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GLEASON — Gleason Gazelles are hosting the 50th annual Tater Town Special on August 27 to September 3. more
McKENZIE (August 10) — The McKenzie City Council met Thursday and focused on international codes and the rezoning of the Forrest Avenue Mobile Home Park. more
McKENZIE — The annual Sweet Tea Festival is August 22-27, 2023 in McKenzie. All events are scheduled for downtown. more
McKenzie — Bethel University students have returned to the McKenzie campus to begin the 2023-24 year. more
McKENZIE, Tenn. - Funeral services for Larry D. Blaylock are Thursday, August 17, 2023, at 1:00 p.m. at Brummitt McKenzie Funeral Home. Interment is at Caledonia Cemetery. The family will … more
UPDATE Wednesday, 8-16-2023 As of 3:30 p.m. August 15, 2023, the Huntingdon Water Plant is operating with appropriate pH measurements, according to the Town of Huntingdon. A plastic pipe in the lime administration delivery was found to be obstructed; the lime process is now working properly. HUNTINGDON (August 15) — Brown-colored water in Huntingdon is alarming the water customers. On Tuesday, Huntingdon Special School District canceled classes over concerns about the water. While … more
I have been accused of living in the past. Boy howdy, what a bum rap! I write about growing up “back then” for sure. I share some memories of those thrilling days of yesteryear, hopefully to refresh the minds of older folks and to enlighten the younger crowd as to what they have missed. more
In the heart of Memphis, Tennessee, a musical revolution was brewing that would leave an indelible mark on the world of soul music. What began as Satellite Records would soon evolve into Stax Records, becoming a pivotal force in shaping the cultural and musical landscape of its time. The story of Stax Records is one of triumph over adversity, of a close-knit community that defied social norms, and of the artists who turned their struggles into soulful melodies that continue to resonate to this day. more
 PARIS - On August 10 at 9:07 a.m. a 911 call was received of a house fire at 2155 Highway 69 South in Paris Tennessee. Deputies with the Henry County Sheriff’s Office, along with Henry … more
The Carroll County Commission meets Monday, August 14 at 7 p.m. with the following items on the agenda: Resolution 8-01-2023 amend the General Fund Budget for FY 2023-24; Resolution 8-02-2023 to pledge $20,000 of American Rescue Plan Act Funds to the McKenzie Industrial Development Board for signage at McKenzie Industrial Park South; and Resolution 8-03-2023 to pledge $500,000 of American Rescue Plan Act Funds to the Cedar Grove Public Utility District. more
ATWOOD (August 3) — West Carroll Board of Education was busy with 24 policy changes, an emergency purchase of an air conditioner for the classroom, and learning the interworkings of creating a master schedule for students. more
McKenzie, Huntingdon, West Carroll and Clarksburg released the enrollment census of students for the first week of the 2023-24 school year. more
ATWOOD (August 3) — West Carroll Special School District is proactively addressing security issues at each of its three school sites in McLemoreville, Trezevant and Atwood. The Board voted to start the process to possibly make upgrades at each school. That action came during the August 3 meeting at the West Carroll Junior/Senior High School. more
McKENZIE (AUGUST 1) — New state laws affecting education necessitated numerous changes in local school board policy. During the August 1 meeting, the McKenzie Special School District Board of Education approved those changes, some of which included school safety, summer school, intruder drill policy, a public comment policy at meetings, and penalties for unruly spectators or coaches at sporting events. more
HUNTINGDON (August 2) — Four state inmates housed at the Carroll County Jail were recognized for completing a course of study to help them re-enter society. more
The McKenzie City Council meets this Thursday at 6 p.m. at City Hall with an agenda focused on international codes and the rezoning on the Forrest Avenue Mobile Home Park. The agenda has the following items: more
The Tennessee Department of Transportation announced the following road closures and construction in the area for the second week in August. Some of these announcements are repeated as road is continuing. more
The newest edition of the Experience LOCAL Magazine is online now! It will appear in print mid-August 2023. more
The trouble with going back to school each August was….well, going back to school! It didn’t cause heart failure. It wasn’t a matter of life and death. And even Buddy and Robert Earl understood the necessity of the situation. But, still, it sure interrupted summer…. more
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