Mrs. Mary Alice Richards, 83, of Woodbury died Dec. 2, 2010. She was born Dec. 15, 1926 in Huntingdon, TN. Her parents were the late Bill Churchwell & Flossie (Smith) Churchwell. She is preceded in death by her brother, Col. Alvin Churchwell and a sister, Billie Caudle Wertz.
Throughout our nation’s history, Americans have found the courage to do right by our children’s future. Deep down, every American knows we face a moment of truth once again. We cannot play games or put off hard choices any longer. Without regard to party, we have a patriotic duty to keep the promise of America to give our children and grandchildren a better life.
A Woodbury woman is due in Cannon County General Sessions Court later this month to answer for multiple charges stemming from an incident which took place on Nov. 19.
A local man has been found guilty of violating his probation following an emotional hearing in Cannon County Circuit.
November 4, the Short Mountain School Junior Beta Club, with the help of the faculty, sponsored a Souper Bowl Supper.
NASHVILLE — A swing made of rare American Chestnut wood was recently presented to Tennessee’s Executive Residence as a gift. Earl Conaster, an employee at Edgar Evins State Park created the swing, with Cannon County blacksmith Joe Brown crafting the frame.
The Webb School Chapel will be filled with music, song and fellowship on Thursday, Dec. 9 during the school’s annual celebration of Lessons and Carols.