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Looking Back from our Archives

10/09/18 Edition

Posted 10/10/18

10 YEARS AGO — Traffic was rerouted between Carroll Bank and Trust and Rural King on Highway 79 in McKenzie for curbs to be removed and the road widened to five lanes.20 YEARS AGO — The …

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Looking Back from our Archives

10/09/18 Edition

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10 YEARS AGO — Traffic was rerouted between Carroll Bank and Trust and Rural King on Highway 79 in McKenzie for curbs to be removed and the road widened to five lanes.

20 YEARS AGO — The West Carroll Marching War Eagles took top honors at the Class A-AA State Band Competition in Milan. The band, percussion and color guard received superior ratings, and field commander Kami Lunsford and the color guard both earned Best in Class.

*Dr. John Holancin tendered his resignation from the McKenzie Board of Education, citing too much demand on his time during extensive negotiations between the board and the McKenzie Education Association.

*The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce received a $5,000 state grant to go toward its building fund.

50 YEARS AGO — Showing at the Park Theatre: The Private Navy of Sgt. O’Farrell starring Bob Hope and Phyllis Diller; A Time to Sing starring Hank Williams, Jr. and Ed Begley; and Where Were You When the Lights Went Out? starring Doris Day and Terry Thomas.

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