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MARTIN — During commencement exercises on May 6, Jack Lawrence of McKenzie received a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from the University of Tennessee at Martin. Here, he is pictured with his parents, Benjamin and Nichole, and his grandmother, Susan. more
McKenzie/Carroll County United Neighbors received a donation of 567 healthy food items (weighing a total of 430.37 pounds) for our first Food Drive event during April promoting Food Waste Awareness. It is expected to be an annual event. more
Eric Flores, of Henry, and Ashton Parsley, of McKenzie, recently earned certifications in information technology systems. more
In April, seven students from the Tennessee College of Applied Technology–McKenzie were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society. more
The Carroll County Technical Center announces Daniel Latimer, a senior at McKenzie High School, was awarded the Hospitality Tennessee Education Foundation Scholarship for the HospitalityTN Education Foundation. more
Nine local business, civic and government leaders graduated from the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce 2022 Adult Leadership Class. Since its inception in 1990, 428 people have graduated from the Chamber’s Adult Leadership program. more
McKENZIE (May 5) — Angel Newbill of Nicole Lashes & Beauty cut the ceremonial red ribbon marking the official opening of her business located 414 Elm Street in McKenzie. more
HUNTINGDON — Equestrian by Cachengo hosted its grand opening on Saturday, April 22, 2023, noon to 3 p.m. at its new location on Industrial Drive in Huntingdon. A ribbon-cutting event was hosted by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce. more
It is with great pride that James and Karen Muratori of Whiting, Indiana, and Richard and Lori Mayo of Gleason announce the upcoming wedding of their children, Andrew James Muratori and Merissa Brooke Mayo. more
HUNTINGDON — There was a quiet transition of ownership of Webb Dental Clinic on April 1, 2023. Dr. Billy Webb sold his family dental practice to Dr. Katelyn Robertson, who joined the practice in the summer of 2022 shortly after graduating from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center with a doctorate in Dental Surgery. more
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (April 21) — The new Crooked Creek Wildlife Refuge in Carroll County is named in memory of Sergeant Lee Russell, who died in August 2022 while serving in the in the aviation division of the Tennessee Highway Patrol where he assisted with search and rescue, warrant execution, air cover, and more. more
McKENZIE — Two Bethel University student-athletes were honored and presented scholarships Wednesday by the Peppers Automotive Group, based in Paris, with a Ford dealership in McKenzie. more
McKENZIE (April 1) — McKenzie Band held its annual beauty revues for students in McKenzie Special School District. The competition included competition in six categories. The event was in the McKenzie High School Theatre. The winners ranged in age from 4 to 18 and are pictured. more
PURYEAR (March 28) — Representatives of Paris BPU, Silicon Ranch and Tennessee Valley Authority gathered in Puryear at the new 6.75-megawatt solar farm for a ‘flip the switch’ event to symbolically turn on the power the 20,410 solar panels (modules) in 230 rows that span 80 acres. more
CARROLL COUNTY (April 3) — Twelve high school seniors from Carroll County were recognized by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce for their academic excellence by scoring a 29 or better on the national ACT test. The Carroll County Chamber hosted a luncheon on April 3 at Mallard’s Restaurant to honor these students. more
Bethel University sophomore Gracelyn Eaves is one of 15 students from NAIA and NCCAA colleges across the country selected to participate in the Red Cross Leadership Program for 2023. more
Within his little boy’s vivid imagination, Drew Hayes often played in the big leagues. Playing baseball in the backyard with his father was a regular occurrence growing up. “We would pretend to be our favorite teams playing against an opponent at a critical point in the game,” Drew recalled. “Those times were magical to me and I’m sure created the love I have for baseball.” more
Clarksburg welcomed a new business on Saturday, March 18, with the relocation and grand opening of Freedom Gunworks, LLC. Randy and Rachel Comeau have operated the business from their home for the past year. more
HUNTINGDON (March 17) — W. Kent Jones arrived at work Friday thinking he had five appointments with clients on that day. Instead, those fictitious appointments were a decoy to assure Jones attended his own surprise birthday party. more
McKENZIE (March 17) — D&D Service Center, 25675 Highway 22, closed Friday, March 17. The owner is retiring after operating the business for 43 years. more
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