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HUNTINGDON (July 30) — Carroll County Library’s Summer Reading program came to a close Thursday with a Back-to-School Bash featuring awards for top readers, fun activities and tons of … more
McKENZIE — E.W. James and produce manager Kristie Wainscott were recently awarded Honorable Mention in the national Idaho Potato Lover’s Display Contest.The annual contest challenges … more
McKENZIE (July 18) — Caroline Perry of McKenzie, Alexis and Aiden Wheeler of Alabama were helping Matt Perry at his booth at the McKenzie Farmer’s Market on Saturday. Area citizens sell … more
July 12 was the 72nd wedding anniversary of James E. and Bonnie Jean Webb of Huntingdon. They shared their anniversary on Sunday separated by glass, since no one is allowed visitors inside … more
McLEMORESVILLE (July 4) — Hundreds gathered downtown Saturday to celebrate Independence Day with a parade, music and fireworks. The event began with a parade featuring 59 participants including cars, horses, golf carts, four-wheelers, bikes and more all decorated patriotically, plus emergency vehicles from the area. more
McKENZIE — Saturday mornings are made better with fresh fruits and vegetables from McKenzie’s Farmers Market. The former Studebaker dealership provides one of the only indoor markets for … more
Tibby was born Liberty Aloyce Walton on August 12, 1918, in Little Rock, Arkansas, to Robert and Mary Aletha McWhirter Walton. Her father wanted to name her Liberty Bell but her mother intervened. more
HUNTINGDON — Icey-Tek USA sponsored a fireworks and country music show at the Carroll County Civic Center on Friday, July 3. more
HUNTINGDON (June 26) — Shooting Hunger hosted its fourth annual sporting clays shooting event Friday at Carroll County Shooting Sports Park and raised enough funds for regional food banks to provide 250,000 meals to hungry Tennesseans. more
McKENZIE (June 27) — A special event brought the community together Saturday at Mulberry Park and showed the unity and love that McKenzie has despite tumultuous times in the nation and the … more
HUNTINGDON (June 19) — The Carroll County Library partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee for a perishable and frozen “Food Drop” Friday at the Carroll County … more
Huntingdon High School Alumni Association presented two scholarships to 2020 graduates of the school. Pictured (L to R) Carl Byars, Alumni treasurer, recipients Adyn Swenson and Hannah Reeves, and … more
WE CARE Ministries and Prairie Farms host a Grocery Drive By and Pick up Thursday, June 25 from 2-3:30 p.m. at WE CARE in Martin. WE CARE Ministries and Prairie Farms will distribute food and … more
The vocal grace and ease of an auctioneer have always been a fascination of mine. Reed’s Auction Company is a logo ingrained in my memory. At a young age, I remember standing with the granddad … more
ATWOOD (June 4) — West Carroll High School held a special commencement Thursday in the gymnasium for a pair of graduates entering military service prior to the school’s June 18 … more
Thelma Kee was born to Ken Kee and Eunie Pinkley Kee on January 14, 1908, on a farm in Yuma just outside of Clarksburg, Tennessee. She had two brothers, Ray and Ben, Jr.Growing up on a farm, she was … more
McKenzie Memorial Library reopened Monday, June 8.The library is practicing social distancing for community safety.Only five people will be allowed into the library at a time, no more than two people … more
McKENZIE — Pope’s Concessions of Greenfield set up several of its food trailers at the McKenzie Plaza shopping center over the weekend.The business, which has provided concessions and … more
New homeowners Danielle Beasley and girls Zayleigh, Hayden, and Hallee welcomed friends and neighbors into their new Gleason home Sunday, May 24, 2020. Weakley County Habitat for Humanity (WCHFH) … more
Anders and Braxton Rider display the big fish they caught at the newly reopened Carroll Lake in McKenzie. The two fished from kayaks in the lillypads. The fishing lake reopened May 1 after being … more
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