Showing 7 articles from October 20, 2010.


Mamie Ruth Hollis Sweeney
Mamie Ruth Hollis Sweeney, 76, died Friday, Oct. 8, 2010, at Woodbury Health Care Center following an extended illness.


Bullies And Gangs: Are They Cannon County Concerns?
Concern has been raised this week by family, friends and citizens of Cannon County, speculating the death of a Cannon County youth may in some way be related to bullying and youth violence.
No License, But Man Keeps On Driving And Driving And Driving
A Woodbury man doesn't have a driver's license, but that didn't keep him from incurring three charges of operating a motor vehicle in the last week without one.
Pody Dogs Bone For 46th District House Seat
Pody Dogs Bone For 46th District House Seat
Political newcomer Mark Pody is hoping to ride the wave of general dissatisfaction among voters with incumbents to victory over veteran Tennessee legislator Stratton Bone in the Nov. 2 State General Election.
Shirley Borren Announced As Diane Black's Cannon County Campaign Chair
GALLATIN — Diane Black, congressional candidate for the 6th district, announced today that Shirley Borren – a lifelong resident of Cannon County and a mother of three – has joined her campaign as her Cannon County Chairman.
Steelman Advises Farmers To Make Drought Preparations
Bruce Steelman, Cannon County Extension Agent, is advising local farmers to make preparations in the event current drought conditions continue.
Suspicious Person Found In Possession Of Stolen Car
A report of a suspicious person at the Quick Shop Market on East Main St. recently led to the arrest of a Georgia man.
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