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Stories from Sunday, November 18, 2012

Employer relates discovery of Dyersburg woman's alleged embezzlement (11/18/12)
IRVINE, Calif. - Rebecca Rhea Moore, the former Dyersburg resident who last month it was reported was arrested for embezzling $1.7 million from her California employer over an eight-year period, will spend the holidays in jail. Moore, 38, appeared in court on Tuesday, Oct. 23 for a pre-trial hearing where the district attorney turned over more than 160,000 documents in evidence to Moore's public defender...
DCHS set to host Penny Hardaway Hoop Fest (11/18/12)
On Thursday morning at DCHS, in front of the entire student body as well as numerous special guests, school officials announced plans to host the Penny Hardaway National Hoop Fest. The event, featuring some of the top high school basketball teams from across the nation as well as some of the top teams in Tennessee, will take place on Jan.10-11 at DCHS and will feature a total of eight games over the two-day period...
Dyersburg splits season opener with Bradford (11/18/12)
Hosting Bradford on Friday night in its 2012-13 home opener, the respective Trojan and Lady Trojan squads began the season on opposite ends of the spectrum. The Lady Trojans opened the season looking sharp in several areas during the contest before securing a 78-58 victory over the visitors. In the nightcap, the Trojan boys played hard throughout the contest before coming up short at the end, 75-66...
Isn't it time to get back together? (11/18/12)
When the TSSAA Board of Control met on Thursday to approve district realignments, the results placed DHS in a 6-team district while DCHS was dropped to one involving just four teams. While looking at the Dyersburg situation, the athletic programs have made out pretty well, but once again no love was shown to Dyer County...
Obituaries for November 18, 2012 (11/18/12)
Mr. Johnny B. Inlow, 84, of Tiptonville, died Wednesday, November 14, 2012 in Tiptonville. Mr. Inlow was a graduate of Ridgely High School. He was always interested in the growth of Lake County and served as County Commissioner for 20 years. He was one of the original owners of the Wynnburg Tractor Company and served as president of the company. He loved animals and did a lot of horse trading and judging horse shows...
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