The field was remarkably muddy at the "2009 Cannon County Mud Bowl."
Cannon County capture the District 8-AA championship Thursday with a 35-7 trashing of the Upperman Bees at Fred Schwarz Field. The Lions (6-4, 4-1), who have already clinched their first playoff berth since 1995, also secured their second winning season since 1978.
Cannon County's Damon Collette gets some of the dirt and grim washed away during the Lions 35-7 victory Thursday night over Upperman.
Cannon County players and fans enjoyed a thrilling District 8-AA victory Thursday night over the Upperman Bees on a muddy and sloppy Fred Schwarz Field at Cannon County High School.
Father of the driver, Robert L. Bennett, stands in front of the wrecked 2004 Dodge truck with trailer that he was a passenger in on Highway 70 below the Stock Barn.
Thursday afternoon the all too frequent sounds of sirens warning traffic that something has happened or someone needs help broke the silence of Woodbury. Emergency personnel were called to a one vehicle accident with injury (10-46) that had just occurred on Highway 70 below the Stock Barn. The fire department, ambulance, rescue squads as well as deputies and the Tennessee Highway Patrol were called to the scene.
Chancellor Robert E. Corlew, III presided over Cannon County Circuit Court on Thursday. Some of the results from the various cases which appeared on the docket included:
While it won't be known until after Friday night's action whether Cannon County will host a TSSAA football playoff game next week, it is likely the Lions will be on the road should they bumble tonight's opportunity to claim a share of the District 8-AA title.
Area residents are invited to share their views to create a common vision for the future of Cannon County. The Cannon County Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with governments of Auburntown, Woodbury and Cannon County, will hold a special meeting this Saturday.
AccuWeather.com reports there will be no "big horror" classics on Halloween night. Saturday in Cannon County will start out cloudy with a little rain into the early afternoon ...
Serves As Cannon County's Administrator of Elections
Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett and State Coordinator of Elections Mark Goins have announced that Stanley Dobson, Cannon County Administrator of Elections, passed the Certification Exam for Administrators of Elections this week in Nashville.
Don’t Let Halloween Turn Into A Horror Story
NASHVILLE — Halloween is a fun night for both children and adults, but the Tennessee Department of Safety (TDOS) and Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) remind parents, children and especially motorists to do their part to make sure that everyone gets home safely. The celebration can quickly turn into a real night of horror if someone is hurt by a careless or impaired driver.