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The Board of Directors of the Cannon County 9-1-1 Emergency Communications District will meet in session at 6:30 p.m. on February 9th in the Stones River Hospital Conference Room on Doolittle Road in Woodbury.
An investigation by the Cannon County Sheriff’s Department has led to the arrest of a local man and the recovery of several pieces of stolen property.
CARTHAGE — For the second time this season, Cannon County's basketball teams recorded a sweep of Smith County Tuesday night.
Cannon County Schools will be closed Wednesday, February 3rd 2010. Barbara Parker, Director
On Thursday, February 11th at noon, Dr. Jeffery Webber will present information on Heart Health at the Cannon County Senior Center. Those who attend will enjoy heart cookies and red punch compliments of the hospital. Dr. Webber, a Cardiologist with the Specialty Clinic at Stones River Hospital, will discuss Heart Disease, symptoms of a heart attack or stroke, as well as things that can be done to keep your heart healthy.
Elleana Sissom, number 25, navigates the Lady Cubs' defense.
The Cannon County Elementary Basketball Tournament began Tuesday night with four games at Woodbury Grammar School.
Prospective candidates for elected office in Cannon County are not only getting signatures for their qualifying petitions, they are also increasing the number of voters.
The Auburntown City Council met Tuesday for their regular monthly meeting. The Mayor and all councilmen were present for the meeting except Rita Davis, Treasurer and Winfred Gaither, City Recorder.
Judge Susan Melton presided over Cannon County General Sessions Court on Tuesday. Some of the results from the various cases which appeared on the docket included:
Woodbury's Board of Mayor and Aldermen received a report of an exciting addition to the Woodbury Fire Department Tuesday night during its regular monthly meeting.