Showing 10 articles from December 28, 2009.


Blue Raiders Sign Four Mid-term Recruits
MURFREESBORO - Middle Tennessee Head Football Coach Rick Stockstill announced today the signing of four offensive players to scholarship agreements.


Legal/Public Notices for 12-29-2009


Bredesen Touts 2009 Accomplishments
NASHVILLE – As the year draws to a close, we look back on significant events and accomplishments of 2009.
Cannon County May Lose State Trooper
State budget cuts next year may mean that 13 small Tennessee counties — including Cannon — would lose their state trooper.
Heartbreakers To Ring In New Year At Arts Center
Send your event listing to the Cannon Courier at, call 615-563-2512, fax 615-563-2519 or drop it off at 210 West Water Street!
Lionettes Run Record To 11-0
SPARTA — Three players scored in double figures Monday as the Cannon County Lionettes remained perfect on the season.
Lions Open Shootout With Win
Lions Open Shootout With Win
SPARTA — The Cannon County Lions and Lionettes are playing in the Sonic Shootout at White County High in Sparta this week.
Rumors About Cannon County Sheriff Are Just That
With the election season fast approaching, rumors are beginning to spread concerning who will be seeking reelection in 2010, and who will not be.
Soldier Sends Special Shout-Out To Hometown Supporters
Hello from Northern Iraq. Life at FOB Sykes is good as we survived one more holiday away from the ones we love.
TDOT Clarifies Information About Federal Funding And Stimulus Projects
NASHVILLE - A recent news story contained information about federal transportation funding rescissions impacting the Tennessee Department of Transportation.
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