If a head football coach has a dozen or more assistant coaches, does that automatically translate to winning state titles?
Justin Tobin is presented the FNB Player of the Week by Jeanne Melton for his efforts against DeKalb County.
Cannon County football suffers second shutout, 35-0
Hollis provides winner in 1-0 shutout
Cannon County’s boys and girls cross-country teams enjoyed impressive showings during invitationals last week.
Murder. Greed. Corruption. Violence. Exploitation. Adultery. Treachery. And all that jazz.
DTC Communications will host its annual meeting on Saturday, Sept. 15, at the DeKalb County Fairgrounds in Alexandria.
Subscribe to the Cannon Courier and you will receive two Adult General Admission Passes ($24 value) good to Wedensday’s performance of the Lewis & Clark Circus.
The Readyville FCE will hold its September meeting at Ferrell Hollow Farms on the 18th at 11:00 a.m.
Shirley Borren of Woodbury, Tenn., has been appointed to the Tennessee Community Services Agency Statewide Board of Directors.
Dorothy Hobbs, above, weaves a white oak basket during the annual White Oak Crafts Fair at the Cannon County Arts Center Saturday and Sunday
Cripple Creek Cloggers and their accompanying string band returned recently from touring festivals in the Baltic States.
Navy Airman Alexander S. Grimes, son of Kenneth S. Grimes, of Morrison, Tenn., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
Maybe some of you think it's an impossible task, because crystal meth labs keep showing up like poisonous mushrooms, more and more in Woodbury and other cities of the country.
Susan (Sue) Conley has been named Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for DeKalb Community Hospital (DCH) and Stones River Hospital (SRH) by theUpper Healthcare (UCHI) Board and Capella Healthcare.
The United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties has announced that it started its process to recruit 2013-2014 partner programs.
Here's an interesting First Amendment question for you.
Last night, I was looking through a box of old photographs of my mother ’s and made a discovery I had been overlooking for years.
When I was a young boy, late '50s - early '60s, life was much more simple and common-sense themed than now.
There I was, looking nice, the Whittle Way, just after inserting false teeth to take a bite of another gloriously beautiful day...ABOVE GROUND!!!
Civic organizations, school clubs and sports teams will continue to have opportunities to raise money by conducting road blocks in Woodbury.
The Auburntown City Council met Sept. 4 for its regular monthly meeting.
Several congratulations start our week off.
When your stream is uneven, you must deal with some distinct financial issues.
Educators in the Motlow College Department of Social Science will discuss "Elections and the Constitution" during a Constitution Day forum.
Nonresident property owners in Woodbury keep three options
One law enforcement department helping another