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This August, I ask for your support and vote as the lone conservative Republican in the District 4 County Commission race. I’ve served on the Carroll County Fire Department for the last 10 years and Carroll County Rescue the last three. more
My name is Hal Eason and I am once again seeking a third term as your District 4 County Commissioner. Thank you for voting for me in the past and thank you for voting for me now. more
I am Ronnie Wade and I am asking for your vote for Carroll County Road Supervisor (District 2). Scotty Bailey is retiring after many years of service. The election is August 4 with early voting extending through July 30. more
Rakaya Humphreys, Head Start/Early Head Start (HS/EHS) Director, has been employed with Head Start (HS) programs for over 22 years. She oversees Head Start, Early Head Start and Pre-K programs in the counties of Benton, Carroll, Gibson, Henry, Lake, Obion, Madison, and Weakley counties. In total, this program serves a total of 871 at-risk, low-income families and children. more
My name is Bertha Taylor. I am seeking County Commissioner in District 2. I am a resident of Trezevant, Tenn. in the Wingo community. I should be a familiar name to you. I have 41 years experience as an employee and county official. 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
The Red Caboose opened Monday, July 18, in McKenzie’s downtown, beside the McKenzie Station Splash Pad. more
As the August 18 qualification deadline nears for the November 8 Local Municipal Election, more candidates have qualified to be on the ballots. more
PARIS — Two longtime attorneys died Saturday. Fred McLean, 72, and William Neese, 77 both had distinguished careers. 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
McKENZIE (July 14) — Two meetings were held at McKenzie City Hall July 14. 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 — Early voting is underway for the August 4 general election and state and federal primaries. more
McKENZIE — On July 10, 2022, the Weakley County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to the Bells Store Rd. and Patterson Road area just outside of McKenzie, Tenn. There had been a report of a person lying on the road. When they arrived, they found Terry Beard, 49, of Milan, Tenn., lying on the side of the road. He had suffered a gunshot wound and was deceased. 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
I’m not much for buying things on the side of the road. Cathy insisted. She wanted some fresh home-grown tomatoes. I got to thinking about a good BLT with just the right amount of mayonnaise. And I hadn’t had a baloney and tomato sandwich in years... more
Teachers’ cars are in the parking lots. The sounds of the band practicing have returned to Holly Hills, the neighboring subdivision. The soccer girls are practicing when I drive by headed to breakfast. Middle and high school football players are on the practice fields. All of our schools have fresh wax on the halls. These indicate that the class of 2023 are about to begin their senior year. Students will attend the traditional half-day August 2nd and begin a full day schedule August 3. I want to welcome all of our new and returning students for what is going to be an exciting year. more
After the opening of the Sesquicentennial vault was a bust thanks to water damage. I decided to look through the Banners 1972 archives and find a little memorabilia for our readers. more
 McKENZIE -   On July 10, 2022 the Weakley County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to the Bells Store Rd. and Patterson Rd. area just outside of McKenzie Tenn. There had been a … more
In the past week, northwest Tennessee has experienced hot temperatures with heat indexes up to 115 degrees. more
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