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20 YEARS AGO — During Huntingdon’s annual Heritage Festival, the Outstanding Citizen Award was presented to Dr. Howard L. Johns. The Pioneer Family Award was presented to the Francisco … more
Several people have asked why I’m not coaching football this year. I truly appreciate that you have noticed and that you care. The reason is simple; I’m helping the team the best way I … more
After reading that gubernatorial candidate Karl Dean visited our piece of paradise on September 11 to participate in a healthcare roundtable discussion it got me thinking about the current situation … more
The 26th annual Huntingdon Heritage Festival was dampened by a major rain front that hit the area over the weekend. The musical events were moved to the Hal Holbrook stage inside The Dixie, and … more
Several rural roads and state highways were closed because of heavy rains, which started Friday evening and continued through mid-day Monday. More than four inches, possibly five, fell during the … more
McKenzie Rotary Club welcomed Congressman David Kustoff to the Tuesday, September 20 meeting. The congressman spoke about legislation, tax cuts, tariffs, and the economy. He was first elected in … more
MARTIN, Tenn. (September 2018) – The University of Tennessee at Martin has begun a national search for an executive director of research, outreach and economic development to lead a newly … more
Local schools in Carroll, Henry and Weakley counties on the Reward School list include: McKenzie High School, Huntingdon Middle School, West Carroll Junior/Senior High School, Henry Elementary … more
Scavenger Hunt around McKenzie - Begins at 4 p.m.1st Annual Chili Cook-off- Begins at 4 p.m. - Contact McKenzie Economic and Community Development at the Depot for applicationCorn Hole Tournaments- … more
 NASHVILLE – Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Pottery Direct International, Inc. officials announced today that the ceramic … more
Copyright  2018 - Tri-County Pub., Inc. TREZEVANT (September 11) — Tuesday's regular monthly meeting of the Trezevant Board of Mayor and Aldermen drew about a dozen citizens, including … more
Up to 40 jobs over five years could be coming to Bruceton to fill the vacant Purity Food building, a former HIS building. The building changed ownership last week to a new company as a precursor … more
PARIS, Tenn., Monday, September 17, 2018 –  Due to the passing of Judge Snyder's mother-in-law, Katie S. Hart, fondly remembered as “Mama Jean,” Juvenile Court scheduled for … more
Gold Coast, Australia–McKenzie’s own Kirsten Sass won another world title this week. Sass competes in triathlons all over the world and is on Team USA during the International Union World … more
McKENZIE – Former Park Director Ricky French is suing the Board of Mayor and City Council for violating Tennessee’s Open Meeting Act (Sunshine Law) and asking the Carroll County Circuit … more
  JACKSON, Tenn. (September 2018) – Tennessee Department of Transportation contract crews will close lanes on Interstate 40 in Fayette County the next two weekends in order to … more
It is time once again to celebrate Heritage Day Music & Arts Festival with the Town of Huntingdon.  On Saturday, September 22, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., all are invited to … more
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