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Frank Ferrante brought his portrayal of Groucho Marx to the stage of the Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center on Saturday, May 18. He delighted the audience with the comedy of the late actor. more
McKENZIE (May 14) — Members of the Rotary Club of McKenzie heard from Bethel University’s Global Studies program. Stacie Freeman, leader of Bethel University Global Studies, was the featured speaker. She thanked the club members for donating supplies for a service/learning trip to Guatemala, where Bethel students and community members, worked in elementary schools in Guatemala City. Travelers also visited Lake Atitlan, Antiqua, and San Juan. more
McKENZIE (May 15) — On Wednesday, The Banner asked its online community to spot the difference between two photos taken on April 26 and May 15, 2024 after it was brought to our attention by two different business owners that the Do Not Enter sign that instructs drivers on Broadway not to turn right on to Lee Street (a one-way street) was removed on May 9 after the city council meeting. more
McKenzie Memorial Day Program The speaker is Reverend Garrett Burns, a reserve chaplain with the U.S. Navy. Traditionally, veterans place a wreath at the War Memorial in Veterans Park, downtown McKenzie. Placing the wreath is Dana Deem, retired Air Force representing the American Legion and Steve Davis, VFW Post 4939 commander, U.S. Army retired. more
HUNTINGDON (May 6) — A new headquarters for the Carroll County Emergency Communications District (commonly known as the 911 district) is moving forward after the Board of Directors voted to proceed with the design of a new 5,422 square-foot facility on Dillahunty Lane in Huntingdon. more
The Carroll County Arts Council will host its Annual Creativity Camp from June 10-14, 2024. The event is open to elementary and middle school students residing in Carroll County. Activities in music, art, creative writing and drama are the focus. more
The Dixie and The Jackson Symphony are thrilled to announce their collaboration once again, bringing enchanting melodies to Huntingdon’s Court Square on Thursday, June 13, 2024. This year’s event, aptly titled “Jazzed for Summer,” promises an unforgettable evening of musical exploration and celebration. more
A meet and greet for Coach Dru Emerson and Coach Justin Lowery is Saturday, May 18 at Hometown Hangout. The event is 4:30-6 p.m. at the Hangout, adjacent to Gary Simmons Automotive. It is a come-and-go event. more
McKENZIE (May 6) — On Tuesday, Carroll County Mayor Joseph Butler delivered a State of the County Address to the McKenzie Rotary Club. Butler explained that Carroll County is in good financial shape and is in the final stages of preparation for presenting the Fiscal Year 2024-2025 Budget. Butler was elected as Carroll County Mayor in 2018. more
McKENZIE (MAY 8) — Twin Rivers Orthopeadics and Baptist Medical Group held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new clinic in McKenzie, on State Route 22 near McKenzie High School. more
Many people in the south experienced a rare incident — an Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights on Friday, May 10. more
McKENZIE (May 9) — On Thursday two things happened regarding Broadway Street: the one-way street sign was removed temporarily allowing two-way travel on the street; and during the meeting of the McKenzie City Council, Ordinance 569 to convert Broadway to a one-way street passed its first of two readings. more
McKENZIE (May 2) — Carroll County Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Day of Prayer event on Thursday, May 2 at the Carroll County Airport in the main hangar. more
ATWOOD — Memphis Wrestling delighted fans at West Carroll High School with an outstanding show in the school’s gymnasium. The event was fundraiser for the War Eagle football team. more
Carroll Arts sponsored an important event on April 27 with the assistance of the Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center. more
HUNTINGDON (May 4) — The pieces are being assembled for all children to play inclusively. Carroll County Inclusion Park is coming together as workers busily assemble all the special playground equipment in preparation for children’s play. more
HUNTINGDON (May 4) — The Carroll County Sports Hall of Fame Board of Directors inducted its twenty-second class of members during a celebration on Saturday, May 4 at the Carroll County Civic Center. Nine members were inducted and 10 high school seniors were recognized for their athletic and academic accomplishments. more
A group of first responders in Carroll County were honored for their fast and efficient response and care for victims of an automobile accident. The group was honored by the Children’s Emergency Care Alliance of Tennessee more
HUNTINGDON (May 1) — Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County received an ‘A’ Hospital Safety Grade from the Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit upholding the standard of patient safety in hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers. more
According to the bid notice dated March 9, 2018, The Waldren Street STP Lighting project plan involves street light installation, curb ramp installation, and sidewalk replacement to comply with ADA regulations. The project is located in the City of McKenzie, Tenn., on Waldren Street, South Main Street and Broadway Street. more
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