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McKENZIE (AUGUST 28) — The memorial service of Sergeant Harold Lee Russell, II, a McKenzie native and a sergeant with the Tennessee Highway Patrol, was Sunday, August 28 at 2 p.m. The 2005 graduate of McKenzie High School died Tuesday, August 23 in a helicopter accident. more
The first time I saw Dale Kelley was at a basketball game in Bethel College’s old gym. He was playing. I was a kid tagging along just to aggravate and embarrass my elder brother in front of his friends, Jackie Burns and Paul David Campbell. more
Between political campaigns and football programs, it’s been a hard and busy last couple of weeks at the Banner office. more
On August 28th, 2022 at approximately 3:01am officers responded to 504 N. College St. in reference to a possible burglary in progress. As officers responded they received information that shots … more
NASHVILLE- On August 23, the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security and the Marion County Sheriff’s Department suffered a heartbreaking loss. Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) … more
Nina Smothers, vice-mayor of the Town of Huntingdon, was administered the oath of office to become Huntingdon's first female mayor on Tuesday, August 23. During the regular monthly meeting, all … more
Lee Russell, a helicopter pilot for the Tennessee Highway Patrol, died in a helicopter crash near Chattanooga in Marion County.  more
HUNTINGDON — Most of the newly elected and reelected county officials will be administrated the oath of office during a special ceremony on September 1 at the Carroll County Courthouse at 1:30 p.m. more
HUNTINGDON (August 18) — Donald Parish, one of two judges of the Circuit Court of the 24th Judicial District is retiring August 31 after 16 years on the bench. The Huntingdon native served the five-county area of Carroll, Henry, Decatur, Hardin and Benton counties. He did not seek another eight-year term of office. more
HUNTINGDON (August 16) — Huntingdon Town Council approved the 2022-23 fiscal year budget totaling $5,880,600 and a property tax rate of $1.2487 per $100 assessed value.  more
I lay awake at night trying to think of something good about getting older. Before I can drift off to sleep my left shoulder will start throbbing from a football tumble I took in 1965. My right heel will remind me that planter fasciitis lingers longer than an out of work brother-in-law. I can’t remember if I turned off the light in the kitchen… more
HUNTINGDON, Tenn. (August 18) — McKenzie, Atwood and Bruceton will have competitive races for city mayor during the November 8 election. The names of candidates for municipal elections … more
McKENZIE (August 17, 2022) – For the 11th time in his career, and for the first time since 2017, ten-time World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series champion, Donny Schatz, is a Knoxville Nationals … more
Ken Moore, president of the Tennessee Municipal League presents McKenzie Mayor Jill Holland, Vice-Mayor Jessie Townes, and Councilman Bobby Young with the award for Small City Progress at the annual … more
Save the date: McKenzie’s annual Sweet Tea and Southern Pickin’s Festival is August 26 and 27.    Kicking off festival weekend is Southern Fried Funnies, presented by … more
Bethel University Students Return to McKenzie McKENZIE, Tenn.  - August 2022 - Bethel University freshmen  were busy during their first few days at their new home, McKenzie Tennessee and … more
HUNTINGDON — Mayor Dale R. Kelley, 82, of Huntingdon, Tennessee, died Saturday, August 20, 2022, at his home. more
McLEMORESVILLE — As Carroll County continues to celebrate its Bicentennial, the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce wishes to recognize and congratulate those businesses and institutions in our … more
The first black student to enroll at Bethel College/University died in Texas on Thursday, August 11. The Reverend Joel P. Rice enrolled at Bethel in 1961 and graduated in 1965. more
The County Commission race for District 3 was already decided in March, with incumbents Monte Starks and Marty Visser winning reelection and Missy Hamilton winning her bid for election. more
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