Clarence B. Davenport, 98, of Woodbury died February 18, 2010. He was born August 31, 1911 in Cannon County, TN.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – The 2009-10 Middle Tennessee senior class has been the epitome of perseverance, patience and persistence during their careers.
Earlier this month, I delivered my eighth and final State of the State Address to the 106th General Assembly, and I presented a budget that has been the most difficult to prepare since my time in public office.
Kim McMillan, a Democratic from Clarksville who is vying to become Tennessee's next governor, will visit Woodbury next Friday for a campaign stop.
NASHVILLE –The National Weather Service, the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency and supporting groups are conducting educational activities and drills to help people prevent injuries and deaths from tornadoes, damaging winds, flash floods, lightning and hail during Severe Weather Awareness Week starting Sunday, Feb. 21, 2010.
NASHVILLE – Bills concerning healthcare, the economy and taxes were among the major pieces of legislation that advanced in the State Senate this week.