News Archives 2012

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Concerned Citizens Concerned About Addiction Recovery Center

A concerned citizens group has formed to inform people about a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center that has bought property in Woodbury.  Spring2 Life Christian Addiction Recovery Center based out of Murfreesboro, purchased a home located at 3180 Hill Creek Road in Woodbury.  The house sits on 8 acres and has 100 acres behind it.  ... Read more

Tennessee Career Coach Coming To Library In January

The Tennessee Career Coach will make its way back to the Adams Memorial Library Thursday January 5th. The mobile unit allows job applicants to register for work and search available opening online.  There are also three workshops offered during the visit resume preparation, job search skills and interviewing skills. The mobile unit is set up ... Read more

United Way Helps Non Profits Through Community Grant

The United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties have announced that it will provide an opportunity for local non profit agencies to receive up to $5,000 through its Community Investment Grant program. The purpose of the Community Investment Grant program is to provide assistance to those 501(c)3 agencies who are not partner agency applicants. These ... Read more

Cannon Girls Headed To Championship Of Trousdale County Tourney

Things are starting to click for the young Cannon County Lions basketball team.  After losing grasp of the controls in the past two basketball games, the Lions were able to come out strong Thursday afternoon and open the semifinal contest of the Trousdale County Holiday Classic in Hartsville against Merrol Hyde with a 25-16 first ... Read more

Libraries Extend Book Sale

The Friends of the Library have decided to continue their extreme sale prices on used books into the New Year.  The bargains will continue for an undisclosed length of time.  The Friends Of The Library encourage consumers to come and shop the great selection of materials.  Remember that illustrations from old and outdated books can ... Read more

First Nominating Petitions Issued January 6th

The Cannon County Election Commission notes that first day nominating petitions that the August County General Election may be issued will be Friday January 6th 2012.  The nominating petitions are for those wishing to run for School Board in districts 1, 3 and 4.  The petition are required to be filed in the election office ... Read more

Bicyclist Hit In Murfreesboro Has Cannon County Connection

The names have been released in connection with the bicyclist that was struck in Murfreesboro Wednesday night at the intersection of NW Broad Street and West Main Street. According to the Murfreesboro Police Department Fatal Accident Crash Team investigators believe a 2005 silver Honda Accord with Cannon County License tags driven by 31 year ... Read more

CCHS Amateur Radio Club Receives Donation from Middle Tennessee Natural Gas

The Cannon County High School Amateur Radio Club recently received a $500.00 donation from Project: Hometown Help – Middle Tennessee Natural Gas Utility District.  The Cannon County High School Amateur Radio Club submitted an application and was accepted to receive $500.00 for amateur radio equipment to be purchased to use at the school.  The CCHS ... Read more

Tennesseans Reminded To Submit Applications

Tennessee Energy Efficiency Appliance Rebates are still available for qualifying Energy Star® room air conditioners, central air conditioners, air source heat pumps and gas furnaces, but time is quickly running out. All applications must be postmarked by Jan. 14, 2012. Appliances purchased since April 22, 2010 are eligible for a rebate debit card on a ... Read more

Lionettes Capture Trophy At Trousdale County Tourney

The Cannon County Lionettes brought home one of many hopeful championship trophies Friday night at the Trousdale County Holiday Tournament in Hartsville.  The Championship game featured a matchup of two District 8-AA teams in Cannon County and Smith County.  The Lady Owls challenged the Lionettes through three quarters before Cannon County distanced themselves in the ... Read more