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Aug. 13 Jamboree @ Union Univ. more
NASHVILLE (July 28) — New data released by the Department of Labor and Workforce Development showed increased unemployment rates across the United States and Tennessee during June. The country’s unemployment rate in June was 3.8%, a 0.4 percent-point increase from May’s rate. Tennessee’s June unemployment rate was 4.3%, a 0.9 percent-point increase from May’s rate. Taking seasonal unemployment into account, there is little change between the two months. Both entities have decreased unemployment rates from June 2021.  more
Aug. 4  West Carroll  Home 5 p.m. more
Aug. 15 @ Union City more
McKENZIE (July 22) —The Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) held its first public block party Friday, July 22. On campus, students, visitors and their families enjoyed activities including bowling, ring toss, a photo booth, a cake walk, golf, campus tours and a bake sale. more
There are few moments in life a person could never forget. Mrs. Brenda Berryman has two: meeting her late husband, Ray Berryman, and kissing the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley. more
Sad Cake 4 eggs 1 box light brown sugar 2 cups bisquick 3/4 cup oil 1 cup coconut 1 cup chocolate chips 1 cup pecans 2 teaspoon vanilla 1 small can evaporated milk Mix and bake in 9x13 pan. Bake at 325 degrees for 35-40 minutes. more
The McKenzie Special School District faculty and staff are spending the last week before school starts in inservice, preparing to welcome students back August 2. more
HUNTINGDON (July 23) — Citizens of Carroll were treated to a ‘soft opening’ of the Huntingdon Museum, located across from City Hall in Huntingdon. more
HUNTINGDON (July 22) — The contents of the time capsule, buried in July 1972, was placed on display last Thursday and Friday for a limited-time showing. more
The Inglenook Book Club met July 13 at 3 p.m. at Lakeside Senior Living Community in McKenzie with 17 members in attendance. The meeting was called to order by President Carolyn Moore who opened with thanking our hostesses Zia Locke and Gayron Lyles for serving delicious pound cake, chocolates, and assorted beverages. The tables were decorated with red, white, and blue decor. more
Average gasoline prices declined in Jackson in the last week, averaging $3.819 per gallon July 24, according to GasBuddy’s survey of stations in Tennessee. Prices in Jackson were $4.556 per gallon a month ago and $2.767 per gallon one year ago. The national average price of regular gas has declined by 20 cents in the last week and stands at $4.327 per gallon. more
PARIS — Effective July 22, 2022, Henry County Medical Center and its affiliated clinics and facilities will reinstate our masking policy. more
NASHVILLE (July 21) — The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is soliciting public comment on a Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission proposal to create a 900-acre waterfowl refuge at Big Sandy WMA. If implemented, the refuge would be closed to all access from November 15 through February 12, 2023. more
KNOXVILLE — Every 4-H’er knows the project portfolio is the culmination of years of work on the part of the youth. Whether they choose to learn in-depth about what it takes to rear a calf or colt, how to manage and coordinate a garden or how to research and present a first-rate presentation, the 4-H project portfolio represents a tremendous effort on the part of senior 4-H students. Now they can get college credits for their work. more
After a difficult seven months following the December 2021 tornado, Weakley County hosts its second annual fair. The fair is July 30-August 6 at the Gleason Raceway at 5469 State Route 22 South in Gleason.  more
McKENZIE —  McKenzie Special School Board of Education meets Tuesday, August 2, 5:30 p.m. at the Board of Education office, 114 Bell Avenue, McKenzie. more
HUNTINGDON — The Huntingdon School Board met in their regular monthly session on Thursday, July 21. They approved several new hires, retirements, transfers, and resignations. more
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