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Joshua Derrick Patrick, 27, of Dowelltown, TN died Sunday, Oct. 4, 2009 at Stones River Hospital.
This week’s Cannon County High School Male and Female Athletes of the Week are soccer player Nina Walkup and football player Embry Mills. Special thanks to Joe’s Place for their support of CCHS Athletics.
TROY, Ala. - Middle Tennessee could only score once, a third quarter touchdown, and host Troy rolled to a 31-7 win in front of a crowd of 17,108 at Movie Gallery Stadium in Troy, Ala., plus countless others watching live nationally on ESPN2 Tuesday night.
The problem of trash or garbage is a universal problem and is being addressed by most civilized nations. One of the ways to accomplish this is to recycle. The internet is full of ideas and implemented plans for the act of doing the actual recycling. The only problem left is to get the people to act. A survey commissioned by the Glass Packaging Institute (GPI) revealed that almost 94 percent of Americans think "recycling is good for the environment." Most people are in total agreement that we are poisoning the earth by our trash and that we are depleting our natural resources.
The rejuvenated Historic Readyville Mill, owned by Tomm Brady, has a lot of friends who want to see it prosper and in doing so keep the Mill at the center of attention for all to see; this in turn helps it stay in good shape.
The Readyville Mill is the last mill intact on the Stones River and has a lot of history about it. Maybe you did not know but the Readyville area of Cannon and Rutherford Counties had electricity before Murfreesboro did. It was generated by the mill itself.
While health care and the economy are the major issues dominating national news these days, the United States remains a nation at war, less anyone forget.
One person who certainly hasn't forgotten is Woodbury native and Auburntown resident Jennifer Duggin, a supply specialist for the HHT 1-230th ACS (Air Calvary Squadron) Unit of the Tennessee National Guard, Smyrna.
Duggin, who is currently stationed in Northern Iraq, said one of the reasons she is serving her country is she wants people to remember why our country is at war, and the sacrifices hundreds of thousands of citizen soldiers have made since the War on Terror began eight years ago.