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The Red Caboose opened Monday, July 18, in McKenzie’s downtown, beside the McKenzie Station Splash Pad. more
Gleason School Alumni Association Lifetime Charter Members, 1940s and 1950s were honored July 17, 2022, at a reception/recognition ceremony at First United Methodist Church in Gleason Tenn. more
HUNTINGDON (July 15) — What county officials hoped would be a day of celebration instead resulted in disgust when the time capsule buried July 28, 1972 was opened. more
HUNTINGDON (July 7) — Robyn Hatler, Public Health Educator 2, Carroll County Health Department was the featured guest at the Carroll County Library’s summer children’s program on July 7. more
What better way to celebrate Christmas in July than announcing a new holiday experience scheduled for Saturday, December 3 - Christmas at The Dixie! more
The summer concert series Nights on Broadway continued July 7 with the Ray Lewis Band. The event, typically at Banner Row, relocated to McKenzie’s Park Theatre due to excessive heat in the area. more
Tomatoes, Tomatoes, Tomatoes! Be sure to come out for our Farmers Market Tomato Festival Saturday, July 16 from 8 a.m. to noon when we celebrate all things tomatoes. Peruse your home gardens for tomatoes to enter our contests for “Largest Tomato,” “Weirdest Looking Tomato,” and “Best Looking Tomato.” more
Ava Warman, a student at McKenzie High School, placed third in the nation in Visual Arts Division I at the 2022 National Beta Convention. The convention was July 1-4 at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville. more
ATWOOD (July 5) — National Beta members from West Carroll Elementary and West Carroll Junior Senior High school worked over the last few months to prepare for the National Beta Convention. This summer, the two schools amassed sixteen national placements. more
Weakley County, Tenn. (July 2022) - The public may have assumed when the Summer Scholars program concluded that schools and teachers had the next few weeks to put their feet up and enjoy some … more
PARIS, Tenn. (July 2022) —Henry County Medical Center, with collaboration from other local health professionals and stakeholders, is working on a road map to health for the people of Henry … more
MILAN, Tenn. (July 2022) — New varieties, research programs and recommendations are just some of the topics to be discussed in the Hemp Economics, Production and Disease Management Tour at the … more
HUNTINGDON (July 8) - What better way to celebrate Christmas in July than announcing a new holiday experience scheduled for Saturday, … more
McKENZIE (July 2) — Our Saturday Farmers Market had a variety of great vendors bringing in over 300 customers. Gardens are coming in, and we had tomatoes, onions, yellow squash, zucchini, onions, cabbage, herbs, and eggs. more
McKENZIE (June 29) — A 100-foot tall tree was removed from the downtown Veterans Memorial Park on Wednesday, June 29. The tree was heavily damaged and rotten in much of the top. more
HUNTINGDON (June 30) — Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County recently celebrated Independence Day with a ceremony honoring team members who have served in the United States military. more
The City of McKenzie celebrated the end of June with the biweekly Nights on Broadway event Thursday, June 30. The Cool Daddy Band performed to a crowd of fans while attendees enjoyed snacks and treats from Hawg County BBQ, Ry Ro Lemonade and Rolling Snow (courtesy of Michael King). more
HUNTINGDON (June 30) — What is natural gas and what does it do? The children visiting the Carroll County Library learned those answers on June 30 from West Tennessee Public Utilities, the local natural gas distributor. more
The City of McKenzie recently contracted Mike Mazza of Mazza’s Painting to repaint the city’s historic caboose, which is located downtown to the left of McKenzie’s Splash Pad. The caboose had never been repainted since its arrival to McKenzie. more
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