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Jessica “J.C.” Cannon brings a new face to country music

“At last, I can say I did it,” said up-and-coming country musician Jessica Cannon, a native of Covington. Finally Cannon, who goes by J.C., is...

Dr. Dwight Moore joins Sigma Pi Phi

Dr. Dwight Melvyn Moore, OBGYN, was recently inducted into The Delta Boulé of the Sigma Pi Phi fraternity, an international Greek letter fraternity. Black professionals...

After accident, a resident thanks Munford fire department for its help...

It is a Saturday Natasha Hadley will not soon forget. She had been to yard sales that morning with her mother and afterward returned to...

Terrance Currin, Anthony Campbell earn national titles

The Covington Boxing Club’s long tradition of excellence continued last weekend at the National Boxing Tournament in Ripley. Five local boxers entered the tournament. Four...

Students research to learn about Black History month

The students attending the pre-GED class at Children & Family Services celebrated Black History month by learning about the contributions African- Americans have made...

Perseverance scholarship established in honor of Jesse Cannon Sr.

The Cannon name is synonymous throughout Tipton and Haywood Counties with integrity, honor, compassion and perseverance and it all started with Jesse James Cannon...

After 85 years, Barlow Funeral Home is still in the family

One of the oldest businesses in Tipton County and the oldest black-owned business is Barlow Funeral Home located in Covington. Established in 1925 in Lauderdale...

Shoot for the Stars: Mason resident graduates from Princeton University

One day during his senior year at Brighton High School, Steven Brown received a college application in the mail that would change the course...
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