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Brighton student vows to keep on dancing Brighton student vows to keep on dancing

The Brighton Dancing Guy has created even more laughs than dance moves; despite a recent encounter with the law, he shows no signs of stopping.

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  • Brighton student vows to keep on dancing Brighton student vows to keep on dancing

    The Brighton Dancing Guy has created even more laughs than dance moves; despite a recent encounter with the law, he shows no signs of stopping.

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  • Taxes, pay on the rise in Munford Taxes, pay on the rise in Munford

    The Munford Board of Mayor and Aldermen passed a 2015-16 budget on first reading Tuesday night that includes a property tax increase of 27 cents and a 2.5 percent raise for all employees.

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  • Prayer service planned for Tripp Turner Prayer service planned for Tripp Turner

    On Friday night, the local community will gather at Covington High School's football field to pray for one of its own.

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  • Covington board OKs biomass shut-down Covington board OKs biomass shut-down

    Lose money or lose more money. That's the decision faced by Covington's city leaders as they voted to shut the biomass gasification plant down Tuesday night.

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  • Relay for Life set for Friday Relay for Life set for Friday

    The annual Relay for Life of Tipton County, the American Cancer Society's primary fundraiser, is set to take place Friday night at Brighton High School.

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Man sought after Sunday pursuit

One man is behind bars and another wanted by police following a pursuit early Sunday morning.

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Local News

'Dignity for Dawn' raising funds for burial

'Dignity for Dawn' raising funds for burial

Twenty-seven-year-old Dawn Harris was diagnosed with cervical cancer last October. After unsuccessfully taking several rounds of radiation, the mother of three has recently learned that her illness is terminal.

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Aquatic Center set to reopen June 1

Opinion

Opt-out of costly energy plan

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is at it again.

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Southern Raisin': Thank goodness we had 'em

USDA announces grants for socially disadvantaged

Who do you count as your hero?

Community

Atoka's Tina Bringle named top nurse

Atoka's Tina Bringle named top nurse

Tina Bringle of Atoka was recently recognized by Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare as one of its outstanding nurses during the hospital's Nursing Stars Celebration.

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Civil War vets to be honored Sunday by SCV

Community Events

Fire safety important while traveling

Flashback

Foster speaks to Exchange Club

Sports

Covington relay team takes second at state meet

Covington relay team takes second at state meet

Athletes from Covington, Brighton and Munford compete for state titles at Spring Fling.

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Caleb Craig signs with Southwest

 

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