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Munford board discusses storage solutions

Changing one ordinance and passing a new one were among the topics discussed Monday night at the body's monthly meeting. The proposed new ordinance deals with regulating temporary storage units in residential areas.

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Opinion

Common Core rollout reflects poor messaging
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Letter to the editor
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Southern Raisin': You had better enjoy it
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Community

Local resident places in national art competition
Local resident places in national art competition
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Almyra
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Community Events
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Dunlap Retirement Center
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Elm Grove
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Flashback
Flashback
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Jamestown
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Maclin speaks to Exchange Club
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Master Beef Producer Program offered by UT-Extension
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Mt. Carmel-Clopton
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Muller hired as county director of UT-Extension
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SRVS - Tipton County
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TCAT hosting bio-diesel demonstration
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Thompson speaks to Rotary Club
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Tipton County and the Civil War
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Sports

Chargers challenge undefeated Haywood, but fall
Chargers challenge undefeated Haywood, but fall

The Covington boys dropped a close game to second-ranked Haywood, while the Covington girls won easily.

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J.R. Kirby hired as Munford's head football coach
J.R. Kirby hired as Munford's head football coach

A former Covington High School assistant, J.R. Kirby has been hired as Munford's head football coach. 

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Legendary college coach to speak in Covington

Ron Polk will speak at Diamond Club event.

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Education

100 days is cause for celebration
100 days is cause for celebration

Schools mark 100 day mileston

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100 days is cause for celebration
100 days is cause for celebration

Schools mark 100 day mileston

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Atoka Elementary honor roll
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BHS Parliamentary Procedure team finds success
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Drummonds Elementary honor roll
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DSCC holds nurse-pinning ceremony
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Kayla Morris wins contest
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Munford FCCLA raises money, supplies
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Wooly winner
Wooly winner

Beca Breckenridge, daughter of Ronnie and Debbie Breckenridge, placed first at the North American International Livestock Exposition, held in Louisville. This was the end of a great show season for Beca, who had many grand champion placings and was recognized for showmanship, as well as winning "wool and woolies" at numerous shows. Beca is a sophomore at BHS, where she is an active member of the FFA chapter. Courtesy photo.

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Top Stories

Covington police to use new supplying program

The Covington Police Department will soon begin using a federal surplus to its advantage.

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Fugitive potentially faces federal charges
Fugitive potentially faces federal charges

Fugitive found in Covington potentially faces federal charges after two weeks on the run.

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