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Showing 14 articles from December 8, 2010.

Climate Scientist Warns Of Possible Widespread Suffering Coming
Depressed Smokers Less Likely To Stay Tobacco Free
Good Grades In High School Lead To Better Health
Grateful To Loux Investigations And Cannon Co. Domestic Violence Task Force
My deepest appreciation for Loux Investigations in association with the Domestic Violence Task Force of Cannon County.
Heat Injury Rates On The Rise
Hoskins Nets 38 As East Side Tops Woodbury Grammar
East Side eighth-grader Jake Hoskins stumbled into it with a career-high 38 points to lead his team to a 57-34 win against Woodbury Grammar in the quarterfinals of the 2010 Cannon County Cancer Tournament at WGS Tuesday.
Hospital Admissions For Dog Bites Increased 86 Percent Over 16-Year Period
Joe Y. Nichols
Mr. Joe Y. Nichols, 84, of Woodbury died Dec. 8, 2010. He was born July 28, 1926 in Cannon County. He is preceded in death by his parents, William Noel Nichols, Sr. and Mattie Jane (Webb) Nichols.
Julia "June" (Dillon) Muszynski
Mrs. Julia "June" (Dillon) Muszynski, 79, formerly of Woodbury died Dec. 8, 2010 in Dunnellon, FL. She was born January 9, 1931 in Cannon County.
Kids Who Are Sick Have Fewer Friends
Lady Cubs Advance With Win Over Short Mountain
Woodbury Grammar's girls basketball team enjoyed a three-for-one special during the opening round of the 2010 Cannon County Cancer Tournament Tuesday afternoon.
Middle Tennessee Natural Gas Donates To SAVE
Cannon County SAVE would like to thank Middle Tennessee Natural Gas.
No Veterans, American Legion Post #279 Meetings This Month
There will be no meeting for the month of December for the American Legion Post #279.
UCHRA Serves 4,044 Individuals In Cannon County
COOKEVILLE — “During the past year, Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency’s Cannon County Office has provided services to 4,044 individuals with $1,045,799 being spent in the County. The UCHRA programs addresses the needs of all ages and has a positive impact on the residents in Cannon County,” stated County Executive Mike Gannon.
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