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Charlie Daniels adds 3 Doors Down to Jam line-up (651 Views)
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Register of Deeds reports land transfers (231 Views)
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July land sales reported by Sandy Hollandsworth (141 Views)
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Post 279 sponsoring new Boy Scout troop (120 Views)
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Charlie Daniels honored at MTSU (118 Views)
Auburntown City Council Minutes (117 Views)
Head Start recruiting youngsters (116 Views)
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 CoordinatorEva 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.
School walking clubs (116 Views)
Cannon Blast (116 Views)
Summer meals program kicks off (115 Views)
Time for school vaccinations (114 Views)
MTE announces scholarship winners (114 Views)
New vessels, old spirits (113 Views)
Annual Daniel Reunion (112 Views)
The Cannon Blast 8-9-2016 (112 Views)
Bloodmobile visit set September 15 (112 Views)
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From Memphis to Vegas (108 Views)
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Westside School intros 'Buddy Time' (106 Views)
The Cannon Blast (106 Views)
State Fair looks for best apple pie (105 Views)
Seniors to get improved health care (104 Views)
Home School Notice (104 Views)
Auburntown City Council (103 Views)
Notice of home school (103 Views)
Tickets available for EmiSunshine (103 Views)
WGU offering scholarships (103 Views)
A reason to celebrate (103 Views)
Benefit auction (102 Views)
Saint Thomas provides senior care (102 Views)
Cannon County Farmers Market (101 Views)
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MTSU recognizes Charle Daniels contributions (98 Views)
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Cannon wins food, shelter grant (97 Views)
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Emily Nave attends leadership forum (95 Views)
Teen driver safety pushed (95 Views)
Woodbury picked for downtown program (94 Views)
Register on-line for State Fair (93 Views)
Statewide July events (93 Views)
Chronic migraines helped by chiropracty (92 Views)
White County quarantined for ash borer (92 Views)
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Free workshop on TN folk traditions (86 Views)
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Grilling safety urged (84 Views)
Nichols family reunion (84 Views)

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