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Over Carroll County’s 200 years of existence, we have been fortunate enough to have a few locals make it to the national stage, most have been athletes. Yet, the most noted and probably admired has to be the late Dixie Carter. She was a southern lady to her core and never forgot the roots of her raising no matter how big of a name she made on Broadway or in Hollywood. While I never had the privilege to meet Dixie in person, I did meet her husband Hal Holbrook on more than one occasion. To know one, was to know the other. more
I don’t want to mention any names here. So as not to “throw off” on any one person, place, time or thing. This is just another generic Christmas story…that might or might not have taken place. And it might or might not have adjusted my whole thinking about gift getting and giving… more
We express our deepest gratitude to the McKenzie High School Class of 1981 for including us in their 40th reunion this past September. It was a privilege to spend time reminiscing and learning of the impressive accomplishments of the class members. more
PARIS, Tenn. - With the weather forecast clearing, Saturday, December 11th promises to provide a day full of festivities with the annual Christmas Festival in Downtown Paris! Activities include a … more
Clarksburg Clarksburg’s Christmas Parade is Thursday, December 9 at 7 p.m. more
CARROLL COUNTY — After more than 20 years of the proposed construction work has begun, beginning with the razing of structures and removal of trees and other objects that are in the path of the U.S. 79/State Route 76 bypass around Atwood. more
HUNTINGDON (November 30) — Carroll County Election Commission approved the geographic boundaries for the 15 voting precincts in the county. During the Tuesday, November 30 meeting, the commission established the boundaries, reviewed the redistricting of districts of the county commission, county school board and county highway commissioners as approved by the Carroll County Commissioner. Redistricting is required each 10 years to bring the districts within 10 percent variance of population of the districts. more
McKENZIE (December 4) — Bethel University hosted a traditional commencement ceremony with some COVID-19 safety protocols. A total of 427 persons graduated during the morning ceremonies at the Crisp Arena. Dr. Kimberly Martin, Vice-President-Vice President of Bethel’s College of Professional Studies was the featured speaker. more
Rodney Lee Ferguson, Jr., 28, of Parsons was charged with vandalism, felony evading, driving on a suspended license (fifth offense), reckless endangerment, and simple possession of schedule VI following a Nov. 24 police pursuit. more
CHATTANOOGA (December 3) — After sixteen weeks of football, the McKenzie Rebels have finished the season as TSSAA Division I Class 1A State Runner-Up. more
McKenzie’s Annual Mistletoe Christmas Parade was Saturday, December 4, 4 p.m. in the historic area of McKenzie. The parade began at McKenzie Middle School and ended downtown. more
During World War II, Gordon Browning initially served as deputy head of the Belgium-Luxembourg mission, which aimed to restore civilian government to these areas and aided in the Allied victory at the Battle of the Bulge in early 1945. more
It was 34 degrees and dropping when we turned on to Bell Street; pretty cold for a guy who’d lived in the Sunshine State for the past 50 years. We parked just inside the chain link fence, behind the visitors’ bleachers, in what was deep leftfield when I played baseball here two eons and a light year ago. more
MCKENZIE, Tenn., (December 1, 2021) – Bethel University is set to celebrate its 2021 summer and fall commencement  Saturday, December 4 at 10 a.m. in Crisp Arena on theUniversity’s … more
McKenzie Fans: buy your tickets for the Championship until Wednesday, December 1 to have a larger percentage go back to McKenzie High School. The pre-sale period ends Wednesday, December 1, 11:59 p.m. EST more
The McKenzie Banner is publishing a special printed and online section for the December 7th publication. more
The McKenzie Rebels Football Team leave MHS around noon on Thursday by charter bus. They will travel to Murfreesboro to stop at Blackman High School to do a walk-through on their turf. more
Charleston, SC — US Brick Holdings, LLC announced the expansion of the US Brick family of companies to Indiana, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama and Michigan, making it one of the largest brick companies in the United States. more
Weakley County — A Gleason man was killed in a collision involving his motorcycle and a semi Wednesday, November 24 on Hwy. 89. The accident occurred in the afternoon on the highway between Dresden and Palmersville. more
The Huntingdon Town Council met for a very brief session with only one action to take on the agenda. TOSHA (Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health Program) is requiring an update to the town’s Occupational Safety and Health Program which has not been updated since May 2014. This update includes a couple of changes starting with an updated 24-hour reporting requirement wording and changes to the Work Location/Organizational Chart. The ordinance to make the changes was passed unanimously. more
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