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Munford football loses on the road to Collierville
Munford football loses on the road to Collierville

Munford gained twice as much yardage as Collierville Friday night, ran more than twice as many plays and had exactly three times as many first downs, but still lost.

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Brighton Lady Cardinals fall to Bartlett in region semis
Brighton Lady Cardinals fall to Bartlett in region semis

Brighton Lady Cardinal soccer coach Shari Garrett knew her team had a tough assignment when Bartlett came to town Tuesday night for a Region 7-AAA semifinal game.

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Charger freshmen football team wins title

Charger freshmen football takes center stage this week.

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Local boxers in training
Local boxers in training

Local boxing promoter and trainer Malcolm Terry has been in the business for a long time - 20 years to be exact.

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Covington volleyball finishes one win away from state

The Lady Chargers capped a regular season District 15 AA championship with a runner-up finish in the district tournament that qualified them for regional play.

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Covington soccer season ends

The Lady Charger soccer team closed the regular season with a 5-1 win over Trenton Peabody on Oct. 9 as a positive warm-up for tournament play.

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Widlife chatter: Ideal shooting range locations

Chances are, if you have gotten your concealed carry permit you have visited a nice shooting range.

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School community mourns loss of custodian

CIAA custodian Maurice Williams will be remembered for his work ethic and friendliness.

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Joyce Ann Jackson
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James Somerville Jr.
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Dennis Dean Teegarden
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Landon "Grump" Byars Yarbrough Jr.
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Kelly Trotter
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Avon B. Gardner
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Mary Pennel Simonton Boothe
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Shannon Dale Slough
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Richard Lee Huffman Sr.
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Langford to present
Langford to present

Local author Deborah Brooks Langford will give a talk regarding her writings on Nov. 4 at 6:30 p.m. at the Tipton County Museum, Veterans Memorial and Nature Center, located at 751 Bert Johnston Avenue in Covington. This event is free to museum members and $5 for non-members.

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Marriage Licenses
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Museum welcomes new director
Museum welcomes new director

The Tipton County Museum, Veterans Memorial and Nature Center recently held a meet-and-greet for the new director, Barrie Foster.

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Greerology: Avoid dating the wrong women at all costs

The latest overview uncovered that fifty-two percent of men date for closeness. Men are searching for that somebody to get extremely close to and a potential forever mate.

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How good can become bad
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