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Limited Tickets Available For Saturday's Lion King Jr.

Friday, 24 February 2017

The Lion has roared at the Arts Center of Cannon County and performances are sold out.  The production of Disney's The Lion King Experience Jr.  which was scheduled to run for two consecutive Saturdays has announced a sold out show for this Saturday's 2:00 performance and the 2:00 performance on Saturday March 4th.  There are a limited number of tickets however for the production for tomorrow's show at 10 in the morning.  You can get your tickets at www.artscenterofcc.com or by calling 615-563-2787
 

Man Sells Someone Else's Car To Junkyard To Pay Friend's Bond

Friday, 24 February 2017

Cannon County Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched recently to talk to a woman about a car being sold to an Auto Salvage.  According to police reports, Ashley Morgan state that she left her vehicle with Justin Thomas to fix the transmission and during that time he was arrested.  She stated that she spoke to Marlin Prater about the vehicle and he advised her that he had sold the car to the Ivy Bluff Junkyard to get money for Mr. Thomas to make bond.  Deputies went to the Ivy Bluff Junkyard and got information about who sold them the vehicle,.  The vehicle had not been scrapped at tha time.  Deputies called Ms. Morgan to advise her that the vehicle was at the Junkyard, not scrapped and that in order for her to get the vehicle back she would either have to pay $327.00 or take Marlin Prater to court to show that she did not know about the vehicle being scrapped.  She said she did not want to press any charges against Thomas or Prater.

Guns and Medicine Turn Up Missing At Auburntown Residence

Friday, 24 February 2017

Another gun theft occurred in Cannon County this past week this one involved stolen guns from a man who just recently passed away.  According to Cannon County Sheriff's Department reports, deputies responded to a residence on West Main Street in Auburntown.  The victim advised the deputies that her father had just passed away earlier that evening and that there were multiple firearms missing but the victim only had a serial number for two of them.  She stated that she didn't know how many total were missing or what type, brands, or calibers they were.  In addition there were multiple bottles of prescription medication missing but were unaware of their names or the amount of each.  Serial numbers were recorded for the two handguns.  Further investigation is pending.

Farmers Time For An Important Survey

Friday, 24 February 2017

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service is contacting Tennessee farmers to gather land rental rate information for the Cash Rents and Leases survey. The results of this survey will serve as a valuable decision-making tool for farmers and can be used for 2018 rental agreement negotiations.
“This brief survey is our only source of collecting and publishing county cash rental rates,” said Debra Kenerson, Tennessee State Statistician. “By responding, producers ensure that they base their decisions on the most accurate data available.”
Farm Service Agency (FSA) uses cash rent county estimates to determine market-based rates in administering USDA programs, such as the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP).
    Other state and federal government agencies, universities, and research organizations use these data for other forms of economic analysis.
    The data provide farmers with current information about rental rates in their county and are available for their use in making decisions regarding renting and leasing farmland.
NASS will publish average cash rental rates at national, state and county levels for non-irrigated cropland, irrigated cropland, and pastureland Sept. 8, 2017.
More than 8,000 Tennessee farmers will receive the survey forms. NASS offers the option of responding online via a secure internet connection. In late March, NASS representatives will begin calling and visiting farmers who have not yet responded.
For more information about the Cash Rents and Leases survey, call Debra Kenerson at the NASS Tennessee Field Office on (615) 891-0903, or (800) 626-0987
 

Tribute Concert To Honor Area Music Impactor Sunday

Friday, 24 February 2017

The MTSU Concert Chorale and Middle Tennessee Choral Society will present "Our Love Is Here To Stay" in MTSU's Wright Music Building 1439 Faulkinberry Drive in Murfreesboro at 3pm on Sunday.  This is a special tribute honoring the late Nelda Pope who made a big impact on the arts and culture of Murfreesboro and greater Middle Tennessee.  Tickets for the performance are $15 for general admission $12.50 for senior citizens and $10 for children 12 years and younger.  Tickets are available to purchase online at www.mtchoralsociety.org and also available at the door one hour prior to the performanace.  For more MTSU School of Music concert information call 615-898-2493.
 

Pow Wow In Murfreesboro

Friday, 24 February 2017

The Native American Student Association presents the Indigenous People's Pow Wow going now through Sunday at the Middle Tennessee State University Livestock Center 1720 Greenland Drive in Murfreesboro.  Doors open at 9:00 with entertainment starting at 10.  Admission is $7 and veterans and military are admitted free.  Along with live entertainment, there will be a variety of vendors.  For more information call 615-705-8462.
 

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