Dyersburg

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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The communities and school districts selected in the second round include: Anderson County Schools Anderson County; Oak Ridge Schools Anderson County; Claiborne County School District Claiborne County; Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools Davidson County; DeKalb County Board of Education DeKalb County; Dyer County Schools Dyer County; Dyersburg City Schools Dyer County; Hamblen County Schools Hamblen County; Marion County Board of Education Marion County;Monroe County Schools Monroe County.
9 with a sweep of Rock Valley College, winning 8-2 and 5-4 in seven-inning games, then beat Southern Union State and Spartanburg Methodist the following weekend at the Southern Union Invitational, which concluded for Logan with an 11-6 loss to Dyersburg State.
Security Bank, with more than USD 186 million in assets in Dyersburg, Tenn.
The accounting firm currently has eighteen partners and over 150 staff in its offices in Dyersburg, Henderson, Jackson, Martin, McKenzie, Memphis, Milan, Nashville, Paris, Trenton, Union City, Tennessee and Murray, Kentucky.
Last Friday, the City of Dyersburg Street and Sanitation Committee agreed to research their options for guidance pertaining to recent solid waste bids received.
One Dyersburg State Community College (DSCC) educator said, "The community values us as 'their college,' knowing that, without DSCC, Northwest Tennessee would miss the culture and education we provide.
When Brandon returned home from Kuwait, he was transferred to the 168th MP Battalion in Dyersburg, TN.
Kimberly Martin has been named vice president of institutional advancement and continuing education at Dyersburg State Community College (Term.
Sandy Tarkington, First Citizens National Bank, Dyersburg, Tenn.
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.