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ROSWELL, New Mexico (July 7) — Did you hear about the UFO vehicle traveling from Indiana to Roswell, New Mexico for the annual UFO Festival? The driver was pulled over in three states, but ultimately made it in time to be spotted in the AlienFest Light Parade in Roswell on Saturday night, July 6. Law enforcement in Missouri, Oklahoma and New Mexico all got photos with the craft and occupants. more
COTTAGE GROVE, Tenn. (July 4) — Tennessee’s smallest incorporated city always puts on a festival on July 4 in celebration of America’s independence from Great Britain. more
McLEMORESVILLE (July 4) — The town of McLemoresville celebrated the fourth of July in traditional style with a parade, cake walk, music, famous burgers by McLemoresville Fire Department, music, and fireworks. more
McKENZIE (July 4) — Thousands enjoyed the fireworks show at McKenzie City Park on July 4. The traditional show attracts spectators from throughout the region as they observe from inside the park, nearby Bethel University, State Route 22, from the adjacent residential subdivision. more
John Penn Ridgeway is the new Tennessee College of Applied Technology president Henry/Carroll. A committee of the governing body, the Tennessee Board of Regents, selected him. Ridgeway began his service on July 1, following the retirement of TCAT President Willie Huffman. more
HUNTINGDON (July 6) — The town of blue and gold was a town of orange and white as Huntingdon and many surrounding towns celebrated Hunter Ensley and the national college baseball champions, UT Vols. more
Something I’ve been working on lately is different ways to interact with readers. I have a few ideas that I’ve been mulling over and this is one of them, sharing music with you. more
COSTA RICA — Students from Bruceton, Huntingdon, Camden and Memphis discovered that summer means rainy season in steamy tropical Costa Rica. But armed with serving hearts and good senses of humor, participants in the latest Global Citizen Adventure Corps program overcame the weather, interacted with children who needed their attention, erected fencing and secured habitats for animals needing protection, and even squeezed in a lesson in softball. more
McKENZIE (June 25) — Tennessee College of Applied Technology Henry/Carroll hosted a groundbreaking for its new academic and administrative building on June 25 at the McKenzie campus. more
McKENZIE (June 2024) — The Waters of McKenzie announces it has been recognized as a 2024 recipient of the Bronze Commitment to Quality Award for improving the lives of residents through excellent care. more
It’s usually the big blue and white tent that attracts fireworks enthusiasts but in McKenzie its a giant 20-foot inflatable panda. more
McKenzie (June 27) — Members of the McKenzie Industrial Board received training in economic development from associates of the Tennessee Valley Authority on Thursday, June 27. more
OMAHA (June 24) — In a season marked by grit, determination, and unforgettable moments, the University of Tennessee Volunteers clinched their first College World Series National Championship with a thrilling victory over the Texas A&M Aggies in game 3. This historic win not only represents the Volunteers’ first baseball national championship title but also breaks a 16-year national championship drought for the university. more
McKENZIE (June 25) — McKenzie Chamber of Commerce held its third annual banquet on Tuesday, June 25 at Bethel University’s cafeteria. The food was provided by the food service at Bethel. more
McKENZIE (June 27) — Bethel University has slightly reduced the number of faculty and staff during the past week in an effort to balance the budget. more
HUNTINGDON (June 24) — First responders in Carroll County were honored for their professionalism and quick response to a two-vehicle wreck involving a van, transporting Hispanic males and a truck in Clarksburg. more
HUNTINGDON (June 19) — Students at Huntingdon Special School District will have free breakfast and lunches beginning with the 2024-25 school year. more
Each year the McKenzie Rotary Club afford two McKenzie students to the opportunity to take part in the Rotary Young Leadership Awards (RYLA). This year, Gracie Aird and Carton Townes attended RYLA camp at Austin Peay University. more
The McKenzie High School Alumni Association made $500 in total donations during the 2023-24 school year to the McKenzie Elementary, Middle, and High schools. more
Gary and Wanda (Trull) Chandler recently celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary on June 6. more
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