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District 1 citizens announce business boycott

Some Covington residents have plans to begin boycotting businesses on Tuesdays and Fridays, said Jean Johnson.  Standing before the board of mayor and aldermen Tuesday...

Brighton teacher and coach Stan Gatlin is not shy about expressing...

Stan Gatlin was 20 in 1996. He had just earned his associate’s degree from Mary Holmes College in West Point, Miss., was the valedictorian...

Hughlett family persevered through some tough times to make their mark...

Janice Brown-Woods has lived in the Dallas area for many years. Now 56, she has raised a family and manages a team of computer...

Yarbrough artifacts on display at new Smithsonian museum

As a girl growing up in Hardeman County, the daughter of sharecroppers, Hattye Mae Thomas Yarbrough couldn’t imagine many of the things she’s seen...

Price house added to national, state historical registers

A local home has just been added to the national and state historical registries, the Memphis Area Association of Government announced Friday. The Dr. Thomas...

Cherishing the right to vote: A look back on a family...

Today, many Americans take the act of voting for granted. It’s one of the most cherished and basic rights of citizenship as an American...
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