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The Warren County School System Monday will be posting the two head basketball coaching jobs that came open last week.
Boys basketball coach John Dillard resigned last Thursday and girls coach Erick Baird was fired on Friday.
Officials say the jobs will be posted Monday and applications will be taken through March 28th, with the initial screening process to begin on March 31st. The first round of interviews should begin in early April. Officials hope to have the new coaches in place by the end of April or early May.
Parents and teachers across Tennessee are watching closely as major changes could be on the way for the state Board of Education.
Legislation being debated in the General Assembly would have voters decide on some or all board members in regular elections.
Tennessee Education Association president Gera Summerford says currently all are appointed by the governor to five-year terms and can be re-appointed.
In addition to the bills seeking elections for the State Board of Education, others have proposed taking the power to appoint members away from the governor and giving it to the speakers of the state House and Senate.
The TEA would like to see a bill passed that would require one-half of the state board to be licensed educators.
The State Board of Education is composed of nine members, one from each of the state's congressional districts, along with a student member.
Tennessee unemployment rate for the month of January was 7.2 percent, half a percentage point lower than the December revised rate. That's according to Tennessee Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips.
The national unemployment rate for January was 6.6 percent.
Over the past year, Tennessee's unemployment rate declined from 8.1 to 7.2 percent, while the national rate declined from 7.9 to 6.6 percent.
Unemployment in Tennessee is the lowest since September 2008.
The Warren County High School baseball and softball teams will begin their 2014 seasons Monday night with home games.
The Pioneer baseball team opens the season against the Coffee County Red Raiders at 6pm at Patrick Ramsey Field.
The Lady Pioneer softball team will host the Shelbyville Eaglettes at 7pm at the WCHS softball field.
The McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet Tuesday night in regular session to consider one resolution and one ordinance.
The resolution is to accept the low bid from Ford of Murfreesboro for a one-ton dump truck for the Public Works Department.
The ordinance is a measure to add the Capital Project Fund for the Park Theater to the 2013-14 budget.
The board meeting begins Tuesday evening at 7pm at City Hall.
It will be preceded by a meeting of the Building and Grounds Committee at 6pm, Parks and Recreation at 6:25, and the Finance Committee at 6:35.
The Safety Committee will meet immediately following the board meeting.