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JACKSON (June 18) — After a week of pageant festivities and competitions, the Miss Tennessee Volunteer Class of 2022 voted Bethel University’s Gracelyn Eaves as Miss Congeniality. more
MARTIN (June 27) — Dr. Joshua Filtz, owner and founder of Magnolia Mercantile Co. in McKenzie, graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin WestStar Leadership Program’s Class of 2022 on June 21 at The Venue at Twin Oaks in Humboldt. more
McKenzie High School Class of 1972 recently held its 50-year reunion at Chandler’s Barn in McKenzie where a catered dinner, old times and fond memories greeted classmates. Stories from yesteryear helped rekindle friendships and the class had a pictorial tribute during the dinner honoring 24 deceased classmates. more
The Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce recently named Lakeway Nutrition the county’s Small Business of the Year. Lakeway Nutrition, owned and operated by LaShonda Williams of McKenzie, sells healthy meal replacement shakes and energy loaded teas to Paris and Henry County residents. more
HUNTINGDON (June 17) — The Hal Holbrook Theater was full with a very appreciative audience on Friday, June 17. They were there for a return performance of multi-platinum entertainer Sara Evans. Evans was reared in a small Missouri community and quickly identified with small-town life. She provided a vibrant concert filled with her many hits. more
Kathy Ham, director of the Beating Hearts Help Center, is the new president of the Rotary Club of McKenzie. Mrs. Ham was installed by immediate past president Sandi Roditis at a banquet on June 14 at Mallard’s Restaurant. more
JACKSON (June 12) — McKenzie native Lola Faye Batton, 8, won queen at the Little Miss Tennessee Volunteer pageant held June 12 at Jackson’s Carl Perkins Civic Center. Lola competed as Little Miss Paris Volunteer. more
PARIS — After more than three decades of service to Henry County Medical Center, Chief Information Officer and Compliance Officer Pam Ridley recently retired from the hospital on June 10. more
MARTIN (June 13) — Madison Barker, of McKenzie, and Kaylee Taylor and Jessica Berry, of Huntingdon, participated in a nurse pinning ceremony May 6 for the University of Tennessee of Martin. more
HUNTINGDON — Two rising-seniors at Huntingdon High School attended the American Legion Boys State in Cookeville this summer. The week-long event trains young men in government and about history. more
Emma Martin, of McKenzie, and Tera Townsend, of Huntingdon, will compete in the Miss Tennessee Volunteer Pageant in Jackson. The pageant begins June 15 and ends with the crowning ceremony on June 18. more
CARROLL COUNTY — Paralympic athletes Kirsten Sass and Amy Dixon coached the No Sight No Limits triathlon camp in Carroll County, June 11 and 12. Amy Dixon, an elite blind paratriathlete and 8-time World Triathlon gold medalist, founded Camp No Sight No Limits in 2017 to help visually-impaired athletes and guides train for future competitions. more
Farmers Home Furniture in McKenzie celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting Thursday, June 2. The grand opening began with a meet and greet with staff at 9 a.m. and a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. more
JAMROCK, McKenzie’s newest eating establishment, celebrated its ribbon cutting and grand opening Friday, June 3. After the ribbon cutting, attendees enjoyed the restaurant’s authentic Jamaican and Puerto Rican cuisine. more
HUNTINGDON (June 2) — With a combined 88 years of service, Mike Williams and Danny Brawner were both honored Thursday, June 2 for their service to Carroll County Electric Department. Both were in leadership of the utility company. more
Nikolas Heath of McKenzie is one of the two interns from the University of Tennessee at Martin (UTM) selected by L.I. Smith & Associates (LIS) for the summer term. The interns will learn from experienced industry professionals while gaining hands-on experience in their chosen fields of study. more
Fresh from finishing her doctorate in Dental Surgery from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, Dr. Katelyn Ridley Robertson is returning to Carroll County to begin her practice at Webb Dental Clinic in Huntingdon. A Carroll County native, Dr. Robertson is ready to serve alongside her lifelong dentist Dr. Billy Webb. more
MARTIN (May 24) — Auria McClerking, of Huntingdon, and Audrie Washburn, of McKenzie, recently completed the University of Tennessee at Martin Veterinary Health Technology Program’s academic requirements. The two are now qualified to complete a six-week field internship with a veterinary clinic or research facility. more
MARTIN (May 25) — Austin Maxwell, of McKenzie, was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Army during a ceremony May 6 at the University of Tennessee at Martin. more
PARIS (May 23) — Austin (AJ) Maxwell, a Survey Technician at L.I. Smith and Associates (LIS), received the Tennessee Association of Professional Surveyors (TAPS) Student of the Year Award. Maxwell received this award on March 4.  more
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