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McKENZIE — Jeff and April Wilson are excited to be serving their hometown of McKenzie and surrounding area through the launch of their premium, fresh pet food and supplies company, Pet Wants Jackson. more
McKENZIE — Bobby Gee’s Diner is celebrating its tenth anniversary on December 12 and is hosting a celebration. more
The Northwest Tennessee Tourism Board hired Kasey Muench to be the new executive director.  This position is responsible for working throughout the nine-county region to promote and encourage … more
McKENZIE (November 22) — Morning Glory Garden Club planted a cherry tree on the campus of McKenzie City Hall in honor of Mayor Jill Holland. more
Mayor Jill Holland recognized Steve Watson and Garrett Burns on November 22 for their service on the McKenzie City Council. more
STUTTGART, Arkansas (November 26) — Huntingdon High School and Bethel University alumnus Seth Fields won the World Duck Calling Competition Saturday afternoon. more
McKenzie (November 19) — As Miss Volunteer preliminary pageant season grows closer to the end, two new queens were named Saturday evening on Bethel University’s campus. more
McKenzie Middle School announces a member of its cheerleading team, Caitlin Langley, will represent Varsity Spirit, the global leader in cheerleading, dance team and band apparel, camps and competitions and a division of Varsity Brands, the market leader in team sports, school spirit and achievement recognition, in the 2022 Orlando Thanksgiving Tour at The Walt Disney World Resort November 22-25. more
JACKSON (November 8) — Union University’s 2022 Homecoming celebration included the recognition of 19 alumni and friends of the university for outstanding achievements in their respective fields and the presentation of Union’s Homecoming Court, among other activities. more
Daniel Hollowell is always thinking of ways to serve others and provide solutions to area residents. Not, as he said, “to see how much money I can make, but to see something start small and watch it grow.” As an agent with Maddox Insurance since 2013, he enjoys helping people in McKenzie, Huntingdon and Camden protect their largest assets, but he always had a dream of getting into the agricultural industry.  more
GLEASON (November 17) — Edgar Floyd was honored Thursday, November 17 for 37 years of teaching agriculture at Gleason School. more
ATWOOD (November 14) — West Carroll Junior High capped off their homecoming festivities with the crowning of the queen prior to the basketball games against Bradford on Monday, November 14. more
McKenzie Police Chief Ryan White and Assistant Chief Trey Boucher were the featured speakers at the weekly meeting of the Rotary Club of McKenzie on November 1. more
McKENZIE (November 11) — McKenzie’s newest florist, Petals Azola, owned by Angela Diller, held a ribbon cutting Friday. more
HUNTINGDON (November 11) — Veterans Day, an appropriate day to unveil the sign along a portion of Veterans Drive in Huntingdon named in honor of retired Air Force Colonel James C. Harding of Huntingdon. more
McKENZIE — A new welcome sign was erected last week in a partnership with the City of McKenzie and Bethel University. more
Drew Beeler graduated from McKenzie High School in 2020 and hit the ground running. more
HUNTINGDON (October 24) — Carroll County Chamber of Commerce honored businesses, organizations, and individuals during its annual Membership Banquet held at the Carroll County Civic Center on Monday, October 24. more
The McKenzie High School Class of 1959 celebrated their 63rd year reunion on Saturday, October 15, at the Wildwood Wedding and Events venue in McKenzie. more
HUNTINGDON (October 13) — DaVita Dialysis opened its entirely new facility at 50 Taylor Avenue, Huntingdon following a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, October 13. more
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