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McKENZIE — After almost 50 years in the insurance business, Beverly Ellis has retired. She worked with Maddox Insurance for the past 24 years. more
MARTIN (January 2022) — Andrea Ferguson Harrington was appointed as the new manager of the Weakley County Municipal Electric System. The system’s board of directors selected her to replace Faron Collins, who is retiring after 45 years at the job. more
HUNTINGDON (January 15) — The weather forecast included a major snow event but that did not deter the sold-out audience from attending the Saturday evening performance by Henry Cho at The Dixie Performing Arts Center. more
Mrs. Wilma Pearson, “born and reared” in Henry, Tenn., holds preaching and helping others close to her heart. Over time, Mrs. Pearson has received the Knoxville Department Bronze Woman of the Year, the Appreciation Award, the third runner-up Queen of Elks, the Outstanding Award as Concerned Citizen, and the Woodmen of the World Hometown Hero award, among several others. more
PARIS — Samuel David Gilbert was born at 4:51 p.m. on Monday, January 3, becoming the first baby born at Henry County Medical Center in 2022. Samuel, who is the son of Bill and Tara Gilbert of Camden, TN arrived weighing 8 pounds, 1 ounce and was 19 inches long. more
McKENZIE (January 6) — A winter weather system dropped significant snowfall in Tennessee during what Nashville’s State Emergency Operations Center declared a Level 3 - State of Emergency. more
On New Year’s Day, Annias Haney participated in the 2022 Rose Bowl Parade in Pasadena, California. Haney, the assistant director of Humboldt High School Band, marched as a part of the Gibson County Mass Band representing Tennessee. The Gibson County Mass Band includes students from Humboldt, Peabody, Milan, South Gibson, and Gibson County high school bands. more
PARIS — Henry County Medical Center earned national recognition recently when one of its medical students took second place in the National Student Case Submission for the American College of Osteopathic Internists (ACOI). more
Mark Maddox, Weakley County Schools Director of Student Services, was honored at the Tennessee Educational Technology Conference with the Making IT Happen Award from the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). more
Twelve local business, civic and government leaders graduated from the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce 2021 Adult Leadership Class on November 17, 2021. Since its inception in 1990, 419 people have graduated from the Adult Leadership program. more
McKENZIE — Richard Clay Wilson of McKenzie has earned his Eagle Scout Award, according to Boy Scout Troop 78 of McKenzie. This award is earned by only 4 percent of Scouts nationwide. more
McKENZIE (December 20)—This year, an anonymous citizen created a wreath contest exclusive to McKenzie’s downtown businesses. The wreaths were to be related to each business and presented by McKenzie’s Open House in November. more
On December 8, 2021, Youth Leadership Carroll County toured a few businesses in Carroll County. more
McKENZIE (December 7) — McKenzie Rotary Club had Janae Young as the featured speaker at its December 7 meeting. more
Carroll Arts, Inc. and the City of McKenzie presented “A Mistletoe Christmas” Variety Show on Thursday night, December 2 at the Park Theatre. An almost full house enjoyed music, songs, comedy, and skits to help usher in McKenzie’s Mistletoe Christmas celebration. Local performers displayed a wide range of talents to a most appreciative audience. They included Keith and Melissa Herris, Matthew Struthers, Hollye Rider, Jon and Anna Eaton, Wayne and Trudi Bannister, John William Ervin, Ed Long, Mark Warren, Angie Bruce, Kenny McBride, and the Mistletoe Choir which included Glynda Rich, Allison Cummings, Marlene Kreuter, and Rob Harris. more
BELL BUCKLE, Tenn. (December 1) — Trooper Brenna Smith was named Trooper of the Year for District 3 of the Tennessee Highway Patrol. The McKenzie High School graduate was honored during a ceremony in Bell Buckle Tennessee on December 1. Brenna was also honored in a separate ceremony in Nashville on December 8 by Mothers Against Drunk Drivers. Brenna was credited for removing 26 impaired drivers from the roadways in the year 2020. more
McKENZIE (December 2) — The Refinery, formerly known as Flex Fitness, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the new owners and added gym equipment. more
BRUCETON (December 2) — Patrick Willis has given back to his home community in many ways. The retired NFL player’s most recent effort was the funding for new exercise equipment in the Bruceton City Park. It is called the Fitness Zone. more
Two dozen Tennessee law enforcement officers, including a Henry County Sheriff’s Investigator, have become the newest graduates of the TBI State Academy, built as a professional and specialized training ground for public safety professionals who want to expand their education and training in the criminal justice field. more
Amanda Padilla, a McKenzie High School alumna, graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Tennessee at Martin on May 8, 2021, with a Bachelor of Science in Social Work. more
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