Gates, Tennessee is one of the four towns in Lauderdale County. With a population of around 647 people, Gates is the smallest town within the county. The current Mayor of Gates is Dwayne Dixon.
Henning, Tennessee is one of the four towns in Lauderdale County. Henning has a population of around 945 people and is the birthplace of Alex Haley. The current of Mayor of Henning is Baris Douglas. Within the town of Henning is the Fort Pillow State Park, The Alex Haley Museum and Intraoperative Center, the Lower Hatchie Refuge, and Sunk Lake TN Natural Area.
Halls, Tennessee is one of the four towns in Lauderdale County. The current Mayor of Halls is Eugene Pugh. Halls has a population of around 2255 people and homes several important assets to the Lauderdale County. One of the most popular attractions in Halls is the Veteran’s Museum/ Air Base Museum, which also hosts the Wings Over Halls air show. Halls also homes the Hudson’s Antiquarian Maps and Globes, the Lauderdale County Fair, and the Halls Street Festival.
Ripley, Tennessee is the largest town in Lauderdale with a population of around 8445 people. The current Mayor of Ripley is Jon Pavletic. Ripley hosts Lauderdale’s biggest event the Lauderdale County Tomato Festival as well as the Chickasaw National Wildlife Refuge, Tully State Forest, Ripley Park, and the Lauderdale County Museum.
123 S. Jefferson St., Ripley, TN 38063 | P: 731.635.9541 or 8463 F: 731.635.9064