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Tullahoma Athlete Dies in Crash
Monday May 2, 2016

A weekend crash claimed the life of 17 year-old Tullahoma High School athlete Eli Grow. It happened on Highway 41A in Normandy around 4:30pm Saturday afternoon.
In a Tennessee Highway Patrol report, Grow was driving a Nissan pickup and was traveling south on Hwy 41A and allegedly crossed the center line and struck another Nissan truck. Grows vehicle burst into flames after impact. Two people in the other truck were injured.
Eli was the starting quarterback at Tullahoma High School, where he was a team captain. He had recently signed to play football for Mississippi College next year.


Tech Faculty Address Concerns
AP Monday May 2, 2016

Professors at Tennessee Tech University have published an open letter to address their concerns about the administration after a survey was conducted that a faculty group official said expressed "widespread dissatisfaction."
The Cookeville Herald-Citizen reports the findings were presented at a faculty meeting last week in Cookeville.
American Association of University Professors local chapter president Julia Gruber says 79 percent of the 150 respondents indicated the university is worse off than a year ago. She says the faculty chapter is "acting as a sounding board for widespread dissatisfaction."
University President Philip Oldham told the newspaper he believes the university is "exceptionally healthy." He questioned the survey's validity and said the number of responses was insufficient for a significant confidence level in the results.


Pioneer Baseball
Jay Walker Monday May 2, 2016

The Warren County Pioneer baseball team travels to Cookeville again Monday night for game 3 of their three-game district series with the Cookeville Cavaliers. Cookeville took the first two games two weeks ago.
Monday night's game begins at 5:30 at Cookeville High School.


Committee Meetings
Jay Walker Monday May 2, 2016

Two committees of the Warren County Commission have scheduled meetings for Monday evening.
The Education Committee will meet at 5pm to receive an update on school projects.
The Safety Committee will meet at 6:30 to consider an off-premises beer permit for Crisp Springs Market, to receive an EMS update, to review an ambulance bid and to discuss budgets for the new fiscal year.
Both meetings will be held at the Administrative Building.


Lady Pioneer Softball
Jay Walker Friday April 29, 2016

The Warren County Lady Pioneer softball team swept a doubleheader from Stone Memorial Thursday at the WCHS softball field.
The Lady Pioneers took game one 9-1, with Lindsey Cox pitching a one-hitter. Neva Tackett had two hits.
The Lady Pioneers also took game two 7-3. Ty Ramirez and three hits to lead Warren County's offensive attack.



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