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There is plenty to do in Carroll County during Fourth of July weekend. Events span Thursday, June 30, to Monday, July 4, in Huntingdon, Hollow Rock, McKenzie, and McLemoresville. more
CARROLL COUNTY — The Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreational Lake will have a new owner and a new name on July 1. Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is purchasing the lake for $11 million from the Carroll County Watershed Authority, a state agency controlled by a local board of directors. The $11 million is approximately equal to the amount owed by the CCWA to its lenders. more
Nine days after the demotion of former Director of Schools Lex Suite in a June 9 school board meeting, the South Carroll Special School District School Board announced Lisa Norris of McKenzie will take the newly-vacant position. more
McKENZIE (June 23) — A time of celebration was Thursday, June 23, when the McKenzie Lady Rebels 2021-22 basketball team were honored with championship rings signifying the 2022 Class 1A championship. more
PARIS LANDING (June 27) — The new 91-room, 101,000 square-foot The Lodge at Paris Landing opens this week following a Monday ribbon-cutting ceremony by State of Tennessee officials. more
Let me start by saying that I am not taking anything away from the Lady Rebel championship this year, but I wanted to take a few moments to remind and/or make our readers aware they were not the first female basketball team from Carroll County to win a state championship. more
The current heat wave across the South has got folks talking more about the weather in the last couple of weeks than college football, gas prices or the latest political jokes coming out of Washington put together. And I live in Florida. Everyone is a hot weather expert down here... more
HUNTINGDON (June 29) Carroll County Watershed Authority meets Wednesday, June 29, 2 p.m. at Huntingdon City Hall. Authority members will review the 2021 year-end financial audit, which ended June … more
BUCHANAN — Tennessee State Park officials will hold a grand opening celebration for the new Lodge at Paris Landing on Monday, June 27 at 3 p.m. The lodge has 91 guestrooms, a restaurant, and three meeting spaces. more
  In addition to the recent news of the PBR in Paris on July 1 and 2 being upgraded to a Tier One PBR event and being recorded for Pluto TV, Cody Nance will now have the opportunity to ride … more
There are several celebrations happening in Carroll County the week of July 4. more
McKENZIE (June 17) — This week, Bethel University leaders announced summer 2022 graduates will be recognized alongside fall graduates during a combined celebration Saturday, December 10, 2022, inside Crisp Arena. more
PARIS LANDING — The new 91-room Lodge at Paris Landing State Park is expected to officially open next week. It will provide hotel resort-style vacation rentals on Kentucky Lake near Land Between the Lakes. Features include modern room design, conference space, a full-service restaurant, bar, and lounge overlooking scenic lakes and natural beauty. more
CARROLL COUNTY (June 20) — Carroll County Commissioners convened Monday, June 20 to unanimously approve the $14 million 2022-2023 fiscal year budget and amend the 2021-22 budget during this final month of the fiscal year. more
Jackson (June 2022) — Melanie Haste, 62, formerly of Trenton, Tennessee, has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for wire fraud. Joseph C. Murphy Jr., United States Attorney, announced the sentence. more
TREZEVANT — The Town of Trezevant Board met Tuesday, June 14 for their regular monthly meeting dealing with several continuing items and a few new items on its agenda. The board had a bare quorum with Pam Joyner and Don Barger absent. more
HUNTINGDON (June 16) — The Huntingdon Special School District Board of Education met in their regular monthly session on Thursday, June 16 with a busy agenda in preparation for the new school year. more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Department of Education recently ruled on a case involving a West Carroll student with special needs. The complaint was filed by Ryanne Parker on behalf of her son regarding special education needs and evaluations. more
At the McKenzie Special School District Board of Education’s regular June meeting, the school board discussed and voted to hire two additional School Resource Officers (SROs) at McKenzie schools. more
McKENZIE (June 17) — Bethel University announced Brad Chappell’s promotion from Associate Director of Athletics to Director of Athletics in a press release on Friday. more
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