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McKenzie Marching Rebels earned the top honor at the World’s Biggest Fish Fry Grand Parade on Friday, April 26.This is believed to be the tenth year straight the band has earned top honors.The … more
CARROLL COUNTY — Twenty-two high school seniors from Carroll County were recognized by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce for their academic excellence, by scoring a 29 or better on the … more
Mary Mancini, chair of the Tennessee Democratic Party, travelled to Weakley County on Thursday, April 18, to hold a Blue Cocktail Hour at The Lindell in Martin. The primary purpose of the event was … more
HUNTINGDON (April 23) — Huntingdon’s Town Council met in its second session of the month with a brief agenda of activity.The only action taken during the meeting was board members … more
McKENZIE — The McKenzie School Board meets Tuesday, May 7, for the final time before school dismisses and will recognize retiring high school librarian Mona Batchelor and support staff member … more
ATWOOD — West Carroll School Board will meet for its last meeting before school ends for the summer with a busy agenda including action to be taken in preparation for the2019-2020 school … more
The ladies of the McKenzie Garden Club provided their expertise in beautifying the Alumni Garden on the campus of Bethel University last week. The ladies planted flowers and greenery on each of the … more
CLARKSBURG (April 22) — During their regular meeting Monday, Clarksburg’s Mayor and Aldermen gave final approval to a much-needed safety improvement for the traffic areas around … more
HUNTINGDON — The Huntingdon Board of Education met in an early-morning session Thursday, April 25 with a brief but busy session. After approving the March meeting minutes and budget amendments, … more
In the third and final edition focusing on the early churches of McKenzie, we will look at the Baptist Churches in McKenzie and conclude with the Church of Christ. This edition starts with Enon … more
Government and school leaders were invited to attend an asset-planning meeting on Tuesday, April 16 at the Carroll County Office Complex.The meeting was hosted by the Tennessee Department of Economic … more
PARIS — The annual World’s Biggest Fish Fry is upon us once again with a busy schedule of events for everyone. The week started Saturday, April 20 with a 5K Hushpuppy Dash at Henry County … more
McKENZIE (April 17) — Sarge’s Diner, Waldran Street, McKenzie, held an MIA/POW Table ceremony on Wednesday, April 17. The Veterans Honor Guard of Parkers Crossroads conducted the … more
Above, Local first responders and E911 dispatchers. Below, E911 Dispatchers (L to R): Front Row — Pam Moss, Carissa French, Lt Jamie Summers, Christie Moore, Ashleigh Todd, Kenny Jackson … more
McKENZIE (April 18) — Men of the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church-McKenzie performed the Living Lord’s Supper at the Park Theatre on Thursday.Wearing period costumes, the actors told … more
The annual bake auction to benefit the American Cancer Society netted $10,500 for cancer research. This year, the long-running event was spearheaded by Sherrye Washburn.Items included baked goods … more
(Left) Miss Tater Town, Sydney Pate, is the 17-year-old of Jeremy and Gina Pate of McKenzie. The event was hosted by the Gleason Gazelles in Gleason, Tenn. (Right) Jr. Miss Tater Town, Darcie Bell, … more
HMS announcse the students who made Honor Roll the 3rd quarter (9 weeks) of school.   Principal’s Honor Roll includes students who made all A’s and Honor Roll includes students who … more
McKENZIE (April 16) — McKenzie Middle School hosted its annual Honors Banquet Tuesday, sponsored by the McKenzie Rotary Club. Students were honored for maintaining a non-rounded 92 average in … more
McKENZIE (April 23) McKenzie Rotary Club members heard about support programs through the Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council. Amber Gilmer, Carroll County Service Manager, spoke about … more
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