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Cannon Schools Announces Student Meal Program

Cannon County Schools remain CLOSED through April 3rd, 2020 due to COVID-19 concerns.  A Nutrition Meal Program is being provided by the Cannon County Schools Nutrition Program which is offering FREE meals to all children 18 years of age and under.  All are eligible to receive meals, but MUST be present to get meals per Federal ... Read more

COVID-19 Unified Command Announced

Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee established the COVID-19 Unified Command, a joint effort to be led by Commissioner Stuart McWhorter, to streamline coordination across the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA), Tennessee Department of Health and Tennessee Department of Military. “The COVID-19 pandemic challenges every aspect of traditional government response in a crisis,” said Gov. Lee. ... Read more

TN Dept. of Human Services Moves to Appointment Only

The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is taking immediate steps to ensure access to critical services and benefits for customers while protecting the health of employees and the public in response to COVID-19. After a careful analysis of foot traffic and the health and safety guidelines for COVID-19 provided by the Centers for Disease ... Read more

Governor Signs Executive Order 17: Alternative Business Models

Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed Executive Order 17 calling for businesses across the state to utilize alternative business models beginning at midnight CDT on Monday, March 23, 2020 until midnight CDT April 6, 2020. The order also outlines ways businesses and citizens should work to protect vulnerable populations. “The COVID-19 pandemic has created both ... Read more

Tennessee Talent Exchange Takes On The Job Market

The state of Tennessee, in partnership with the Tennessee Grocer and Convenience Store Association, Tennessee Retail Association, and Hospitality TN, has formed the Tennessee Talent Exchange powered by Jobs4TN. The goal of the exchange is to quickly match Tennesseans who are out of work due to the COVID-19 health emergency with companies currently experiencing a ... Read more

Middle Tennessee Natural Gas Responds to COVID-19

The health and safety of our workforce and our customers is our top priority as the impact of the Covid-19 virus continues to be felt around the world. Middle Tennessee Natural Gas Utility District remains committed to providing highly responsive service to our customers. Safeguarding the health of our employees is the first step in ... Read more

Middle Tennessee Electric Announces COVID-19 Response

In keeping with federal calls for diligence toward mitigating the spread of the Coronavirus, Middle Tennessee Electric have closed their offices to walk-in traffic.   MTE CEO Chris Jones announced the decision, saying the utility will keep all drive-thrus open and that customers have a number of avenues to manage their accounts.   “Middle Tennessee ... Read more

Volunteer Spirit Alive in Cannon County for Bloodmobile

Tennessee Health Commissioner Dr. Lisa Piercey donated blood at the American Red Cross office in Nashville Friday.  The purpose was to direct attention to the urgent need for blood. The people of Cannon County demonstrated that concern on Thursday with their response to the bloodmobile visit.  The Woodbury Lions Club, sponsors of the visits, reports ... Read more

Sunday Programming

On Sundays WBRY has the following programs: Hillview Church of Christ 8:15am Pleasant Ridge Church of Christ 8:30am Woodbury Church of Christ 9:30am Woodbury First Baptist Church 10:35am Hillview Church of Christ 2:30pm As your local radio station we understand how important having our houses of worship on the air. A note to ministers who ... Read more

Thursday Announcements

As of today, we will list all schedule announcements and closings in one daily post. The post will be updated as new information arrives. The newest announcements will be listed at the top and earlier post will follow below. To have your information listed, send to askus@wbry.com or calendar@wbry.com DTC Communications Due to ongoing concerns ... Read more