Middle and Tech Close for Storm

Cannon County Sheriff Darrell Young is asking everyone not to be out on the roads if you don’t have to. These roads are bad and are going to get worse. The response time will be slow with ice on roadways.

Cannon County Emergency Management Agency Director Roy Sullivan reports, TDOT is doing a great job of getting the main hwy ways cleared and the hills in and out of Woodbury passable but the side roads are getting covered in ice and now sleet. Ice is continuing to build up on trees and buildings.

With the President’s Day holiday, some businesses will be closed.  Today is a holiday for Cannon County Schools.

Middle Tennessee State University will be closed today, because of inclement weather. All classes — in person and online — are canceled.

The only exception will be for operations essential to public safety and service to on-campus residents. Employees who provide essential services should contact their supervisors if they feel conditions are too hazardous for them to travel. 

Due to the dangerous weather conditions in our area and the potential for power outages, all classes at Tennessee Tech are canceled and all university offices will be closed on Monday, Feb. 15. Classes will be canceled instead of moving to online because of the predicted power disruptions. Updates will be posted on www.tntech.edu and on Tech social media accounts, and emails will be sent to the campus community. Those updates will include essential services available on campus.  

All retail dining locations will be closed tomorrow. The cafeteria will be open with reduced hours serving brunch and dinner between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.