MURFREESBORO - The 37th Annual Groundhog Day Luncheon to benefit Blue Raider baseball has been set for Tuesday, February 2 at 11:30 a.m.
The Mixed Martial Arts Association (MMA) of Middle Tennessee State University, along with Guardian Mixed Martial Arts, is bringing organized ultimate fighting to Murphy Center, Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010.
Cannon County Schools will be closed Tuesday, January 12th, 2010. Barbara Parker, Director of Schools
MURFREESBORO — Following an awesome autumn, a new semester, spring 2010, dawns at MTSU. On the heels of 1,633 degree candidates graduating Dec. 19, the MT Blue Raiders capping off a 10-win season by capturing the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Dec. 20 and countless classroom successes, the returning, transfer and online students and faculty will be back on campus Thursday, Jan. 14, in anticipation of academic achievement this spring.
The Clayton Glenn Scholarship was awarded to Susan Cawthorne. Susan was a 2009 graduate of Cannon County High School.
Cannon County resident George Manus, Jr. directs the musical.
If you were in the Murfreesboro area anytime from 7 o'clock to 9 on Friday night and were frightened by continual explosive sounds followed by shrieks and screams, you needn't worry. It was just the audience at the first performance of The Great American Trailer Park Musical, all of them laughing hard enough to make a swig of Wild Turkey come out their noses.
Cannon County is ranked fourth in Class AA in the Associated Press girls basketball poll.
There probably won’t be much bacon for state legislators to bring home this year when they complete their work in the 2010 session of Tennessee’s 106th General Assembly.
That’s because they will be spending a majority of their time looking for ways to cut any fat they can find in the state budget, and beyond that they will likely be forced to make cuts to programs and services as they work to fulfill their constitutional mandate of crafting a balanced budget.
The Middle Tennessee Association of REALTORS® announced this week that they plan to follow up a banner year of community service across the Middle Tennessee region by repeating their achievements and improving upon them even further.
If you have Type O-negative blood, please consider donating blood at a Red Cross blood drive or donor center near you. Locally, you may give blood on Thursday, Jan. 21, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. at Lions Club Building located at 540 W. Adams St. in Woodbury.
Cannon County Schools will be closed Monday, January 11th, 2010. Barbara Parker, Director of Schools
The Cannon County elementary school basketball tournament is being rescheduled in order to give schools an opportunity to make up 2 games that were postponed due to snow days.
Volunteer Fount Bertram is president of The Friends of Edgar Evins State Park, Inc., a not-for-profit organization to aid and improve the park.
“What happens in the park, stays in the park”, says Fount Bertram, President of the Friends of Edgar Evins State Park, on Center Hill Lake, near Smithville. Mr. Bertram is referring to monies raised by the Friends group.
On January 6th, the USDA announced their decision to retain a massive loophole in farm payment limit rules that will continue to allow annual taxpayer funded checks of hundreds of thousands, even millions, of dollars to inure to single farming operations - subsidy checks the nation's largest farms use to drive their smaller neighbors out of business.
As the healthcare debate continues to unfold, a little-known but important provision in the Democrats' reform package that would fill a huge gap in our nation's health insurance system is attracting renewed attention.