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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
 NASHVILLE (August 1, 2019) Attorney General Hebert H. Slatery III, and Secretary of State Tre Hargett announced a $160,000 settlement with the New Hope Foundation, Inc. (“New Hope”) … 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
Does Article I Section 8 of the US Constitution state that Congress has the power to declare war? Further, does it state that the Congress has the power to raise and support armies, but no … more
West Carroll School Board convenes Thursday, December 6 at the Board Office in Atwood.The following items are on the agenda:Approve consent agenda: a. Approve minutes from November 1, 2018 Board … more
David Mark called, “Let’s go to Adobe Walls.”“OK.” He’s the only brother I have left. I’m going to do about whatever he says. “Isn’t that up by … more
Election Day 2018 has come and gone with some voter records getting broken in the process. Carroll County’s early vote total of 4426 was more than double the early vote total from 2016 which is … more
I mention Slick Tosh and people roll their eyes LIKE I’m making that name up for sure. Then I get down to the part where Rollin Trull rammed his big Harley right through the front door of the … more
McKenzie Eighth Grade Graduation, 1948, at Miss Ophie Everett’s home on Magnolia Ave. First Row (L to R): Kenneth Townsend, Billy Hall, Ann Sneed, Gaylon Hickman, Joyce Hill, Marty Carter … more
McKENZIE (August 21) — McKenzie Rotary Club and Huntingdon Lions Club held a combined meeting on Tuesday, August 21 at Bethel University. Lions President Brock Martin and Rotary President … more
Kesley Colbert, writer of Hunker Down With Kes, did not submit a column this week because his town of Port St. Joe, Florida was devastated by Hurricane Michael. The Colbert family is safe and well. more
Graden Featherstone, former McKenzie Postmaster, 1979. File photo originally published in “A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee,” by The McKenzie Banner in October 2004. more
MARTIN (August 17) — A team from the Carroll County Office on Aging traveled to the Gateway Senior Center Friday to compete in the Northwest Tennessee District Brain Games. The “Carroll … more
10 YEARS AGO — The Terry community’s annual Fall Festival raised $15,050 for the Carl Perkins Center. The event offered a plethora of activities from 8 a.m. to midnight.20 YEARS AGO … more
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