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MURFREESBORO - The Middle Tennessee athletic marketing and promotions office has announced the basketball promotional schedule for the next two months. Blue Raider fans will be treated to a number of fun and family friendly promotions over the remainder of the schedule, which includes great Sun Belt Conference action.
MURFREESBORO - The Middle Tennessee athletic ticket office has announced it has ticket booklets available for purchase for the upcoming Sun Belt Conference Basketball Championships, to be held March 6-9 in Hot Springs, Ark.
NASHVILLE - Governor Phil Bredesen today addressed a special session of the Tennessee General Assembly to urge swift passage of a range of education-reform proposals designed to spur improvement in Tennessee's education pipeline - specifically, improving student performance and graduation rates at both the high school and college levels. Collectively, the proposals are known as the "Tennessee Education Innovation Plan."
Some Cannon County citizens who have already been convicted of a crime could soon face the possibility of having another one added to their record following action by the Cannon County Election Commission Monday night.
Cannon County Schools will be closed again Wednesday, which will mark the fifth consecutive day that students will be out of class.
Cannon County High officials have announced that tonight's basketball games against Smith County will be played as scheduled.
The Cookeville Herald-Citizen newspaper has taken notice of the success of Coach Michael Dodgen and the Cannon County Lionettes, who are ranked No. 4 in the Associated Press poll this week.
Cannon County's basketball teams rolled to easy wins Tuesday night over District 8-AA opponent Smith County.
If things turned out as scripted, James Hamlett is going to be in a Hollywood movie that plans to shoot one day in late January at the Liberty Dance with many of the dance hall regulars appearing as extras.
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Judge Susan Melton presided over Cannon County General Sessions Court on Tuesday. Some of the results from the various cases which appeared on the docket included: