Showing 7 articles from October 9, 2010.


Lions Show Little Fight In Loss To Scott County
Lions Show Little Fight In Loss To Scott County
It was not a happy Homecoming for Cannon County.
Resident Warns Of Potential Scam
This morning I received a telephone call from someone with a heavy Indian accent asking to speak to Tracy Neal.
Suspicious Fire Destroys Boat, Truck
Cannon County Sheriff's Deputy Chip Avera was dispatched to 507 Odell Powell Road, Woodbury, at 9:20 p.m. on Oct. 1 in response to a report of a vehicle and boat fire.


Appeals Court Urged To Strike Down National Day of Prayer
Americans United for Separation of Church and State has asked a federal appeals court to find the congressionally mandated National Day of Prayer unconstitutional.
Construction Employment Near 14-Year Low
The number of people working in construction is approaching a 14-year low now that the industry lost 21,000 jobs in September.
ObamaCare Already Hurting Businesses And Infringing On Liberty
Lynchburg, VA – President Obama’s administration has temporarily exempted the United Federation of Teachers, a key political backer of President Obama from certain provisions of the healthcare law.
Tax Expiration Would Hit Low-Income Workers Hard
Washington, DC - Low-income workers will pay substantially higher taxes if tax cuts expire on schedule at the end of 2010, according to a new study from the Tax Foundation.
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