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  • Inglenook Book Club April News

    Wednesday, May 1

    The Inglenook Book Club met in April at Lakeside Assisted Living Center with Suzanne Russell as hostess, assisted by Jean McKinnie.After refreshments and a business meeting, Sandi McMahen presented …

  • General Sessions Report

    Wednesday, May 1

    HUNTINGDON (April 24-25) — The following defendant was bound over to the Grand Jury last week in Carroll County General Sessions Court:Charlotte Elaine Haynes Wilson, Renfroe Road, Huntingdon, …

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Department

    Wednesday, May 1

    Theft of Services — Two local men and a woman were charged April 20 during an investigation into the alleged theft of electricity at a Huntingdon residence.Roger Prater, 39, of 310 Enoch …

  • Property Transfers

    Wednesday, May 1

    •James E. Jr. and Angela F. Moore to State of Tennessee.•Pamela Jean Williams and others to Krystal Nichole Lumley in District 20.•William B. and Connie J. Stupar Waite to Logan R. and …

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Wednesday, May 1

    Possession of Meth/Drug Paraphernalia — McKenzie Police were notified by dispatch early Saturday morning, April 27, that a silver car was parked in the back of the Exxon station on Hwy 79 …

  • Carroll County Highway Committee to Meet

    Wednesday, May 1

    The Carroll County Highway Committee meets Wednesday, May 1 at 7:30 a.m. at the Carroll County Highway Department located at 14835 Highway 22, Huntingdon. The public is invited to attend.

  • Carroll County Resolutions Committee to Meet

    Wednesday, May 1

    The Carroll County Resolutions Committee meets Monday, May 6 at 9 a.m. at the Carroll County Mayor’s Office at 625 High Street, Suite 101, Huntingdon. The public is invited to attend.

  • Benefit Bake Sale

    Wednesday, May 1

    A benefit bake sale for a father of four in need of a kidney transplant is Saturday, May 4 at the Merchant Outlet Mall, 15380 Highland Drive, McKenzie, from 8 a.m. until all items are sold. All …

  • Derby Day is Saturday at The Dixie

    Wednesday, May 1

    It is time for the Eighth Annual Derby Day at The Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center in Huntingdon.   Held on race day, Saturday, May 4, this fun-filled event celebrates …

  • Liberty All Homecoming

    Wednesday, May 1

    The annual first Sunday in May Homecoming at Liberty All United Methodist Church, 2415 Old Stage Road, Huntingdon is Sunday, May 5. Morning worship service begins at 10 a.m. with Phillip Williams …

  • National Day of Prayer Observed May 2 in County

    Wednesday, May 1

    The 68th Annual National Day of Prayer is May 2 and will be observed in Carroll County, Thursday, May 2, 8 a.m. at the Carroll County Airport. The theme for 2019 is Love One Another, emphasizing the …

  • Local Students Receive Scholarships to Attend UT-M

    Wednesday, May 1

    MARTIN — Several Carroll County students have been awarded scholarships to attend the University of Tennessee at Martin for the 2019-2020 academic year, according to Dr. James Mantooth, …

  • This Ain’t No Parable!

    Wednesday, May 1

    I do not know Steve King. And this is not an indictment of him. He is a Republican Congressman from Iowa. This is also not an indictment of Republicans, Congress or Iowa.And I don’t pretend to …

  • Looking Back from our Archives

    Wednesday, May 1

    10 YEARS AGO — Heavy rains of up to eight inches over three days caused over $40,000 in damages to the county road system as well as significant power outages.*Tibby Edwards Liles, longtime …

  • Rebels End Stellar Season as West Tennessee Runner-Up

    Wednesday, May 1

    McKENZIE (April 26) — The McKenzie Middle School soccer team saw a phenomenal season come to a bittersweet end Friday in a 1-0 loss to the St. Mary’s Angels in the championship game of …

  • Rebels Fall to Hornets, 7-2

    Wednesday, May 1

    McKENZIE (April 26) — The McKenzie High School Rebels hosted South Gibson Friday for a non-district baseball contest. The Hornets out-hit the Rebels 10-7 and capitalized on opportunities in the …

  • Jarrett Throws One-Hitter as Rebels Swat Greenfield Yellowjackets, 10-0

    Wednesday, May 1

    GREENFIELD (April 23) — The McKenzie Rebels traveled Tuesday for a non-district high school baseball contest against the Greenfield Yellowjackets and earned a dominant 10-0 victory. Evan …

  • Lady Tigers Edge Lady War Eagles, 2-1

    Wednesday, May 1

    ATWOOD (April 25) — The West Carroll Lady War Eagles hosted the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central Lady Tigers Thursday for a District 11A high school softball contest. A pitching duel kept the game …

  • Inman Edges McKenzie in Eleven-Inning Thriller

    Wednesday, May 1

    PARIS (April 25) — The McKenzie Middle School Rebels traveled Thursday to face the Inman Bulldogs. Runs were at a premium as sharp pitching on both sides led to extra innings, with the Bulldogs …

