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McKENZIE (December 9) — On Saturday, Hometown Health Clinic hosted the free community event “A Very Merry Hometown Christmas” and held a ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the opening of its newly renovated pediatric center. The event provided children with a chance to get their last-minute gift requests into Santa Claus along with a petting zoo, gift shoppe, a food truck and giveaways to Santa’s lucky little ones. more
McKENZIE (December 5) — Carroll, Henry, and Benton counties are home to subterranean titanium, according to officials with IperionX. The publicly listed company is betting on the future of titanium mining in the northwest Tennessee communities to provide a lightweight, but strong metal for uses as aircraft, military vehicles, and even metal shields for EV batteries on automobiles. more
NASHVILLE — It was a celebration of service of Frank Gibson, a Gleason native, who graduated from his hometown high school in 1965, went to Nashville, and a highly successful career at The Tennessean newspaper and as an advocate for open records. more
A sincere “Thank You” to ALL the friends and family who attended my 100th birthday party and for the cards, gifts, phone calls and FaceTime visits I received. more
GLEASON (December 1) — Gleason Third Grade Teacher, Mrs. Sherri Brawner, received recognition December 1 as the Weakley County Teacher of the Year for grades Pre-K-4. more
McKENZIE (December 2) — Kory Wilson, owner of Superb Training, cut the ribbon signifying the opening of the fitness center. more
McKENZIE (November 27) — It was final tests week at Bethel University for the Fall 2023 seminar. A night of fun honored the students with a late-evening pancake, sausage, and dessert meal. Bethel President Walter Butler along with faculty and staff members prepared and served the students. more
On December 6, 1953, Martha Evelyn Tate married Julian M. “Ted” Coleman of Trezevant at Poplar Springs Baptist Church in the Gann community near Milan. more
McKENZIE (November 30) — Bethel University President Walter Butler and wife, Jennifer were honored by the faculty, staff, and Student Government Association during a reception held in Butler’s honor on Thursday, November 30 at noon. more
McKENZIE (December 2) — December 2, 2023 was a big day of honor for Dr. Walter Butler, president of Bethel University. more
McKENZIE — McKenzie Industrial Board and the McKenzie Chamber of Commerce, along with participating manufacturers in McKenzie, celebrated Manufacturing Week on October 6-13. more
McKENZIE (November 18) — Bethel University hosted the Miss Bethel University Volunteer and the Miss Carroll County Volunteer pageants on Saturday, November 18 on the college campus. more
Stephen Brown, a lifelong McKenzie native and CSX engineer, had the recent honor of working the CSX Santa Train, which runs through parts of Kentucky, Virgina, and Tennessee along the Appalachian Trail. In its 81st year, the Santa Train carried approximately 13 tons of supplies to those along the 110-mile route, consisting of toys, food, wrapping paper, and stuffed backpacks. The train embarked on its 10-hour journey beginning in Pikeville, Kentucky and ending in Kingsport, Tenn. more
McKENZIE (November 6) — Beta Sigma Phi sorority hosted its annual fund-raising luncheon at the McKenzie Church of Christ on November 6. more
McKENZIE (November 18) — Bethel University hosted the Miss Bethel University Volunteer and the Miss Carroll County Volunteer pageants on Saturday, November 18 on the college campus. more
The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) selected two McKenzie natives and brothers as School System Administrators of the Year. more
McKENZE (November14) — Reverend Dr. Bob Watkins will serve as the interim president of Bethel University beginning January 1, 2024. more
HUNTINGDON (November 2) — Quick action by two Huntingdon police officers, their dispatcher, and the Carroll County 911 system is credited for saving the life of a first grade student named Hunter Snider. more
McKENZIE (November 9) — Savannah Davis chose to continue her athletic and academic career at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro. The McKenzie High School senior signed commitment documents on Thursday to play basketball for the university. more
McKENZIE (November 9) — Walter Butler was honored during a reception on Thursday evening in the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment on the campus of Bethel University. more
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