Police seek armed man Police seek armed man

Humboldt police are looking for a man wanted for brandishing a gun and threatening another man in a convenience store parking lot here.

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Hostess pageants coming up this month
Hostess pageants coming up this month
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Gibson County School District approves South Gibson project
Gibson County School District approves South Gibson project
New school board chair Treva Maitland and vice chair Charles Scott

Celebrates students' test scores

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Chronicle Notes
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Gibson board approves paving bid, financing plan

The Gibson Board of Aldermen approved a bid and financing plan for a major street paving project at the city's September 8 meeting.

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Meth prompts arrests

Gibson County sheriff's deputies arrested two on meth related charges last week after a chase, according to Sheriff Paul Thomas.

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Three Way marketing for retail business

Three Way city officials are taking measures in hopes of bringing new retail businesses to their city.

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Comedy opens Saturday
Comedy opens Saturday
Nite Lite presents 'Mama Don't Fly'
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Grandparents' Day
Grandparents' Day
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IRS warns of phone scams

The IRS continues to warn the public to be alert for telephone scams. The callers often claim to be with the IRS and usually demand money.

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Prayer garden grows giant coleus
Prayer garden grows giant coleus
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Teens: internet danger warned
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Webb to mark 75th
Webb to mark 75th
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Lottie O. Autry Sanders
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An appointment with a stranger
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Church notes
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Precinct One
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Giving our tax dollars to charities of 'their' choice

Letter to the editor

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God and evil spirits

Letter to the editor

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Obama, the courts and the constitution

Letter to the editor

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Think of yourself as a civilian guard

On 9/11, the distinction between civilian and soldier changed forever

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What might have been here

The lower mouth of the Hatchie pours into the Mississippi just north of what used to be the town of Randolph. Today, most people have never heard of Randolph, but it was a center of river commerce in West Tennessee in the early 1800s.

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