Lance Cpl. Justin Kyle Lewter, age 20, of Camp Pendleton California died from injuries sustained from an automobile accident. He was a veteran of the Iraq War and was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force at Camp Pendleton.
Mary Pauline Harrell Jones, 81, a native of Cannon County, died Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2009 at NHC Healthcare Center of Murfreesboro following an extended illness.
MURFREESBORO – The Blue Raider baseball program has signed six student-athletes to National Letters of Intent on the first day of the NCAA early signing period as announced by head coach Steve Peterson on Wednesday.
MURFREESBORO – The men’s basketball program has signed four student-athletes to National Letter of Intent on the first day of the NCAA early signing period as announced by head coach Kermit Davis on Wednesday.
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MURFREESBORO - Head coach Rick Insell and the Middle Tennessee women's basketball program introduced four signees Wednesday as members of the 2010 class after each member of the quartet inked her name to a National Letter of Intent on the first day of the signing period.
MURFREESBORO – Murfreesboro standout Kerry Hammonds Jr., has signed a National Letter of Intent to play men’s basketball at Middle Tennessee as announced by head coach Kermit Davis on Wednesday.
The Cannon County Health Department will offer H1N1l flu vaccine on 11/18/2009 at the Cannon County Community Center, 630 Lehman Street Woodbury, TN 37190 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. No appointment is necessary to receive the vaccine. The H1N1 flu vaccine will be provided at no charge.
(R-L) Lt. Col. Mike Parks, Air Force Master Sargent Tom Koblinksy and Nolan "Dude" Northcutt pay tribute to Cannon County soldiers who died in action Wednesday.
Soldiers from Cannon County who were killed in wars were saluted today during a Veterans Day ceremony at the Cannon County Courthouse.
COOKEVILLE — After months of planning, considerable cost and meticulous construction, Tennessee’s own full size skeleton of a T-Rex is finally complete and ready to welcome visitors to the Highlands Prehistoric Museum near Cookeville’s downtown square.