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Tipton County and The Civil War

Confederate President Jefferson Davis authorized Brigadier Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest to occupy, for the Confederacy, the western counties of Kentucky and all of Tennessee between the Mississippi and Tennessee Rivers

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Dunlap Retirement Center
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Mt. Carmel-Clopton
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Munford Middle students tackle bullying
Munford Middle students tackle bullying

During the month of October, members of the Munford Middle Student Council launched an anti-bullying campaign.

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Crestview Elementary receives dictionaries
Crestview Elementary receives dictionaries

The AT&T Pioneers of Memphis distributed their last dictionary in Tipton County Tuesday.

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Desjarlais talks about veterans
Desjarlais talks about veterans
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Basketball preview: Lady Cougars bring back plenty of talent
Basketball preview: Lady Cougars bring back plenty of talent

Munford Lady Cougars head coach Steve Poindexter does not mince words and he's not into hyperbole.

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Basketball preview: Butch Hopkins returns to lead young Cougar basketball team

A lot has happened surrounding the Munford boys' basketball program since last season.

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Brighton basketball off to quick start

Freshman, senior lead comeback win over Dyersburg

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Progress being made on safe room project

Progress is being made on the construction of Atoka Elementary School's safe room.

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Cursive to be re-introduced in schools

The Tennessee Board of Education has approved cursive writing standards to be implemented next school year.

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King Cotton donates $6,000 to Charger football
King Cotton donates $6,000 to Charger football

Charger football receives $6,000 from King Cotton.

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School mourns loss of longtime teacher

In the past month, the CIAA family has grieved the loss of custodian Maurice Williams, former teacher Sonya Burnett (whose child still attends the school) and, this week, longtime educator Rhonda Claybrooks, who died Sunday.

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Chargers fall to defending state champs

Covington got a taste at Southwind on Thursday of the medicine that they had administered to Bolivar earlier in the week.

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Shots in the Park
Shots in the Park

On Friday, Nov. 14, the Tipton County Health Department conducted a drive-thru flu shot clinic in Cobb Parr Park.

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Munford High's Gable, Hindman sign scholarships
Munford High's Gable, Hindman sign scholarships

A pair of senior Munford High School athletes signed athletic scholarships over the past few days.

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Police: Man shot in head names suspect

A Covington man injured in a shooting just after noon on Tuesday was able to give police leads on a suspect.

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Covington prepares to transition to new mayor
Covington prepares to transition to new mayor

As David Gordon's term as Covington's mayor comes to an end, some of his colleagues will remember a job well done.

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Brighton Middle girls defeat Crestview in basketball

Crestview did not have a productive trip to Brighton last Thursday, falling to the Lady Cardinals 42-20.

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BREAKING: Shooting victim tells police suspect's name

Police said Lejarvius Taylor, 20, was communicating with them after being shot in left arm twice and possibly in the head as well.

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Realignment moves Covington, Munford, Brighton to different regions
Realignment moves Covington, Munford, Brighton to different regions

The TSSAA approved its realignment plan today. Covington head coach Marty Wheeler is not happy about being moved into a region made up primarily of Memphis teams, but he said his team will adapt.

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Realignment moves Covington, Munford, Brighton to different regions
Realignment moves Covington, Munford, Brighton to different regions

The TSSAA approved its realignment plan today. Covington head coach Marty Wheeler is not happy about being moved into a region made up primarily of Memphis teams, but he said his team will adapt.

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Tipton County and the Civil War: Forrest is Coming!
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Almyra News

The weekend weather was absolutely gorgeous. It was a little chilly, but the leaves were beautiful.

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Mt. Carmel/Clopton News

We all made it through the election last week and it won't happen again until 2016. Congratulations to all the winners.

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