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PARIS (May 31) — It was another lengthy and stressful night for the Henry County Commission Thursday evening which saw the commission overwhelmingly approve the sale of the Henry County Healthcare Center nursing home, with two commissioners voting no and a third abstaining. more
MARTIN, Tenn. – Several Carroll County residents were among students who received degrees from the University of Tennessee at Martin during spring commencement ceremonies held May 4, 2024, with some 600 students participating. more
I’m telling you, I am trying with all my might to get out of the writing business, but things just keep popping up that need to be said. And I will admit, this one is my own fault. For reading the New York Times! more
A few months ago, Brenda and I decided to take a break from camping at Henry Horton State Park in Chapel Hill, Tennessee, and drive into Spring Hill, eat at a restaurant, and go see the latest Indiana Jones movie. more
10 Years Ago — Lori’s Hair Solutions celebrated its reopening with a ribbon cutting. The owner, Lori McDade, hosted friends and community leaders, including Mayor Jill Holland, at her shop. more
Inside this week's edition is the much anticipated Graduation Keepsake Edition, celebrating over 375 graduating high school seniors from McKenzie, Huntingdon, West Carroll, Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central, Clarksburg, Gleason and Greenfield. more
ATWOOD — Building improvements and safety upgrades were the topic of discussion during the May meeting of the West Carroll School Board of Education. more
McKENZIE — Bethel University’s Gaines Pool is slated to close because of the maintenance cost of the indoor swimming pool. more
McKENZIE — Construction will begin later this year on a new administrative and classroom complex at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology at McKenzie. Construction is slated to begin in the fall of 2024 and take more than one year to complete. Bell and Associates is the general contractor. more
McKENZIE — McKenzie Station Splash Pad and the adjacent Harmony Park reopened Saturday, May 25 in downtown McKenzie. It is open daily 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. for children. more
McKENZIE/HUNTINGDON (May 27) — McKenzie and Huntingdon hosted their annual Memorial Day events honoring those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. more
HUNTINGDON (May 24) — As completion nears, the Carroll County Inclusion Park suffered a setback due to being vandalized last week. The incident has pushed the opening date back. more
MURFREESBORO (May 24) — After four days of intense action that included weather delays and a round-robin of venues, the Huntingdon Mustangs and Fillies claimed state runner-up titles in baseball and softball for Class 2A. In a double-elimination format, both teams made it to Friday’s round unscathed. more
The TSSAA Spring Fling was more than baseball and softball. Two Huntingdon students competed at the state level in track and field during the week. more
MURFREESBORO (May 23) — On Thursday, the McKenzie Rebels and the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central Lady Tigers bowed out of the TSSAA Spring Fling after advancing to the Final Four. more
10 Years Ago — McKenzie Youth Summer Tee-Ball started. To get an out Kadarius Tharpe threw a ball to Fletcher Holt at first. more
A lot of you reading this have no idea what it’s like to live in a town of 5,000 people. You probably have lots of preconceived ideas about what life in such a small town must be like. Some of your notions may be accurate. But there are some things about life in a small town that can only be known by living there. more
After listening to Dr. Walter Butler speak this morning at Huntingdon’s Memorial Day event, I really wanted to know more about his uncle, Major Walter Sidney Butler, Jr. Within a few minutes of searching on-line for information, I found a treasure trove, and I am sharing it now in memory of Major Butler. more
McKENZIE (May 18) — A meet and greet was held at the Hometown Hangout for two new head coaches at McKenzie High School. Dru Emerson, former assistant Lady Rebels basketball coach, was promoted to head coach. Coach Justin Lowery is joining the Rebels staff from Gibson Co. High School, where he has been head coach for the Pioneers basketball team since 2012. Lowery is the new head coach of the Rebels basketball team. more
Maddox Insurance of McKenzie proudly welcomes its newest team member, Morgan Lott. more
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