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The summer trimester at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology at McKenzie ended with graduation on August 23, 2019. The ceremony was at McKenzie First Cumberland Presbyterian Church and led by … more
DRESDEN (September 6) — The ownership changed today for Tri-County Publishing, Inc. (TCP), the publisher of the Dresden Enterprise and The McKenzie Banner. Joel and Teresa Washburn of McKenzie, … more
PILLOWVILLE (September 5) — The hard work of the residents of the Pillowville Community, between McKenzie and Greenfield, paid off recently when the first patient was transported from the … more
HUNTINGDON (August 31) — Huntingdon Elks Lodge #2152 hosted an all-day open house Saturday, inviting the public to enjoy food, fellowship and fun activities while learning about the wide reach … more
Pictured is a hearse as it appeared in the 1969 Centennial Parade. The owner, Charles Penick, pictured on the right riding on the seat, purchased it when he bought Scates Undertakers and was used in … more
Growing up I heard a tale of two gun-toting outlaws from out west robbing the little bank on the square. Which in my mind gave way to the romanticized idea of a John Dillinger or Bonnie and Clyde … more
Donna Vick, Donor Relations Manager at Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee (Camden), was the program at the McKenzie Rotary Club on Tuesday, August 27. Founded in 1978, Second Harvest Food … more
Tennessee Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn visited Huntingdon Middle School last week. In a brief stop, she visited the classrooms of Misty Vaughn, fourth grade language arts; Amber Douglas, … more
HUNTINGDON (September 5) — Beating Hearts Help Center hosted its annual fund-raising banquet at the Carroll County Civic Center on September 5.Approximately 350 persons filled the Civic Center … more
HUNTINGON (August 6) — Friday morning Jennifer Twyman King was administered the oath of office as chancellor of the 24th Judicial District. King was appointed September 4 by Tennessee Governor … more
McKENZIE — President Walter Butler announces the College of Arts and Sciences 2019-2020 recipient of The Hutchins Scholar Award is McKenzie, Tennessee resident Mr. Jack Surber. The Hutchins … more
McKENZIE (August 27) — Natalie Austin and a group from First Baptist Church-McKenzie made a mission trip to Guatemala over the summer. The local church partnered with Clubhouse to serve the … more
McKENZIE (August 22) — During intermission of the Thursday performance of Southern Fried Funnies, Carroll Arts presented its annual Friend of the Arts Award to Christian Nunnery. Nunnery is a … more
I did not know Dr. Headden personally, but I knew of him. From the fish tank at his office to his love for the Church, Dr. Headden was a giant among men in McKenzie. He was a dedicated husband, … more
Gleason and neighboring towns enjoyed the hospitality and fun of the 46th annual Tater Town Special, a week-long event featuring games, food, music, a parade, and worship service.Jimmy Belew was the … more
Students at Head Start-McKenzie started the 2019-20 year last week. Carroll County Mayor Joseph Butler welcomed students and parents as they entered the building.  more
McKENZIE (August 22) — Christian Care Center marked the completion of the first of three phases of renovations Thursday with an open house and ribbon-cutting.Administrators, staff, residents … more
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