  • Mustangs Sweep War Eagles in Home-Away Pair

    Wednesday, May 1

    ATWOOD/HUNTINGDON (April 22-23) — The West Carroll War Eagles and Huntingdon Mustangs played a pair of District 11A baseball contests last week. West Carroll made both games competitive, but …

  • Lady Bulldogs Win Five in Three Days

    Wednesday, May 1

    GLEASON (April 22-24) — The Gleason High School Lady Bulldogs rode a hot streak to earn five home wins in three days, including three District 13A victories.Monday, Gleason made quick work of …

  • Looking Back from our Sports Archives

    Wednesday, May 1

    10 YEARS AGO — High School Softball: Huntingdon Fillies 7, McKenzie Lady Rebels 2; Lady Rebels 3, Union City Lady Tornadoes 0; Lady Rebels 4, Henry County Lady Patriots 1; Fillies 7, West …

  • McKenzie Shooting Sports Team Wins at State

    Wednesday, May 1

    The McKenzie Shooting Sports Team competed on April 13 in Nashville at the 2019 Scholastic Clay Target Program Regional Shoot. The SCTP competition was team and individual based in which athletes had …

  • Carroll County Soil Conservation District Scholarship Award

    Wednesday, May 1

    (L to R) Donna Bryant, Carroll County Soil Conservation District Secretary, Morgan Cole (Huntingdon High School), Payton Connell (Huntingdon High School), Anna Woodall (West Carroll High School), and …

  • Rebels Top Obion County, Fall to Westview

    Wednesday, May 1

    TROY/MARTIN (April 22-23) — The McKenzie High School Rebel soccer team played a pair of road games last week resulting in a big win and a narrow loss.Monday, McKenzie visited Obion County and …

  • McKenzie TCAT Graduates 35

    Wednesday, May 1

    The Spring trimester at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology at McKenzie ended with graduation on April 23, 2019. The ceremony was at McKenzie First Cumberland Presbyterian Church and led by …

  • Bethel’s Stacie Freeman to Participate in Think Tank at Harvard

    Wednesday, May 1

    Harvard’s Think Tank on Global Education has invited Stacie Freeman, Bethel University professor and co-executive director of Bright Light Volunteers, to be at the forefront of testing and …

  • Mrs. Josie Brown’s Third Grade Class Reaches Reading Goal

    Wednesday, May 1

    Mrs. Josie Brown’s third grade class reached its reading goal of 1,000 Accelerated Reader points in March. The class maintained an average of 91.7 percent correct in comprehension while …

  • Mrs. Courtney Kee’s Third Grade Class Reaches Reading Goal

    Wednesday, May 1

    Mrs. Courtney Kee’s third grade class reached its reading goal of 1,000 Accelerated Reader points in March. The class maintained an average of 92.6 percent correct in comprehension while …

  • MES Book Fair Winners

    Wednesday, May 1

    McKenzie Elementary School recently held its spring BOGO Scholastic Book Fair. A family night was held on Wednesday, March 20. Parents were allowed to register their child for a chance to win $50 in …

  • Coach Misty Aird Welcomed to Rotary

    Wednesday, May 1

    McKENZIE (April 16) — Misty Aird is the newest member of the McKenzie Rotary Club. Aird was inducted on Tuesday, April 16 by President Krista Martin. She was sponsored by her husband, Matt, and …

  • Rotarians Hear About Northwest Tennessee Support Programs

    Wednesday, May 1

    McKENZIE (April 23) — McKenzie Rotary Club members heard about support programs through the Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council. Amber Gilmer, Carroll County Service Manager, spoke …

  • Free Airplane Rides for Kids Success After Rain Delay

    Wednesday, May 1

    McKENZIE — The April Young Eagles Flight Rally at Carroll County Airport took place Saturday, April 27, one week later than expected because of rain.  Thirty kids had a great time …

  • Three Countians Complete UT-M Nursing Program

    Wednesday, May 1

    MARTIN — April 23, 2019 – Rachel Kincy, of McKenzie, and Morgan McMackin and Abigail Pierce, both of Huntingdon, finished the University of Tennessee at Martin’s Bachelor of Science …

  • Chamber Hosts Expo

    Wednesday, May 1

    The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce hosted a business expo on Thursday, April 11 at the Carroll County Civic Center.“Approximately 775 people visited the 41 exhibitors at the 2019 Chamber …

  • The CO Visits McKenzie Rotary Club

    Wednesday, May 1

    The CO of Jackson, Tenn. visited McKenzie Rotary Club on Tuesday, April 16 to speak about the organization’s offerings of services to local businesses and individuals. The CO has three mobile …

  • McKenzie’s ‘Easter Express’ Delights Dozens of Kids

    Wednesday, May 1

    McKENZIE (April 20) — The City of McKenzie and the McKenzie Economic Development Corporation hosted “Easter Express” downtown Saturday.The event featured train rides through town on …

