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Board: Schools must reimburse travel expenses Board: Schools must reimburse travel expenses

News of a change for travel fees spread like wildfire this week, but the school board says it's just enforcing an existing procedure.

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  • Board: Schools must reimburse travel expenses Board: Schools must reimburse travel expenses

    News of a change for travel fees spread like wildfire this week, but the school board says it's just enforcing an existing procedure.

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  • Playing the Hand they were Dealt: Family rallies around 8-year-old with cancer Playing the Hand they were Dealt: Family rallies around 8-year-old with cancer

    "People ask me every day, How can you handle this? People survive it. It's a battle, but people survive it every day," Ashley Baum said, nodding her head and focused on Trenton. "You play the hand you're dealt in life and it is what it is. Just because I'm crushed by the diagnosis, it doesn't mean it's going to go away."

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  • Eyes on the Prize: CHS explains strategy for success Eyes on the Prize: CHS explains strategy for success

    Earlier this month, for the third straight year, Covington High School was named a finalist for the state's SCORE Prize. Principal Marcus Heaston explains how the school has achieved continued success.

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Board: Schools must reimburse travel expenses

News of a change for travel fees spread like wildfire this week, but the school board says it's just enforcing an existing procedure.

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Local News

Poll: Do you feel safe in Covington?

Do you feel safe living and doing business in Covington?

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Husband charged with first-degree murder of wife

Munford board passes $3.8M budget

Organization founded for woman killed by husband

Opinion

Flashback

Flashback

Two-year-old Keno Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bo Anderson of Covington, tries his hand at picking cotton.

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Southern France: Cancer takes many too young

Southern Raisin': Saturday was a special day

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Community

DSCC readies for grand opening

DSCC readies for grand opening

In conjunction with the grand opening of the new Dyersburg State Community College (DSCC) Learning Resource Center, Student Center and Tipton County Public Library, the college is pleased to present several art exhibits on display in the new state-of-the art 54,000 square foot facility.

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Toastmasters comes to Tipton County

Prescription drug take back scheduled

$2.5M available to feed hungry kids

Almyra

Civil War

Sports

Web exclusive: A look at the playoff picture at the halfway mark

The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association released its playoff grid today.

With the season only halfway over, seeding playoff teams and deciding who's in and who's out is, of course, very premature.

But nevertheless, it's a lot of fun to look at.

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Munford defeats Dyer County, moves into first place

Chargers drop district game to Haywood

Hardin County downs Brighton in league opener

Brighton girls golf team headed to state

Rebels keep rolling with win over Macon Road

 

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