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Joe Fulcher commits to Vanderbilt baseball program
Joe Fulcher commits to Vanderbilt baseball program

Joe Fulcher verbally committed to Vanderbilt, a national powerhouse that won the national championship two seasons ago and finished second last season.

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Sports Happenings
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Mt. Carmel

I'm back! I spent a week in Florida with Elizabeth, Justin and Lyla.

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The Civil War and Tipton County

Abram Samuel Mitchell was born Dec. 1, 1820 in Davidson County, Tenn., a son of Robert Jones Mitchell and his wife, Martha Bishop.

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Almyra

July has certainly lived up to its reputation of having massive heat indexes . It is a healthy reason to stay indoors for the most part, if at all possible.

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Munford HOSA wins big at nationals
Munford HOSA wins big at nationals
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Deadline approaches for TN Promise service hours

Students participating in the Tennessee Promise scholarship program for the upcoming fall semester are reminded that they are required to obtain eight hours of community service prior to Aug. 1 in order to receive free tuition at Dyersburg State Community College.

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Rasco offering free hair cuts to children

Tipton County students will head back to school with confidence, thanks to the services of Rasco Radiant Academy.

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SRVS hosting community conversation

SRVS, the state's largest provider of services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and operator of the SRVS/Tipton County Enhanced Learning Center, will host a community conversation Aug. 20 to discuss employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

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Obituaries
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McCurdys celebrate 50th anniversary
McCurdys celebrate 50th anniversary

Henry and Alice McCurdy recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a trip to Corpus Christie, Texas to tour the USS Lexington, a Navy ship on which Henry served. Married July 16, 1965, the couple has three children (one deceased), four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Courtesy photos

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Exchange Club installs officers
Exchange Club installs officers

The 2015-16 Covington Exchange Club officers were recently installed by District 1 Director Pat Anderson, far left. Pictured, from left, are Bill Rice, treasurer; Jeff Ireland, past president; Jeff Phillips, president; Rick Peeler, president elect; and Nicole Caldwell, secretary. Photo courtesy Billy Kidd

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Community Events

What's going on in Tipton County

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Flashback
Flashback
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Old Time Notes

Headlines from five, 10, 15 and 20 years ago

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A tribute to the late Quincy Barlow

This is a tribute to my friend, my church member, my counselor, my county district representative and my "little brother."

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Piano moving the hard way

William Earl's daddy owned a shoe repair shop, the only one in town

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Southern Raisin': If it don't kill you, maybe it'll cure what ails you

Can you remember when there was a time country doctors made house calls?

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Covington Rotary Club installs officers, sets plans, goals
Covington Rotary Club installs officers, sets plans, goals

After the installation of officers ceremony, President Glenn Baker's presentation to the Covington Rotary Club addressed "Rotary Basic" and goals for the year in terms of membership responsibility, which include attendance, service and membership recruitment and retention.

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United Way, Wal-Mart begin 'Fill the Bus'

United Way of the Mid-South and Wal-Mart locations are asking citizens to assist children in need of school supplies with a busload of help in July and August during their "Fill The Bus" campaigns.

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New laws about beer, education take effect

One hundred eighty one is the number of new laws that took effect on July 1, 2015 in Tennessee.

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Rally planned for area's veterans

Veterans have a long-standing tradition of taking care "of their own," and a local chapter of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association (CVMA) has stepped up in a big way to do just that.

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Project 100 asks for $100 per veteran
Project 100 asks for $100 per veteran

Project 100 is a meaningful fundraiser for the West Tennessee Veterans Home that's near to the heart of its board president, Holly Swogger.

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