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Almyra

Even at my age, memories do return! I had a phenomenal weekend at the Humes High School 50th class reunion this past weekend.

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Jamestown

Jeremiah and Cindy Burton's youngest daughter, Jessica, presented her son Wyatt for christening on Sunday, Sept 21.

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Flashback
Flashback

Two-year-old Keno Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bo Anderson of Covington, tries his hand at picking cotton.

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Eyes on the Prize: CHS explains strategy for success
Eyes on the Prize: CHS explains strategy for success

Earlier this month, for the third straight year, Covington High School was named a finalist for the state's SCORE Prize. Principal Marcus Heaston explains how the school has achieved continued success.

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Covington FFA competes in judging
Covington FFA competes in judging

The Covington FFA had an outstanding day at the Tennessee State Dairy Foods and Dairy Judging competitions on Sept. 8, in Nashville, as they competed in two competitions.

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The week's headlines...

A look back at the headlines from five, 10, 15 and 20 years ago.

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Cheer: Leading others by example
Cheer: Leading others by example

The middle school girls have just finished their cheer practice for the afternoon. They huddle together, on the floor of the classroom, eager to talk about what cheerleading means to them. This is a large group of girls, 22 made the team, out of the 85 who tried out.

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Southern France: Cancer takes many too young

These childhood cancer stories have been incredibly difficult to write. I must admit that there wasn't one time that I didn't tear up talking to the parents. I just can't even imagine.

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Southern Raisin': Saturday was a special day

Saturday was a special day for Rosemark rednecks.

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$2.5M available to feed hungry kids

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced on Monday that up to $2.5 million is available to establish the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Rural Child Poverty Nutrition Center

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Overton speaks to Lions
Overton speaks to Lions

Kerry Overton, center, of the Tipton County Commission of Aging was a recent guest speaker at the Covington Lions Club. She spoke about the services that are available to area senior citizens. Dianne Honeycutt, left, was the program chairman and Walter Black, right, is the club's vice president.

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Husband charged with first-degree murder of wife

This week, Dwight Alston became the second Drummonds man charged with killing his wife this year.

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Wildlife Chatter: Thermal imaging helps inventory deer population

In the summer of 2006, the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency began utilizing a relatively new and exciting technology that may have vast ramifications in the world of wildlife management.

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Covington freshmen football dominates Dyersburg

Soccer team wins, cross country competes well

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Rebels keep rolling with win over Macon Road

Tipton-Rosemark got a big night from Logan Stewart and A.J. Hightower Friday night at home and overwhelmed Macon Road 34-0 in a non-league game.

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Brighton girls golf team headed to state
Brighton girls golf team headed to state

A week after winning the District 13-AA tournament at Pickwick Landing Golf Course, the Lady Cardinals won the Region 7-AAA tourney last Monday with a score of 155 to punch their ticket to the Class AAA state tournament.

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Hardin County downs Brighton in league opener
Hardin County downs Brighton in league opener

Brighton had its chances Friday night at home against Hardin County in the District 13-AAA opener for both teams.
But some untimely penalties proved to be too much to overcome in a 21-7 Cardinal loss.

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Chargers drop district game to Haywood
Chargers drop district game to Haywood

Covington's third straight loss dropped the Chargers to 1-4 overall and 0-2 in the district.

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Munford defeats Dyer County, moves into first place
Munford defeats Dyer County, moves into first place

Friday's 24-7 homecoming win over Dyer County in the District 13-AAA opener probably changed a few people's minds.

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Web exclusive: A look at the playoff picture at the halfway mark

The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association released its playoff grid today.

With the season only halfway over, seeding playoff teams and deciding who's in and who's out is, of course, very premature.

But nevertheless, it's a lot of fun to look at.

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This Week's Classifieds
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TCSO investigating Drummonds homicide

Husband surrenders to police after allegedly shooting and killing his wife.

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Jessica Renee Clark
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Bertha Raye Bryson Wright
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Bertha Raye Bryson Wright
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