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If one more person says to me, “I don’t know what our country is coming to” or “How could we, as a nation, get into such a fix” or “What in the world is wrong with … more
The power of the press rests in the ability of journalists to hold government accountable, to mobilize public opinion on matters that are important to individuals, communities or the nation, and to … more
It’s National Newspaper Week and this newspaper is investing in new equipment to improve the overall quality of print of the weekly publication.While many press companies have shuttered or … more
McKENZIE (October 2) — In a special called meeting, the McKenzie City Council voted in favor of accepting bids for a paving project focused on resurfacing University Drive. Public Works … more
GLEASON (October 5) — Gleason, Tennessee the “Ball Clay Capital of the World” attracted record crowds for Minerals Day at Snider Park. The Gleason Downtown Revitalization Committee … more
McKENZIE (October 2) McKenzie’s professional educators want to “collaboratively conference” with members of the McKenzie Special School District’s Board of … more
McKENZIE (October 9) - McKenzie Industrial Board and Campbell Arms, a closed gun manufacturing facility on Hill Road, will meet in Carroll County Circuit Court on October 17. That was announced … more
HUNTINGDON (October 8) Belew Lane, just outside of Trezevant, was not added to the county's road maintenance system following a unanimous vote by Carroll County Commissioners. The rural road was … more
 JACKSON – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Weakley County Sheriff’s Office are seeking the public’s assistance in the ongoing investigation into the death of … more
MARTIN, Tenn. – Eighteen high school bands are expected to compete in the 17th-annual West Tennessee Marching Championships on Oct. 20 at the University of Tennessee at Martin’s Hardy M. … more
Tennessee Secretary of State Cautions Voters Against Misleading Election Information NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett is warning voters to be aware … more
The West Tennessee Antique Engine and Tractor Show in Atwood, Tenn. is October 12 and 13. The two-day event is located in the park across from the intersection of Highways 70 and 79. Antique … more
McKENZIE - The McKenzie Rotary Club's annual charity auction is Saturday, November 3 at the McKenzie First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. more
Paris, Tenn.- Henry County Medical Center welcomes Caroline Johnson and Jacob Fussell to our PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency Program. Originally from Bowling Green, Kentucky, Johnson is a graduate of the … more
The Huntingdon City council met Tuesday evening, September 25, with a short but busy agenda of actions.Council members unanimously approved the lone bid submitted for the restoration project for the … more
HUNTINGDON (September 27) — Huntingdon Industrial Development Board facilitated the additional expansion of jobs at Gränges, an aluminum-processing manufacturing plant in … more
Property owners in Carroll County will receive the annual property tax notices in this mail this week.Paul Bolen, trustee, said the notices are mailed the first week of each October. Taxes are due … more
McKENZIE (October 1) McKenzie Medical Center opened its extended-hours urgent care center on October 1. It is located at 205 Hospital Drive. Operating hours are 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to … more
Kirby Gene Wallace is wanted by the TennesseeBureau of Investigation and the Stewart CountySheriff’s Office for one count of first degree murder,one count of felony murder, one count of … more
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