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HUNTINGDON, Tenn.  — Huntingdon Industrial Development Board, the Town of Huntingdon, the County of Carroll, and the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce invite everyone to an economic … more
John Penn Ridgeway is the next president of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Henry/Carroll . He has been mayor of Henry County since 2020, and previously served as vice president of TCAT … more
PARIS, Tenn. (February 27, 2024) The Henry County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division has been investigating a case involving the Financial Exploitation of an elder. The case … more
PARIS, Tenn.  (February 27,, 2024) - The Henry County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division has been investigating the Solicitation Sexual Exploitation of a Minor by Electronic … more
McKENZIE — Geneva Bledsoe had the best career and many precious memories of the many students she taught. She now moves slower but still enjoys a car ride with her daughter, Jennifer, who moved back home to live with her mom and is helping her celebrate 100 years of life. The official birthday was Tuesday, February 20, but the celebration continued as cards, e-mails, and flowers continued to arrive in celebration of Mrs. Bledsoe. The goal was 100 cards for her 100th birthday. Jennifer said the cards, letters, texts, and flowers keep coming. more
Recently, The Banner has received feedback that the point size of the text in the newspaper is too small and too hard to read. So, how’s this? I increased the point size and changed the typeface to one seemingly more readable, but that may be up for debate. Truthfully, it has been on my list of things to do this year, to update the look of the newspaper and upsize the text at least one point for those struggling to read it at its former size. more
NASHVILLE (February 22) — The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) and National Weather Service (NWS) are partnering to encourage Tennesseans to prepare ahead of spring severe weather threats. more
Leap Day is Thursday, February 29, adding a day to February to correct the calendar in a four-year cycle. more
UNION CITY (February 20) — The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) opened the mainline of SR 690 (future I-69) in Obion County on Wednesday, February 21. Crews were there Wednesday morning to make the transition from the then current roadway to the new roadway direction. more
A McKenzie man with an extensive criminal history is facing multiple drug charges after a traffic stop in Gleason leads to the discovery of multiple prescription drugs inside of the car he was traveling in. more
Voters in Carroll County and the remainder of Tennessee vote on Super Tuesday, March 5 in the Presidential Preference Primary. more
HUNTINGDON (February 21) — Huntingdon High School students will change their academic schedule next year as a new five-class school day goes into effect. more
HUNTINGDON (February 26) — A Monday afternoon shooting at Hillcourt Apartments in Huntingdon caused lockdowns at multiple locations in Carroll County. more
HUNTINGDON — The deadline to pay Carroll County property taxes is Thursday, February 29 - Leap Day. more
William Shakespeare’s line from King Henry IV, “Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown,” sums up the first five months as co-owner of Tri-County Publishing. Now, I’m not calling myself the king or stating we have an empire, that is far from the truth. But when you own a business, you have to beware of a constant barrage of possible threats and shortfalls. more
People have been so kind to me about these little stories over the years. And I certainly appreciate that. I have said from the beginning that I am not a writer. You think about Edgar Allan Poe, Ambrose Bierce, Will Rogers, Jon Meacham...those guys could turn a blank page into a moving picture show... more
BRUCETON, Tenn.  - Robert (Bob)Taylor Keeton, Jr., born June 21, 1937 died February 24, 2024. Memorial services are 11 a.m., Saturday, March 2, 2024 at Bruceton First United Methodist … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On the heels of the Senate’s hearing with Big Tech CEOs, U.S. Senators Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) lead sponsors of the bipartisan Kids Online Safety Act, announced growing U.S. Senate support for the bill, with 62 senators now cosponsoring the legislation. Following conversations with stakeholders and colleagues, Blackburn and Blumenthal also announced new bill supporters and several changes that have been made to strengthen the legislation and ensure it becomes law. more
Broken Beyond Repair: A Conversation About the Death Penalty with Reverend Stacy Rector is Thursday, February 22 at 6:30 p.m. Sponsored by First Christian Church, the event is in the church fellowship hall, 101 S. Poplar Street in Paris. Rev. Rector also will speak the following Sunday morning at the church’s 11 a.m. service. more
DRESDEN (February 14) — Dresden High School administrators received a report on Wednesday regarding a potential threat that led to the launch of an investigation by both the school and local law enforcement over the course of the week. more
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