News Archives 2012

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Still Room For More Teams For Trivia Night Saturday

There’s still room for more teams for Saturday night’s Trivia Night at the Cannon County Senior Center.  Teams of up to six players per table will work together to answer ten questions ranging from national events, sports, agriculture, music, science,popular media and more. The event starts Saturday at 5:00 in the early evening with a ... Read more

Game Still On! Cannon vs Smith On As Scheduled

The Cannon County High School Basketball Teams travel to Carthage tonight for a pair of district contests.  In the first game of the evening the 9th ranked Cannon County Lionettes will attempt to put another loss on the record of the Smith County Lady Owls.  Smith County goes into the contest 11 and 8 and ... Read more

TSBA Resolutions Backed By Cannon County Board Of Education

The Cannon County Board Of Education Thursday night approved to support three resolutions by the Tennessee School Boards Association as the TSBA is gathering data from all school systems and asking all school boards for support.  Those resolutions include that the TSBA opposes any legislation to create a voucher program that would divert money intended ... Read more

Icy Cold Crow Report-No School In Cannon County Friday

School’s are closed due to weather in Cannon County Friday.  Also the Adams Memorial Library and Auburntown Libraries Will Be Closed.  This report is brought to you by Middle Tennessee Electric and Smith’s Automotive.  Keep checking back with us for more updates throughout the evening and Friday morning.

Cannon County General Sessions Court Results Tuesday January 10

Judge Susan Melton presided over General Sessions Court on Tuesday. Some of the results of the various cases that appeared on the docket included:Donna P. Armstrong pled guilty to leaving the scene of an accident. She was sentenced to 8 months 29 days in jail. Bobby J. Cobb agreed to the violation of probation. He ... Read more

MTEMC To Hand Out 10 Scholarships in 2012

Middle Tennessee Electric’s Operation Round Up program will fund 10 scholarships for $2,000 each to students in the cooperative’s service area again this year.  “We’re excited about the success of this program and look forward to seeing these funds put toward such a well-deserving cause again this year,” MTEMC Communications Coordinator Todd Palmer said. “The ... Read more

Cannon Farmers Eligible For Federal Farm Assistance

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam announced today U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack has designated 14 counties natural disasters for agriculture as a result of drought and excessive heat in 2011.Counties designated as primary natural disaster areas include Blount, Cumberland, Fayette, Fentress, Haywood, Loudon, McMinn, Macon, Meigs, Monroe, Morgan, Roane, Scott and Wilson. Haslam requested the ... Read more

Applications For Conservation Stewardship Program Deadline Draws Near

USDA’s National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) recently announced that the deadline for producer applications for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) will be January 13, 2012. While CSP is a continuous sign-up program and producers can apply to enroll at any time of the year, NRCS applies a cut-off date for applications to be considered during ... Read more

January 15th is Deadline For Forensic-Science Entries

Youngsters in grades seven through 12 will be able to present their original projects in forensic science at the inaugural MTSU Forensic Science Symposium, scheduled for May 12, 2012, in the Paul W. Martin Sr. Honors College Building.The Science fair, which is open to students in Tennessee and beyond, will showcase original research performed in ... Read more

Boyd Deering String Band At Arts Center Friday

The Boyd Deering String Band with Jim and Inge Wood will be in concert this Fridaynight, January 13th at The Arts Center. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the door or call 615-563-2787 to make reservations. This special event is not a part of any Season Membership. We are excited to announce that ... Read more