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McKENZIE — Will Merrick, M.D. began his medical practice on October 1, 2021 at Hometown Health Clinic and is based in McKenzie. Merrick, the son of Dr. Bryan and Betty Merrick, will work as a family practice physician with Hometown Health and its six satellite clinics in Dresden, Gleason, McKenzie, Huntingdon, Bruceton, and Camden. more
MARTIN (October 9) — Saturday evening, McKenzie Rebel alumnus Derek Carr was inducted in the 2021 Athletic Hall of Fame Class at the University of Tennessee at Martin. Carr was the starting quarterback for the Rebels in 2006 and 2007 and helped lead the Rebels to the State Championship Game in 2007. During his two years as starter, Carr threw for 4572 yards and 45 touchdowns. more
The class members of 1981 had their 40th class reunion on Saturday, September 25. more
Hometown Health Clinic has been your local community healthcare provider for more than 40 years, and part of our mission is to engage providers that live and work within the hometown communities they serve. That’s why we are proud to have the opportunity to honor one of our newest providers, Dr. Lakeshia Yarbrough, a native of Huntingdon, Tennessee. more
Janna, daughter of Rebecca Cheatham and the late Arthur Cheatham, grew up in a country area of McKenzie, better known as the “Christmasville Community.” more
McKENZIE — The Legends of the Outdoors™ announces the creation of a new outdoors television show with founder Garry Mason as host of the show. Mason, a professional hunting, and fishing guide for over forty years, founded the Legends of the Outdoors™ in 2002. Mason and his wife, Cindy did so to honor the great men and women of the hunting and fishing industry. more
McKENZIE (September 30) — In a special called meeting, the City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council met Thursday evening to vote on the approval of an at-large voting system. Unanimously on the first reading, the Council voted to abolish the ward system and adopt the at-large system. more
HUNTINGDON (September 25) — Brooke Hodges was honored as the Citizen of the Year and the Parnell Taylor family was honored as the Pioneer Family of the Year during the 28th annual Huntingdon Heritage Day. more
The streets of McKenzie were filled Friday and Saturday, September 24 and 25 with the Sweet Tea and Southern Pickin’s Festival, McKenzie Homecoming and a Bethel football game. more
The McKenzie Rotary Club donated $1,000 to the Beating Hearts Help Center in the memory of the late Sally Shymkiw. Through the club’s Fannye Baxter Moore Fund, the check was presented to Beating Heats Director Kathy Ham. more
KNOXVILLE — Claudia Patrick, a 2020 graduate of McKenzie High School, is a color guard member of The Pride of the Southland for a second year. Claire Cottrill, a 2021 graduate of McKenzie High school, is a first year trumpet player for The Pride Of The Southland. Both were in the McKenzie Marching Rebels Band. more
McKENZIE (September 8) — West Tennessee Public Utilities officials sponsored a luncheon for community leaders to thank them for their support of the natural gas utility. The event was held at Bethel University. They also promised to be progressive, community servants to serve the people, businesses, and industries of a five-county service area. more
HUNTINGDON (September 18) — The third annual Dixie Triathlon was held at the Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreation Lake on Saturday, September 18. Hundreds of competitors raced in one of two races: Sprint Distance: 500 meter swim • 16 mile bike • 5k run or the Olympic Distance: 1.5k swim • 40k bike • 10k run more
Garyn Hilburn, 11, Bruceton, the son of Teresa (David) Cawthon and Wayne (Andrea) Hilburn. He was fishing with his dad on July 10, 2021 and caught a long nosed Gar, 18-pound, 54-inch near Fort Pillow, at Cold Creek in Tenn. Garyn will attend Camden Jr High School, and is in sixth grade this fall. more
The volunteer ushers at The Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center were honored during the annual luncheon to celebrate their service. Ushers are the first faces patrons see as they enter The Dixie. more
CARROLL COUNTY (August 12) — Kirsten Winkler Sass was surprised with the tremendous outpouring of supporters in McKenzie and Huntingdon as she prepared to depart for Toyko for the paralympics. more
The McKenzie Farmers’ Market continues to have an increasing number of customers and vendors each Saturday and Tuesday. Last Saturday, over 320 customers and 17 vendors were there. Some of our regular vendors were out on vacation and we are looking forward to getting them back. We have fewer numbers on Tuesdays, but our great produce vendors continue to bring in customers on Tuesday afternoons. You want to be sure to check the parking lot out during the week because many times, some of our seasonal vendors will set up through the weekdays. more
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