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The Henry County Sheriff’s Office responded to 8518 Hwy 79 South this morning at 11:36 am to a report of a home on fire. Upon officers and firefighter’s arrival to the home, belonging … more
Carroll County Electric Department is installing fiber optics as part of its rollout of the new electronic meters that will be installed at each and every customer’s location. The new meters … more
ROCHESTER, NY — The Bethel University Wildcat D4 Hockey team beat Michigan State 4-1 Sunday morning and moved to the title match in the 2019 National Collegiate Roller Hockey Championships in … more
McKenzie Community Sunrise ServiceEaster Sunday, April 20 Community Sunrise Services are scheduled for 7 a.m. at Johnson Temple CME Church on Walnut Avenue near Webb School. Reverend Chris Johnson of … more
McKENZIE (April 11) — McKenzie Mayor and Council voted Thursday to seek proposals for the collection and disposal of solid waste (garbage) for the residential and business community. The sealed … more
NASHVILLE (April 10) — Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee appointed Carma Dennis McGee to the Tennessee Court of Appeals, Western Section. She will replace Judge Brandon O. Gibson who was … more
McKENZIE (April 4) — Two McKenzians- one adult and one juvenile were arrested on drug charges following a traffic stop on Clear Lake Road in McKenzie.Hunter Stafford, 18, and an undisclosed … more
MARTIN (April 13) — State Representative Andy Holt (R-Dresden) addressed approximately 100 persons during a multi-hour forum concerning Tennessee’s proposed Education Savings Account at … more
HUNTINGDON (April 12) — Carroll County Budget Committee voted to grant pay raises for the county librarian, two employees who will soon be certified finance officers, and part-time employees, … more
I never in my life thought I’d say this; but I kind’a miss those Easter Sunday hats that ladies wore “once upon a time”...You’ve got to be pretty old to know what … more
10 YEARS AGO — Bethel College announced a record enrollment of 2,626 for the Spring 2009 semester.20 YEARS AGO — Strong thunderstorms with winds reaching 50 miles per hour caused … more
In any society the establishment of a house of worship is one of the most important establishments constructed. McKenzie and its surrounding territory has as deep and rich religious tradition. … more
A soft, cool rain fell on Pisgah Cemetery in Atwood Saturday as the flag-draped coffin with the body of Corporal Benjamin White Scott was carried by a military honor guard from a white hearse to a … more
HUNTINGDON (April 8) — Carroll County commissioners awarded a five-year contract to Red River Waste Solutions of Union City to provide weekly curbside weekly solid waste collection and disposal … more
McKENZIE (April 5) — The 647 juniors and seniors from the five Carroll County special school districts gathered Friday at the football stadium at McKenzie Middle School to witness a mock crash … more
TREZEVANT (April 8) — Vandals slightly damaged Republican Grove Baptist Church near Trezevant on Sunday. Two windows on the rear of the church were broken and the rear lawn was marred when the … more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) mobile household hazardous waste collection service will be in Weakley County on Saturday, April 13.Tennesseans are … more
‘Tis sweet and natural that our mindsRevert to scenes we used to know,The heart so much enjoyment findsRemembering friends of long ago. Our infancy’s time seems to blessMore than the … more
Richard met us at the door. I could see the loss of sleep in his eyes. I could see the concern. I could see the heartache. I could see he had aged “more than a little” since we’d … more
10 YEARS AGO — Pat Dillahunty was named Director of the Huntingdon Special School District.*The annual Cancer Bake Auction raised $12,153.*State Senator Roy Herron of Dresden announced his … more
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