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CARROLL COUNTY — Every customer of Carroll County Electric will soon have a brand new, Honeywell Elster electric meter that will eventually eliminate the need for door-to-door human meter … more
The Rebels will be counting on community support as they compete for a state championship beginning Thursday. To Attend: The TSSAA State Basketball Tournaments are played at the Murphy Center … more
Geir Helgemo, the world’s number one ranked bridge player, has been suspended by the World Bridge Federation for failing a drug test. I’d never heard of Mr. Helgemo and I’m sorry … more
10 YEARS AGO — Lisa Powell, store manager of Factory Connection in McKenzie, was named Rookie Manager of the Year for the 228-store chain.*Dr. Dennis Wieck joined Henry County Medical Center as … more
On January 24 a break-in was reported to the Weakley County Sheriff’s Department in which over 40 guns were stolen from a residence on Tumbling Creek Road, east of Gleason. These guns had a … more
HUNTINGDON — A Lexington man is incarcerated in the Henderson County Jail after leading a high-speed chase by multiple agencies through three counties. His flight ended in Huntingdon with a … more
TREZEVANT (March 1) — Centennial Bank, Trezevant has reached an agreement to acquire Chester County Bank, Henderson, and Farmers & Merchants Bank, Adamsville.The resulting organization will … more
McKENZIE — Emily Bolin, a senior at McKenzie High School, just returned from Washington, D.C., where she represented McKenzie and the state of Tennessee in the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ … more
McKENZIE (March 8) — Henry County Medical Center hosted a health fair Friday at McKenzie City Hall.According to Lori Stambaugh, RN, HCMC Community Educator, the event was intended to inform … more
The Governor’s Books from Birth is a program that provides every child ages 0-5 with a free book once a month. A new book is mailed to your child each month until the child turns five years … more
Bethel University will host the Dr. James Potts History Symposium on Thursday, March 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the Ayers Lecture Hall located on the first floor of the Morris Science Complex. The featured … more
Students at McKenzie Special School District will receive an extra one-half day off if the McKenzie High School Boys Basketball Team wins on Thursday at the Class 1A state basketball tournament in … more
The McKenzie Banner is providing a special printed section featuring the McKenzie Rebels 2018-19 Basketball Team. It has photographs and statistics from this season and individual photographs of the … more
McKENZIE/WASHINGTON DC — A McKenzie city marshal, who was slain during an ambush on December 7, 1898 in McKenzie, Tennessee, will be memorialized in two ceremonies.City Marshal A.D. Bryant was … more
Sewer customers in Clarksburg will experience an increase in their sewer bills beginning with the March bills as a result of action taken during the regular meeting of Clarksburg’s Mayor and … more
State Senator John Stevens, and State Representatives Andy Holt and Curtis Halford participated in a legislative reception on Monday, March 4, 7 a.m., at McKenzie City Hall.The three presented Mayor … more
HUNTINGDON — Carroll County commissioners will vote on a resolution to contract with a new provider of rural, residential solid waste collection and disposal during the March 11 meeting.Red … more
As part of McKenzie’s sesquicentennial celebration, citizens are invited to share photos and stories of the city’s history for a timeline to be curated by Carroll Arts and displayed … more
10 YEARS AGO — McKenzie’s Street Department installed the city’s new emergency alarm siren system after the previous system was damaged by a lightning strike. *Construction began … more
I gave a talk last week at the Port St. Joe Public Library. It got off to a horrible start. I was supposed to be speaking on the hurricanes of 1841 and ’44, and how they hastened the demise of … more
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