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McKENZIE (February 26) — Bethel University announces the winners of the Hendrix Scholarship Competition. After a rigorous selection process, Jayden Hendricks from Cottontown, Tenn., and Lauryn Russell from Paris, Tenn. have emerged as the recipients of this esteemed scholarship. more
Growing up, I had a love/hate relationship with my birthday, of all things. From the minute I was born, 12:40 a.m. to be exact. I was robbed of something every other person takes for granted: their birth date. more
McKENZIE (February 5) — Tate Surber, a junior at McKenzie High School, landed his 1,000th career point on Monday in a contest with Big Sandy. more
Who said handwritten letters are a thing of the past? Well for one local boy, it is an art that pays forward 1000%. more
McKENZIE (February 8) — Landon Priestley, an Eagle Scout candidate, received permission from the McKenzie City Council to use the City’s property for his scout project during the February meeting. more
DEARBORN, Mich. (February 7) — Local elected officials and other state economic leaders for the inaugural “West Tennessee Ford Fly-In” to Detroit/Dearborn. more
HUNTINGDON (February 9) — State Representative Brock Martin (R-Huntingdon) was the featured speaker in the first of three Capitol Talk sponsored by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce. more
HERMITAGE (February 8) — McKenzie Lady Rebel Senior Savannah Davis was named finalists for the 2024 TSSAA Class 1A’s Miss Basketball award. more
CANTON, Ohio (February 8) — Former Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School and San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis was named one of seven players inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 2024 class on Thursday night. Willis, a native of Bruceton, left an indelible mark on the game with his exceptional talent and dedication to the sport. more
There was a day when West Tennessee native and Kansas City Chiefs’ starting guard, Trey Smith, wondered if he’d ever play football again, let alone make it to multiple Super Bowls. That … more
Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) has added McKenzie native Max Arnold Jr. to its football coaching staff. Arnold will serve as the special teams quality control coach for the Blue Raiders. more
On Tuesday, January 23, 2024, in Gleason’s game at Dresden, Drake Lehmkuhl surpassed the 1,000-point Club for his career at Gleason High School. Drake was able to accomplish this feat in just 60 games. more
Sadarius Hutcherson, a Huntingdon graduate and native, continues to keep his football career alive. From the University of South Carolina to blocking for Tom Brady in the NFL, Hutcherson has landed in Washington, D.C. with the Defenders in the UFL. more
McKENZIE (January 23) — McKenzie High School senior Mikaela Reynolds chose to continue her education at Bethel University and is the newest signee for the Lady Wildcats Basketball Team. During a signing event at MHS on Tuesday, a school snow day, family, friends and Lady Rebels teammates join in the celebration. more
Members of the McKenzie High School Homecoming Royalty were selected by nominations from each homeroom. The M-Club then selected the five beautiful young ladies being presented Friday. The basketball teams and cheerleaders chose the queen from these five young ladies. more
Since joining the Lady Vols Basketball Team in Knoxville, Greenfield’s Tess Darby basketball legacy has grown exponentially. Darby’s skills from beyond the arc put her in the record book of the storied program. more
Dixie Carter, a native of McLemoresville and a 1957 graduate of Huntingdon High School is the namesake for the Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center in Huntingdon. more
MURFREESBORO (January 20) — Chloe Mitchell, 16, daughter of Janet Mitchell of Huntingdon, earned fourth maid in the Tennessee Fairest of the Fair contest on Saturday, January 20 in Murfreesboro. She is a student at Huntingdon High School, where she runs Cross County and is a member of HOSA more
HUNTINGDON — Billy Dillahunty, 90, a former automobile dealer and Huntingdon councilman died Sunday, January 14 at Harmony Hill Assisted Living. more
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