The Tipton County Sheriff's Office and the Atoka Police Department will be hosting a Child Passenger Safety Checkpoint Community Event on Saturday
One week after the NAACP asked for his resignation due to a racially-related Facebook post, Covington's fire chief
wants to apologize,
Every morning, thousands of Tipton Countians head to work in Shelby County via Rosemark Road and come
home in the evening the same way. This time of year, commuters headed home get a special holiday treat right before they cross the county line.
Though Brighton and Atoka have already kicked off the holiday season with their annual events, there are still many more Christmas events planned in Tipton County.
A Brighton man suspected in a string of robberies in South Tipton was arrested last week.
A beloved classic comes to the Ruffin stage this weekend. "A Miracle on 34th Street," the play adapted from the Valentine Davies novel and the Twentieth Century Fox motion picture, will open Saturday night.
After months of rehearsing, "Seussical the Musical" will open Tuesday morning at Covington Integrated Arts Academy.
On Sunday, Nov. 30, the eighth annual Advent Processional was held in Covington, taking participants from St. Matthew's Episcopal Church to First Presbyterian and, finally, to First Methodist where a fellowship meal of chili and desserts was shared following the service.
The Jesse Tree reminds us that God is bigger than our circumstances, dysfunctional families, hurts, fears and tragedies.
Words make a difference in the lives of people; whether positive, negative, right, wrong, or truth.
I hope all of you had a great Thanksgiving. We did with turkey and dressing and all. We also found out that Clint and Courtney are expecting a girl! It was a wonderful day.
Late in the afternoon of Dec. 2, Brig. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest, with 500 officers and men, two pieces of artillery and five ordnance wagons, left Saulsbury riding north into Hardeman County.
Brighton Middle School brought the gift of happiness to an eight-year-old fire victim Friday, Nov. 21.
The Covington FFA recently competed in two livestock judging contests across Tennessee. On Nov. 6, the team went to Parsons to compete in the 4H Western Region Livestock Judging Contest. The team had an outstanding afternoon, as they placed first in the region out of 42 teams. By placing first, the team has qualified for the State Livestock Judging Contest that will be held at UT-Knoxville on June 2.
The Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society has selected Shelia Jackson for membership in the local chapter at Mississippi College.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today unveiled a website, apps.tn.gov/tcas, where Tennesseans can review and comment on the state's current K-12 academic standards.
Mary Frances Delashmit is proud to announce that her daughter, Melissa, will receive a Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in accounting and a minor in finance from the University of Memphis during their commencement exercises on Dec. 14. Delashmit will graduate magna cum laude.
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