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Central School Board Hears Updates


Hollow Rock-Bruceton Special School District Central School Board Hears Updates proficiency levels of students via achievement growth in all academic disciplines. Addressing board members, he said, “District Accountability Changes are focused on upgrading achievement standards to the point where no student fails. The minimum performance gate required by the state must be equal to or exceed last year’s achievement percentages. ...

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Bethel University Gears Up to Support United Way

Bethel University Gears Up to Support United Way McKenzie — The associates of Bethel University will team up to provide assistance to West Tennessee’s most deserving citizens during their first-ever United Way Campaign Kick-off on Wednesday, Oct. 28. Kelly Sanders-Kelley, Vice President of Bethel’s College of Professional Studies, also serves as Carroll County Co-chair for the United Way committee and ...

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MES FALL FESTIVAL McKenzie Elementary School will be hosting its annual Fall Festival Saturday, November 7 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Costume Contest will start at noon and the Fall Festival King and Queen will be announced at 1 p.m. There will be games, food, and a sweet shop! Tickets will be 25 cents each. As the PTO’s ...

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McKenzie Police Reports

McKenzie Police Reports Criminal simulation / theft- According to a report filed by MPD patrolman Kyle Beauchamp, on October 19 the officer was approached by a manager at Casey’s General Store in regard to a counterfeit $10 bill the store had received on October 17 at an unknown time. The bill was taken to MPD as evidence and property release ...

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Property Transfers

Property Transfers •Helen Katherine Winchester to Jason D. Winchester in District 22. •James Homer and Virginia Pauline Crum to James Homer and Virginia Pauline Crum in District 6. •James Homer and Virginia Pauline Crum to James Homer and Virginia Pauline Crum in District 8. •James Homer and Virginia Pauline Crum to James Homer and Virginia Pauline Crum in District 24. ...

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Huntingdon Police Reports

Huntingdon Police Reports Trespassing •A Huntingdon man was arrested on Oct. 20 after allegedly lurking in the bushes on private property. Sergeant Chris Cole charged Christopher Warren of 545 Holmes Mill Road with criminal trespassing. According to Cole’s report, officers were dispatched to 84 Elks Lodge Lane. A 911 caller had reported a man hiding in the bushes on the ...

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Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports Trailer Theft •A Lewis County man was arrested October 22 shortly after he allegedly stole a trailer from a residence near McKenzie. Deputy Terry Dickey charged Danny Ray Hinson, 46, of Hohenwald with theft over $1,000. According to Dickey’s report, Angelica Schieman of 9990 Highway 79 told officers that she had been in the kitchen when ...

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Huntingdon Sweeps West Carroll


Huntingdon Sweeps West Carroll ATWOOD (October 19) — West Carroll Junior High hosted Huntingdon Middle Monday evening for a pair of cross-county basketball contests. The Fillies controlled the opener, outscoring the Lady War Eagles to a 34-9 final. The nightcap was much closer, with the War Eagles trailing by just 4 at the half. A lopsided third quarter put the ...

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