Showing 9 articles from January 13, 2011.


Margaret Ann Williams
Mrs. Margaret Ann Williams age 94 of McMinnville, TN, (Daylight Community) died Wednesday, January 12, 2011.


Beavers, Weaver To File Tennessee Health Freedom Act
NASHVILLE — State Senator Mae Beavers (R-Mt. Juliet) and Representative Terri Lynn Weaver (R-Lancaster) announced today they will file legislation to protect the freedom of Tennessee patients to make their own health care choices, regardless of the federal action taken in Washington last year.
Bill Banning State Income Tax Filed
NASHVILLE – State Senator Brian Kelsey (R-Germantown) and Representative Glen Casada (R-College Grove) filed a “No State Income Tax” constitutional amendment in the legislature today.
Hoops Teams Will Face Rival DeKalb Friday
Cannon County's scheduled basketball games at rival DeKalb County will be played as scheduled Friday, according to school officials.
Middle School To Be Discussed At Public Forums
The Cannon County School System will hold a series of public forums concerning the possibility of a school for middle grades students, beginning Jan. 24.$element(poll,poll,46)$
Patrick, Gannon Express Goals For 2011
A new year has dawned in Cannon County, and both Woodbury Mayor Harold Patrick and County Executive Milke Gannon have a number of goals they would like to see accomplished before it's over.
State Tax Collections Again Exceed Budgeted Estimates
NASHVILLE – State tax collections exceeded budgeted estimates in December for the fourth consecutive month of this fiscal year.
Three Charged In Two Separate Crimes
Two people were arrested recently on charges of manufacturing meth and maintaining a dwelling for the purpose of manufacturing meth by the Cannon County Sheriff's Department.
Winter Wonderland At Brown-Spurlock Park
Winter Wonderland At Brown-Spurlock Park
Paula Todd submitted these pictures of kids having a good time in the snow at Woodbury's Brown-Spurlock Park. The four-plus inches of snow which fell Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday resulted in students having a full week vacation from school for the second straight year.
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