Showing 6 articles from January 20, 2010.


Robert Clay Hollandsworth
Robert Clay Hollandsworth, 82, of Woodbury, died Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at Stones River Hospital following a short illness.
Stanley J. Yule
Stanley J. Yule of Grandview, Mo., passed away January 15, 2010, at his home surrounded by his family.


Deer Carcasses Dumped In Home Under Restoration
Sheriff's Deputies Also Deal With Drunks And Dogs
The Cannon County Sheriff's Department responded to calls in the past week ranging from deer carcasses being found in a home that was being restored to a stolen vehicle that was later found burned and a home burglary during which several valuable items were taken, but the suspect or suspects also left behind a piece of jewelry.
Girl Scout Cookies Make Community Service Sweet
Girl Scout Cookies Make Community Service Sweet
Girl Scouts are known for their service to the community and for selling delicious Girl Scout Cookies. Delicious as they may be, some of us are trying to steer clear of sugary treats. Where does that leave you?
Regions Accepting Donations For Red Cross Haiti Relief At All Branch Locations
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – In response to the great human need following the recent earthquake in Haiti, Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE: RF) will be accepting donations at all of its 1,900 bank branches to help those affected by this catastrophic natural disaster.
Webb Raises Nearly $7,000 For Haiti
The Webb School at Bell Buckle began raising funds for disaster relief in Haiti on Friday, Jan. 15, just three days after a devastating earthquake wracked the island country. To date the school has raised nearly $7,000; the funds will be contributed to The Red Cross’ efforts in Haiti.
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