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In Tennessee history, Georgia Tann stands as a haunting figure, notorious for orchestrating one of the most extensive and nefarious child trafficking schemes of the 20th century. Under the guise of philanthropy, she operated the Tennessee Children’s Home Society, a seemingly benevolent institution that, in reality, served as a front for her lucrative and morally bankrupt enterprise. This article delves into the life and legacy of Georgia Tann, shedding light on the depths of her depravity and the enduring impact of her actions. more
The Dixie Performing Arts Center announces registration for their kids’ and adults’ summer camps on Monday, April 22. With a wide range of activities spanning from pottery to music to photography and more, there’s something for everyone regardless of age, interest, or skill level. more
McKENZIE (April 9) — McKenzie Special School District (MSSD) met at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday at the McKenzie Middle School Library for their regular monthly meeting to discuss budget amendments, and roofing and paving updates. more
NASHVILLE — Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed the Tennessee Disability and Aging Act, legislation that merges Tennessee’s Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (DIDD) and Commission on Aging and Disability (TCAD), creating a new Department of Disability and Aging (DDA). The bill received unanimous, bipartisan legislative support and was backed by numerous stakeholders. more
HUNTINGDON (April 11) — After three rounds of meetings, the Carroll County Budget Committee is one step closer to setting the Fiscal Year 2024-25 Budget. Thursday’s meeting revisited several department budgets to address proposed expenditures along with adjustments to various line items. more
HUNTINGDON (April 12) — Tennessee State Senator John Stevens (R-Huntingdon) addressed Capitol Talk forum on Friday, April 12 to speak about the State of Tennessee and the General Assembly. more
McKENZIE (April 10) — After four years of tighter shooting and selling dates on fireworks, the City of McKenzie rolled Ordinance 566 back to the original two-week window. After the first reading, Ordinance 566 allows the sale and shooting of fireworks beginning June 20 through July 5 and December 20 through January 1. more
HUNTINGDON (April 8) — On Monday, the Carroll County Commission met approving a significant paving project to be undertaken by the Carroll County Highway Department. Carroll County received a $3 million portion of the grant, $2,961,173 from the state with the county spending roughly $68,000. The Highway Department’s match was factored into the FY Budget 2023-2024. more
Spectrum today announced The Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center (The Dixie PAC) will receive $10,000 through the 2023-2024 Stand For The Arts Awards, a partnership with Ovation TV that recognizes local arts, cultural and educational organizations and programs. Since the initiative started in 2017, Ovation TV and Spectrum have given out 70 awards totaling $700,000 towards arts education. more
HUNTINGDON (April 12) — Students with intellectual disabilities from the county’s five special school districts displayed their prowess in sporting events during Special Olympics held at Huntingdon’s Paul Ward Stadium on Friday, April 12. more
TREZEVANT (April 14) — Trezevant is proud of its new performance stage, playground equipment that complements its walking track, picnic pavilion and baseball fields. On Sunday, April 14, city officials and area citizens were in attendance for the ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open Trezevant Community Park, adjacent to West Carroll Elementary School. more
10 Years Ago — Brooke Baucum signed to play softball for the Lady Wildcats. more
Recently, I saw a post on Facebook asking, “What’s one thing you’ve done that you’ll never do again?” more
CARROLL COUNTY — Eleven high school seniors from Carroll County were recognized by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce for their academic excellence by scoring a 29 or better on the national ACT test. The Carroll County Chamber hosted a luncheon on April 15 at Mallard’s Restaurant to honor the students. more
I have told you I am getting out of this writing business, and I mean it. But a beautiful young girl in the Omnibus Class at Faith Christian School asked if I was a Democrat or a Republican. Good golly, I’ve had that very story in mind for the last ten years…I just didn’t know how to start it. more
Henry, Tenn.–The Henry Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched out to a vehicle accident this morning in the 13000 block of HWY 79 South. Dispatch had advised that a car had been struck by lightning while driving down the highway and now the car smelled like smoke. more
BRUCETON – A Carroll County woman faces felony drug charges following a joint investigation by the TBI’s Drug Investigation Division and the Huntingdon Police Department. more
CARROLL COUNTY (April 8) — On Monday, many in North America stopped mid-day to gaze in wonder at the total solar eclipse, a rare event that won’t be visible again from the contiguous United States until August 23, 2044. Carroll Countians experienced 97.9% coverage of the sun. more
HUNTINGDON (April 5) — On Friday, after nearly a year of delays, the case against Carroll County Commissioner William “Lin” Smith, former Carroll County District 8 Fire Chief, and his wife, Malisa “Lisa” Smith, former department treasurer, has come to a close through a plea agreement. The Smiths pled guilty to a Class C Felony for theft over $30,000. According to documents provided by the 24th Judaical Circuit Court, the couple will repay $30,150.86 in restitution to the District 8 Volunteer Fire Department and will receive six years of supervised probation in lieu of jail time. After the probation and if restitution ($418.76 monthly repayment) is met, the felony will be expunged from their criminal record. more
The filing deadline of April 4 provided the final list of candidates for state and federal offices. Partisan candidates are seeking their party’s nomination in the August election to advance to the General Election in November. more
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