County budget meetings continued Thursday evening at the courthouse with the budget committee reviewing the budget requests from the Circuit Court Clerk Lynne Foster and Judge Susan Melton.
The Senior Center has received many calls from parents wanting to put their babies in the Good Ole Days.
Tennessee's four remaining candidates for governor participated in a forum held at MTSU on Thursday, April 29.
Lions Head Coach Joel Schrenk gives players the agenda for the weightlifting competition before Friday's event.
The Lions Football Liftathon was held Friday, April 30 at the CCHS Fieldhouse. The purpose of the fundraiser, in addition to raising money to support the football program, is to give players an opportunity to compete against each other in weightlifting, said Head Coach Joel Schrenk. The Lions start spring practice Monday.
Tuesday night the Cannon County Planning Committee met in the courtroom of the Courthouse for a regular meeting. Those present were Boyd Barker, Cary Hutchins, Brenda Phillips, Rebekah Parton, David George and Thad Rains.
Wesley Patton, right, breaks a board being held by Karate Expert Bill Taylor.
In today's society, personal safety has become a very major concern. Children are perhaps the most vulnerable.
Short Mountain School would like to thank Middle Tennessee Electric for sponsoring the "Stamp Out Bullying" program with Jay Banks.
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Health joins the nation on May 5 in observing the National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy.