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In this week’s edition, I started researching various McKenzie families. Through books, online searches and The McKenzie Banner archives I ran across the Cannon’s, the family-owned J.P. … more
The Shack restaurant held its grand opening on Friday and Saturday, July 12 and 13 at 135 South Main Street, McKenzie. The restaurant is owned and operated by Don Caperton with assistance from his … more
LOUISVILLE, Ky (July 8, 2019) — Joey Meeks, from Sharon, Tenn. and a student at Tennessee College of Applied Tech-McKenzie (McKenzie), was awarded the college bronze medal in Major Appliance … more
McKENZIE (July 8-12) — Over two dozen school-age kids learned a variety of skills in the arts last week at Carroll Arts’ annual five-day Creativity Camp, held at First Cumberland … more
McKENZIE — U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee’s first female U.S. senator, is the featured speaker at the Women’s Suffrage Commemorative Luncheon, sponsored by the City of … more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Municipal League recently elected its 2019-2020 board of directors during its annual conference in Memphis. McKenzie Mayor Jill Holland was elected president. As … more
McKENZIE (July 9) — McKenzie Rotary Club members heard a program on Carroll County Electric Department and its deployment of new electronic meters. Danny Brawner, general manager, and Ryan … more
Dr. Elbert E. Edwards, Jr. came to McKenzie on November 1, 1945 after leaving the Army as a Captain. Edwards was offered a promotion to Major, but declined the promotion for the desire to practice … more
MARTIN, Tenn. – Morgan Sturgis, of Huntingdon, received the 2019 RisingStar Leadership Scholarship during the WestStar Leadership Program’s annual graduation ceremony held June 25 in … more
McLEMORESVILLE — Citizens braved the heat and occasional rain to witness the annual 4th of July parade that featured animals, walkers, battery-powered vehicles, bicycles, decorated golf carts, … more
McKENZIE (June 18) — AHC McKenzie, a senior living and rehabilitation center in McKenzie, Tennessee, recently received a 2019 Bronze Commitment to Quality Award from the American Health Care … more
TREZEVANT (June 29) — A huge crowd gathered Saturday at the Trezevant Community Center to celebrate the 100th birthday of Hestella Adkisson.The centenarian arrived at the party with a Carroll … more
MARTIN — Members of the WestStar Leadership Program’s class of 2019 graduated Tuesday, June 25, during WestStar’s closing event held at Madison Downs Venue in Jackson. A 5:15 p.m. … 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
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
McKenzie was all abuzz in May of 1975 with the anticipated arrival of Hollywood Legend Bob Hope. The film icon was scheduled for a stage performance at Bethel College on Sunday, May 31 in order to … 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
HUNTINGDON (June 27) — The Carroll County Library’s summer reading program continued Thursday with a fun-filled lesson about the sun and energy led by Connie Bond, Huntingdon Primary … more
Samuel Tharpe, a retired educator/administrator and former mayor of Paris, is the new president of the Rotary Club of Paris. He was inducted by fellow member Bruce Reed during the Thursday, July 27 … more
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