The streets of downtown were filled with smells of fresh pit barbecue as teams converged Friday to compete in the two-day event. Teams were allowed to start cooking Friday evening while judging occurred Saturday mid-day and...
MCKENZIE (June 10) Construction has begun on secure entrances at McKenzie Middle School and McKenzie High School.
A beautiful evening of weather, great entertainment, and good food and activities provided for a great North Carroll Relay For Life event Friday evening at Rebel Stadium. The event started at 5:00 p.m. and ended at midnight.
HUNTINGDON (June 7) During a called meeting of the of the Carroll County Lake Board of Zoning Appeals, board members agreed to allow governmental use on appeal of land owned by Don Bush for consideration for a $37 million 4-H camp site and convention center.
NASHVILLE,TENN.–Max Batchelor, son of Steve and Mona Batchelor, qualified forthe spring2013 Dean's List at Belmont University. Eligibilityis based on aminimum courseload of12 hours andaqualitygradepoint averageof 3.5 with no gradebelow aC; however, Batchelor received no grade below an A.
Huntingdon (June 3, 2013): The Dixie Carter Performing Arts & Academic Enrichment Center is proud to announce the recent addition of a FREE COMMUNITY EVENT this summer. Join us on Tuesday, July 2, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. for the 129th Army Band of the Tennessee Army National Guard. The 129th Army Bandhas a long and distinguished history serving Tennessee and the United States in peacetime as well as during armed conflict. The group traces its lineage back to the earliest units of the Tennessee Militia that protected the early colonial settlements and routed the British at the Battle of Kings Mountain on October 7, 1780. The band was been called to active duty during Operation Desert Storm. They have performed for presidents, world fairs, and overseas in countries including Colombia and Turkey. The 129th Army Bandhas been the official band for the Tennessee inaugural since Governor Gordon Browning and represented Tennessee in the 1992 Presidential Inaugural Parade in Washington, DC. The 129th Army Band is headquartered at Houston Barracks in Nashville, Tennessee, and is led by Chief Warrant Officer Billy Stepp Commander and First Sergeant Richard Griffin. This performance is a perfect opportunity for you and your family to celebrate Independence Day at The Dixie! For more information contact The Dixie on the court square in Huntingdon, TN at 731-986-2100 or visit www.dixiepac.net. No tickets are required for this general seating performance. This and all our events are sponsored in part by a grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission.