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The Steak House, owned and operated by Billy Vawter, Highland Drive, late 1950s and BEASLEY’S ESSO SERVICENTER. File photo originally published in “A Pictorial History of McKenzie, … more
Paris, Tenn. The Downtown Paris Association (DPA) invites everyone to the West Alley in downtown Paris at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, April 5th, for the ribbon cutting of the newest mural in the Back … more
The annual Cancer Bake Auction begins April 15 and continues each weekday afternoon through April 9 at McKenzie church of Christ, 16300 Highland Drive, McKenzie. It can be heard on radio stations … more
BUENA VISTA — A 20-year-old Huntingdon man is charged with Reckless Homicide in relation to a fatal shooting of a Buena Vista man on Friday afternoon in Buena Vista.Arrested Sunday was Corey … more
McKENZIE (March 31) — For some McKenzie residents Sunday started without running water in their homes after a six-inch water main broke. Water Superintendent Billy Wood said he was notified of … more
Carroll County commissioners will vote on a resolution to award a five-year contract to Red River Waste Solutions of Union City to provide weekly curbside weekly solid waste collection for … more
Huntingdon (March 26) — The Carroll County Watershed Authority’s Board of Directors voted to issue new interest-bearing bonds in the amount of $340,000 at an interest rate of 3.5 percent. … more
Huntingdon (March 26) — The Huntingdon Town Council approved the 2017-2018 financial audit and a new intercom system for The Dixie during the March 26 meeting.In the audit, the town’s … more
I was driving through a small town in Georgia listening to a Kingston Trio tape and wondering why folk singers never had a fiddle in the band when a house number caught my eye. The town had one … more
Aerial photo of Hwy. 79 showing Gaines and Brown Shoe Companies, 1960s. File photo originally published in “A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee,” by The McKenzie Banner in October … more
Joint Investigation, Public Assistance Plea, Yields Carroll County Homicide Arrest BUENA VISTA – A joint investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Carroll County … more
BUENA VISTA TENN.– The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office are seeking the public’s assistance in an ongoing homicide investigation. On … 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
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
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
McKENZIE (March 20) — A 73-year old McKenzie man was injured in a single-car accident on Wednesday, March 20 when his northbound vehicle crossed the centerline and exited the southbound … more
McKENZIE (March 22) — The City of McKenzie voted to replace all of the city’s 2,000 water meters, 1,111 Carroll County Electric Department-owned street lights, and provide Wi-Fi to access … more
McKenzie celebrated its 125th birthday with a cake served at the City Recreational Park in 1994. Pictured are Bea Barksdale’s grandchildren, J. T. Lindsey’s grandchildren, Gary McKinnie, … more
Paris-Henry County Jaycees is hosting the kickoff celebration of the 66th Annual World's Biggest Fish Fry on Saturday, March 30, 10 a.m. at its headquarters, located at Paris Inn and Suites, 1297 … more
  Would you like to make a little extra money while enjoying gardening, crafts or baking? If so, you should plan to attend the Gardening and Farmers Market class on Saturday, April 6, 8:30 … more
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