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Dyersburg,

city (1990 pop. 16,317), seat of Dyer co., NW Tenn., near the Mississippi River; inc. 1850. It is a processing and industrial center for a fertile cotton and farm area.
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Kimberly Martin has been named vice president of institutional advancement and continuing education at Dyersburg State Community College (Term.
Supply and deliver three 2500 kVA padmount transformers, Douglas County Public Utility District; apparent low bidder was Ermco of Dyersburg, Tenn.
He has also served as adjunct instructor for Northeast State Community College and Dyersburg State Community College.
Institution: First Citizens National Bank, Dyersburg, Tenn.
Henry Freund of Dyersburg, Tennessee were college sweethearts in the early 1950s.
The next morning, Lisa Jo presented at the emergency room of Dyersburg Regional Medical Center (Dyersburg) in Dyersburg.
His office is located in Dyersburg, TN and serves clients throughout West Tennessee including Memphis.
is adding to its Memphis area footprint by merging the $12 million Dyersburg CU.
They had asked Sadowski to live with them when they moved to Dyersburg, Tennessee.
In this case the authors tell the story of the early years of Dyersburg Cotton Products, later Dyersburg Fabrics, in a way that highlights the difficulties the company had of surviving in an industry beset with so many labor and import problems.
Police heard gunshots from inside Dyersburg State Community College in Tennessee at around 4am UK time yesterday.
The 26-year-old had walked into Dyersburg State Community College about 75 miles north east of Memphis in Tennessee yesterday armed with a 9mm handgun and a knife.