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After 75 years, World War II veteran, Jerry Dunlap, 94, was awarded his high school diploma. With the help of Terry Frazier and the Weakley County Board of Education Office, Dunlap’s dream of a … more
McKENZIE (February 28) — Tina Galey was given a fond farewell by co-workers Friday at the McKenzie branch of the Bank of Gleason.Galey, a branch administrative assistant, retired after 20 years … more
McKENZIE (February 28) — Christie Dawn Shepherd, 41, of Kenton has a storied life of drug use, drug sales, jail time in 12 jails and two prisons. Today, she is out of jail and evangelizing for … more
Pictured is William Smith with daughter Geniece Shands, granddaughters Amy Pruitt and Crystal Winters and great-grandchildren Carson, Nolan, Kelsey and Mila. more
Linda Carol Smothers and Jackie Lynn Allen are happy to announce their upcoming marriage on Saturday, March 7, 2020.The ceremony is at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church at 2 p.m. with music beginning … more
Michelle Mitchell was honored for three years of service to The Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Enrichment Center during the Lyle Lovett Concert. Mitchell served as the CEO of the Center. Pictured … more
The family of William H. Smith of McKenzie, Tennessee invite all friends and relatives to attend a 90th birthday celebration on Saturday, February 8, 2020 from 3-5:30 p.m. at the Carroll Bank & … more
McKENZIE (January 16) — Winners of VFW Post 4939’s annual Voice of Democracy speech contest were honored at the post Thursday.Earning first place was Anna Callahan. In second place was … more
PARIS (January 25) — Emily Raines was crowned Hostess Princess for the 2020 World’s Biggest Fish Fry Saturday night. The 67th Annual Pageant was at the Krider Performing Arts Center in … more
Lydia High, a sixth grader at McKenzie Middle School, was recently awarded first place among fifth through eighth graders in the national “School Block Challenge” quilting contest … more
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