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It is with great pleasure that I announce my intention to seek re-election to my present position of General Sessions and Juvenile Court Judge of Carroll County, Tennessee. more
I once again formally announce my candidacy to run for the office of Sheriff of Carroll County. I am a lifelong resident of Carroll County, a graduate of Huntingdon High School and the University of Tenn. at Martin with a degree in Natural Recourse Management and a minor in Criminal Justice. more
Michael King is a candidate for Carroll County General Sessions and Juvenile Judge. more
Dr. Brock Martin, Clinical Director and Chiropractor at Southern Chiropractic and Acupuncture, is running for Tennessee State House District 79 on the Republican Primary ballot. Martin is running for the seat held by Curtis Halford, who announced he would not be seeking re-election. more
HENDERSON — A pipeline crossing eight states burst in Henderson, Tenn., leaking more than 200,000 gallons of crude oil into the rural town. This is the second-largest crude oil spill in Tennessee’s history. more
NASHVILLE (June 30) — Gov. Bill Lee and Commissioner David Salyers of the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) announced an $88,500 loan for the Town of Trezevant to improve water infrastructure. more
ATWOOD — The West Carroll School Board met in their regular monthly session on Thursday evening, July 7 which ended up being a short meeting. more
BUENA VISTA — An investigation by special agent fire investigators with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the arrest of a Lexington man accused of arson and burglary. more
Three weeks have passed since June 20, the first day Carroll Countians could obtain petitions to run for local municipal office. As the August 18 qualification deadline nears, qualifying candidates have begun compiling in the county. more
McKENZIE (July 8) — Approximately 50 acres of soybeans were destroyed by fire on Friday, July 8 around 5:30 p.m. more
NASHVILLE (July 6) — A Nashville jury found 25-year-old Michael Mosley guilty on all counts for the fatal stabbing of Franklin natives 22-year-old Clayton Beathard and 21-year-old Paul Trapeni III. more
Today’s political climate resembles a category five hurricane due to the highly charged division between the two political parties. Yes, both parties are to blame as neither truly looks for a middle ground. For most of my adult life, I have studied politics and government and in the last five years or so I’ve even thrown my hat into the political arena. more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents Board of Directors met on July 7, 2022 and voted unanimously to provide this public statement refuting the disparaging statements about public educators made by the President of Hillsdale College, Larry Arnn in Franklin, Tennessee released late last week. more
Mrs. Ethel Elizabeth Mitchum’s face had more wrinkles than a cheap cotton shirt fresh out of the wringer. But don’t think unattractive here. Her eyes literally sparkled when she talked to you. And she had the most approving smile you ever saw! Like she had been waiting, and hoping, to run in to you since she first woke up that morning! more
CARROLL COUNTY, Tenn. - I once again formally announce my candidacy to run for the office of Sheriff of Carroll County. I am a lifelong resident of Carroll County, a graduate of Huntingdon High … more
HUNTINGDON (July 8) - What better way to celebrate Christmas in July than announcing a new holiday experience scheduled for Saturday, … more
NASHVILLE (June 29) — New Tennessee laws supporting first responders and emergency services went into effect July 1. Among these include legislation that expands benefits for firefighters, strengthens protections for police and service animals and secures crucial funding for ground ambulance services statewide. more
HUNTINGDON (June 30) — The 2022-23 fiscal year budget of the Carroll County Emergency Communications District Board of Directors (911 Board) was approved unanimously in a lunch working meeting on Thursday. more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officially began management of Lake Halford (also known as the Carroll County 1000 Acre Recreational Lake) July 1, 2022. The lake continues to be open for fishing and recreational activities. more
The Martin Police Department and Tennessee Highway Patrol are investigating a fatal crash Friday morning between a tractor-trailer and pickup truck. more
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