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Appraisal Services  Group, Inc. has your local experts when you need an appraiser in Dyer County.  We appraise residential and commercial real estate in the Dyersburg area as well as property throughout West Tennessee. West Tennessee real estate values are unique and you need an experienced local appraiser who is familiar with the Dyer County market.

In the early 1820's, Joel H. Dyer bought 640 acres of rolling wooded land along the Forked Deer River and decided to build a town. By 1825, 60 of those acres were divided into lots to form the early community of Dyersburg. Settlers from North and South Carolina, Virginia and other eastern states began pouring into the rich land between the Tennessee and Mississippi Rivers. Through the years, a growing number of people have followed Joel Dyer's example of deciding to live in Dyer County.  Dyer County has become a regional economic and medical center in Northwest Tennessee.

Dyersburg, the county seat, is one of the fastest growing communities in Tennessee. During the 1980's the population increased 16.4 percent. The City of Dyersburg, Tennessee has been recognized as one of the 50 Best Small Southern Towns in the United States by Peachtree Publications.  Trimble and Newbern, Dyer County's two other municipalities, also share in the county's economic growth. Dyer County boasts a dependable work force, progressive schools, low crime rate, affordable living, exciting growth, and a small town friendliness.

The following cities and zip codes are located in Dyer County:

BOGOTA 38007
DYERSBURG 38024, 38025
FINLEY 38030
MISTON 38056

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Dyersburg Area News:
Local artist completes work on downtown mural
7/2/2020 8:51 PM
People driving through downtown Dyersburg will have a new feature to see when they pass by South Mill Avenue as local artist MK Alford recently completed work on her mural depicting multiple aspects.....Read More
911 Board approves 2020-2021 budget
7/2/2020 8:39 PM
On Tuesday, June 30, the Dyer County E911 Board convened electronically to discuss various items of business, including the proposed 2020-2021 fiscal budget. ...Read More
Dyer County Schools releases info about Choctaw Academy
7/2/2020 8:39 PM
Dyer County Schools is committed to providing families non-traditional learning opportunities that meet the changing needs of our world while preparing our students to meet their personal goals for.....Read More
City Schools releases Remote Learning Academy guidelines
7/2/2020 8:38 PM
Dyersburg City Schools Remote Learning Academy (DCSRLA) is a non-traditional learning setting within the Dyersburg City Schools District. Classes are taught remotely by Dyersburg City Schools.....Read More
Newbern board votes to approve general fund budget ordinance
7/2/2020 8:36 PM
BRANDON HUTCHESON The Newbern Board of Mayor and Aldermen convened Tuesday, June 30 at noon to review and vote on the final readings of the general fund budget ordinance,.....Read More
Harborview ‘flocked’ for Alzheimer’s fundraiser
7/2/2020 8:34 PM
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Sellers need buyers: recruiting retailers
7/2/2020 8:09 PM
As we’ve seen in recent weeks, national retailers go to extreme lengths to identify their customers in our trade area. First, they define a trade area, the geographic area from which a community.....Read More
First Citizens announces promotion of Williams to assistant vice president
7/2/2020 8:05 PM
Judy Long, President and COO of First Citizens National Bank, recently announced the promotion of Courtney Williams to Assistant Vice President, Technical and FES Training Specialist. Long states,.....Read More
TN Education Job Board to support district recruitment and hiring
7/2/2020 8:05 PM
Nashville — The Tennessee Department of Education launched the TN Education Job Board, the second statewide initiative launched this summer to support districts in hiring and recruitment. The online.....Read More
How your teen can earn money for college
7/2/2020 8:04 PM
Okay, I get it. The last thing your teen probably wants to think about this summer is saving money for college. But let’s be real. There’s no better time. They’re free from their normal.....Read More