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Lady Tigers Claim County Championship; Defeat Lady Bulldogs 32 to 29
Peg Broadcasting News Friday February 9, 2018

In elementary girls basketball action, it was a nail biter of a game, the No. 2 seed Crab Orchard Lady Tigers defeated the No. 1 seed Homestead Lady Bulldogs to claim the County Championship on Thursday night. A one point lead bounced back and forth between the teams for the entire game. Due to a foul with 4 seconds left on the clock the final score was Lady Tigers 32, Lady Bulldogs 29. The last time the Lady Tigers were County Champions was in 2007.


National Technical Letter of Intent Signing Day at TCAT
TCAT/Darcy Klein Friday February 9, 2018

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) is holding the National Technical Letter of Intent Signing Day to honor students entering a technical field. This signing ceremony is similar to the NCAA's National Signing Day for athletes, but instead TCAT is celebrating the dignity of work instead of sports. The signing day will be a day for potential students and their families to learn about the different jobs available in transportation, energy, and manufacturing. TCAT president Cliff Wightman said "By signing our incoming students to Letters of Intent, we're telling them that we've reserved a place for them and we want them. Technical education will prepare them for a strong career."
This event will be held on February 15th from 10am-1pm at TCAT on 910 Miller Avenue in building 1.

TBI Directory Mark Gwyn To Retire In June

TBI Directory Mark Gwyn To Retire In June
AP Friday February 9, 2018

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Director Mark Gwyn says he will retire this summer. In a memo Thursday to all bureau employees, Gwyn said he'll remain director until June 1. During that time, the selection process will begin for a successor. Gwyn wrote that he has thought and prayed about the decision for some time and believes this is the right time for him and the bureau. He didn't list other reasons. Gwyn has worked in law enforcement for more than three decades, including 14 years as TBI director. Last month, Gwyn testified before a legislative committee about a state comptroller's office review. It found TBI used reserves over the last four years to avoid layoffs and operational gaps due to budget cuts required by Gov. Bill Haslam's administration. (Photo courtesy TBI)


Dishman Named Miss Basketball Finalist
Submitted / Steve / TSSAA Friday February 9, 2018

Lady Jets junior, Gracee Dishman has been named a finalist for Class AA Miss Basketball. Dishman, who has already scored over 1,900 points in her high school career, is one of three finalist in the state for the honor; joining her are Taylor Lamb from South Greene High School and Upperman High School's Akira Levy. The awards will be presented to the top girls and boys in five classifications of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association on the floor of Murphy Center on the campus of MTSU on Tuesday, March 7 at 7:00 p.m. A statewide committee of sportswriters selected winners based on performance during the 2017-2018 regular season. Academics and character were also taken into consideration. This is the 34th year that the Mr. and Miss Basketball Awards have been presented to Tennessee's best high school basketball players.


Tennessee's $250 DUI Fee Ruled Unconstitutional
AP Friday February 9, 2018

An appeals court has ruled that it's unconstitutional for state law to require that every person convicted of DUI through a blood or breath test pay a $250 fee to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to fund the bureau's testing operations. Tuesday's ruling by the Court of Criminal Appeals in Knoxville says the system violates due process and calls into question the trustworthiness of test results obtained by the bureau's forensic scientists.


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