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SMHS Homecoming Court for 2017
Peg News Friday September 8, 2017

Stone Memorial High School has named it's Homecoming Court for 2017. Mattie Buck, 9th grade; Mattie Daugherty, 9th grade; Katie Coudriet, 10th grade; Katelyn Tabor, 10th grade; Emily Boyd, 11th grade; Lindsey Livesay, 11th grade; Abby Hurst, 12th grade; Jordan Houston, 12th grade; Tessa Oiler, 12th grade; Jessica Tabor, 12th grade and Sloan Wilson, 12th grade. The 2017 Homecoming Court and Queen will be presented at halftime of the SMHS vs. Walker Valley football game Friday. The game kicks off at 6:30 p.m. and you can listen "Live" to the ballgame on the home of the Panthers Football Mix 99.3.

 


Putnam County Inmates Escape
Peg News Friday September 8, 2017

Two Putnam County inmates escaped from a road work crew on Thursday. Jordan Langford and Michael Flanigan Jr. were last seen north of Cookeville near Gainesboro Grade and Chester King Road. Authorities believe the two men were picked up by a vehicle and are no longer in the area. The men are not considered armed or dangerous at this time. Langford is described as a while male who is 5'10 tall and weighs about 200 pounds. He has short brown hair, green eyes and several tattoos on his arm. Flanigan is a white male who is 5'9 tall and weighs about 155 pounds. He has medium length brown hair, brown eyes and several tattoos on his arms. Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call the sheriff?s office at 931-528-8484

 


TN Opioid Task force Makes Recommendations
WATE Friday September 8, 2017

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) Adding 25 Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agents, limiting emergency room prescriptions, and a new public awareness campaign are among dozens of recommendations Wednesday from a Tennessee legislative task force on the state opioid crisis. It comes after months of meetings and dozens of witnesses before the task force, which was created earlier this year by House Speaker Beth Harwell. Harwell will now review the recommendations before putting the ideas into any legislation for the upcoming sessions. In remarks before the recommendations were discussed, Harwell said, They are not the end of the battle. We will continue to look at ways to combat the problem.

 


Nashville Possible Location for Amazon's Second Headquarters
WVLT - Local 8 News Friday September 8, 2017

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (CBS/WVLT) -- Officials are expected to put their ring in the hat to bring Amazon's second headquarters to Nashville. Amazon previously reported that the second headquarters would be similar to their Seattle location that has contributed $38 billion to the economy. The company told CBS News it plans to spend more than $5 billion on the new corporate campus and potentially bring 50,000 jobs to the chosen location. In a statement, Nashville Mayor Megan Barry said her economic development team planned to start working with the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and the state to scout locations in Davidson County. The news that Amazon is looking for a second headquarters has generated a lot of buzz and excitement in the Nashville community. I'm confident that our socially progressive, pro-business climate, talented workforce, and overall great quality of life offers the type of environment that they are looking for in the city they I'l choose. Over the coming weeks, my Economic and Community Development team will be working with the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and State of Tennessee to identify potential locations in Davidson County that would be a good fit for Amazon's needs,Mayor Barry said. Amazon said they want a city with a strong university system and a "highly educated labor pool." The online retailing giant estimates that investments in Seattle between 2010 and 2016 added a whopping $38 billion to the city's economy, CBS News reports. Local 8 News is working to confirm more information.

 


Court Date Continued For 15-Year-Old Dayton Teen Charged With Murder
Peg News Friday September 8, 2017

15 year old, Trinity Quinn from Dayton, TN was expected to appear in court Thursday but her court date had been continued to November. Quinn, along with Daniel Clark, have been charged with shooting and killing John Stevens while he was working at the Exxon station in Nashville. The decision as to whether or not a teenager charged with murder will be charged as an adult has been continued to November 22.

 

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