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Teacher facing drug charges Teacher facing drug charges

A Covington High School science teacher is off the job and facing felony drug charges after an arrest last week.

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Solar farm proposal headed for board of zoning appeals

Plans for a trip back to the planning commission to discuss a proposed solar farm have changed, city officials said this week.


Local News

Squarecrows are back on the square

Squarecrows are back on the square

It's that time of year again, the time when temperatures are cooler, leaves begin changing and funny creatures begin popping up around Covington's court square.


Huffman receives REDI award


Editorial: Our goal is to make a positive difference

October is National Newspaper Month and while this may not be the kind of news that makes you break into a happy dance, it's a special time for us for a number of reasons we think you will appreciate.


Letter to the editor

Southern Raisin': A sure fire way to find out


Ed Moss named top fireman by Exchange Club

Ed Moss named top fireman by Exchange Club

Covington firefighter Ed Moss, center, was recently named the Fireman of the Year by the Covington Exchange Club. The award was based on voting by his co-workers. Pictured with Moss are, from left, Drew Moss, son; Michelle Moss, wife; Bailey Moss, daughter; Michael Naifeh, fire chief; Justin Hanson, Covington mayor; and Glenn Travis, captain. Courtesy photo


Community Events

Henderson, Black speak to Lions


Mt. Carmel-Clopton

Old time notes


Cougars rally past Kirby, remain undefeated

Cougars rally past Kirby, remain undefeated

The Cougars answered with two straight touchdown drives and Dalton McCann made a 28-yard field goal midway through the fourth quarter as Munford remained undefeated with a 17-6 win.


Covington continues region dominance with win over Hamilton

Brighton's Aubree Jones takes second at state

Brighton, Covington plays soccer game for breast cancer awareness

It's a great time to be a Tipton County football fan

Cougars blow past Bolton in second half


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