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McKENZIE (April 20) — The City of McKenzie and the McKenzie Economic Development Corporation hosted “Easter Express” downtown Saturday.The event featured train rides through town on … more
McKenzie Marching Rebels earned the top honor at the World’s Biggest Fish Fry Grand Parade on Friday, April 26.This is believed to be the tenth year straight the band has earned top honors.The … more
Mrs. Evelyn Tucker of McKenzie was honored on July 22 for her 91st birthday following services and the fellowship meal at Union Primitive Baptist Church.She was presented with gifts and a memory book … more
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Archer will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, August 25 with a reception in their honor. The celebration is in the Underwood Hall of First United Methodist … more
Different Strokes Canvas Creations will host a painting class at Connie’s Place in downtown McKenzie on Thursday, August 30 at 6:30 p.m. The event is $30, and there will be a choice of acrylic … more
Mona Batchelor, librarian at McKenzie High School was recently awarded the most prestigious honor bestowed by the Tennessee Association of School Librarians: The Clara Hasbrouck Award. It is awarded … more
McKENZIE (October 27) — Teachers and parents sponsored the annual Fall Fest at McKenzie Elementary School to raise funds for the students’ benefit.The amount of money raised from the … more
HUNTINGDON (October 23) — Huntingdon Mayor and Council honored two of its own members during their meeting before retiring. They also honored the Huntingdon Special School District for being … more
ATWOOD (October 25) — West Carroll students participated in Manufacturing Day on Thursday, October 25 at the school. The message was opportunities are available for students available for those … more
Miss Huntingdon Ages 16-19 (L to R) Third Maid Reanna Simmons, daughter of James and Jennifer Simmons; First Maid Ezmerelda Rivera, daughter of Xiomara Rivera; Queen Kaitlynn Batey, daughter of Chad … more
McKenzie Rotarians learned about the services and subscription model of AirEvac Lifeteam and its fleet of air ambulances stationed in the geographic area.Rick Perry, the local membership sales … more
PARIS — Henry County Medical Center announces the addition of the HCMC Paris Pulmonary Clinic located in the Medical Arts Building. Joining the practice is James Carruth, MD, Pulmonology and … more
Time, as they say, marches on. Some of us are dragged along for the ride, for better or worse. Others grasp the reins and saunter forth with a smile in their hearts.Ezra Martin certainly belongs in … more
HUNTINGDON (December 15) — The Huntingdon Police Department hosted its annual Bill Willoughby Memorial Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 15 after it was rained out one week earlier.The … more
The Gleason High School Class of 1968 held its 50th class reunion on Labor Day weekend. more
PARIS (September 1) — The Henry High School class of 1968 held its 50th class reunion Saturday at Ann and Dave’s Restaurant.  more
McKENZIE (October 23) — McKenzie Rotary Club inducted two new members at its October 23 meeting at Bethel University.Saudia Akins and Matt Aird were welcomed as the service club’s newest … more
On Wednesday December 12, Huntingdon Mayor Dale Kelley and members of the Huntingdon Police Department went to the Huntingdon Primary School to present trophies to the winners of the recent Ollie … more
HUNTINGDON (December 15) — The Dixie Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center presented its highly anticipated annual Christmas show, “A Christmas On Broadway” on Saturday, … more
The Carroll County Senior Choir met on Monday, December 10 for lunch at the Old West Steak House in McKenzie to celebrate Christmas before singing at Lakeside Retirement Community that afternoon. The … more
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