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Oct 9, 2014 • Covington Leader (subscription)
The Community Calendar is a free service offered by The Leader. We make every effort to include all submissions for this section, however these items are printed as space becomes available. To guarantee your event to be in the paper would require paid ... More

DSCC celebrates grand opening of new LRC, Student Center and Tipton County ...

Oct 9, 2014 • State Gazette
"This building, the largest at the college, houses a unique partnership in Tennessee -- a college Student Center, Learning Resource Center and the Tipton County Public Library -- under one roof, united to serve the growing student body at the DSCC ... More

PARIS TN: Arkansas band tops marching invitational

Sep 22, 2014 • Paris Post Intelligencer
The Paragould Pride Marching Band from Paragould, Ark., won the Mayor's Cup, the top prize, in Saturday's Henry County Marching Invitational. The band's show was titled “Those We Don't Speak Of,” with music and props based on the 2004 movie, “The ... More

DSCC opens new building

Oct 2, 2014 • Covington Leader (subscription)
Speakers included Dr. Karen Bowyer, president of DSCC; County Executive Jeff Huffman; John Morgan, Chancellor of the Tennessee Board of Regents; Speaker Emeritus Jimmy Naifeh; State Representative Debra Moody; Dr. Mark Bowers, chair of donor ... More

Henry County Marching Patriots Band Invitational brings back memories

Sep 23, 2014 • Paris Post Intelligencer
Makes one wonder if the NFL's leading rusher could high-step down the field like the University of Tennessee's drum major. My guess: ... After Brighton High School marched, I congratulated two ladies wearing Brighton fan wear on their school's performance. More

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