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NASHVILLE — State Rep. Brock Martin, R-Huntingdon, was officially sworn in as a member of the Tennessee House of Representatives on Tuesday, January 10. more
Members of the West Tennessee Public Television Council, Inc. announce the appointment of Peter Noll as the station’s new general manager and CEO. Noll begins at West Tenn. PBS (WLJT-TV) January 2023. more
PARIS — Katie Wells, RN, BSN, is the new director of the Women’s Center at Henry County Medical Center.  The Women’s Center is a state-of-the-art birthing experience from pre-natal to post-natal. more
State Representative Tandy Darby (R-Greenfield) spoke to Youth Leadership Carroll County on December 7. more
Nancy Bean has been part of the Bethel University community since she was three years old. Today, as incoming chair of the Board of Trustees, she continues serving the institution that has meant so much to her over the years. more
McKENZIE — For Joe McGuigan, graduating with his Bachelor of Arts in History on December 10 from Bethel University was just the next chapter in an already full and wildly diverse life. more
PARIS, Tenn. – Franklin Matthew made his debut at HCMC on January 1, 2023, becoming this year’s New Year Baby. He was born in the Women’s Center of Henry County Medical Center … more
HUNTINGDON (December 22) — Larry Logan was honored for his service to the judiciary by the Carroll County Bar Association on Thursday, December 22 at 4 p.m. Logan served as the Carroll County General Sessions Judge and Juvenile Judge for 41 years. more
Will McBride, of McKenzie, received a bachelor’s degree in agricultural engineering Dec. 10 during the University of Tennessee at Martin fall commencement held in the Kathleen and Tom Elam … more
McKENZIE — John Rufli, executive director of Friends of Land Between the Lakes, was the featured speaker at the Rotary Club of McKenzie on Tuesday, December 6.  more
McKENZIE (November 22) — Members of the Rotary Club of McKenzie toured Pottery Direct, one of McKenzie’s newest manufacturers on Tuesday, November 22. The company is located in the North McKenzie Industrial Park (Airport Park). more
Members of the McKenzie High School Class of 1967 held their 55-year reunion on October 8 at McKenzie Church of Christ. more
MARTIN — Alyssa Bynum and Bob Sparks live in different West Tennessee communities, but they share some things in common. Both are successful teachers, both are dedicated educators, and both are now WestTeach graduates. They were members of the fourth WestTeach class that graduated Dec. 13 at the University of Tennessee at Martin.  more
McKENZIE (December 13) — Rotary Club of McKenzie donated $1,000 to the McKenzie Rebels football program in an effort to purchase championship rings for the 2022 Class 1A State Championships. more
McKENZIE (December 6) — Lynn Watkins, 59, is retiring from his position as director of schools on June 30, 2023. more
NASHVILLE (December 7) — Jackson Cassidy is the Class 1A Mr. Football. The senior quarterback for McKenzie was one of three finalists including Kumaro Brown of Memphis Academy of Science and Engineering and Isaiah Thomison of Fayetteville High School. more
McKENZIE — Jeff and April Wilson are excited to be serving their hometown of McKenzie and surrounding area through the launch of their premium, fresh pet food and supplies company, Pet Wants Jackson. more
McKENZIE — Bobby Gee’s Diner is celebrating its tenth anniversary on December 12 and is hosting a celebration. more
The Northwest Tennessee Tourism Board hired Kasey Muench to be the new executive director.  This position is responsible for working throughout the nine-county region to promote and encourage … more
McKENZIE (November 22) — Morning Glory Garden Club planted a cherry tree on the campus of McKenzie City Hall in honor of Mayor Jill Holland. more
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