Mrs. Mabel R. (Paschal) Carter formerly of Woodbury died Jan. 11, 2010 in Wayne, Michigan. She was born Jan. 20, 1932 in Readyville, TN. Her parents were the late Charlie Joshua Paschal and Eppie Anne (Campbell) Paschal. She is also preceded in death by a brother, Edward Paschal and a sister, Ada Pitts.
The rebirth of the American Legion in Cannon County came about Monday when Tennessee State Commander Don Mathis presided over the meeting of newly formed American Legion, Hilton Stone Post #279, at the Cannon County Senior Center.
LEBANON – Author and motivator Michael Burt will speak at Cumberland University on Wednesday, January 20, at 10 a.m. on his newest book, The Anatomy of Winning: How to REWIRE people to WIN.
Burt began coaching at the age of 15 as a junior pro basketball assistant. At 18, Burt won his first of many championships, leading Woodbury Grammar School to a 31-5 record and won the Class A state championship.
Cannon County Schools will be open and running on time Thursday, January 14th, 2010. Bus drivers please use discretion. Barbara Parker,Director of Schools
The Cannon County Sheriff’s Department worked a variety of cases during the past week, including one involving a dispute between a tenant and landlord that led to assault charges.
Town of Woodbury Public Works Director Alan Paschal advises that Water Street will be closed to through traffic today while construction work is being done around the Cannon County Courthouse.
Police Department also investigates theft of tools from home on Alexander Drive.