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The Warren County Pioneers will celebrate Senior NIght Friday as they host the Coffee County Red Raiders at Nunley Stadium.
All Senior football players, cheerleaders, band members and other Fall sports team Seniors and their parents will be honored during special pregame ceremonies.
Friday night will also be Pink-out Night for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Kickoff is at 7pm and the game will be broadcast live on 1230 WAKI.
384 agencies received federal grant funding totally over $17 million to support Tennessee highway safety efforts and education. The grants came from the Tennessee Highway Safety Office and the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security.
McMinnville Police will receive $12,999 for the "Be a Survivor, Get a Designated Driver" campaign.
The Warren County Sheriff's Department will receive $20,000 for the Warren County Impaired Driving Enforcement efforts.
The District Attorney General 31st Judicial District will receive $219,371 for DUI abatement and prosecutor enforcement.
The Spencer Police Department and Van Buren County Sheriff's Department will each receive $5,000 for high visibility enforcement.
General Motors says it plans to hire 650 people at its Tennessee plant amid plans to introduce a third shift to boost production of the Cadillac XT5 and GMC Acadia.
The company said Tuesday that the new overnight shift is expected to begin in January and that the new positions will be filled through the end of the year.
The plant located about 30 miles south of Nashville employs about 3,300 hourly and salaried employees.
Vehicle production was halted at the facility for about two weeks this spring because of supply chain interruptions caused by earthquakes in Japan.
General Motors announced a $790 million investment at the facility in April to build a new high-efficiency engine and upgrade vehicle production, creating nearly 800 jobs.
Tennessee passed the move-over law in 2006. But officers on the road say drivers arenít obeying it and they worry the distractions only make the problem worse.
Officers say the problem is people are looking at the phones and driving distracted rather than paying attention to the road ahead.
The law says if you can not move over then you should slow down and proceed with caution. If someone is found violating the state law, the citation could cost up to $500 and jail time.
The McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen make quick work of Tuesday night's agenda as they met in regular session.
The board approved a request from Queens for a Cause Autism Awareness to host their 6th annual 5K in downtown McMinnville on April 22nd.
In other business, Mayor Jimmy Haley read a proclamation declaring October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in McMinnville.
You can hear Tuesday night's meeting Wednesday at 10am and 5pm on 960 WBMC.