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Ethan Whitley named All-American by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper

After helping his team to the Class AA state tournament last month, Covington High baseball player Ethan Whitley received a nice honor last week. Whitley, a shortstop who will play at UT-Martin next season, was named a second-team Collegiate Baseball Newspaper All-American. He was one of just five players from Tennessee to be recognized.
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Atoka Elementary students honored for most AR points

Atoka Elementary administration recently held a special luncheon to celebrate and recognize the students in each grade who earned the most AR points for the entire year. The students were Lucinda Brock, Nathaniel Allen, Emma Wright, Nolan Clement, Aleksandra Pannell and Hudson Porch.
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Brighton High School Students win Valuable Prizes

Paige Crothers, Brighton High School Junior, will soon be packing her bags and Myleigh Huffman also of BHS is $75 richer! Why you ask? Paige won 1st place and Myleigh came in 2nd place in the Southwest Tennessee Electric Creative Writing & Scholarship Competition that was presented to the junior class at Brighton High School. Students are selected for Washington Youth Tour by writing a short story titled “Electric Cooperatives–Going Beyond the Wires” that explains how co-ops provide communities with much more than electric power.
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Tipton County Teachers Of The Year Recognized

Tipton County Schools recently selected district level teachers of the year. Pictured are, from left, Dr. Charlotte Fisher, director of operations; Carole Mathis, Crestview Middle; Warren Smith, Munford High; DaLisa Stearns, Austin Peay Elementary; and Dr. Budd Bibb, director of schools.
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