Judge Susan Melton is scheduled to hear a total of 116 cases when Cannon County General Sessions Court convenes Tuesday morning at the courthouse.
There is an error in this week's print edition of The Cannon Courier. The jump from Page 1 of the story about the fire at Fine Swine Bar-B-Que was inadvertently left out of the paper. The full story with additional information and photographs will be printed in next week's (Feb. 1) edition. We apologize for the error and regret any inconvenience.
Cannon County was the buzz at the recent Tennessee Cattlemen’s Convention in Pigeon Forge held on Friday, January 21st.
“The Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency has received a budget increase of $3,176,900 for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program allowing the agency to serve more low-income individuals in the Upper Cumberland Area,” announced Phyllis Bennett, UCHRA Executive Director.
The Cannon County Sheriff provides inmate labor to the Cannon County Convenience Center. Convenience center employees are supposed to provide supervision of the inmates while they are working there. When that supervision doesn't happen or is lacking, problems can ensue, as was the case last week.$element(poll,poll,48)$
This Saturday, January 29th, the Middle Tennessee Vipers are welcoming the Murfreesboro Red Devils to Woodbury for a controlled scrimmage. It will begin at 2:00 p.m.