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Sparta Hospital Completes Renovation
Thursday June 29, 2017

St. Thomas Highlands Hospital in Sparta has just completed a $280,000 renovation of the Surgery Department and the Behavioral Health Department, which includes senior care.
The Behavioral Health Department has 10 beds and is usually at capacity. Paint, new flooring, cabinetry and updated workstations were included in the renovation, the first for the hospital in nearly 10 years.
The Surgery Department was also repainted and refloored, and workstations were remodeled.
The front entrance, common areas, cafeteria and patient rooms have all been renovated.

 


Tn Promise Deadline Approaching
WVLT Thursday June 29, 2017

Students hoping to remain eligible for TN Promise this fall only have a couple more days to complete the community service required as part of the scholarship.
The deadline is July 1 for students to get in eight hours of community service. Any volunteer work that is done at a nonprofit or a public service organization counts toward the requirement. That's volunteer work like tutoring at a community center, working at a nursing home or at state parks. Students can also volunteer in their field of interest, meaning job shadowing would count toward the community service hours.
If students aren't sure if their volunteer work counts, they can ask their mentor or someone who works for the program.

 


State Must Release Outsourcing Records
AP Thursday June 29, 2017

A judge has ruled in favor of a media group that sued the state of Tennessee to release records about its attempt to outsource services at Fall Creek Falls State Park.
The Tennessee Coalition for Open Government says Davidson County Chancellor Bill Young on Tuesday ruled that the state must produce records to City Press Communications LLC, parent company of the Nashville Scene and the Nashville Post, and reporter Cari Wade Gervin.
The media group sued Tennessee Department of General Services Commissioner Robert Oglesby, saying the state refused to produce records related to its push to privatize Fall Creek Falls State Park's hospitality services. State officials said the process yielded no bids.
The lawsuit says there was extensive written correspondence between the state and private groups that considered submitting proposals.

 


Financial Management
Jay Walker Thursday June 29, 2017

The Warren County Commission's Financial Management Committee will meet Thursday to discuss architectural services upgrades and renovations for Warren County Schools and to award bids for various projects.
The meeting will begin at 3:30 at the Administrative Building.

 


Sen. Bowling Meeting
Jay Walker Thursday June 29, 2017

State Sen. Janice Bowling will be in McMinnville Thursday to conduct a town hall meeting with constituents.
The meeting will begin at 1pm in the Magnolia Room at the Warren County Administrative Building.
The Senator will give brief opening remarks, then will answer questions from the audience. The public is invited.

 

 

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