2013 News Archives

  • Man Picks Up 8th DUI Charge While At Sherriff’s Office

    A Cannon County man coming to the Sheriff’s Department to retrieve his gun after being arrested on a domestic assault charge, got an extended stay after being arrested for DUI and driving on a revoked when Sheriff’s Deputies investigated how he arrived at the Sheriff’s office in the first place.  According to Sheriff’s Department reports.  … Read more

  • Lionettes Win 5th Place Game In D.C. Tourney

    The Cannon County Lionettes experienced it all this weekend at the Bulldog Bash Basketball Tournament in Chantilly Virginia at Chantilly High School.  After a first round defeat, the Lionettes came back and blew out Woodridge High School in the second round.  The Lionettes advanced to a fifth place game Monday against Roland Park Lady Country … Read more

  • Grandmother Alerts Deputies Of Granddaughter’s Suspended License

    A Cannon County woman recently learned that if you are going to drive your child to school  under the influence of medication, it’s best not to let relatives know.  Recently according to Sheriff’s Department reports Amy Elizabeth Brawner called the Westside school to let officials know she was bringing her child to school and that … Read more

  • Lions Win 3rd Place, Lionettes Participate In 5th Place Game Monday

    The Cannon County Lions Boys Basketball team took third place over the weekend at the Sonic Shootout in Sparta at White County High School.  After dropping a game to the eventual tournament champion Riverdale Warriors, the Lions drew the Glencliff Colts out of Nashville.  Glencliff led most of the game Saturday night, but Cannon grabbed … Read more

  • News From Cannon Libraries

    Please join us in extending our sympathies to the family of Chuck Ott, who passed away Christmas Day due to complications from ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease.  Chuck’s wife, Angie Ott, is our Library Board Chair, and also serves on the Board of Directors of the Dr. and Mrs. J.F. Adams Memorial Library Association.  Both Angie … Read more

  • Correction, Republican Party Meeting, Amateur Radio Club Meeting

    Due to a mistake School Board district 4 was listed as being up for the 2014 Election.  This is incorrect and it is not available until 2016.  Sorry for any misunderstandings. The DeKalb/Cannon County Amateur Radio Club is sponsoring an Amateur Radio Exam Session on Saturday, January 4th, 2013 – 1:00 PM (Walk-ins are allowed) … Read more

  • Register For Alive Hospice’s Support Group

    – Support is available for adults grieving the losses of loved ones in Rutherford County. Alive Hospice’s Murfreesboro grief support group will begin meeting in January, and registration will continue until Jan. 3 or until the group is full.Call 615-346-8680 to register and for more information, including a detailed schedule and the location of group … Read more

  • Succeed In Your Resolve To Quit Smoking In 2014

    Quitting smoking is a popular New Year’s resolution each year, but how many people actually quit? Six out of 10 smokers require multiple quit attempts to stop smoking, according to the American Lung Association, but planning ahead can greatly improve a person’s likelihood of quitting for good. The Tennessee Department of Health encourages tobacco users … Read more

  • Hardwood Checkoff Proposal

     “Beef: It’s what’s for dinner” and “Got milk?” are familiar phrases to most of us. In the future, catchy phrases promoting hardwood products might be just as well known.The United States Department of Agriculture has published a proposal for a Hardwood Lumber and Hardwood Plywood Promotion, Research and Information Order. This proposal would establish a … Read more

  • Tennessee Highway Patrol To Conduct No Refusal Enforcement

    Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) Colonel Tracy Trott today announced plans for a “No Refusal” enforcement campaign during the New Year’s Eve holiday period. This special enforcement will begin at 6 p.m. on Monday, December 30 and conclude at 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, January 1, 2014.  The “No Refusal” enforcement will be conducted in one county … Read more