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UNION CITY — Dresden First United Methodist Church leaders are working with artifact experts from Union City’s Discovery Park of America to open and conserve the contents of a copper cornerstone box that was found during the demolition of the church building. more
McKENZIE — The Inglenook Book Club met for their first meeting of the new year at the McKenzie Farmers Market. 18 members were present, and masks and hand sanitizer were readily available for all. Our hostesses were Peggy Chappell and Suzanne Howell. The tables were decorated with lovely greenery arrangements, and they served delicious cupcakes alongside individual snack mix assortment. more
Candidates for local school boards in Tennessee must submit qualifying petitions by February 17 to qualify for the August general elections. more
NASHVILLE (January 11, 2022) — Platinum-selling, iconic country/rock band, Sister Hazel, bring their energetic show featuring new music and chart-topping hits to play the Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center in Huntingdon, Tenn. on Saturday, February 5. more
The Carroll County Arts Annual Trivia Bowl is Saturday, January 29. Beginning at 7 p.m., teams of three-to-five members (from clubs, businesses, athletic teams, civic organizations, churches, schools, friends, family, etc.) can compete for trophies and bragging rights. more
A good group of McKenzie basketball alumni players and cheerleaders going back to 1995 participated in an Alumni basketball game sponsored by the McKenzie Rebounders Club. A good crowd witnessed a competitive contest ending in a 46-46 tie. more
McKENZIE — After almost 50 years in the insurance business, Beverly Ellis has retired. She worked with Maddox Insurance for the past 24 years. more
McKenzie Special School District Board of Education meets Tuesday, February 1, 5:30 p.m. at 114 Bell Avenue. On the agenda is the reconsideration for approval of debt to construct a multi-purpose facility at McKenzie High School. In January, a voice vote of the four members in attendance approved up to $4.5 million in debt to construct the facility. Three of the members were absent. Also on the agenda are a proposed change to the school calendar to make March 17 a regular school day and the second and final readings on graduation activities and requirements for special education students. more
MARTIN (January 2022) — Andrea Ferguson Harrington was appointed as the new manager of the Weakley County Municipal Electric System. The system’s board of directors selected her to replace Faron Collins, who is retiring after 45 years at the job. more
Alumni of McKenzie High School coordinated a MHS Alumni basketball tournament on Saturday, January 15 at 7 p.m. at the McKenzie High School gymnasium. Due to inclement weather Saturday night, the game was rescheduled to Saturday, January 22 at the same time. more
HUNTINGDON (January 15) — The weather forecast included a major snow event but that did not deter the sold-out audience from attending the Saturday evening performance by Henry Cho at The Dixie Performing Arts Center. more
Through a partnership with the Carroll County Government, the Huntingdon Elks Lodge, the United Way, the Governor’s Books from Birth program, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, Gamma Theta chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society, and the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, Carroll County children up to five years old can receive free books monthly from Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library program. more
Bethel University students began their spring semester classes Monday, January 10 after a five-week winter break. There was no class Monday, January 17, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Spring break is March 7-11, and classes are out April 15 for Easter Holiday. April 29 is the last day of classes, and students will take their final exams May 2-6. Commencement is May 7. more
West Carroll’s School Board met for its regular monthly session on Thursday, January 13 with plenty of business having not met since November. more
Mrs. Wilma Pearson, “born and reared” in Henry, Tenn., holds preaching and helping others close to her heart. Over time, Mrs. Pearson has received the Knoxville Department Bronze Woman of the Year, the Appreciation Award, the third runner-up Queen of Elks, the Outstanding Award as Concerned Citizen, and the Woodmen of the World Hometown Hero award, among several others. more
Jessica Moore is the 2022 Basketball Homecoming Queen for McKenzie High School. more
The Carroll Bank and Trust Series presents comedian Henry Cho at The Dixie. more
NASHVILLE — In recognition of National Human Trafficking Awareness Day on Jan. 11 and National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, Secretary of State Tre Hargett is encouraging anyone who has ever been a victim of human trafficking, stalking, domestic abuse or any sexual offense to protect themselves with the Safe at Home address confidentiality program. more
PARIS — Samuel David Gilbert was born at 4:51 p.m. on Monday, January 3, becoming the first baby born at Henry County Medical Center in 2022. Samuel, who is the son of Bill and Tara Gilbert of Camden, TN arrived weighing 8 pounds, 1 ounce and was 19 inches long. more
McKENZIE (January 6) — A winter weather system dropped significant snowfall in Tennessee during what Nashville’s State Emergency Operations Center declared a Level 3 - State of Emergency. more
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