Jack Dempsey West, 75, died Friday, March 19, 2010 at Stones River Hospital following an extended illness.
The Obama Administration’s philosophy seems to be: “If you can find it in the Yellow Pages, the government ought to be doing it.”
Cannon Courier owner and publisher Ron Fryar assumed a new role this week, as publisher of The Post newspaper of Murfreesboro.
GALLATIN -- Today State Senator Diane Black joined middle Tennessee voters as they fought back against Congressman Bart Gordon's flip-flop vote on the Obama-Pelosi health care takeover.
NASHVILLE – On Monday, the Tennessee House of Representatives passed legislation expanding the scope of Tennessee’s DUI/DWI laws to include any substances that directly impact the central nervous system.
North Cannon Street on the east side of the Cannon County Courthouse will be closed late next week to thru traffic due to work being done on the courthouse revitalization project.
NASHVILLE – Senate Committees worked at “full steam” this week as they wrapped up budget hearings for various agencies and departments of state government and moved a number of important bills to the Senate floor for final action.
In March of 1889, a new auditorium opened for the use of Christians who assembled to worship in Woodbury. Record indicate there were about 200 who met at the time.