Showing 9 articles from August 2, 2010.


Dr. Spivey Will Discuss Bladder Control Problems At Free Luncheon Hosted By Cannon County Senior Center
Jr. High Football Jamboree Aug. 7


30 Persons On General Sessions Docket Tuesday
The docket for Cannon County General Sessions Judge Susan Melton for Tuesday, Aug. 3, includes the following cases:
County General Election 2010 Climaxes Thursday
Months of hard work, handshaking and ham breakfasts for candidates running in the 2010 County General Election will come to an end Thursday when voters go to the polls to make their selections.
Reports Show Most Money Spent On Sheriff, Trustee Races
Information on file at the Cannon County Election Commission shows that the most money spent in this Thursday's County General Election for the top positions in local government has been spent on the Sheriff and Trustee races.
Sales Tax Holiday Coming This Weekend
Tennesseans get a break from state and local sales taxes Aug. 6-8.
School Begins Friday Following Summer Of Planning, Preparing
Students in the Cannon County Schools system will soon realize the phrase “back to school” has a different meaning for them than it does teachers when the 2010-11 school year begins this week.
Stones River Hospital Offering Innovative
Therapy To Treat Bladder Control Problems
Stones River Hospital today announced it is offering an important treatment option for individuals suffering from bladder control problems who have not had success with common treatments such as medication.
WSMV Report: Letter Threatens Sheriff's Candidate, Family
A candidate for Cannon County sheriff said the race has gotten so dirty he's worried about his family's safety.
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