Showing 6 articles from July 26, 2010.


Auburntown Shines During Red Apple Days
Auburntown Shines During Red Apple Days
Red apples, the start of the school year and Auburntown, Tennessee just seem to go together. Perhaps that is because the Auburntown Red Apple Days celebration has been held on the first Saturday of August for the past thirty-three years.
Couple Concerned Arsonist At Work In County; Reward Offered
A Cannon County couple who suffered not only a tremendous loss of property but also a "horrendous" personal scare during a July 9 suspected arson fire are hoping that someone will respond to the reward being offered for information about the person or persons responsible.
CURRENTLY CANNON: Early Voting Continues This Week
Events taking place in Cannon County this week include early voting for the August 5 County General Election and the kickoff of the new Agriculture Livestock Pavilion at Cannon County High School.
Party On The Square: Tradition Returns To Election Night
WBRY AM/FM and the Cannon Courier are sponsoring an election night party on the newly renovated Cannon County square.  The event starts at 7:00 p.m. on election night, August 5th, and runs until the votes are counted.
Short Mountain Distillery Reaches Petition Signature Goal
Cannon County residents helped us reach our petition signature goal at Saturday’s Celebration on the Square in Woodbury, TN. Hundreds of county residents weathered the brutal heat to celebrate the completion of renovations to the county’s historic courthouse.
VOP Cases Dominate General Sessions Docket
The following cases are on the Cannon County General Sessions Court docket of Judge Susan Melton set for Tuesday, July 27.
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