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NASHVILLE (April 2024) — Unemployment rates decreased in all 95 counties of Tennessee during April, according to the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development. more
MARTIN — A three-percent in-state undergraduate tuition increase for UT Martin students was recommended for the 2024-25 academic year by the university’s advisory board Friday, May 17, during the board’s summer meeting in the Boling University Center. more
Gleason was selected to be one of twelve towns in the state to benefit from the Tennessee Downtowns Program, which will benefit downtown Gleason in a variety of ways over the next two years. Angie Lassiter of Gleason Downtown Revitalization, and Mayor Charles Anderson attended the kick-off meeting in Nashville on May 21 for this prestigious program. more
McKENZIE — Musical entertainment returns to downtown McKenzie during the summer with six nightly performances. All performances are free of charge. Spectators are urged to bring a lawn chair. more
MARTIN — The outstanding academic achievements of undergraduate students at the University of Tennessee at Martin have been honored with publication of the Spring 2024 Chancellor’s Honor Rolls for the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, College of Business and Global Affairs, College of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences, College of Engineering and Natural Sciences and the College of Humanities and Fine Arts. more
The Farmers Market at 2451 Cedar Street is opening on June 1 and continues each Saturday until October 19. Saturday hours are 8 a.m. to noon. Tuesday hours are 3 to 6 p.m. more
McKENZIE — McKenzie Memorial Library, Broadway Street, in McKenzie is hosting its Summer Reading Program. more
McKENZIE — Bethel University announces three of its distinguished alumni, Dr. Mark Bell (MBA ’12), Dr. Lisa Tyler (MBA ’11), and Dr. Tiffany McCutcheon (MBA ’09), were awarded the prestigious Martin S. Bressler Distinguished Researcher Award by the Institute for Global Business Research. more
McKENZIE (May 21) — Keith Hodge, new head football coach at McKenzie High School, was the guest speaker at McKenzie Rotary Club on Tuesday, May 21. more
ATWOOD — Building improvements and safety upgrades were the topic of discussion during the May meeting of the West Carroll School Board of Education. more
McKENZIE — Bethel University’s Gaines Pool is slated to close because of the maintenance cost of the indoor swimming pool. more
McKENZIE — Construction will begin later this year on a new administrative and classroom complex at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology at McKenzie. Construction is slated to begin in the fall of 2024 and take more than one year to complete. Bell and Associates is the general contractor. more
TENNESSEE (May 20) — Average gasoline prices in Tennessee have fallen 9.2 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.12/g today, according to GasBuddy’s survey of 3,821 stations in Tennessee. Prices in Tennessee are 9.3 cents per gallon lower than a month ago and stand 1.7 cents per gallon higher than a year ago. The national average price of diesel has fallen 3.3 cents in the last week and stands at $3.86 per gallon. more
Frank Ferrante brought his portrayal of Groucho Marx to the stage of the Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center on Saturday, May 18. He delighted the audience with the comedy of the late actor. more
Maddox Insurance of McKenzie proudly welcomes its newest team member, Morgan Lott. more
Carroll Lake was the beautiful backdrop of a joint meeting of the Carroll County FCE clubs. Macedonia and Bethel/Eastside FCE had a picnic lunch and great conversation, getting to know each other better. There were four members from Macedonia: Martha Peters, president; Sarah Brown, Gaye Coleman, and Judy Gipson; and two members representing Bethel/Eastside: Gail Eubanks, president; and Danita Laman. more
State game wardens cannot enter private property in Tennessee without a warrant, the state’s Court of Appeals ruled last week. The case was originally heard in Circuit Court, 24th Judicial District, by Judge Donald Parish, now retired. Parish ruled TWRA did not have such broad authority. more
NASHVILLE — State Rep. Tandy Darby, R-Greenfield, secured $250,000 in state funding for Special Olympics of Tennessee. more
McKENZIE (May 14) — Members of the Rotary Club of McKenzie heard from Bethel University’s Global Studies program. Stacie Freeman, leader of Bethel University Global Studies, was the featured speaker. She thanked the club members for donating supplies for a service/learning trip to Guatemala, where Bethel students and community members, worked in elementary schools in Guatemala City. Travelers also visited Lake Atitlan, Antiqua, and San Juan. more
McKENZIE (MAY 13) — Associates of the McKenzie Special School District were honored for their service during a year-end dinner held in the National Guard Armory on Monday, May 13. more
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