Schools across the state have postponed TNReady testing due to a technical error with the state's server. Testing will resume via paper and pencil at a later date.
The Chocolate Tour is a Covington tradition. The fifth annual event will take place on Feb. 6, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the square.
Dr. L.C. Bierman, a man known for community service, optometry and politics, died Saturday. He was 87.
Congressman Stephen Fincher announced Monday he will no longer be representing Tennessee's 8th Congressional District.
Early voting for the primary election begins Wednesday in Tipton County and there will be an abnormally long ballot.
The Tipton County Jail expansion project began last July to ease overcrowding.
Cavat Bass does not like to make a big deal out of it because that's not his nature, but he has made history within the Covington Police Department during his 25 years on the job.
Top Ladies of Distinction, Incorporated, Tipton County Chapter, was chartered on Jan. 9 at the Hilton Memphis.
This past weekend, The Historic Ruffin Theater kicked off the 2016 series of plays with Timothy Mason's adaptation of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer."
Fred and LaForie Montgomery of Munford will celebrate 70 years of marriage on Feb. 3.
Kim Strickland, the new nurse manager for the Med/Surg and Labor and Delivery units at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Tipton, has a unique perspective on nursing.
From left, County Executive Jeff Huffman and 911 staff members Dana Smith and Roy Warmath pose with a new 911 map.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack yesterday announced the award of $30.1 million in competitive grants to fund 80 research projects to improve food safety, reduce antibiotic resistance in food, and increase the resilience of plants in the face of climate change
Crawford scored eight of her game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter to help the Lady Cougars beat the sixth-ranked team in the state 71-57.
Brighton made a late run against Dyer County Friday night at home, but the rally fell short and the Choctaws avenged a loss to the Cardinals with a 52-51 win.
Williams capitalized on that success Tuesday morning when he signed a baseball scholarship with the Dyersburg State Community College.
Lightning does strike twice and the Crestview Middle Lady Chargers proved it last week with a 41-33 conference final upset of the Brighton Middle Lady Cardinals.
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