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ATLANTA (December 22) — Abby Terry of LaGrange, Georgia, was crowned the inaugural 2018-19 American Beauties National Teen at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Saturday. Abby is the 14-year-old daughter … more
Buchanan — Workers have made significant progress in the demolition of the Paris Landing Inn since work began in mid-November. The main lobby area is now down and the frame of the portion that … more
SEWANEE, Tenn. - Kathryn Gilbert Varnell was born in McKenzie, Tenn. to T. Graves and Lottie Everett Gilbert on October 3, 1917. She had three siblings. She was a straight-A student and valedictorian … more
SPRINGVILLE, Tenn. — Imagine watching hundreds of waterfowl rising from the lake, birding behind sanctuary gates, sailing aboard a 100’ yacht as eagles soar above, or enjoying rock star … more
MARTIN (December. 19) — Amanda Smith, of Huntingdon, completed course requirements for the University of Tennessee at Martin Veterinary Health Technology Program during the fall 2018 semester. … more
CARROLL COUNTY (December 13) — An anonymous donor provided toys for 250 children in Carroll County.Saudia Akins, director of the McKenzie/Carroll County United Neighbors, said the donor … more
McKENZIE — Misty Aird, head coach of the Bethel Ladies’ Soccer Team, spoke to the McKenzie Rotary Club about a tragic wreck on April 7, 2018 and her recovery after numerous surgeries. The … more
MARTIN — Ashley Jackson, of Nashville, is dedicating her career to helping young people overcome life’s difficulties – something the deaf-blind professional knows well. Jackson, a … more
McKENZIE — Miss Sydney Wood’s second grade class reached its reading goal of 1,000 Accelerated Reader points in December. The class maintained an average of 93 percent correct in … more
Silver Threads Quilt Guild’s November meeting was opened by Tammy Host welcoming guest Debbie Gower of Marion, Illinois, Maxine Brown of McKenzie and Aubree Kimball of Jacksonville, … more
The County Officials Association of Tennessee held its annual conference in November at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville. At the conference, Natalie McCullough Porter, … more
MARTIN (December 15) — Rachel Lynn Edlin of McKenzie graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin with Highest Honors Saturday. She walked the line with her fellow 2018 UTM fall … more
McKENZIE (December 12) — Members of the Inglenook Book Club donated $400 to the McKenzie Memorial Library on Wednesday, December 12. Donna Ward, president, made the presentation to Jean … more
HENRY - Gordon Ray McFadden, age 91 of Henry, Tennessee died Sunday, December 16, 2018. His funeral service is 1 p.m. Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at Henry Methodist Church. Burial will follow the … more
HUNTINGDON (December 4) — The Color Guard of Parkers Crossroads delivered approximately $2,000 dollars worth of toys to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department for the Marine Corp Toys … more
McKENZIE (December 4) — Lynn Watkins, director of the McKenzie Special School District, was granted a two-year extension to his employment contract.In a unanimous decision, the board voted to … more
ATWOOD (December 6) — West Carroll’s Board of Education met last Thursday for their monthly session with a number of items on the agenda.School Director Dexter Williams honored three … more
McKENZIE — Despite the threat of wintry weather, hundreds of excited students, family and friends made their way to Bethel’s Rosemary and Harry Crisp II Arena to cheer on the … more
HUNTINGDON (December 4) — School improvement and evaluation of the programs and facilities of the three school sites were part of the annual Joint Venture of the Huntingdon Special School … more
By Dave McCulley, Bethel SID and Jim Potts MCKENZIE (Dec 9) There are times we are reminded it is not really important who won or lost the game or who scored the most points. Today is one of those … more
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