Lula Forgey Smith, Laurie Yevette Batemen, Jean Cordle Wright, Lori Grimmig-Johnson, Don Armstrong and Fay Kindrick
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.
A Covington High School science teacher is off the job and facing felony drug charges after an arrest last week.
The Covington Exchange Club held its first Strut Your Mutt dog show Saturday morning at Brighton Middle School with 14 dogs competing for various titles.
Plans for a trip back to the planning commission to discuss a proposed solar farm have changed, city officials said this week.
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.
I can't say it was a lot fun or enjoyment. However, we had to do it if we wanted to eat and survive.
hank you for the coverage The Leader has given to Celebrate Munford for 32 years!
Mindy Henderson (second from left) and Emily Black (second from right) of Habitat for Humanity were recent guest speakers at the Covington Lions Club. The were introduced to the club by program chairperson Walter Black (right) and club president Charles Brasfield (left). Courtesy photo
The River City Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution took part in the Rosemark Country Fair last Saturday with a display on Constitution Week, Celebrate America, conservation, American heritage, Project Patriot, U.S. flag and genealogy.
As part of a Social Studies Extension program, Tipton Christian Academy students met with Tennessee House of Representatives Speaker Emeritus Jimmy Naifeh at Dyersburg State Community College Jimmy Naifeh Center in Covington.
We are trying very hard to get back on track with this news column. It's been a hectic go of it! However, here we are once again.
The Covington FFA agricultural sales team placed first in West Tennessee at Dyersburg High School on Oct. 3.
A unique educational program for boys and girls in elementary through high school, 4-H encourages youth to develop their skills and talents through participation in activities, events and projects that grow and strengthen life skills.
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
It's a cloudy Sunday afternoon. Tired of cloudy days! No rain since the 11 inches (ha!), which was supposed to read .11" (eleven hundredths), so September total ended up at 1.75".
Major Gen. N. B. Forrest had his troopers in motion by 4 a.m. on the 22nd.
Munford High School field commander Ruth Duncan and Brighton field commander Gabby Rapp led their respective bands to strong performances at last week's Gibson County Band Competition. Munford took first place and Brighton finished second. Courtesy photos
The Covington FFA had a strong showing at the 2015 Tennessee State Dairy Judging Championships held recently at the Tennessee State Fair.
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