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The Tennessee College of Applied Technology hosted its inaugural Tech Discovery Camp for rising eighth graders May 23-27. Fourteen students, recommended by McKenzie Middle School staff based on various criteria, spent the week rotating between four technical programs: Industrial Maintenance, Welding, Automotive, and Machine Tools. By the end of the week, each student spent a total of one day in each program. more
McKENZIE — On this Memorial Day, Bethel University and the Wildcat Athletic Department takes time to remember and thank all those who have served and paid the ultimate sacrifice. We are grateful for their protection of our freedoms and way of life. This theme is an everyday theme for those who visit Wildcat Stadium. more
Martin (May 1) — Several Carroll County Students received awards at the University of Tennessee at Martin’s annual Honors Day Ceremony. more
MARTIN (May 25) — Austin Maxwell, of McKenzie, was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Army during a ceremony May 6 at the University of Tennessee at Martin. more
Owen Crocker and Tate Crews were chosen from Hollow Rock-Bruceton High School to represent the American Legion Post 180 at Boys State 2022. Michael Crosby will act as an alternate to Crocker and Crews for the program. more
PARIS (May 23) — Austin (AJ) Maxwell, a Survey Technician at L.I. Smith and Associates (LIS), received the Tennessee Association of Professional Surveyors (TAPS) Student of the Year Award. Maxwell received this award on March 4.  more
Gleason High School held its 2022 commencement activities on Friday, May 20, in the school’s gymnasium. Twenty-seven seniors graduated with Cameron Thompson as valedictorian, Grace Marie Long as salutatorian and Hannah Grace Stafford as class president. more
McKENZIE (May 10) — Beginning immediately, Bethel University’s College of Professional Studies (CPS) will offer all Carroll County residents one tuition-free course toward select associate and bachelor’s degree programs. more
CARROLL COUNTY — The five special school districts in Carroll County held commencement exercises last week and issued 284 diplomas. more
TREZEVANT (May 3) — U.S. Congressman David Kustoff (TN-08) visited with West Carroll Elementary and Junior High students participating in the SIFMA Foundation’s Capitol Hill Challenge program, underwritten by the Charles Schwab Foundation. This national 14-week financial education competition pairs individual members of Congress with public schools in every congressional district, equipping middle and high school students to become financially capable and civics-minded. more
The spring trimester at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in McKenzie ended with graduation on April 25, 2022. more
McKENZIE (May 2) — McKenzie High School Marching Rebels celebrated a year of competition and concert performances at a year-end banquet on Tuesday, May 2 at the MHS Cafeteria. more
The West Carroll School Board met for their regular monthly meeting on Thursday evening, May 5 with a number of items on the agenda. more
McKENZIE (May 7) — Bethel University conferred 307 degrees on Saturday, May in the Crisp Arena on the McKenzie campus. Graduates were conferred degrees on the levels of Associates, Bachelors and Masters for both in-person and online students. more
McKENZIE (May 3) — The construction of a new multi-purpose building is one step closer following the action of the Board of Education of the McKenzie Special School District. The Board approved the issuance of debt, which allows the bond agent to seek buyers for the debt. more
West Carroll Future Business Leaders of America compete at the state level with two members advancing to nationals. more
McKenzie School Board meets Tuesday, May 3, 5:30 p.m. at McKenzie Middle School Library. more
McKENZIE (April 22) — Officials at Bethel University announce the university and the City of McKenzie signed a memorandum of understanding to offer full-time city employees a 25% tuition discount in its College of Professional Studies. more
HUNTINGDON (April 21) — All campuses of the Huntingdon Special School District will be converted to light-emitting diode (LED) lighting following the unanimous vote of the Huntingdon Board of Education. The $559,875 project is ‘self-funded’ through energy savings over the 12 year term. more
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