Pattie Jean Rowen, age 67 of Murfreesboro, after a courageous five year battle with cancer, went to her heavenly home on Tuesday February 16, 2010. She was a native of Cannon County and was the daughter of the late, Vester Lee and Elsie Bell Duke Rogers.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - Coming off last season’s record-setting campaign, the Middle Tennessee baseball team faces the challenges of not only repeating as Sun Belt Conference champions but also going deeper into the NCAA tournament.
TROY, Ala. - Middle Tennessee clinched the Sun Belt's East Division for the second-straight time with a 106-84 victory Wednesday night at Troy in league action inside the Trojan Arena in Troy, Ala., which was ignited by a 36-point, 19-rebound outing by All-American Alysha Clark.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - The Middle Tennessee Softball team kicks off its 2010 campaign this weekend in Kennesaw, Ga., as the team will travel to the Phyllis Rafter Memorial tournament hosted by Kennesaw State.
Auburn Beta Club raised funds for Haiti relief efforts.
Cannon County 911 is now online with a live radio feed for our Law Enforcement and Fire/EMA Frequencies. Using this website, a person can listen to any agency in the United States that has a live feed set up.
Meeting is a special called session Thursday night, the Cannon County Commission voted to approve two resolutions.
Cannon County Executive Mike Gannon said Thursday night that the dispute between the County Commission and the county's Election Commission over back pay may be resolved soon.
Coaches are found of using the cliche "There is no 'I' in team." However, when it comes to the Lionettes of Cannon County High School, there is certainly a big "E."
NASHVILLE – On Thursday, the Tennessee House of Representatives unanimously passed ethics legislation that formally establishes and reaffirms the ethics code for the chamber.
COOKEVILLE — Cannon County's boys rallied in the second half here Thursday night to advance in the District 8-AA Basketball Tournament being played at Tennessee Tech.
Short Mountain School seventh grade students Molly Williams, Angela Acuna, Shawnna Vanatta, Kayla Waycaster and Lauren Simmons sponsored a Hat/Pajama Day to raise funds for the victims of the Haiti earthquake.