HATTIE LOUISE PITTARD CROUCH age 62 of Woodbury, TN, died Tuesday February 9, 2010. A native of Rutherford County, she was the daughter of the late Jimmy Edward and Hassie Beatrice Taylor Pittard.
The Stones River Relay on April 3 is a community event focused on getting people outside and onto the River. Beginning on Short Mountain – the highest point in Middle Tennessee – the Relay has three stages.
Thursday was arraignment day for those defendants indicted by the January, 2010 term of the Cannon County Grand Jury. Those defendants who were arraigned during the session included:
The 2010 Tar Wars winners for Cannon County are in. Tar Wars is a national anti-tobacco campaign sponsored by the American Academy of Family Physicians.
A group of students are learning at First Baptist Church Woodbury to put God first and wait for marriage before having sexual relationships.
In January FBC Pastor to Students Tony Burnett began teaching the True Love Waits course, a Lifeway Ministry program. Each Sunday night, approximately 18 youth ranging from 7th to 12th-grade gather in the basement of the First Baptist Church sanctuary to hear Burnett preach and discuss the importance of being chaste.
The Adams Memorial Library is now offering volunteer genealogical research help three times each week.
Judge Don Ash presided over Cannon County Circuit Court on Thursday. Some of the results from the various cases which appeared on the docket included:
The Woodbury Police Department recently cited three juveniles and arrested one adult in conjunction with recent burglaries in town.
Kathlynn Pastor of Schneider Electric addresses the Cannon County Board of Education Thursday night.
Fortunately for Steven Porter, and his music students, the Cannon County Board of Education does not penalize people for being tardy to its meetings.