  • Grand Parade of the World’s Biggest Fish Fry

    Wednesday, May 1

    McKenzie Marching Rebels earned the top honor at the World’s Biggest Fish Fry Grand Parade on Friday, April 26.This is believed to be the tenth year straight the band has earned top honors.The …

  • Four Arrested in Atwood After Entering Home

    Wednesday, May 1

    Four men were arrested April 23 for allegedly trespassing on private property in Atwood.Antonio Germaine Walker, 20, of McLemoresville; Isaac S. Bobbitt, 22, of Atwood; Al-Kareem Williamson, 19, of …

  • Twenty-Two High School Seniors Score in Top Eight Percent of Nation

    Wednesday, May 1

    CARROLL COUNTY — Twenty-two high school seniors from Carroll County were recognized by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce for their academic excellence, by scoring a 29 or better on the …

  • Bethel’s Graduation is Saturday, May 4

    Wednesday, May 1

    McKENZIE — Bethel University’s Spring Commencement is Saturday, May 4, 2019 in the Rosemary and Harry Crisp II Arena in McKenzie. There are two ceremonies. The first, at 9 a.m., is for …

  • Carroll County Sports Hall of Fame to Induct Seven

    Wednesday, May 1

    Seven new members will be inducted into the Carroll County Sports Hall of Fame at the annual banquet May 4 at the Carroll County Civic Center.The new inductees include Patrick Willis (Bruceton-Hollow …

  • Servall Sign Tumbled in Monday Crash

    Wednesday, May 1

    The Servall sign was tumbled as a motorist left U.S. 79 and struck the sign at the intersection of Grandberry and Highland (U.S. 79) in McKenzie. McKenzie Police and Fire, and Baptist Ambulance …

  • Tri-Counties Show Mixed Unemployment Rates

    Wednesday, May 1

    NASHVILLE (April 25) — The percentage of persons unemployed in February decreased from the February rate in the tri-counties of Carroll, Henry and Weakley.Carroll County remained steady with a …

  • State Democrat Party Chair Visits Weakley County

    Wednesday, May 1

    Mary Mancini, chair of the Tennessee Democratic Party, travelled to Weakley County on Thursday, April 18, to hold a Blue Cocktail Hour at The Lindell in Martin. The primary purpose of the event was …

  • Huntingdon Council Authorizes Emergency Repairs

    Wednesday, May 1

    HUNTINGDON (April 23) — Huntingdon’s Town Council met in its second session of the month with a brief agenda of activity.The only action taken during the meeting was board members …

  • McKenzie School Board to Recognize Retirees; Approve Fees

    Wednesday, May 1

    McKENZIE — The McKenzie School Board meets Tuesday, May 7, for the final time before school dismisses and will recognize retiring high school librarian Mona Batchelor and support staff member …

  • McKenzie Garden Club Beautifies Bethel’s Alumni Garden

    Wednesday, May 1

    The ladies of the McKenzie Garden Club provided their expertise in beautifying the Alumni Garden on the campus of Bethel University last week. The ladies planted flowers and greenery on each of the …

  • Clarksburg to Improve School Traffic Safety

    Wednesday, May 1

    CLARKSBURG (April 22) — During their regular meeting Monday, Clarksburg’s Mayor and Aldermen gave final approval to a much-needed safety improvement for the traffic areas around …

  • Huntingdon School Board Hears Personnel Changes

    Wednesday, May 1

    HUNTINGDON — The Huntingdon Board of Education met in an early-morning session Thursday, April 25 with a brief but busy session. After approving the March meeting minutes and budget amendments, …

  • Blessed Assurance

    Tuesday, April 30

    In the third and final edition focusing on the early churches of McKenzie, we will look at the Baptist Churches in McKenzie and conclude with the Church of Christ. This edition starts with Enon …

  • Jerry Bailey

    Tuesday, April 30

    Jerry David Bailey, 58, of Madison, Alabama died April 21, 2019. Jerry was born in Huntingdon, Tenn. on October 15, 1960.Survivors include his wife, Susan; sons, Evan and Alex; parents, Sam and Sue …

  • Mildred Townsend

    Tuesday, April 30

    HUNTINGDON — Mrs. Mildred Townsend, 84, of Huntingdon, Tennessee died Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at her home.Funeral services were Saturday, April 27, 2019. Interment was in the Christian Chapel …

  • Catherine Watkins

    Tuesday, April 30

    HUNTINGDON — Ms. Catherine Marie Watkins, 62, of Huntingdon, Tennessee died Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at the Baptist Hospital in Huntingdon.No services are scheduled at this time.Ms. Watkins was …

  • Cynthia Kemp

    Monday, April 29

    McKENZIE — Services for Mrs. Cynthia Jo Billingsley Kemp are Tuesday April 30, 2019 at Brummitt-McKenzie Funeral Home with burial to follow at Shiloh Cemetery located on State …

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