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Four men were arrested April 23 for allegedly trespassing on private property in Atwood.Antonio Germaine Walker, 20, of McLemoresville; Isaac S. Bobbitt, 22, of Atwood; Al-Kareem Williamson, 19, of … more
McKENZIE — Bethel University’s Spring Commencement is Saturday, May 4, 2019 in the Rosemary and Harry Crisp II Arena in McKenzie. There are two ceremonies. The first, at 9 a.m., is for … more
The Servall sign was tumbled as a motorist left U.S. 79 and struck the sign at the intersection of Grandberry and Highland (U.S. 79) in McKenzie. McKenzie Police and Fire, and Baptist Ambulance … more
NASHVILLE (April 25) — The percentage of persons unemployed in February decreased from the February rate in the tri-counties of Carroll, Henry and Weakley.Carroll County remained steady with a … more
Russell Chevrolet-Olds, Highland Drive, McKenzie. File photo originally published in “A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee,” by The McKenzie Banner in October 2004. more
I did not grow up in the hills of Northeast Georgia. But I have taken a great liken to the people there. You talk about friendly, honest, straight forward folks. They will tell you what they’re … more
ATWOOD — West Carroll’s school board met in their monthly session last Thursday night, April 4 with a short amended agenda. The most time was spent on a funding request from FCCLA (Family … more
The Greenfield Police Department and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation continues to investigate the circumstances surrounding the suspicious shooting death that occurred Friday afternoon, April … more
HUNTINGDON (April 19) — Congressman David Kustoff visited Carroll County on his annual Good Friday visit to the Carroll County Sports Shooting Park.A small gathering of citizens, including … more
HENRY — The name of the man who died from injuries suffered in Thursday’s house fire in Henry has been released.Henry County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Damon Lowe said the victim was … more
Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) McKenzie, Machine Tool Instructor, Zak Crider, was awarded the Tenn. Postsecondary Advisor of the Year for his dedicated service to TCAT McKenzie and … more
TREZEVANT — The third public hearing in as many meetings was held last Tuesday, April 9 prior to the monthly council session. The first two public meetings outlined issues with the water and … more
The Henry County Sheriff’s Office responded to 8518 Hwy 79 South this morning at 11:36 am to a report of a home on fire. Upon officers and firefighter’s arrival to the home, belonging … more
Carroll County Electric Department is installing fiber optics as part of its rollout of the new electronic meters that will be installed at each and every customer’s location. The new meters … more
ROCHESTER, NY — The Bethel University Wildcat D4 Hockey team beat Michigan State 4-1 Sunday morning and moved to the title match in the 2019 National Collegiate Roller Hockey Championships in … more
McKenzie Community Sunrise ServiceEaster Sunday, April 20 Community Sunrise Services are scheduled for 7 a.m. at Johnson Temple CME Church on Walnut Avenue near Webb School. Reverend Chris Johnson of … more
McKENZIE (April 11) — McKenzie Mayor and Council voted Thursday to seek proposals for the collection and disposal of solid waste (garbage) for the residential and business community. The sealed … more
NASHVILLE (April 10) — Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee appointed Carma Dennis McGee to the Tennessee Court of Appeals, Western Section. She will replace Judge Brandon O. Gibson who was … more
McKENZIE (April 4) — Two McKenzians- one adult and one juvenile were arrested on drug charges following a traffic stop on Clear Lake Road in McKenzie.Hunter Stafford, 18, and an undisclosed … more
MARTIN (April 13) — State Representative Andy Holt (R-Dresden) addressed approximately 100 persons during a multi-hour forum concerning Tennessee’s proposed Education Savings Account at … more
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