Showing 5 articles from December 22, 2010.


Cannon County Bass Club Meeting Jan. 15


Detective Busts Pair On Meth-Related Charges
Two men, one from Shelbyville and another from Manchester, were arrested on Dec. 18 on a variety of charges, including promotion of methamphetamine manufacture.
Education System Failing Military, Study Finds
WASHINGTON — Too few of our nation's recent high school graduates – particularly young people of color – have the math, reading, science and problem-solving skills necessary for enlistment in the U.S. Army, according to a study released by The Education Trust.
Expired Tag Stop Ends With Drug Possession Charge
A Woodbury woman was charged with drug possession on Dec. 17 after he vehicle was stopped for having expired tags.
Probation, Parole Populations Decline For First Time Since 1980
WASHINGTON - The number of adults under correctional supervision in the United States declined by less than one percent during 2009, dropping to 7,225,800 (or 48,800 fewer offenders than at yearend 2008), the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) has announced.
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