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Carbondale, Ill. - Justin Miller tied a school record with three home runs as the Middle Tennessee offense overwhelmed Southern Illinois, 17-4.
Ms. Opha Jones and daughter Elaine Mingle embrace honoree Ms. Mallie Taylor (center) at her 100th Birthday Celebration. Ms. Taylor has four children, Randall Taylor and Rachel Melton of Auburntown, Wayne Taylor of Woodbury, and Darlene Knowles of Baxter.
“A long, long, long time ago you were born and the world became a better place,” read one of the many greeting cards given to Ms. Mallie Opal (Tate) Taylor at her 100th birthday celebration held Sunday, Feb. 21 at the Auburn Baptist Church Activity Center. More than 150 well-wishers came to help honor Ms. Mallie on her special day.
The Auburntown City Council met Tuesday, March 2, 2010 for their regular monthly meeting. Mayor Roger Turney and all councilmen were present.
Information for this report was obtained by the Cannon Courier by searching public records at the Cannon County Register of Deeds Office.
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:
Cannon's pre-K'ers listen to a reading of The Little Engine That Could.
Cannon County's pre-K students enjoyed a reading of "The Little Engine That Could" on Tuesday evening as part of the Read Across America program.
My husband and I were OUTRAGED when we received a letter in the mail from the Board of Education telling us that our son is Obese!!! (Updated with additional information)