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The Huntingdon Fire and Rescue Department responded to a residential fire at 3:45 a.m. Friday, February 15 at 300 Chick Lane in Huntingdon. The first firefighter on the scene, Captain Doug Pruitt, … more
HUNTINGDON (February 12) — Members of the Huntingdon Town Council approved change orders for construction projects at the recreation park and wastewater lagoon during its February 12 … more
TREZEVANT — Trezevant’s board of aldermen met in regular session last Tuesday, February 12, following a public hearing regarding the town’s water department. The agenda was short … more
McKenzie (February 13) — Christian Care Center expansion was approved Wednesday, February 13 by the McKenzie Design Review Commission. Steve Drummer, a representative with Ken Ross Architects, … more
No matter what is stored in the trunk, a driver’s most precious cargo is his or her passengers. Never is that more apparent than when children are on board.Finding the right car seat can be … more
West Carroll Special School District Board of Education is developing a five-year strategic plan and is seeking input from the community. Recently, following a board retreat with the Tennessee School … more
MCKENZIE, Tenn. –  Bethel University’s Renaissance Theatre will bring the watery magic of Broadway’s The Little Mermaid to the Dixie stage next month, giving theater-goers a … more
I could write a book about Valentine’s Day, 1959. We were pretty much experts on the subject by the sixth grade. Good gosh, we’d been passing out those little cards every year since being … more
HUNTINGDON (February 8) — Baptist Memorial Hospital – Carroll County is expanding its services in McKenzie and Huntingdon with medical services.During a gathering of local, state, and … more
HUNTINGDON — Toby Hampton, M.D., 41, was charged with possession of Schedule II Methamphetamine and domestic assault on January 31.According to a warrant on file in the office of the Carroll … more
In a story in the February 5 issue of The McKenzie Banner there were two errors. The story was about a single-car accident in which teenagers were injured. It also incorrectly listed Zach Edge as the … more
Huntingdon Police Department arrested a Huntingdon woman on January 8 for allegedly taking thousands of dollars for rent and services from tenants at a Huntingdon apartment complex and keeping it for … more
McKENZIE (February 7) — The McKenzie Special School District Board of Education met Thursday with a light agenda including minor budget amendments and policy manual updates.Board members … more
HUNTINGDON — State Representative Curtis Halford spoke at the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce on Friday, February 8. The new legislative session recently started under new governor, Bill … more
ATWOOD (February 7) — The West Carroll School Board met in a lengthy session beginning with a workshop during which they heard a presentation from Brad Davis, Finance Consultant with the State … more
20 YEARS AGO — Governor Don Sundquist re-certified Carroll County as a Three-Star Community for the 14th year.50 YEARS AGO — Showing at the Park Theatre: Hammerhead starring Vince … more
On Thursday, February 14, the City of McKenzie will celebrate our founder, James Monroe McKenzie’s birthday at the freshly renovated depot. As part of McKenzie’s 150th Celebration, … more
Aerial view of downtown McKenzie. File photo published in “A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee,” by The McKenzie Banner in October 2004. more
I didn’t make up the name Frog Jump! I was simply telling a fourth grade class about a baseball rhubarb that happened there. The young boys and girls didn’t believe anyplace could be … more
I would like to address the subject of recycling in Carroll County. We are part of a larger world that is being choked with consumers’ plastics, metals, styrofoam, and aluminum. Large portions … more
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