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SPRINGVILLE, Tenn. — Imagine watching hundreds of waterfowl rising from the lake, birding behind sanctuary gates, sailing aboard a 100’ yacht as eagles soar above, or enjoying rock star … more
PARIS — Henry County Medical Center proudly introduces three new department directors to its management team.   Recent additions to the management staff are Director of Pharmacy, Paula … more
“Global citizenship education is essential for creating a world with sustainable peace.” (Reimers et al, 2018) How Stacie Freeman, a Tennessee university sociology professor and Catherine … more
MARTIN (December. 19) — Amanda Smith, of Huntingdon, completed course requirements for the University of Tennessee at Martin Veterinary Health Technology Program during the fall 2018 semester. … more
CARROLL COUNTY (December 13) — An anonymous donor provided toys for 250 children in Carroll County.Saudia Akins, director of the McKenzie/Carroll County United Neighbors, said the donor … more
McKENZIE — Misty Aird, head coach of the Bethel Ladies’ Soccer Team, spoke to the McKenzie Rotary Club about a tragic wreck on April 7, 2018 and her recovery after numerous surgeries. The … more
MARTIN — Ashley Jackson, of Nashville, is dedicating her career to helping young people overcome life’s difficulties – something the deaf-blind professional knows well. Jackson, a … more
HUNTINGDON (December 13) — Carroll County Highway Committee voted unanimously to purchase a new Caterpillar 420 backhoe to replace an aging 1995 model.Scotty Bailey said the new top-of-the-line … more
Meth Lab Found *A Hollow Rock man was arrested December 4 when U.S. marshals found a meth lab on his property. According to the report, U.S. Marshals went to the residence of Charles Brent … more
McKENZIE — Miss Sydney Wood’s second grade class reached its reading goal of 1,000 Accelerated Reader points in December. The class maintained an average of 93 percent correct in … more
More than 250 bicycles were given to children in   McKenzie, Huntingdon, West Carroll, Bradford and other schools in the southwest portion of Tennessee totaling 11 schools, thanks to the … more
In December 21 members of the Inglenook Book Club met at Lakeside Senior Living Center for a Christmas luncheon with Gena Manner and Sally Sutton serving as hostesses. Everyone enjoyed the delicious … more
Jackson (5) and Savannah (8) Vinson of Huntingdon wait at the depot to board the Polar Express during McKenzie’s A Mistletoe Christmas. Photo by Brad Sam/The Banner more
Once again the Morning Glory Garden Club is delighted to continue its Christmas tradition of selecting the best traditional and novelty lighting and best decorated business window.The traditional … more
McKENZIE (December 14) — McKenzie Middle School presented its annual Christmas program Friday, full of music, fun and cheer.The middle school band performed “Jingle Bells,” … more
TREZEVANT (December 10) — The Town of Trezevant hosted its annual Christmas Parade on Monday, December 10 along U.S. 79. The parade started at the West Carroll Elementary School and proceeded … more
The Wrights, Mason (2) with mom Tanya and Elsie (1) with dad Justin, all of Jackson, and cousin Ethan Anderson (2, center) of Cedar Grove visit Santa at West Carroll’s Breakfast with Santa. more
Pictured are winners from each age group for the run. Overall male winner was Nick Skarsten and overall female Nancy Poole both from Dresden. more
The DECA chapter at Carroll County Technical Center (CCTC) recently partnered with the Carl Perkins Center to hold the second annual toy drive on December 10th. The theme for this year’s event … more
McKENZIE (December 11) — McKenzie-Carroll County United Neighbors received a donation of $2,000 to help purchase Blessing Boxes of food for 150 families in the community. The food was … more
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