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Eugene "Buck" Rogers, 69, of Woodbury died February 7, 2010. He was born March 10, 1940 in Cannon County, TN. His parents were the late Tommie Eugene Rogers and Nessie Mae (Knox) Rogers.
Jennie Mae Adams, age 94, died on February 7, 2010. She was born in Jackson, Tennessee to the late Adolphus Birge and Dora Galloway Mitchell, who later moved to LaVergne. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dr Carl Adams who died in 1994, and her brothers, A.B. and John G. Mitchell, Sr.
Oleta Hughes Thompson passed away on Feb. 8, 2010. A native of Cannon Co., she resided in Murfreesboro.
Tommy Pugh, 51, died Sunday, February 7, 2010 at his home in Gassaway.
Cannon County has been chosen to receive $11, 215 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county under the 2010 Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program Phase XXVIII.
Due to scheduling difficulties, Cannon County High officials report that the basketball games with Franklin that were scheduled for this coming Saturday night (Feb. 13) have been canceled.
East Side School would like to announce the following honor students (Principal’s List – All A’s), Honor Roll (A’s and B’s) and students with perfect attendance for the third grading period ending December 18:
Auburn School students and faculty as well as Principal Roger Turney recently accepted an American flag from SPC Jennifer Duggin, parent of Austin Duggin.
On behalf of the Family Support Program, it is a GREAT pleasure to share the news that the Governor has proposed restoring funding to the Family Support Program for two more years.
If you are the proud owner of a beautiful quilt and would love to share its beauty with quilt lovers, please call Connie Rigsby or Jacque Head at 563-5304 to display your creation during the Old Fashion Quilt Tour.
Cannon County REACH is shutting down its Afterschool Program at Auburn School in Auburntown for the remainder of the school year because of a low number of participants, Director Angela King said Monday.
All businesses are required by Tennessee state law to complete and return a tangible personal property schedule to the Assessor of Property by March 1. The schedule summarizes all tangible items which are used in the conduct of business.
KNOXVILLE -- It took more than two years to get into this economic mess, and it's likely going to take more than two years from now to get out of it.