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McKENZIE (January 2022) — The steel is being erected on Bethel University’s new chapel adjacent to the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment.  more
JACKSON (December 22, 2022) — Three hundred forty-six students have been named to the Union University President’s List for the fall 2022 semester. more
State Representative Tandy Darby (R-Greenfield) spoke to Youth Leadership Carroll County on December 7. more
McKENZIE — For Joe McGuigan, graduating with his Bachelor of Arts in History on December 10 from Bethel University was just the next chapter in an already full and wildly diverse life. more
McKENZIE (December 16) — Bethel University recognizes undergraduates for their outstanding academic work. Dr. Walter Butler, president of Bethel University, announced the College of Arts and Sciences fall semester 2022 Honor Roll and Dean’s List student achievements.  more
Will McBride, of McKenzie, received a bachelor’s degree in agricultural engineering Dec. 10 during the University of Tennessee at Martin fall commencement held in the Kathleen and Tom Elam … more
Members of the McKenzie High School Class of 1967 held their 55-year reunion on October 8 at McKenzie Church of Christ. more
DRESDEN (November 29)  — Area high school and college students now have a new opportunity for global travel, thanks to a new, local non-profit organization, Global Citizen Adventure Corps (GCAC).  more
Jackson Cassidy and Lilly Sumrok were selected as Mr. and Miss McKenzie High School by their fellow students. more
McKENZIE — Bethel University conferred 252 diplomas during its winter commencement on Saturday, December 10 in the Crisp Arena. more
McKENZIE — Bethel University will host the 2023 Hendrix Scholarship competition on February 24-25, 2023 with the application deadline set for February 16. more
The McKenzie School Board will meet for their monthly session on Tuesday, December 6, at 5:30 p.m. with a short agenda. Board members will consider the proposed 2023-2024 School Calendar for approval. more
The West Carroll Special School District (WCSSD) Board of Education holds its work session on Thursday, December 1, at 5:30 p.m. in the West Carroll Junior-Senior High School cafeteria. Agenda items include the budget overview, Director of Schools evaluation instrument and the five-year plan.  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
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
HUNTINGDON (November 11) — Huntingdon High School held its annual Veterans Day program in the high school library because of audio issues in the gym. more
McKENZIE (November 11) — Continuing a long-standing tradition, McKenzie High School hosted area veterans and presented a program to honor their service to America. The 10 a.m. ceremony on Veterans Day is conducted annually by the Student Government Association and features student presenters, the MHS Band and a featured speaker who served in the military. more
PARIS (November 5) — The Marching War Eagles of West Carroll High School traveled to Henry County High School this past weekend to compete in the Division I Tenn. State Marching Band Championships. Even with the rain and wind the band went into their preliminary performance with the best show to date, according to the news release. more
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