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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
FOWLKES 38033
NEWBERN 38059
MISTON 38056
TIGRETT 38070
TRIMBLE 38259

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Dyersburg Area News:
 
Choctaws return to region play as DC hosts winless Northeast
9/19/2019 5:32 PM
The Choctaws bounced back from a tough defeat in their region opener two weeks ago to turn in a dominating performance against Ripley in non-region action last Friday night. ...Read More
 
No. 8 Trojans head to second-ranked Haywood for 7-4A bout
9/19/2019 5:29 PM
JASON PEEVYHOUSE jpeevyhouse@stategazette.com Coming off a disappointing showing last Friday night during their 35-0 loss to Hardin County at home at J.C. Sawyers Stadium, the road through the 2019.....Read More
 
UTM golf coach, Newbern native, to retire at season"s end
9/19/2019 5:03 PM
MARTIN – Jerry Carpenter, who has led the University of Tennessee at Martin golf program to unprecedented heights over his 18-year head coaching career, has announced he will retire at the end of the.....Read More
 
Hood joins race for state representative
9/19/2019 4:57 PM
OBION – Casey Hood announced Thursday his candidacy for the state house seat in which he was just appointed. Last week the Obion County Commission appointed Hood, a conservative Republican, to.....Read More
 
Dyersburg firefighters receive TFACA training
9/19/2019 4:39 PM
Last week, members of the Dyersburg Fire Department received training from the Tennessee Fire and Codes Academy (TFACA). From September 10-12, firefighters from each of DFD’s stations and shifts.....Read More
 
Ribbon cutting ceremony held at Gordmans
9/19/2019 4:36 PM
On Tuesday at 9 a.m., a ribbon cutting ceremony was held for apparel and home décor retailer, Gordmans, located at the Dyersburg Mall. Numerous community members, Gordmans employees, city and county.....Read More
 
DES Power Board sets date for audit review
9/19/2019 4:36 PM
BRANDON HUTCHESON bhutcheson@stategazette.com On Wednesday at noon, the Dyersburg Electric System Power Board convened for their regular monthly meeting. All board members as well as the DES.....Read More
 
Obituaries for Sept. 20, 2019
9/19/2019 4:34 PM
Mrs. Mary John Arcera, age 90, of West Layfayette, Ind., formerly of Dyersburg, Tn. passed away Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019, at Cumberland Point Health Campus, in West Layfayette, Ind. Mary was a retired.....Read More
 
At the Shelter
9/18/2019 5:12 PM
The number of animals ready for adoption at the Shelter is 57. You are welcomed to come and look at the available animals in person. There are several cats and kittens in this week’s article; these.....Read More
 
Nelson recognized as Commended Student in 2020 National Merit Scholarship program
9/18/2019 5:08 PM
Dyer County High School Principal Laura Brimm has announced that Deborah Nelson has been named a commended student in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program. Nelson will receive a letter of.....Read More