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Community Focus
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McKENZIE — McKenzie Industrial Board and the McKenzie Chamber of Commerce, along with participating manufacturers in McKenzie, celebrated Manufacturing Week on October 6-13. more
McKENZIE — A steel walking bridge is now suspended over a small creek adjacent to Power Supply/McKenzie Feed and Grain and is expected to open by Christmas. Martin Paving Company and Crane Services Inc. installed the structure last week. more
Stephen Brown, a lifelong McKenzie native and CSX engineer, had the recent honor of working the CSX Santa Train, which runs through parts of Kentucky, Virgina, and Tennessee along the Appalachian Trail. In its 81st year, the Santa Train carried approximately 13 tons of supplies to those along the 110-mile route, consisting of toys, food, wrapping paper, and stuffed backpacks. The train embarked on its 10-hour journey beginning in Pikeville, Kentucky and ending in Kingsport, Tenn. more
McKENZIE (November 14) — On Tuesday, Dr. Yancy Freeman Sr., chancellor of UT Martin, spoke to the McKenzie Rotary Club. more
On November 15, the McKenzie High School Alumni Association (MHSAA) presented a $200 donation to McKenzie Elementary School for its Backpack Buddies program. According to MES Principal Tonya Brown, … more
Ovation TV, America’s premier arts network, and partner Charter Communications, Inc., today announced the recipients of the 2023-2024 Stand For The Arts Awards, which recognizes local arts, … more
HUNTINGDON (November 4) — Crystal Gayle wowed the sold-out audience at the Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center on Saturday evening, November 4. The country music artist, with her ankle-length hair, greeted audience members after the show. more
The annual Carroll County Habitat for Humanity Gala is Thursday, November 9, 6 p.m. at the Carroll County Civic Center. Individual tickets are $50 each with proceeds going to build homes for more families in Carroll County. more
McKENZIE — On November 2, Centennial Bank delivered winter coats to all our children at the Head Start Center in McKenzie. more
(October 27) — Gibson County Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA) announces the expansion of its services to Carroll County, prompting the name change from Gibson County CASA to CASA of Midwest Tennessee. more
McKenzie (Tennessee) Board of Education meets Tuesday, November 7, at 5:30 p.m. at the Board Office, Bell Avenue, McKenzie. The following items are on the agenda. Consider for approval the … more
McKENZIE (October 24) — McKenzie’s Police and Fire departments received a $1,857 donation to their Christmas for Kids program from Drew Beeler of Hometown Hangout on Tuesday following the meet-and-greet event organized at Hometown Hangout on October 21. more
McKENZIE (October 26) — The tenth anniversary of the Boo Bash, a joint effort between Bethel University and the City McKenzie, was one of the biggest yet with approximately 3,500 people attending. more
Gary Simmons invited McKenzie’s entire Police Department, Fire Department, Volunteer Fire Department and dispatchers to a dinner catered and served by Hometown Hangout. more
The McKenzie Rotary welcomed Mayfield, Kentucky Mayor Kathy O’Nan as a guest and program speaker. O’Nan who has served as mayor since January 2019 faced the COVID-19 pandemic and the F4 tornado that leveled most of Mayfield on December 10, 2021. more
Twenty-two classmates of the Class of 1963 gathered at Mallard’s Restaurant in Huntingdon at 3 p.m., Saturday, October 14, 2023. more
McKENZIE (October 17) — On Tuesday, Dr. Just Barden, Director of Schools for the McKenzie Special District, spoke to the McKenzie Rotary Club. He spoke proudly about the things taking place at the three schools. more
McKENZIE (October 21) — The McKenzie Police and Fire Departments worked with Hometown Hangout to raise funds for Christmas for Kids. Firefighters and police officers were on hand taking part in a meet-and-greet with community members with police vehicles and fire trucks on the scene. They also helped serve and work the carry-out orders. A bounce house and slide were also provided for the youth. more
HUNTINGDON (October 19) — The Town of Huntingdon dedicated its government complex building in memory of long-time mayor and resident Dale R. Kelley on Thursday. A crowd of family and friends joined Huntingdon Mayor Nina Smothers for the dedication of the building. more
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