Adams Memorial Library now offers support to the visually handicapped with a Closed Circuit TV (CCTV), thanks to the Woodbury Lions Club and the Middle Tennessee Lions Sight Service. The device enlarges any reading material placed under its lights and projects the result on a television screen.
Auburtown resident, Jennifer Duggin, returned home 11-29 for two weeks leave from Iraq. The Women's Bible Class at Auburn Baptist Church of which Jennifer is a member, held a "Welcome Home Birthday Party" in celebration of her 36th birthday 12/3/09.
The last 2009 meeting of the Woodbury Board of Alderman met in a fairly short meeting Tuesday. All were present for the meeting. Those attending were Mayor Patrick, Vice Mayor Charley Harrell, Fay Northcutt-Knox, Lois Larimer, Dottie Duggin Clayton Cason, and Joann Davis. Also in attendance was the city’s attorney Bill Bryson and Recorder Charlene Odom.
Long-time Cannon County Circuit Court Clerk Robert H. "Hoppy" Davenport is retiring from his position next month.
Davenport, who has held the elected position for over three decades, informed Cannon County Executive Mike Gannon by letter on Dec. 2 that he would be stepping down from his post effective January 15, 2010.
The Cannon County Health Dept. will be having H1N1 clinics at the Health Dept. next week. H1N1 shots are free and available to anyone.
WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation to ensure tax fairness for Tennesseans by extending the state sales tax deduction.
Following are the latest arrest and incident reports as recorded by the Cannon County Sheriff's Department.
Beginning on Tuesday, January 12, producers in Cannon, Coffee and Warren County will have the opportunity to participate in a Master Beef Producer Class. The Master Beef Producer Program will be taught at Bridgestone/Firestone Learning Center in Morrison.
The public is invited to attend a town hall meeting concerning the Family Support Program on Monday, Dec. 21 at 4 p.m. at the Cannon County Senior Citizens Center at 609 Lehman St. in Woodbury.
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COOKEVILLE — Cannon County students are reminded not to miss the Dec. 15 scholarship deadline at Tennessee Tech University.