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Cachengo Closet is hosting back to school shopping July 25-30 from noon until 6 p.m. each day. The Cachengo Closet is open to the public with no appointments needed to shop. All clothes are free with zero income requirements. more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Department of Education released the 2021-22 Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) district-level reports July 6. The results include Fall 2021 end-of-course exams (EOCs) and Spring 2022 exams in English language arts (ELA), mathematics, science and social studies. more
Even during retirement, people are still taxpayers, and tax burdens faced in retirement could influence where they decide to spend their golden years. more
Stacker compiled a list of the top 15 best counties to retire in Tennessee using data from Niche. Niche ranks counties based on a variety of factors, including cost of living, healthcare, recreation and weather. more
The Jackson Symphony will present a free community concert on the Court Square in Huntingdon on Thursday evening July 21 beginning at 6:30 p.m. “Symphony on the Move” is an hour-long event sponsored by Huntingdon’s Paula Atkins and Clarksburg Mayor Howell Wayne Todd in cooperation with the Dixie and the Town of Huntingdon. more
The Tennessee College of Applied Technology in McKenzie hosts its first block party Friday, July 22, 2022 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. more
MARTIN (AP) — The University of Tennessee at Martin has committed to improving its landscape for pollinators and is now an affiliate of the Bee Campus USA program, officials said. more
Huntingdon Primary and Huntingdon Middle School released the 2022-23 kindergarten through eighth grade school supply lists Thursday, July 14. High school students will receive a list when classes start August 2. more
The Farmers Market Tomato Festival was a great success, bringing in over 340 customers. Lots of early shoppers purchased the bushels of beautiful ripe tomatoes, which did not last long. Customers sampled and bought great salsa and tasted and received recipes for savory tomato pie and a tomato salad. Our fun “tomato splat balls” were a big hit with our children visiting the market. more
The Dixie Carter Performing Arts & Academic Enrichment Center hosts three of Carroll County’s best storytellers for a free event in celebration of Huntingdon’s bicentennial. Robert “Gus” Radford, Judge John Everett Williams, and W. Kent Jones will tell “Stories From the Past” on Saturday, August 6 at 2 p.m. Doors open at 1:15. more
HUNTINGDON (July 15) — The Huntingdon Quarterback Club hosted an event of music and food on Friday, July 15 on the parking lot of Cornerstone in downtown. more
McKENZIE (July 12) — McKenzie High School juniors Skyelor DeLoach and Belle O’Brien spoke to McKenzie’s Rotary Club Tuesday, July 12, in a regular meeting at McKenzie Station Bar and Grill. Skyelor and Belle represented McKenzie High School and McKenzie Rotary at the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) camp in June. more
Audra Frances Henderson, of Reform, Ala., and Jason Shane Barron, of Starkville, Miss., are excited to share the wonderful news of their engagement and forthcoming marriage. Audra and Jason reside in Jackson, Tenn., where they will be united in marriage with their exchange of vows on Saturday, November 12, 2022, at 6 p.m. in the evening at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. more
The Town of Huntingdon, in partnership with the Bicentennial Committee, announced the soft opening of the Huntingdon Museum on Saturday, July 23 from 10 a.m. until noon. The museum is at 19805 Main Street East, across from City Hall. more
Nathan Crenshaw, an Information Technology Systems Management student at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in McKenzie recently received his CompTIA Network+ certification. He also received his IT Operations certification for having his CompTIA A+ and Network+ certifications. more
The Red Caboose opened Monday, July 18, in McKenzie’s downtown, beside the McKenzie Station Splash Pad. more
As the first day back to school inches closer, select Carroll County schools have announced orientation, open house, and registration dates for students. Students return to school Tuesday, August 2 for a half-day. more
Gleason School Alumni Association Lifetime Charter Members, 1940s and 1950s were honored July 17, 2022, at a reception/recognition ceremony at First United Methodist Church in Gleason Tenn. more
HUNTINGDON (July 15) — What county officials hoped would be a day of celebration instead resulted in disgust when the time capsule buried July 28, 1972 was opened. more
Banana Split Cake Graham Cracker crust 1 cup (2 sticks) butter or margarine Small can crushed pineapple Maraschino cherries 2 cup powdered sugar 2 eggs 4 bananas Chopped nuts Large tub cool whip more
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