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Corrections officer saves choking juror
Corrections officer saves choking juror

Video surveillance from the jail shows the moment a corrections officer saved Jeff Hanks' life.

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Drummonds man found alive
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Covington awarded $300K grant
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School zone pursuit leads to arrest
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Opinion

Flashback: Hee Haw Howdy
Flashback: Hee Haw Howdy

Pictured is the first Hee Haw cast in 1988.

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Off the Record: County needs Farm to School project too

Could you imagine the benefits of our schools having their own gardens? Not that teachers don’t already have enough on their plates – pun not intended – but it would be an amazing sight to see.

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Southern Raisin': Finally, it was show day
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Alexander, others introduce bill for self insurance
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Community

Church to host free Thanksgiving
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Community Events
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Elm Grove
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Jamestown
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Mt. Carmel/Clopton
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Almyra
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The Civil War in Tipton County
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SRVS
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Gilt Edge
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Hee Haw Howdy returns to The Ruffin
Hee Haw Howdy returns to The Ruffin

The 25th annual Hee Haw Howdy Show is scheduled for Nov. 23.

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Sports

Mosley nominated for Mr. Football
Mosley nominated for Mr. Football

A Brighton High School football player has been nominated for the prestigious Mr. Football Award, given annually to the best players in the state.

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Glass wants girls to play smart
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Mitchell new CHS boys' coach
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MHS boys, girls split season’s first games
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Lady Chargers rout Bolivar in opener
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Grandberry, Kendrick win bouts in Arkansas
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Education

American Education Week at ATES

Community Leaders were invited to Atoka Elementary School to read to students during American Education Week, Nov. 18-22.

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Common Core parents' meeting set

A concerned parent has called together a meeting to discuss and explain the new Common Core Standards in education.

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Charger Beat - Nov. 21, 2013
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FFA competes in judging competitions
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Obituaries

Bettie Sue McKinnie Kinney
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William Edward Carter
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Chester Thompson
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James E. Boyce
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Alma Rose
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Derrick Dewayne Myracle
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Wilma McDow
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John Alice Newman
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Cora Lee Woodland
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Marjory Lee Tally
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Lawrence E. Hudson
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Fletcher Howard Goode
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Church News

The sweetest words ever spoken
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What we often fail to consider
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Public Records

Marriage Licenses - October 2013
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Public Records
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Top Stories

New building at DSCC progressing
Construction on the school's new learning resource center has been in full swing for months.
New building at DSCC progressing

Construction on the school's new learning resource center has been in full swing for months.

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New name unveiled for Academic Building
New name unveiled for Academic Building

About 100 people, including 30 nursing students, gathered in the auditorium of the academic building at Dyersburg State Community College-Jimmy Naifeh Center in Covington Wednesday morning to celebrate a partnership that school officials believe will be beneficial on several fronts.

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Arrest reports

Arrests
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