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Sawyers Mill, Tenn. (September 5)—The Tennessee Highway Patrol has released more information on the accident which killed an Atwood man Tuesday morning on Hwy. 70 in Benton County.Pronounced … more
Dr. Harold L. Russell, age 85, of McKenzie, Tenn., a retired dentist, who practiced close to 50 years in McKenzie, died early Sunday morning, November 11  at his residence.  Arrangements … more
God Invented Baseball Of that, there is no doubt. And those poor misguided souls who believe there are no absolutes—absolutely don’t have a clue!90 feet between bases could only be a … more
HUNTINGDON (June 25) — The Huntingdon Town Council met Tuesday with several items on the agenda, including budgetary matters and an annual adjustment of water/sewer rates. The board approved … more
TREZEVANT (September 6) — The Trezevant Board of Mayor and Aldermen gathered for a special called meeting Thursday to address the uncertain future of the board.On the November ballot are the … more
10 YEARS AGO — Bethel College announced that it would transition to Bethel University.*The Trezevant town council approved the installation of speed bumps on Holmes Street, Crooked Street and … more
Brent Bradberry of McKenzie and Jennifer Twyman King of Huntingdon are two of the three being considered to serve as chancellor for the 24th Judicial District of Tennessee vacated by Chancellor Carma … more
HUNTINGDON (August 28) — Carroll County Watershed Authority members were given an update on projects, events, and grants involving the Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreation Lake. A state Local … more
Huntingdon Fire Department responded to a mobile home fire immediately behind Huntingdon Motel on U.S. 79 East on Monday morning around 7:40.Firefighters responded quickly and protected the nearby … more
There is a scene in an old Western or two in which a crooked banker ties up his own hands or lets someone else do it to give the appearance he was robbed. Think about how you falsely tie yourself up … more
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
McKENZIE (September 9) — Members and sponsors of the McKenzie High School Beta Club gathered in the theater Sunday afternoon to induct another 48 students into their ranks, joined by family and … more
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tommy H. Baker, of Huntingdon, was promoted to Major General in a ceremony at the Tennessee National Guard Headquarters on Friday, November 9, 2018. Baker, the Assistant … more
Two Great ShowsOne Musical for Grades 1-8One Straight Play For Grades 7-12 PARIS, Tenn. - This year's winter workshop will feature two great shows.  The participation fee is $40.Our … more
HUNTINGDON (November 12) Carroll County commissioners voted Monday to gift the 650-foot long, dead-end section of Ed Tucker Road to private citizens to create a gated subdivision at the Carroll … more
NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Ernst & Young LLP (EY) officials announced today that the global … more
PARIS - The Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with Center Point Business Solutions to offer “Workshop Wednesdays”, a bi-monthly workshop from January through March. … more
NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe announced today that Amazon will invest more than $230 million to establish a … more
By Glenn MolletteGMollette@aol.comMay 30, 1868 was the first official Decoration Day. The day was declared by General John A. Logan and observed at Arlington National Cemetery. Volunteers that day … more
McKENZIE (November 8) — During the regular monthly meeting of the McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council, Vice-Mayor Gene Hale and Councilperson Cassie Allen were recognized for their service on … more
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