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PARIS, Tenn. – Due to inclement weather, Henry County Medical Center has the following clinic closures for Monday, January 31, 2023: Eagle Creek Clinic – (731) 407-7013 Paris … more
On Saturday, January 21, 2023, the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Inspire program met for its first session. Students were assigned to design and build a working Ferris wheel from wooden popsicle sticks. more
McKenzie — The physical roadside sign that welcomed passersby to McKenzie and Bethel University must be totally removed because it encroaches on the state right of way on State Route 22N. more
TREZEVANT (January 10) — Three Trezevant Councilman were administered the oath of office after winning their respective races in the November 2022 election. more
McLEMORESVILLE (January 10) — Mayor Phil Williams was recently re-elected to a four-year term in McLemoresville. His tenure as mayor began in 1977 following a four-year term as councilman, which began in 1973. He has served the citizens of McLemoresville for fifty years. more
McKENZIE (January 12) — After December’s wintery mix, the City of McKenzie has agreed to purchase a snow plow implement to help with the flow of traffic through downtown. more
Lisa Stewart from McKenzie Banking Company presents Becky Burkhalter, office manager of the Carroll County Habitat for Humanity, a check for $2500 from the Charles P. Wilson Foundation. more
Stephen and Jack Brown participated in the annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church-McKenzie. more
HUNTINGDON (December 22) — Larry Logan was honored for his service to the judiciary by the Carroll County Bar Association on Thursday, December 22 at 4 p.m. Logan served as the Carroll County General Sessions Judge and Juvenile Judge for 41 years. more
McKENZIE — The year 2022 was a successful year for the McKenzie Industrial Board, landing new jobs for the county of Carroll. and city of McKenzie. As a year-end announcement, Tennessee Economic and Community Development announced the receipt of a $417,525 grant for the McKenzie Industrial Park-South at Carroll County Airport. more
A sudden drop in temperatures, mixed with rains that turned to snow, coupled with sub-zero temperatures wreaked havoc person in the Eastern United States. more
Will McBride, of McKenzie, received a bachelor’s degree in agricultural engineering Dec. 10 during the University of Tennessee at Martin fall commencement held in the Kathleen and Tom Elam … more
McKENZIE — John Rufli, executive director of Friends of Land Between the Lakes, was the featured speaker at the Rotary Club of McKenzie on Tuesday, December 6.  more
One of the oldest and most important roads in West Tennessee was the Christmasville Road built by western Carroll County settlers in the 1820s.  more
McKENZIE (November 22) — Members of the Rotary Club of McKenzie toured Pottery Direct, one of McKenzie’s newest manufacturers on Tuesday, November 22. The company is located in the North McKenzie Industrial Park (Airport Park). more
McKENZIE (December 13) — Rotary Club of McKenzie donated $1,000 to the McKenzie Rebels football program in an effort to purchase championship rings for the 2022 Class 1A State Championships. more
NASHVILLE — Senator John Stevens, Representative Tandy Darby, Representative Brock Martin and Secretary of State Tre Hargett supported the Carroll County Library with a $4,872 Training Opportunities for the Public (TOP) grant. The grant provides computer literacy instructors and wi-fi hotspots for their patrons and a $1,178 Technology grant for new software and equipment.  more
HUNTINGDON (December 11) — The Town of Huntingdon held its annual Christmas parade Sunday afternoon. more
MILAN (December 6) — The Tennessee Military Department hosted a ceremonial ribbon cutting at the Tennessee National Guard’s Milan Volunteer Training Site celebrating the beginning of expanded operations on Tuesday, December 6.  more
McKENZIE — Jeff and April Wilson are excited to be serving their hometown of McKenzie and surrounding area through the launch of their premium, fresh pet food and supplies company, Pet Wants Jackson. more
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