Covington's Tennessee College of Applied Technology recently added an advanced machine tool to their array of training offerings. The tool uses computer numeric controls to automate a number of common manufacturing processes, like cutting, milling and punching on various materials.
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Tipton will host a free luncheon aimed at raising community awareness of the importance of breast health, including screening methods.
An evangelistic outreach ministry called Jesus Loves Tipton County is scheduled to take place on Saturday, Oct. 25.
The Munford FFA Chapter held its annual chapter banquet on May 15. This banquet acknowledged the dedication and accomplishments of the chapter members.
The Munford FFA livestock exhibitors held two different summer camps for elementary school-aged children. The sheep exhibitors ran Little Lamb Camp for two weeks: May 27-30 and June 2-5. The goat exhibitors also ran Camp Kid for two weeks: June 2-5 and and June 16-19. Both of these camps are designed for campers to learn how to care for the animals and how to exhibit them for a show that is put on at the end of the week.
Stacey Dowdy Travis, founder and CEO of Drop in the Bucket and former Covington resident, made a presentation in a social studies class at CIAA recently about her work in Uganda and South Sudan. They discussed the different cultures and the need for safe drinking water. For more information, go to www.dropinthebucket.org. Courtesy photo
Abigail Bell, senior, at Munford High School, has been named National Merit Semifinalist in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Based on the recommendation of retired Tipton County school administrator Phyllis Barlow of Covington, CIAA was chosen to receive supplies from the CME West Tennessee region, which is comprised of 32 churches, for this year's mission project.
Bob and Mary Anne Overall recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary at Parkway Cove. Cake and punch was served to family and friends who came together for this special event. Photos by Christy Hunter
Brighton sophomore Aubree Jones won her second straight Class AAA golf state title Wednesday and finished one stroke off the state record.
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