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No injuries in cotton picker fire No injuries in cotton picker fire

There were no injuries in a fire that destroyed a cotton picker Thursday afternoon, thanks to the quick thinking of its operator.

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No injuries in cotton picker fire

There were no injuries in a fire that destroyed a cotton picker Thursday afternoon, thanks to the quick thinking of its operator.

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Local News

School mourns loss of longtime teacher

In the past month, the CIAA family has grieved the loss of custodian Maurice Williams, former teacher Sonya Burnett (whose child still attends the school) and, this week, longtime educator Rhonda Claybrooks, who died Sunday.

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Cursive to be re-introduced in schools

Police: Man shot in head names suspect

Progress being made on safe room project

Opinion

Veterans Day Parade not covered well enough by us

Here at The Leader office, our goal has been to find solutions, not spend time focusing on our problems.

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Senators applaud passage of child care act

Southern Raisin': Self-educated smarts can come in handy

Sports

Covington Chargers drop a wild basketball game to Fayette-Ware

Friday's Fayette Ware-Covington tilt was a typical chippy, scrap-and-claw contest marked by high emotions, a raucous crowd and rough and tumble play that climaxed with an 85-76 Wildcat win.

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Brighton catcher Bentley Jones signs with UT-Martin

Munford hosting girls basketball tournament

Basketball roundup: Munford girls, Brighton boys pick up wins

Crestview girls improve to 3-1 with victory over Lauderdale

Lady Chargers defeat Fayette-Ware for first win

 

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