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The year 2022 is a great time to start a McKenzie High School Alumni Association, a Community Fund, and a Newcomers’ Welcome Initiative. more
Dorothy Jean Swearingen passed away. The name won’t ring a bell with most of you. But this story might. If you let your mind cruise back down your own memory trail... more
With the Omicron variant beginning to reach several metropolitan areas in Tennessee, COVID cases are on the rise. more
State Rep. Curtis Halford, R-Dyer, announced he will not seek re-election for the District 79 seat in the Tennessee House of Representatives. more
The Tennessee State Department of Education recently announced McKenzie was ranked 10th in the state according to the 2020-21 ACT State Results Data. more
DRESDEN — Dresden is still recovering for a devastating EF-3 tornado that heavily damaged the downtown and surrounding areas. More than 100 structures were destroyed, however, no casualties or serious injuries resulted from the December 10 storm. more
I wish I could remember every Christmas. Every present. Every popcorn stringing. Every tree lighting moment...... But the reality is it all kinda blends together in my memory bank. more
Carl Mann was born August 22, 1942, in Huntingdon, Tennessee to Iva Mae Smothers (1910–1989) and Tommie Newton Mann (1906–2000). Growing up in rural Carroll County, young Carl developed a love for music. So much so, that he wanted a music career and not a life working at the family lumber company. more
HUNTINGDON  - Twelve local business, civic and government leaders graduated from the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce 2021 Adult Leadership Class on November 17, 2021. Since its inception in … more
PARIS, Tenn. (December 20, 2021) - Three Henry County men were arrested and a fourth man is being sought in connections with recent thefts in the county, according to the Henry County Sheriff’s … more
HUNTINGDON — Rural citizens in Carroll County are still experiencing problems with the weekly disposal of their solid waste. That’s word coming from the county’s Solid Waste … more
McKENZIE — West Tennessee will be profoundly affected by the Blue Oval Project that is locating in Haywood County. All counties and municipalities must prepare for growth in population and … more
HUNTINGDON (December 16) — Employees of the Carroll County Electric Department will receive a 7.6 percent increase in pay, effective January 1, 2022, thanks to the action of the Board of … more
NASHVILLE — Carroll, Henry and Weakley counties’ Tennessee House of Representative district lines will significantly change, if a proposed redistricting plan is approved by the Tennessee … more
Nashville, Tenn. (December 16, 2021)– Governor Bill Lee and fishing icon Bill Dance announced a new initiative to improve and enhance Tennessee lakes, increase visitation and honor … more
McKENZIE (December 9) — Two meetings were held at McKenzie city hall. The first was a workshop presented by Mary Elizabeth Roe, an account executive at Enterprise Fleet Management about leasing city vehicles. Leasing city vehicles through Enterprise could save McKenzie over $200,000 over the course of the next 10 years. Enterprise stated dealing with the new 2021 vehicle market can be tricky when attempting to get vehicles for the right price. Roe informed the City on ways to become more structured when it comes time to replace vehicles. more
McKENZIE (December 7) — The installation of air conditioning in the gymnasiums at the elementary and middle schools’ gymnasiums. Federal funding, known as ESSER, provides the needed funds to install the heating and cooling units at the two schools. The announcement came during the December meeting of the McKenzie Board of Education. more
BELL BUCKLE, Tenn. (December 1) — Trooper Brenna Smith was named Trooper of the Year for District 3 of the Tennessee Highway Patrol. The McKenzie High School graduate was honored during a ceremony in Bell Buckle Tennessee on December 1. Brenna was also honored in a separate ceremony in Nashville on December 8 by Mothers Against Drunk Drivers. Brenna was credited for removing 26 impaired drivers from the roadways in the year 2020. more
Jason Mark Mills, 34, of Camden pled guilty to 2nd Degree Murder in the February 2020 death of his estranged wife, Ryan Bennett Mills, of Bruceton.  He has been sentenced to 36 years in prison where he will serve 100 percent of the sentence except for time served between February 2020 and November 22, 2021 in the Carroll County Jail. more
A multi-state tornado Friday night left much destruction in its path, totally destroying some areas and leaving widespread damage in others. more
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