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Numerous ATV Accidents Victims
AP Wednesday May 24, 2017

Vanderbilt University Medical Center officials are warning that doctors are already treating numerous people injured in accidents involving all-terrain vehicles and it's not even the peak trauma season of summer yet.
VUMC officials say staff has treated nearly 50 ATV accident victims since the beginning of the year, including 34 adults and an additional 14 children.
Officials, in their press release, say two common problems doctor see with the injuries are the result of not wearing helmets and from having more than one rider on a vehicle equipped for only one person.
Hospital officials say children under 16 should not ride ATVs due to the risk of serious injuries, especially head trauma. They also recommend wearing a helmet certified by the U.S. Department of Transportation or the Snell Memorial Foundation.

 


Sites Added to National Register
AP Wednesday May 24, 2017

Eight sites in Tennessee have been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
The Tennessee Historical Commission says three places in Shelby County were recently added to the register. They are the Rock of Ages Christian Methodist Episcopal Church and the Memphis Federation of Musicians Local 71 Building in Memphis, and the Charles Davis House in Collierville.
The other sites named to the register are the Cleveland Commercial Historic District in Bradley County; the LaFollette Coke Ovens in Campbell County; Kern's Bakery in Knoxville; The Science Building in Cookeville, located in Putnam County; and the William A. McMurry House in Springfield, located in Robertson County.
Patrick McIntyre, the state's historic preservation officer, says the sites are "special properties worth maintaining and passing along to future generations."

 


Baseball Coach Dismissed
Jay Walker Tuesday May 23, 2017

Just one week after the WCHS Pioneer baseball team was eliminated from the Region 3 Tournament, Pioneer head baseball coach Adam Childs was relieved of his duties. In a text message Monday afternoon, Childs confirmed he was dismissed.
WCHS officials would only say they want to go in another direction with the baseball program.
Childs leaves the program, having won over 100 games, with one district championship, 3 region tournament appearances and one substate appearance.

 


McMinnville Board
Jay Walker Tuesday May 23, 2017

The McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet Tuesday night in regular session.
The board will consider four resolutions, including a measure to accept a bid for construction of a shade structure at the Gilley Pool.
The board will also consider three ordinances, including second reading of a measure to purchase property and a building at 202 Bell Street for the Water and Sewer Department.
Tuesday night's meeting will begin at 7pm at City Hall.
The board meeting will be preceded by meetings of the Building and Grounds Committee at 5:30, Parks and Recreation at 5:40, Streets and Sanitation at 6pm, Water and Sewer at 6:15 and the Safety Committee at 6:30.

 


Haslam Signs License Plate Bill
AP Tuesday May 23, 2017

Gov. Bill Haslam has signed a bill creating a new Tennessee license plate design featuring the phrase "In God We Trust."
The original version of the bill would have required the phrase to be printed on all license plates issued in the state. But after the State Attorney General raised constitutional concerns, sponsors agreed to make the new design optional.
The new law requires the Department of Revenue to design plates to include the optional "In God We Trust" language once current stocks are exhausted.
Senate Democratic leader Lee Harris of Memphis was the only lawmaker in either chamber to vote against the bill after questioning why the new plates will not require the same extra fees as other specialty plates.

 

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