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(Moncrief, Jillianne.tif)-  MARTIN — College is a time of personal discovery. No matter how near or far a student travels for college, those years are one of the best times to reinvent … more
McKENZIE (April 11) — The McKenzie High School Boys Basketball team was honored Thursday evening with a Mayoral Proclamation from Mayor Jill Holland and member of the City Council. The … more
West Carroll FCCLA members placed first in the FCCLA Star Events Competition at the State FCCLA 2019 Conference in Chattanooga. Members Aleisha Annis, Clark Bradley, Lainee Hawkins, Brett Simmons and … more
HUNTINGDON (April 5) — State Representative Andy Holt (R-Dresden) was the featured speaker at the Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Forum on April 5. The representative is an avid … more
McKENZIE — McKenzie’s School Board met Tuesday, April 2, with a short but active agenda on tap. After adopting the regular and consent agenda, High School Counselor Sheila Ridley … more
Tennessee College of Applied Technology in McKenzie sent 20 post-secondary students and two dual enrollment students to the Tennessee SkillsUSA Competition in Chattanooga. Thirteen students received … more
Gleason High School held its 2019 Academic Banquet on February 28 at the First United Methodist Church of Gleason. The following students were honored.       Special Awards: … more
HUNTINGDON (March 19) — The Huntingdon Special School District Board of Education met Tuesday and took the following actions:*Approved a request by Jeaneen Blakeman and Summer Tippitt to use … more
McKenzie Elementary School recently held a bookmark contest in conjunction with the Tennessee Association of School Librarians with the theme, “Everyone Belongs at Your School Library.” … more
McKenzie Elementary School fourth grade student Branson Baker reached a milestone of 1,000 Accelerated Reader points this school year. This goal has only been reached by two other students in MES … more
Mrs. Tiffany Smith’s fourth grade class reached its reading goal of 1,000 Accelerated Reader points in January. The class maintained an average of 89.9 percent correct in comprehension while … more
Miss April Stepp’s first grade class reached its reading goal of 1,000 Accelerated Reader points in February. The class maintained an average of 92.7 percent correct in comprehension while … more
Mrs. Lorrie Brown’s first grade class reached its reading goal of 1,000 Accelerated Reader points in February. The class maintained an average of 94.7 percent correct in comprehension while … more
ATWOOD — West Carroll’s Board of Education met in their monthly session last Thursday, March 7, with no major items on their agenda but plenty of activity just the same.The board approved … more
Miss West Carroll Primary Royalty (L to R): Third Maid Shaylee Bymun, 6, daughter of Shane and Michelle Bynum; First Maid Jasmin Dodd, 7, daughter of Nick and Mery Dodd; Queen Callie Bryant, 7, … more
HUNTINGDON (March 8) — The approximately 400 fifth graders from all five Carroll County school districts gathered for Agriculture Day at the Carroll County Civic Center and the National Guard … more
McKenzie Rotary Club was the host of the 2019 McKenzie High School Honors Banquet held at MHS on Tuesday, March 5. The students were treated to dinner by Rotarians prior to the awards ceremony in the … more
Aubrey Hammett is the queen of the 8-9 year West Carroll Elementary Beauty Review. She is the 8-year old daughter of Grant and Ashley Hammett of Huntingdon. First Maid is Sasa Lane, daughter of Karen … more
McKENZIE (February 28-March 1) — McKenzie Elementary School recognized Saturday, March 2 as Read Across America Day with events on Thursday and Friday.Read Across America Day, set on the … more
West Carroll’s School Board meets Thursday night, March 7, at 6:30 p.m. in their monthly session with action to take on several different items. They will be considering second readings on … more
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