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We are a blessed nation. We just don’t act like it at times. We’d rather fuss and carry on and point fingers at each other than eat chocolate ice cream. Naturally, we are all … more
TREZEVANT, Tenn. - Funeral services for Mr. Joe Thomas (J.T.) McDade are Saturday, October 13, 2018 at 2:00 p.m.  at Union Academy Baptist Church. The family will receive friends … more
10 YEARS AGO — A fire at Replogle Lumber Company in Henry destroyed the office building and an adjoining storage building.*The City of McKenzie was awarded three grants totaling $511,450. The … more
McKENZIE — The traditional Christmas celebration in McKenzie was successful despite a thunderstorm that moved through Tennessee on Friday evening, dampening some of the Friday evening … more
JACKSON — Lifeline Blood Services announces several blood drive stops in Carroll and Henry counties during January. Established in 1947, LIFELINE Blood Services serves the people of West … more
BRUCETON — Funeral services for Kathy Odell Green Clark, 64, are Wednesday, March 27, 2 p.m. at Bruceton Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Marlboro Cemetery.She was a dispatcher for McKenzie … more
Carroll County Electric Department is installing fiber optics as part of its rollout of the new electronic meters that will be installed at each and every customer’s location. The new meters … more
ATWOOD (May 6) — The Huntingdon Mustangs sent their rival McKenzie Rebels to the lower bracket of the District 11A Baseball Tournament Monday with a 3-0 shutout behind the stellar pitching of … more
Specialty Gifts and Hallmark Center, owned and operated by Christine Dickson and Tracy Chandler, occupied the Mack’s Variety Store location in the 1980’s. Photo submitted by Ruth … more
NASHVILLE — Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and ZLINE Kitchen and Bath officials announced today the company will locate its new … more
Roselind Cole opened the Silver Threads Quilt Guild October monthly meeting as Tammy and Mike Host were vacationing.Members were brought up-to-date on the fancy pot holder class and the fidget mat … more
Join The Dixie and the Town of Huntingdon on December 8, 2018, as they officially embark upon the Christmas season with Main Street Christmas - an annual event in Downtown Huntingdon. Main Street … more
Two mighty rivers of the United States, the Ohio River and the Mississippi River, meet just south of Cairo, Illinois. In 1929 a mile-long bridge was completed across the Mississippi River near Cairo. … more
The Carroll County Soil Conservation District (SCD) is hosting its annual tree giveaway for Carroll County landowners on Friday, March 1, in honor of Arbor Day.   The species of trees include … more
ROCHESTER, NY — The Bethel University Wildcat D4 Hockey team beat Michigan State 4-1 Sunday morning and moved to the title match in the 2019 National Collegiate Roller Hockey Championships in … more
UNION CITY (May 6) — The Gleason High School Lady Bulldogs ended their season Monday with a hard-fought loss in extra innings to Union City in the District 13A Softball Tournament. The … more
10 YEARS AGO — The McKenzie Board of Education voted to cease the removal of Colonel Reb, which originated from a charge of infringement of the University of Mississippi’s trademarked … more
TREZEVANT, Tenn. - Ruby “Laverne” Simmons, 85, of Trezevant died October 9, 2018, surrounded by loved ones.  Visitation and services are this Saturday, 13, at Bodkin Funeral Home in … more
The McKenzie Garden Club met Friday, October 26 at Lakeside Retirement Center.The meeting was called to order by President Donna Hodge. Roll call was done with 12 members present.Susan Lawrence read … more
Gleason, Tenn. seems about as far away from Hollywood as one could get, well at least 1,939 miles away. Former Gleason resident and son of the mayor of Gleason, Marty Poole lives the Hollywood film … more
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