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HUNTINGDON (September 26) — Recreational vehicles can no longer be used as the principal use of any property inside the municipal limits of Huntingdon. The Huntingdon Mayor and Town Council approved the amendment during its September 26 meeting. more
The Carroll County Commission meets Monday, October 9. The following items are on the agenda: an amendment to the General Fund Budget for Civil Defense Insurance Recovery Funds in the amount of $16,570.90; an amendment to the General Fund Budget for Grants for the Carroll County Election Commission in the amount of $16,402.59; an amendment to the General Fund Budget for Change to Grant for Sheriffs Office in the amount of $5,000; and a resolution to reappoint Stacey McCaleb to the Carroll County Health and Educational Facilities Board. more
HUNTINGDON — The Board of Directors of Carroll County Electric held a short meeting on Thursday, more
McKENZIE, Tenn. — Joel Washburn isn’t usually in the photo or the news story. His typical place is behind the camera or behind the keyboard. As publisher of the McKenzie Banner, he has made a career, continuing his 75-year family legacy of chronicling community life. However, in recent years, Washburn’s “community” has gone global. more
HUNTINGDON (September 28) — On Thursday morning, the Carroll County Rural Fire Committee met to discuss various items with Carroll County Fire Chief Amanda Snead and Carroll County EMA Director Janice Newman. Much of the discussion focused on insurance or the lack thereof on property/equipment. more
NASHVILLE — The employment rate improved in the tri-counties of Carroll, Henry, and Weakley counties during the August reporting period. more
HUNTINGDON (September 19) — The Carroll County Emergency Communications District Board of Directors voted to begin the process of hiring an architect for a new 9-1-1 business office. more
McKENZIE (SEPTEMBER 29, 2023) — On Friday, Tri-County Publishing, Inc. (TCP) dba The McKenzie Banner started a new chapter in its history of operation, ownership of the newspaper and printing company transferred from Joel and Teresa Washburn to their daughter, Brittany M. Martin, and son-in-law, Jason R. Martin at the law offices of Washburn and Hutcherson in Dresden, Tenn. more
McKENZIE — The new 33,710 square-foot facility, multi-purpose sports practice facility is nearing completion. more
GOOD NEWS UPDATE  10-4-23 Nevaeh was found safe in Michigan. McKENZIE — Law enforcement authorities have issued a Missing Child alert for McKenzie High School senior Nevaeh Williamson, who went missing Wednesday, September 27 in the early morning hours from her McKenzie home. more
Football season is in full swing. Life is filled with “fourth and one” situations, tailgate parties, blitzes, Dr. Pepper commercials, Lee Corso’s headgear predictions, and last second heroics. We hear terms like “closing speed,” “on-side kick,” “run-pass option,” “trips right,” “flanker reverse,” and “targeting” which apply to no other sport. more
The lifestyle of a Southern gentleman did not suit Andrew Jackson. His journey from a military hero during the War of 1812 to the highest office in the land is a testament to his resilience, charisma, and outright stubbornness. more
  WASHINGTON -- FEMA, in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) this Wednesday.     Test Messages Will be Sent to All TVs, Radios and Cell Phones WASHINGTON … more
By Caleb Revill All former Atwood High School students from the classes of 1956-1983 are invited to attend a Grand Get-Together on Saturday, October 21. The event is open for all graduates, … more
McKENZIE — The City of McKenzie, Tennessee has a new emergency alert system to warn area residents of certain dangers and severe weather. Mayor Ryan Griffin said the Everbridge alert system is … more
McKenzie School Board Agenda for October 3 at 5:30 p.m. McKenzie Elementary School Library. more
The all-new Carroll County Inclusion Park groundbreaking ceremony is Tuesday, October 3 at 3:30 p.m. at Sesquicentennial Park, 450 Fairgrounds Road, Huntingdon. more
PARIS — An investigation by special agents with the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, with the assistance of partner law enforcement agencies, has resulted in the arrest of a man from Paris. more
HUNTINGDON (September 20) — A medical clinic will soon be added to the three campuses of Huntingdon Special School District. During the September 20 meeting of the Huntingdon Special School District Board of Education, board members approved Huntingdon-based Evans Medical Clinic as the on-site provider of medical services. more
McKENZIE (September 22) — A McKenzie convenience store, located on U.S. 79 north of the SR 22 bypass, was raided Friday by members of the 24th Judicial District Task Force and the McKenzie Police Department. The owner of A&H Quick Stop was arrested and four gambling devices were seized during the 6 p.m. raid. more
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