Showing 9 articles from December 2, 2009.


Cannon County Hoop Teams Pounce On Pioneers
MC MINNVILLE — Cannon County's girls and boys basketball teams captured a pair of wins over Warren County Tuesday night be relatively large margins.


'Amazing Macy' Named Jr. Beta Club VP
'Amazing Macy' Named Jr. Beta Club VP
Short Mountain School is proud to announce the new 2009-2010 Jr. Beta Club Vice President Macy Williams. Macy is an 8th grader at Short Mountain School and is the daughter of Marty and Kim Williams of Woodbury.
Cannon County Veterans Thank You
The Veterans and Concerned Citizens for the Veterans of Cannon County want to express our sincere thanks to ALL of the good folks of Cannon County and beyond, who supported the Veterans Day Activities and the Veterans Day Parade.
Homeowner Finds Bags Of Headless Chickens On Property
Following are the latest crime and incident reports as recorded by the Cannon County Sheriff's Department.
House Passes Gordon’s Foreign Nuclear Waste Bill
WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives approved Congressman Bart Gordon’s bipartisan legislation to ban the importation of foreign radioactive waste. Gordon’s bill, the Radioactive Import Deterrence (RID) Act, H.R. 515, would prevent foreign-generated radioactive waste from being processed in Tennessee and disposed in the U.S.
Investigation Continues Into Robbery Prank At FirstBank
Yesterday (Dec. 1) at approximately 1:15 p.m. the Woodbury Police Dept. responded to a possible attempt to rob First Bank. Three suspects were identified and swiftly apprehended by Asst. Chief Young and Officer Brandon Gullett.
Seasonal, H1N1 Flu Shots Available At Health Dept.
The Cannon County Health Dept. now has seasonal flu vaccine plus the H1N1 vaccine available. The shots are open to anyone - call 563-4243 for appointments.
Sheriff Nichols: Rescue Volunteers Spared County Huge Financial Burden
On Tuesday, December 1, 2009 a press conference was held at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds in Nashville to update the condition of the 84 horses following the arrest of two Cannon County men on Animal Cruelty charges last week.
Sheriff's Department Announces Annual Toys for Kids Drive
Cannon County Sheriff Billy Nichols announces that his department will again this year conduct a “Toys for Kids” program.
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