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About 10 or 11 years old, I became enamored with the game of golf. By seventh-grade, I had enough sense to realize there were not any 5’7’’ centers in the NBA or 115-pound … more
HUNTINGDON (September 22) — During Tuesday’s regular meeting, the Huntingdon Town Council and Mayor Dale Kelley presented a commendation to Lori Nolen for more than a decade of service to … more
SMYRNA (September 18) — Local Tennessee National Guard members were among approximately 116 soldiers from the 194th Engineer Brigade based in Jackson, who returned home September 18, 2020, … more
McKENZIE (September 11) — The staff of Cash Express honored local first responders on Friday, the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, by presenting cakes to the McKenzie police and fire … more
McKENZIE (September 5) — Members of the Webb (School) Alumni Association are celebrating their 50 anniversary. The usual big Labor Day weekend gathering of alumni, friends and family at the … more
The recent unrest around the expansion of hog farming in Carroll County has shined a temporary light on the once-thriving community of Big Buck. With barn construction under way, a passel estimated … more
McKENZIE (August 22) — Willow Mae Pate had a wonderful first birthday party at the Pillowville Country Store in Weakley County. The miracle baby was all smiles as family, friends and … more
As each school year begins, there is a certain buzz in the air that focuses on the tradition of high school football. Cooler temperatures and stadium lights frame that imagery around the game, but … more
On August 21, Weakley County lost one of its favorite sons. Ronald ‘Ronnie’ Arnold died after a short illness. Here are excerpts of a feature written about Ronnie and wife, Martha, in … more
Part I In 1937, Elwood Ray Morris was born on the family farm located along Morris Cemetery Road in Wildersville, Tennessee. He was the middle child of Navis and Elwood Morris, Jack was 5 years … more
CLARKSBURG — Cub Scout Pack #276 worked this Summer in the Spirit of Service.The Pack’s work culminated July 29 in work on First Lady Maria Lee’s Tennessee Kids Serve Summer … more
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
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