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Joint Investigation, Public Assistance Plea, Yields Carroll County Homicide Arrest BUENA VISTA – A joint investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Carroll County … more
Children in Carroll County returned to school on Monday, August 5 for a half-day of school. The five special school districts all operate on the same calendar because all rely on county school bus … more
McKENZIE — Despite the threat of wintry weather, hundreds of excited students, family and friends made their way to Bethel’s Rosemary and Harry Crisp II Arena to cheer on the … more
McKENZIE (August 2) — As part of McKenzie’s sesquicentennial celebration was a celebration of 100 years of women’s suffrage, the right to vote in the United States.Approximately 75 … more
HUNTINGDON (December 4) — School improvement and evaluation of the programs and facilities of the three school sites were part of the annual Joint Venture of the Huntingdon Special School … more
McKENZIE (July 8) — A 45-foot wooden train is the newest addition to the McKenzie Station playground in downtown McKenzie. On Monday, the new 45-foot wooden train was placed adjacent to the … more
Carroll County Chamber of Commerce held its annual Membership Banquet on Monday, October 22 at the Carroll County Civic Center. Among the honors presented were the Agri-Business Person of the Year, … 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 — The Annual Freedom Festival got underway with a well-attended Kiddie Parade Thursday morning. Kids and their families came out and had fun despite the hot sun and rising … more
Growing up I always heard children are supposed to be scared of the dentist. I guess for some bizarre reason I was the exception to the rule or maybe I just had a really good dentist.A few weeks … 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
No Details Released on Funeral Arrangements -  Baptist Hospital of Carroll County today announces the death of long-time physician and public servant Jerry Atkins.  Atkins served  in private medical practice and  served the public on many volunteer boards.  We are very saddened at the passing of our beloved colleague, mentor and friend Dr. Jerry Atkins. He was an amazing physician and a wonderful man. As a doctor, and a member of this community he was as highly thought of as they come. He happily and lovingly served the people of Carroll County for more than 50 years. He made our community a better place. For that, we are eternally grateful. We will all miss him greatly. Our thoughts and prayers are with his lovely wife Paula and his beautiful children and grandchildren. more
By Cindy ChambersBethel University RelationsWhen Bethel University Associate Chaplain Garrett Burns came calling on the McKenzie Rotary Club last week, he was following a “calling” of his … more
Last week’s edition closed with Webb School being destroyed by fire in 1936. Valued at approximately $30,000, the school rose from the ashes through the fortitude of the African-American … more
McKENZIE (February 12) — Valentino Willis, 71, who is a member of the Harlem Comedy Basketball team, entertained students at McKenzie Middle School while delivering a message to avoid drugs, … 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
The Morning Glory Garden Club maintains a butterfly garden of live plants at the McKenzie Elementary School. Each year, the Club sponsors a butterfly release at the school. The Club provides the … 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
The National Weather Service is predicting a wintry mix mid-week. Below is the forecast for northwest Tennessee.   Tonight -Tuesday, November 13   Mostly cloudy, with a low … more
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