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Cannon County Farmers Market

Home School Notice

The Cannon Blast

State Fair looks for best apple pie

Time for school vaccinations

Notice of home school

Free workshop on TN folk traditions

At the Library

Woodbury picked for downtown program

The Cannon Blast

DeKalb phone appoints Jim Vinson

Nick's High Pressure Washing joins Chamber

Tenth Class of 1970 - Larry Trail Memorial Scholarship Awarded

The Cannon Blast 7-6-2016

Statewide July events

Summer feeding site free for children

Register on-line for State Fair

Emily Nave attends leadership forum

Math scores slipping

Grant applications sought by Community Foundation

MTEMC linemen compete

Grilling safety urged

Summer meals program kicks off

A season in the Southwest exhibit

Summer reading continues at library

University news

First responders honored

School walking clubs

Pick Tennessee ads mobile ap

Chronic migraines helped by chiropracty

Woodland Honor Roll

Woodbury Grammar School Honor Roll

Chiropractor helps child's woes

Short Mtn School Safety Day

Increased chiropractic care for arthritis

'Big Payback' a success

Woodbury Police push seat belt law

Dr. Seuss at Arts Center

VITA has big impact on Cannon-Rutherford Counties

Commemorate flags now on sale

Changing of the Guard

MTSU honors Charlie Daniels

Chronic Ear Infections Resolved With Chiropractic According To Case Report

Rabies vaccinations crucial

Auburntown City Council

Woodland announces honor students

Young historians advance

Upper Back Pain And Numbness In Hands

Head Start recruiting youngsters

The Mid-Cumberland Head Start / Early Head Start Program is recruiting children for Fall classes. Children from birth to age four are age eligible; however, a child must not have turned five by August 15, 2016. Pregnant mothers are encouraged to apply. Children with special needs are also encouraged to apply. Any parent/ guardian who is interested in enrolling their special needs preschooler in the Head Start/ Early Head Start Program for the 2016-2017 school year is urged to contact:

Lori Reed, Family Service Coordinator
Eva Woodlee, Area Manager
(615) 563-5852
or come by 630 West Lehman Street in Woodbury

Special needs includes, but is not limited to, learning disabilities, speech and language, vision, or hearing impairment (including deafness and blindness), mental retardation, orthopedic problems, emotional disturbances, and other chronic health impairments such as severe asthma, leukemia, diabetes, epilepsy, and neurological disorders.

Helon Bush retiring


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