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FDIC closes Trust Company Bank
FDIC closes Trust Company Bank

Becoming the FDIC's second bank failure of 2016, Trust Company Bank was closed Friday by the Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions.

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 Local agencies to participate in drug take-back event
Local agencies to participate in drug take-back event

The Tipton County Sheriff's Office, along with other Tipton County law enforcement agencies will be participating in the DEA's eleventh National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day which is slated for Saturday, April 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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CHS softball players catching heat over gang signs
CHS softball players catching heat over gang signs

Members of the Covington High School softball team may be facing discipline after posing for a photo flashing gang signs this week.

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Clean Up/Fix Up Covington postponed
Clean Up/Fix Up Covington postponed

Due to the likelihood of rain Saturday, the Walk Across Covington event has been postponed, said mayor Justin Hanson.

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TNReady canceled for grades three through eight
TNReady canceled for grades three through eight

State suspends testing due to vendor's inability to deliver materials

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Arrest made in weekend shooting
Arrest made in weekend shooting

An Atoka man was arrested Wednesday and charged with a weekend shooting that left a Brighton woman injured.

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April Veteran of the Month says 'War is hell'
April Veteran of the Month says 'War is hell'

Tipton County native James Noah Craig was recently recognized as the April honoree for the Veteran of the Month program.

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Daugherty named Jail Administrator of the Year
Daugherty named Jail Administrator of the Year

Tipton County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Billy Daugherty was recently named Jail Administrator of the Year for Category B facilities by the Tennessee Corrections Institute.

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Groundbreaking set for new utility project

A plan that started moving forward about a year ago will get going in earnest today when ground is broken on a project that will increase natural gas distribution capacity in South Tipton County.

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Police K-9 Justice retires, celebrates with party
Police K-9 Justice retires, celebrates with party

Justice, an Atoka K-9 officer, retired recently after nine years of service. The officer's retirement was met with a party thrown by Munford Animal Hospital.

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Arboretum opens at Drummonds Park
Arboretum opens at Drummonds Park

The Arboretum at Drummonds Park officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday morning.

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Let's play the tree identification game

There are two trees, that at first, look very much alike.

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First birthday party
First birthday party

Hudson Cruz Harris of Brighton recently celebrated his first birthday. His the son of Tony and Jessica Harris and the grandson of Gene and Kelly Clements and Tony and Lisa Harris.

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Community Events

What's going on in Tipton County

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Mt. Carmel

Community newsletter

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The Civil War and Tipton County

Forrest's Occupation of West Tennessee
April 1864: Post Script

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Flashback
Flashback

Leader files, April 24, 1996

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Old Time Notes

Headlines from five, 10, 15 and 20 years ago

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Alexander: Don't cut funding to Tennessee National Guard

It's hard to think of a finer group of Americans than the Tennessee National Guard. It's a group that has demonstrated tremendous courage and made great sacrifices in defense of our country.

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Southern Raisin': Did you ever have it, too?

How many times have you just sat and wondered how is it that I'm still in one piece?

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This Week's Classifieds
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Soccer roundup: Munford beats Dyer County; Brighton still in the hunt
Soccer roundup: Munford beats Dyer County; Brighton still in the hunt

Despite beating Dyer County 4-2 at home Tuesday afternoon, Munford's players and coaches were not pleased.

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Covington soccer team coming down the home stretch

Covington soccer had a rough week heading into the regular season home stretch run, dropping three consecutive matches to fall to 8-4 (2-3 District 15-AA).

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Covington baseball clinches District 15-AA title

With their school closing for good at the end of the school year, the Jackson Central-Merry Cougars are playing out the string. The Chargers rolled to a pair of lopsided, three-inning, run-rule district wins last Wednesday.

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