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Class of 2015 graduates Class of 2015 graduates

Two Covington seniors pose in the library before graduation Monday night. Commencement ceremonies for CHS and Munford High School had to be moved inside due to weather and it was reportedly the first time Munford's graduation had been rained out in 30 years. The Leader will publish a magazine featuring the Class of 2015 on June 4. Photo courtesy Covington High School

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  • Class of 2015 graduates Class of 2015 graduates

    Two Covington seniors pose in the library before graduation Monday night. Commencement ceremonies for CHS and Munford High School had to be moved inside due to weather and it was reportedly the first time Munford's graduation had been rained out in 30 years. The Leader will publish a magazine featuring the Class of 2015 on June 4. Photo courtesy Covington High School

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Taxes, utility rate increases proposed

Mason residents were put on notice last week that their taxes and utility rates are expected to be on the rise in the coming year. Just how much of an increase is being considered, though, is still up in the air.

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Local News

CPA on her way out, former mayor Gordon on the way in

At the town's regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen last week, it was announced former Covington mayor David Gordon would soon come aboard and fired-then-rehired officer Dawn Wright was the new acting police chief.

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Gangster convicted in 2009 Jefferson murder

Washam becomes alderman, Crocker becomes mayor

Opinion

Act would help special education students

In action last week, the Senate and House of Representatives passed the Individualized Education Act giving new hope to special needs students across the Volunteer State, one in three of whom currently do not graduate from high school.

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An ode to the great Ben Cauley

Southern' Raisin': I'm crying all over you

Sports

Caleb Craig signs with Southwest

Caleb Craig signs with Southwest

Craig, an outfielder who hit. 270 last season with eight doubles to help Munford to the region tournament for the first time in six years, attended a private work out for Southwest coach George Sykes a few weeks ago.

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Charlie Moss headed to Costa Rica for volleyball

Covington relay team takes second at state meet

Covington relay team takes second at state meet

Kent, Williams sign with LeMoyne-Owen

Munford United takes second

 

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