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5 things to know if you can’t find baby formula

DENVER (KDVR) – Supply chain issues, combined with a recent safety recall, have left many pharmacies and store shelves without baby formula. As parents struggle to figure out what to do, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services launched a fact sheet to provide resources to families who are looking for formula.
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OBITUARY: Virginia Pickard Lynn

Mrs. Virginia Pickard Lynn of Pegram, Tennessee passed away on Wednesday, May 11, 2022, she was 87 years old. Born in Humphreys County in the old log house on Hurricane Creek. She was the daughter of the late George Cleveland and Lucille Stringer Pickard and was preceded in death by her husband, Luther Lee Lynn; […] The post OBITUARY: Virginia Pickard Lynn appeared first on Cheatham County Source.
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OBITUARY: Bradley Michael Toews

Bradley Michael Toews, age 22 of Kingston Springs, TN Moved into the Arms of Jesus on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 in Nashville, TN. He was born on January 26, 2000, in Clovis, California. Bradley loved spending time with his family and friends and the outdoors, going fishing, and camping, he was also an avid car […] The post OBITUARY: Bradley Michael Toews appeared first on Cheatham County Source.
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Vera Gibson

Vera M. Gibson, age 71, of Slayden, TN gained her Angel wings on, May 11, 2022, surrounded by her family. The Memorial Service will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 17, 2022, at McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home with Rev. Kevin Miner and Rev. David Mackens officiating. The family will...
SLAYDEN, TN
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TDCJ searching for escaped inmate in Leon County

The Texas Department of Criminal Justice posted photos and videos Sunday of law enforcement on horseback searching for Gonzalo Lopez near Centerville in Leon County. Lopez broke out of prison Friday and is wanted on capital murder charges.
CENTERVILLE, TN
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O'Charley's delivers free meals to Dickson firefighters

O’Charley’s recently celebrated International Firefighters Day by serving free meals to the Dickson Fire Department. The celebration is part of O’Charley’s larger “Hometown Heroes” campaign, which honors those heroes in our communities who work tirelessly to keep us all safe. As part of “Hometown Heroes,” O’Charley’s team members have delivered thousands of free meals to first responders, healthcare workers and other deserving heroes over the years.
DICKSON, TN
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Dickson Medical Associates adds new orthopedic surgeon

Dickson Medical Associates is proud to welcome Anthony Tropeano, M.D., as a new orthopedic surgeon to its practice. Dr. Tropeano’s clinic is located at 127 Crestview Park Drive, Suite 206, Dickson. Dr. Tropeano is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who specializes in arthroscopy and reconstruction of the hip, shoulder, knee...
DICKSON, TN

OBITUARY: Jessica Lea Ford

Ms. Jessica Lea Ford of Ashland City, Tennessee passed away on Thursday, May 12, 2022, she was 32 years old. Jessica was born in Nashville, TN on August 8, 1989 to Jeffrey Ford and Judy Lashbrook She is survived by her parents, Jeffrey Ford ( Tracy of Nashville, TN; mother Judy Lashbrook of Ashland City, […] The post OBITUARY: Jessica Lea Ford appeared first on Cheatham County Source.
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Charlotte vs. Dickson? The debate went on for decades

In the 1920s, the question about the courthouse remaining in Charlotte or being moved to Dickson became a hot topic once again. On July 23, 1885, Conrad Berringer sold the land in downtown Dickson that the War Memorial Building sits on today to the Dickson Court. It was first used as a community park, but eventually became home to the Dickson Courthouse back when the county had two courthouses.
DICKSON, TN
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Howard, Church, Ferrell receive Paul and Martha Meek Leadership Award at UT Martin

Treasure Howard, of Murfreesboro, Sidney Church, of Santa Fe, and Mason Ferrell, of Pegram, received the Paul and Martha Meek Leadership Award during the University of Tennessee at Martin spring 2022 commencement Saturday, May 7. The Paul and Martha Meek Leadership Award is presented to graduating seniors who demonstrate outstanding campus and community service during their time at UT Martin.
MARTIN, TN
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