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Community Focus
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SUMMER READING PARTNERS — Cox Oil continues the tradition of giving back to the community with a $2,000 donation to the Carroll County Library’s Summer Reading Program. These donations fund all library-provided summer programming. more
McKENZIE (July 3) — The children’s activity at the McKenzie Farmers’ Market on Saturday, July 3 was to make homemade ice cream. more
McKENZIE (June 29) — Sandi Roditis is the 2021-22 president of McKenzie Rotary Club following the installation banquet on June 29 at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Matt Lane, president 2020-21 administered the oath of office to Roditis. more
McLEMORESVILLE (July 4) — The City of McLemoresville hosted its annual July 4th celebration on Sunday in the downtown area with music, a cake walk, parade and food. Mayor Phil Williams welcomed everyone to the city, emceed the event, led the parade, and was the announcer for the cake walk. The Legends Band performed country music for the evening’s entertainment leading to the fireworks show at dark. more
McKENZIE (July 3) — Area residents of McKenzie enjoyed the fourth of July one day early this year because the official holiday was on Sunday. The day started with a children’s parade on Banner Row, followed by events at the Farmers’ Market and ending the celebration at City Park with a fireworks show, where spectators filled the park and side roads to watch the aerial show. Four children participated in the Children’s Parade including Gage Winchester, Ezra Grisham, Cali Diller, and Ava Diller. Uncle Sam (Dan Grisham) led the parade and Steve Bomar provided the music with pre-recorded soundtracks. Mayor Jill Holland and Jennifer Waldrup gave each of the participants novelty items for their participation. more
McKENZIE — A ribbon cutting ceremony for Magnolia Mercantile Co., located on 17 Broadway in McKenzie, was held Monday, June 28. For its grand opening, the store sold all bar soaps, bath bombs and shower steamers for only $5 each. more
PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis. (June 27) — Paratriathlete Amy Dixon of Encinitas, California, and her guide, Kirsten Sass of McKenzie, claimed the bronze medal Sunday at the Americas Triathlon Para Championships, held as part of the Pleasant Prairie Triathlon hosted by Race Day Events, giving the pair hopes for a spot on the U.S. Paralympic Triathlon Team. more
HUNTINGDON (June 19) — Local children performed in the Missoula Children’s Theatre production of Alice in Wonderland at the Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center on Saturday, June 19. more
Saturday was a busy day at the McKenzie Farmers Market with over 260 customers visiting 13 vendors. Although a few of the regular vendors were not able to be there, we welcomed several new vendors which we hope will become regulars.  more
PARIS (June 15) — Forever Communications showcased its remodeled studio in downtown Paris on Tuesday, June 15. more
Bella Batton, 9, earned the title of Little Miss Tennessee Volunteer Saturday afternoon at Jackson’s Carl Perkins Center. The pageant began at 2 p.m. and ended over two hours later with a crowning ceremony, where Bella was crowned queen. more
PARIS/HENRY COUNTY — The Tennessee River Jam festival in Paris,/Henry County was June 17 through June 20, with over four days of music and entertainment with 27 artists, 15 concerts and eight venues. more
BUCHANAN — The Lodge at Paris Landing State Park is estimated to open this fall, according to park officials. The 90-room lodge will provide hotel resort-style vacation rentals on Kentucky Lake near Land Between the Lakes. Features of the lodge include a modern room design, conference space, a full-service restaurant, a bar and a lounge overlooking Kentucky Lake. more
HUNTINGDON — Retired Air Force Colonel James C. Harding of Huntingdon will be honored for his 87th birthday with a resolution from the Tennessee General Assembly at a celebration at the Carroll County Civic Center.  more
McKENZIE (June 17) — McKenzie Main Street’s Nights On Broadway kicked off Thursday, June 17 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the downtown Veterans Memorial Park in downtown McKenzie. Local residents enjoyed the music of the band that performed classic rock and other music. more
A bumper crop of fresh produce, delicious baked goods, and unique crafts brought in over 260 customers to the market on Saturday. We also had a drawing for a delicious apple coffee cake made by Kathryn McDonald and a pound of David Featherston’s fresh roasted Front Porch Coffee. Shirley Nanney was the winning ticket holder. more
HUNTINGDON — Cachengo With A Heart held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday to celebrate the opening of the counseling service. Janae Young of Huntingdon, a licensed counselor, opened the space in the former service station of C.B. Kee on South Main Street in Huntingdon. Organizing the event was the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce. more
Alpha and Omega Counseling held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday in the former CB Kee Service Station on South Main, Huntingdon. It provides full counseling services in offices provided by Cachengo With A Heart. more
McKENZIE (June 11) — A new division of Haven Steel Products, Inc., the leading supplier of spring steel components, opened in McKenzie on 25570 Highway 22 N. more
McKENZIE (June 9) — Hometown Hangout hosted its Ribbon Cutting celebration Wednesday at 4 p.m., where the staff offered the first 25 customers one free scoop of ice cream or a small shaved ice. All customers from Wednesday were entered into a raffle to win a $50 gift certificate.  more
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