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Stark ranked among best in nation Stark ranked among best in nation

Back in 2010, Jonathan Stark was an under-six-feet sophomore point guard for Brighton High School. He was well-known in local basketball circles for sure, but not a lot of people would have predicted that four years later he'd be ranked as one of the top 26 college freshmen basketball players in the country.

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  • Stark ranked among best in nation Stark ranked among best in nation

    Back in 2010, Jonathan Stark was an under-six-feet sophomore point guard for Brighton High School. He was well-known in local basketball circles for sure, but not a lot of people would have predicted that four years later he'd be ranked as one of the top 26 college freshmen basketball players in the country.

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  • City officials make an effort to fight blight City officials make an effort to fight blight

    Often heralded for its historic beauty, Covington has its dilapidated side, too. At first glance they don't look so bad, just a few houses that need new paint and maybe a new roof, but a closer look reveals a bigger problem plaguing Covington: properties in such bad shape, they're at risk of being torn down by the city. 

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  • Chinese collaborative visits Munford Middle School Chinese collaborative visits Munford Middle School

    As part of the Tennessee-Shanghai Leadership Collaborative, Professor Li of the Institute of Schooling Reform and Development at East China Normal University visited Munford Middle School.

     
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Stark ranked among best in nation

Back in 2010, Jonathan Stark was an under-six-feet sophomore point guard for Brighton High School. He was well-known in local basketball circles for sure, but not a lot of people would have predicted that four years later he'd be ranked as one of the top 26 college freshmen basketball players in the country.

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County to seek financial relief for storm damage

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