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Karl Dean for Governor Participates in Healthcare Roundtable in McKenzie

McKENZIE, Tenn. (Sept. 11, 2018) -- Democratic gubernatorial candidate Karl Dean met with leaders and residents of McKenzie to talk about the impending closure of McKenzie Regional … more

Richardson and Sturgis are Mr. and Miss Huntingdon

Molly Sturgis and Joseph Richardson were announced as Mr. and Miss Huntingdon High School during a Homecoming pep rally on the Court Square in Huntingdon. The other nominees were Daniel Arnhold, … more

Presidential Alert Coming on Your Cell Phone

IPAWS National Test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) Postponed to October 3, originally set for September 20 The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), … more

Kirsten Winkler Sass Wins World Title in Triathlon.

Gold Coast, Australia–McKenzie’s own Kirsten Sass won another world title this week. Sass competes in triathlons all over the world and is on Team USA during the International Union World … more

West Carroll Surprises Number 5 Dresden

DRESDEN (September 7) — The odds were against West Carroll, a determined team, who quickly shed their underdog status in the clash of two 1A teams. Dresden was ranked fifth in the state and … more

Mustangs, Lions Honor Will Fisher

HUNTINGDON (September 7) — Prior to Friday night’s gridiron battle between the Huntingdon Mustangs and Camden Lions, the teams shared a moment of solemn unity to honor the late Will … more

McKenzie Hospital Closes This Week

McKENZIE, Tenn. - McKenzie Regional Hospital (MRH) will discontinue patient services, including the emergency department, by September 15, 2018. The 45-bed hospital has notified the Tennessee … more

Carroll County Electric Approves "Smart" Meters

HUNTINGDON (August 30, 2018) — The monthly visit to businesses and residences by a meter reader will be a thing of the past following action by the Carroll County Electric Department on … more

Recently Elected Carroll County Officials Administered Oath of Office

HUNTINGDON (August 31) — The oath of office ceremony for the new term of all elected county officials was Friday, August 31, 2018 at 9 a.m. at the Carroll County Courthouse in the large courtroom … more

Huntingdon Manhandles Bruceton

Huntingdon head coach Eric Swenson said following the game that “execute and move on” was the mantra for Friday’s contest at county rival and district foe Bruceton Friday night. And … more
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