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The Franklin County A.M. Rotary Club will hold a free pancake breakfast for the community Saturday beginning at 7:30 a.m. at San Miguel’s Restaurant on the square in Winchester. The breakfast is open to the public. The event coincides with the arrival of Santa Claus at 10 a.m. in downtown Winchester. The breakfast will include pancakes, butter, syrup, sausage, and all the trimmings, with milk, juice, and coffee. Gayle Heywood,
Teacher says air quality tests performed in the aren’t accurate enough STAFF WRITER deidre ortiz Louise Crowell, art teacher at Clark Memorial, appeared before the Franklin County School Board last week to share her concerns about mold inside the school and how it’s affecting teachers and students’ health. Crowell said though she knows air quality tests have been performed at the schools, she doesn’t think they’ve been very
Those suffering from addiction are invited to attend the Celebrate Recovery program being held weekly on Tuesday nights at the Abundant Life Church on Cowan Highway. The program is a 12-step program that is faith-based. Its mission is to help people recover from addictions, which can be other than addiction to alcohol and drugs. For more information about the program call 967-7825.
Southern Tennessee Medical Center/Emerald-Hodgson Hospital welcome Dr. Raymond Capps. Dr. Capps’ practice, Southern Tennessee Neurology, is located at 1383 South College St., Suite 2, Winchester. He started seeing patients in his office on Nov. 4. Dr. Capps is a graduate of The University of Missouri and he completed his residency at The University of North Carolina. He is board certified in psychiatry and neurology and completed his fellowship in