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In the heart of the American South, a wrestling revolution was brewing that would forever etch its mark on sports entertainment history. The city of Memphis became a battleground for larger-than-life personalities, intense rivalries, and a wrestling legacy that would capture the hearts of generations. At the center of it all were two titans of the ring: Jerry “The King” Lawler and Jerry Jarrett. Their story, intertwined with the iconic Mid-South Coliseum and the Continental Wrestling Association (CWA), stands as a testament to the power of passion, showmanship, and the enduring spirit of professional wrestling. more
NASHVILLE — Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee invited Tennessee families to save during the state’s three-month grocery tax suspension, starting tomorrow, August 1 through October 31. more
PARIS (July 28) — After weeks of no response at all, BlueCare finally responded to Henry County Medical Center’s request for a higher reimbursement rate. But the response was way less than what Hospital CEO John Tucker said will be enough to keep the obstetrics (OB) unit open. more
West Carroll Board of Education meets August 3, 6:30 p.m. at West Carroll Jr/Sr High School Cafeteria. more
TENNESSEE (July 27) — Carroll, Henry and Weakley counties endured another month of increased unemployment rates in June 2023, according to the Tennessee Labor Force’s June estimates. The increased rates follow a national trend. more
Kiddie Korner held its grand opening ceremony on Friday, July 28 at its location at 15078 Highland Drive, McKenzie. Misty Moon and Katey Holder are the owners of the clothing store, offering newborn to 14-16 children’s clothes and maternity clothes. more
HUNTINGDON (July 27) — Carroll County Electric Board approved a policy to allot a time period for citizens to speak to the board on topics germane to items on the agenda. more
Dr. Anna Anderson, O.D., is fresh out of optometry school and ready to serve West Tennessee. more
HUNTINGDON (July 28) — The formal announcement of the Med-Trans/Hospital Wing’s intentions of opening an air medical base of operations in Carroll County was celebrated during a ribbon-cutting ceremony behind Baptist Memorial Hospital - Carroll County. more
HUNTINGDON (July 25) — The family of the late Dale Kelley was honored Tuesday, July 25 at the monthly Huntingdon Mayor and Council meeting. State Senator John Stevens presented a framed copy of the joint resolution from the Tennessee General Assembly. It honored the service of the late Dale Kelley. more
McKENZIE — After a rollover crash on State Route 22 Sunday morning, the patient was extricated and transported by air ambulance to an area hospital. more
General George Armstrong Custer peered intently through the early morning mist. He couldn’t see any Indians. The Crow scouts insisted they were there, camped on the bank of the Little Bighorn River some fifteen miles away. more
There are few tales as compelling as that of René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, a French explorer whose intrepid spirit led him to forge a path into the uncharted wilderness of North America. Amidst the late 17th century’s backdrop of colonial expansion and fierce territorial rivalries, La Salle’s vision and determination laid the foundation for one of the earliest European settlements in the Mississippi Valley—the enigmatic Fort Prudhomme. This week’s story delves into the remarkable story of La Salle and the founding of Fort Prudhomme, a momentous chapter in the early history of Memphis and west Tennessee. more
Global studies are available and easy for area high schools and universities through Global Citizen Adventure Corps (GCAC), a Dresden, Tennessee-based non-profit organization that offers … more
McKENZIE (July 10) — McKenzie Industrial Development Corporation has had a successful year with many projects and industrial prospects, many looking for available land, buildings, or warehouse space. more
Circuit Court Judge Brent Bradberry was recently elected a Fellow of the Tennessee   Bar Foundation, an association of 840 attorneys across the state.  Invitations to membership, a … more
WASHINGTON  - Local journalism is disappearing under the weight of new digital offerings. An average of two local newspapers go out of business each week across the United States. Dean … more
NASHVILLE (July 21) — State Senator John Stevens (R-Huntingdon) encourages local residents to take advantage of Tennessee’s upcoming sales tax holidays, which begin July 28 with the … more
2023 Leadership Carroll County The Carroll   County   Chamber of Commerce now accepts 2023 Adult Leadership Carroll County class applications.  Leadership Carroll County (LCC) … more
McKenzie High School classes of 1960, 1963, 1983, 1988, 1993, and 2003 will meet for milestone reunions this fall. more
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