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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced Major General Tommy H. Baker will serve in his cabinet as commissioner for the Department of Veterans Services, effective immediately. more
McKENZIE — Webb School, Walnut Avenue, McKenzie, has a new sign to denote it is the home of Northwest Tennessee Head Start and the Webb School Historical Museum. more
McKENZIE (April 9) — The McKenzie Chamber of Commerce and the City of McKenzie welcomed ABC Discount Grocery to downtown McKenzie. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held inside the store to … more
David Jarrett, owner of McKenzie City Florist and More, lost his battle with brain cancer this week. David was retired from the National Guard and his wife, Michele, retired from the Social Security Administration. They have three wonderful adult children Morgan Richards, Zachary and Evan Jarrett. more
McKENZIE (March 23) — Rotary Club of McKenzie held its bi-weekly meeting at McKenzie Station Bar and Grill on Tuesday, March 23 at noon. It is located on Broadway Street in downtown McKenzie. more
  McKENZIE — Nathan Warden, manager of Carroll Lake was the featured speaker at the McKenzie Rotary Club on April 6.Warden works for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and also … more
McKENZIE (April 3) — Overflow Church, located on Highland Drive, McKenzie, hosted an Easter Carnival in front of the church, which was the former Rural King. more
  HUNTINGDON (April 2) - U.S. Congressman David Kustoff visited Carroll County on Friday, April 2 at the invitation of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce.To achieve social distancing, the … more
GREENFIELD, Tenn. (April 1, 2021) — Biggs’ Greenhouses, Inc. has served the people of West Tennessee for 41 years with healthy, locally-grown bedding plants for decor or vegetable … more
McKENZIE (March 25) — In 2018, David and Michele Jarrett put their entrepreneurial spirit in high gear as they opened McKenzie City Florist & More. Fast forward four years, the Jarretts are celebrating their successful endeavors and were recently presented the Rising Star Award from the Regional Tennessee Small Business Development Center. The Jarretts were joined by family members, city officials as Landy Fuqua, director of the TSBDC at the UT Martin REED Center, made the presentation. more
McKENZIE (March 20) — Members of the McKenzie High School Class of 2021 and their parents hosted the 2021 version of “Great Pretenders” as a fund raiser for the annual Project Graduation, a post-graduation celebration of the class. more
HUNTINGDON (March 26) Sharron Holland retired from Baptist Memorial Hospital - Carroll County after 42 years of combined service at the former county-owned hospital and its successor, Baptist Health … more
McKENZIE (March 11) — High-achieving students at McKenzie High School were honored during the 36th annual Honors Program on Thursday, March 11 in the MHS Gymnasium. Student honorees were seated at floor-level and due to the pandemic, the limited-sized, socially-distanced audience was seated in the bleachers. more
HUNTINGDON (March 2) — A parade, a giant American flag hoisted on the ladder of Huntingdon Fire Department ladder truck, and gifts were the fare of the day for Cindy Holladay, the longest-serving employee of the County of Carroll, who retired recently. Huntingdon Mayor Dale Kelley represented a resolution naming the day as Cindy Holladay Day in Huntingdon. more
HUNTINGDON (March 1) — Brandi Beamon is the new administrator at Harmony Hill assisted living in Huntingdon. more
HUNTINGDON (March 12) — State Representative Tandy Darby (R-Greenfield) was the featured speaker at the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Briefing. Chamber President Brad … more
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