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Warren County Commission
Jay Walker Monday September 18, 2017

The full Warren County Commission will meet Monday night for its monthly session.
Commissioners will consider a resolution to revise policies and procedures for Judicial Commissioner positions. The commission will also appoint members to the Disciplinary Review Board, members to the Planning Commission, and members to the Financial Management Committee and will accept the resignation of Judicial Commissioner Jim Hartman.
Monday night's meeting will begin at 6:30 at the Administrative Building.


Pioneer Football
Jay Walker Saturday September 16, 2017

The Warren County Pioneers suffered their third straight loss Friday night, losing to Coffee County 28-14. The Red Raiders led 28-0 before the Pioneers scored 14 in the fourth quarter.
With the loss, the Pioneers are now 2-3 on the season. Warren County will celebrate Homecoming next Friday night by hosting Siegel at Nunley Stadium.


Tennessee Unemployment
Saturday September 16, 2017

Tennessee's unemployment rate for August was 3.3 percent, down one-tenth of a percentage point from the previous month. This marks an all-time low for the statewide unemployment rate and August is the seventh consecutive month Tennessee has seen a decline in unemployment.
The national unemployment rate increased from 4.3 to 4.4 percent. Over the past year, the state and national rates have declined by 1.5 and five-tenths of a percentage point respectively.


Saturday Fair
Jay Walker Saturday September 16, 2017

The 2017 Warren County Fair concludes Saturday with numerous activities scheduled.
The main attraction will be the Walking Horse Show at 6:30 in the main arena.
Rides will be opening from 1-4 and again from 5 until closing.


More Blasting at Center Hill Dam
wjle Saturday September 16, 2017

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District announces construction blasting activities at Center Hill Dam, currently taking place Monday through Friday, will also occur on Saturdays beginning Sept. 16.
The Corps of Engineers' contractor, Thalle Construction Co., began blasting activities earlier this year to build a concrete reinforcing berm downstream of the Center Hill Auxiliary Dam. The work also includes stabilization of a previous rock cut just west of the main dam where Monday through Saturday blasts are also expected to take place beginning in December 2017.
Blasting activities are expected to occur daily from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Motorists should expect delays of no more than 10 minutes. Motorists, boaters and visitors will be prohibited access within 1,500 feet of the blasting area. A variety of signs and signals will be posted and flagmen will be present to restrict access during blasting periods.
Blasting activities are anticipated to continue through the summer of 2018. The current contract is the third and final major contract for dam safety-related work at Center Hill Dam.


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