Carl Witty, 75, of Murfreesboro passed away Sunday, August 8, 2010 at his residence.
The Cannon County Chamber of Commerce is planning a Banner Photo Contest in September to officially kick off the launch of the county's new Web site.
Information for this report was obtained by the Cannon Courier by searching public records at the Cannon County Register of Deeds Office.
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:
Just because Cannon County voters have elected their local representatives for the next four years doesn't mean that voting is over for the 2010 election season.
Experts offer special advice for parents and coaches involved in youth sports.
Tennessee Lions Charities, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) public benefit foundation organized for the purpose of collecting and distributing charitable funds for certain charitable projects of MD-12, such as Operation KidSight.
On July 15, 2010 Jimmy Alexander was the first person to sign-in to donate blood at the American Red Cross Blood Drive hosted by the Woodbury Lions Club. Co-Chairman Lion Carl Hirlston pins a 5 gallon donor pin on Jimmy after donating his 40th pint.
Few, is any, individuals in the history of Cannon County have invested more of their personal time and financial resources to support youth sports than Bill Parsley.
Tim Spry was recently named the 2000-2010 Woodbury Lion of the Decade. Bruce Steelman,
who is the 1999-2009 Lion of the Decade, presented the award. The awards night was July 26th at the Lions Memorial Building.
The members of the Lion of the Year committee have chosen Lion Sue Patrick as the 2009-2010 Lion of the Year.