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The Dixie Presents Dailey & Vincent

Grand Ole Opry members Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent bring their award-winning unique bluegrass vocals and standout band to The Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center in … more

If The Class Of ’65 Had Been In Charge...

Oh drats! They called off the parade. I was looking so forward to it. I’ve never seen a ninety-two million dollar parade! But can you just imagine! They must have been planning on giving away … more

A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee

McKenzie High School 1945 Little Ten Champions — Top Row (L to R): Punk Akers-mgr., Franklin Fesmire, Hugh Roark, Joe Quesenberry, Walter Roark, Robert Hearne, Ralph Smith, J. D. Parker, Robert … more

Looking Back from our Archives

10 YEARS AGO — LeAnn Webb was crowned Carroll County Little Miss Fairest of the Fair. Other members of the court included First Maid Sadie Martin, Second Maid Megan Delaney, Third Maid Natalie … more

City Florist and More Holds Grand Opening

McKENZIE (August 16) — The new location of City Florist and More was filled with well-wishers on Saturday, August 25 for the grand opening celebration. Attending the event were County Mayor … more

Construction Begins on New Macedonia Firehouse

MACEDONIA (August 20) — The Macedonia Fire Department is one step closer to having a new firehouse, thanks to contributions big and small from the community.Concrete was poured Monday for the … more

Director of Nashville Songwriters Association Speaks in Paris

PARIS (August 23) — Bart Herbison, executive director of the Nashville Songwriters Association International, was the featured speaker at the Paris Rotary Club on Thursday, August 23.Herbison … more

Christian Care Center of McKenzie Set For One Million Dollar Renovation Project

Exciting times are in store for a local skilled nursing and rehabilitation center, and with it the people in the region the facility is pleased to serve. Christian Care Center of McKenzie is about to … more

Possible Warehouse in Bruceton Granted PILOT Tax Forgiveness

HUNTINGDON (August 23) — Up to 40 jobs over five years could be coming to Bruceton to fill the vacant Purity Food building, first built in the 1990s for the distribution center for the HIS … more

Bethel University Freshmen Begin With Support to Community

McKENZIE — Bethel University freshmen started their collegiate career by assisting the people of McKenzie. Garrett Burns, associate chaplain of Bethel University said the incoming students … more

Cedar Grove Man Drowns in Buffalo River

Humphreys County — The body of a missing Cedar Grove man was recovered Sunday from the Buffalo River near the Humphreys-Perry County line.The 53-year-old deceased man is listed as Roger … more

Huntingdon Attorney’s License Suspended

HUNTINGDON — The Supreme Court of Tennessee has temporarily suspended Attorney Benjamin S. Dempsey from the practice of law upon finding that Dempsey misappropriated funds and poses a threat of … more

Southern Fried & Sweet Tea Festival is This Weekend

The 6th Annual Southern Fried and Sweet Tea Festival takes place downtown McKenzie this weekend, August 24th and 25th. There will be something for everyone both days including live entertainment, a … more

Liquor Store in Huntingdon, Municipal Elections on November Ballot

CARROLL COUNTY (August 16) — The November 6 ballot is now set and includes a referendum for retail package liquor stores in Huntingdon and candidates in municipal elections in the county. The … more

McKenzie Council Affirms Mayor’s Termination of City Park Director

McKENZIE (August 16) — The members of the McKenzie City Council affirmed the mayor’s decision to fire Ricky French, who has served as the city’s park director for 20 years. The … more

A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee

McKenzie Concrete Products, Highland Drive, early 1950s. File photo originally published in “A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee,” by The McKenzie Banner in October 2004. more

Prehistoric Search Engine

I’m going to die without ever kissing Jane Hill. I was reminded of that all over again as news of Google’s latest eavesdropping methods hit the airways. According to the latest reports, … more

Looking Back from our Archives

10 YEARS AGO — Kayla Hopper was crowned Carroll County Junior Fairest of the Fair. Other members of the royalty included First Maid Mary-Ashton Blakeman, Second Maid Kristen Lowe, Third Maid … more

Letter: United Neighbors Needs Volunteers

For half of a century, United Neighbors has maintained an unblemished record of assisting our local neighbors in need.Whether it is for food, clothing, electric bills, or other basic needs, United … more

Atwood Couple Bound Over to Grand Jury on Over 300 Animal Abuse Charges

HUNTINGDON — At the request of Paris Attorney Bruce Griffey, who is representing the Animal Rescue Corps in the case against the Atwood couple charged with over 300 counts of animal cruelty, … more
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