This year, the theme of the children's parade at the annual Heritage Day with Arts and Crafts festival will be Old MacDonald Had a Farm, the Covington-Tipton County Chamber of Commerce announced last week.
A Garland 14-year-old spends at week touring TVA facilities as part of his Make-A-Wish trip.
Answering The Leader's request for photos of local high school football fans in the stands Friday night, Gianna DeLuco sent in a photo from the Brighton student section at the game against Dyer Co.
The Town of Brighton will celebrate 102 years of Tipton County incorporation with its second annual Founder's Day.
The Tipton County Legislative Body passed a 2015 fiscal year budget on Aug. 17 that keeps the property tax rate the same as last year and gives a three percent raise to county employees.
Do Covington's zoning ordinances permit the collection of solar power for distribution? And is the distribution of solar power collected just east of the city limits necessary? Those are the questions being asked about the proposed Town Creek Solar Farm project this week as the city's planning commission tabled the approval of site plans Tuesday afternoon.
Laura Ashley Giles is to marry Jason Allen Ridinger on Sept. 26. The ceremony and reception will take place at The Milky Way Farm in Pulaski, Tenn.
Dyersburg State Community College named Billy Daugherty of Brighton, chief deputy of the Tipton County Sheriff's Office, as an Outstanding Alumnus at the college's annual Fall Update event for faculty and staff on Friday, August 21.
A reception will be held for artist Floyd Speck on Tuesday, Dyersburg State Community College and the Tipton Arts Council have announced.
Feb. 1864: Federal offensive in Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia (continued)
Senate education committee Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) recently hosted a roundtable at Motlow State Community College in Tullahoma, Tenn., with area college presidents, students, student affairs and financial aid advisors, and high school guidance counselors to discuss his plan to simplify the FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid, that 430,000 Tennessee families fill out each year.
After Daddy had scouted around and located what he hoped would be a good place to live in Rosemark is when the fun began.
Lorie Campbell-Nowlin, right, a blood donor advocate, was a recent guest speaker at the Covington Rotary Club lunch meeting. She presented an informative program with handouts that were available to members and guests about the Lifeblood donor program and the need for donors. Rotarian Cristi Hill, left, was the program chair. For more information about becoming a donr, contact Campbell-Nowlin at 901-485-4180. Photo courtesy Glenn Baker
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