News Archives 2008

Football

Lionettes Get Revenge From Earlier Loss

The Cannon County Lionettes won their third consecutive basketball game Monday night as they got a little revenge on a two point loss to Warren County back in November with a 55-45 win over the Lady Pioneers in Woodbury.  Warren led most of the first half but after their main post player got in foul ... Read more

High School Hoops Tonight Hosting Warren County

For the first time this season, the Cannon County Lionettes and Lions will get the chance to see how much they have improved since the season began in the middle of November or how much they need to work on when Warren County comes to Woodbury for the final home game of the 2017 year.  ... Read more

Arrested For His Own Safety

A Cannon County man who has been arrested multiple times for his own safety has been arrested and charged again.  According to Cannon County Sheriff’s Department reports, Cannon County officials went out to a call about an intoxicated person destroying things in his house.  Once they got there, they found Randall smothermen sitting in his ... Read more

Lionettes Win Second Consecutive, Lions Lose By 10

The Cannon County Lionettes are now two games below .500 after the Lionettes played another solid game in winning their second in a row beating Central Magnet of Murfreesboro 50-26.  After a low scoring first quarter the Lionettes exploded in the second quarter as their defensive press was too much for Central to handle.  The ... Read more

Non-District Central Magnet Visits Woodbury For Hoops Tonight

High School Basketball tonight finds the Cannon County Lions with two more games before they take a short break for Christmas.  The Lions and Lionettes host Central Magnet a former District 8-AA member until this season.  The Lionettes are coming off a much needed District win against York while the Lions want to rebound from ... Read more

Elvis Comes To Woodbury This Weekend

The Arts Center of Cannon County presents Christmas with Elvis Saturday December 16th at 7:30 and Sunday December 17th at 2:30.  No individual entertainer in the history of music may have been more electrifying than the King of Rock ‘n Roll, the late Elvis Presley. And while there will never be another Elvis, his music ... Read more

Celebration Of New Job Leads To Domestic Assault Charges

A celebration of a new job quickly turned into an angry confrontation and a man was arrested and charged with domestic assault.  According to Cannon County Sheriff’s Department reports, officials responded to a domestic in progress call.  Upon arrival, officials made contact with the victims.  Victim explained that the family was celebrating a son getting ... Read more

National Missing Children’s Day Poster Contest

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is calling on all 5th graders, from across the state, to participate in 2018 National Missing Children’s Day poster contest! The annual contest, sponsored by the United States Department of Justice, strives to demonstrate America’s united effort to bring missing children home safely, while highlighting the importance of proactive education ... Read more

School Board Meets Tonight

The Cannon County Board of Education will meet tonight for their regular monthly meeting two weeks after a special called meeting that saw the removal of Cannon County Director of Schools Barbara Parker and the naming of Cannon County High School Government Teacher William Freddy Curtis as Interim.  Tonight on the agenda, the Board will ... Read more

Final Day For Early Voting In Special Election Today

Today is the last day for early voting in the Special Election for the Tennessee 17th District Senate Seat Primary between Republican Candidate Mark Pody and Democratic Candidate Mary Alice Carfie Early Voting takes place at the Cannon County Election Office 301 West Main Street in Woodbury.  Early voting hours today will be from 4 ... Read more