 2013 following an investigation into alleged wrongdoing in connection with the Living the Dream home in Putnam County. They are charged with theft, bank fraud and money laundering.
A male student at Coffee County High School has been summoned to juvenile court for killing a bobcat out of season. That's according to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. The dead bobcat was found hanging by a rope from the goalpost at the Tullahoma High School practice field earlier this week. School officials believe it was a case of someone taking a football rivalry too far. The Tullahoma Wildcats will play Coffee County Friday night in a rivalry that dates back many years.
TWRA officials say the student who killed the bobcat did not hang the animal from the goalpost. Police and school officials are still investigating the incident.
The State Fire Marshal's Office is reminding Tennesseans to change the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors when you set your clocks back Saturday night.
Officials say the early warning of a smoke alarm can double the chances of survival by increasing the amount of time a person has to escape a fire in your home.
Seventy percent of the fire fatalities in Tennessee last year occurred in homes with no smoke alarms or no working smoke alarms.