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Cody Alcorn, of Atlanta, Georgia; April Armstrong, of Bartlett; and Jimmy Tosh, of Henry, will be honored with alumni awards from the University of Tennessee at Martin during homecoming festivities October 1. more
CARROLL COUNTY FAIREST OF FAIR 2022 — Brooklyn Polinski, 18, a graduate of West Carroll High School and a student at Jackson State Community College is the 2022 Fairest of the Fair. She is the daughter of Jessica Estes and Tommy Polinski of Atwood. She has blond hair and green eyes. Her career choice is to become a registered nurse. more
Freshman Representative: Madison Polinski. Madison, the daughter of Tommy Polinski and Stephanie Polinski. more
Huntingdon — Huntingdon High School celebrated Homecoming ’22 last week capped by the naming of the Homecoming Queen and Royalty and of course the Homecoming game. more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Chiropractic Association (TCA) presented Dr. Brock Martin of Huntingdon with their esteemed Chiropractor of the Year award for his significant achievements and dedication to excellence. more
Friends of Reverend John Adams came from Jackson to have breakfast at Bobby Gee’s. Brother Adams is the former vice president for Religious Affairs at Union University and former pastor of First Baptist Church, McKenzie. more
McKENZIE — Corene Bennett of McKenzie will celebrate her 100th birthday on September 22 with family and friends.  more
McKENZIE (September 8) — Thursday evening, during the regular meeting of the City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council, the council was made aware of the recent promotion of the police department’s Ryan White from lieutenant to assistant chief. more
Hilda Wallace retired from Carroll County Electric Department as the longest serving employee. more
HUNTINGDON (September 2) — Lori Nolen is the new councilperson in the Town of Huntingdon. She was selected to fill the vacancy created when Vice-Mayor Nina Smothers assumed the office of mayor upon the death of Mayor Dale Kelley. more
HUNTINGDON (August 18) — Donald Parish, one of two judges of the Circuit Court of the 24th Judicial District is retiring August 31 after 16 years on the bench. The Huntingdon native served the five-county area of Carroll, Henry, Decatur, Hardin and Benton counties. He did not seek another eight-year term of office. more
NASHVILLE — Lindsey Reid Barnett, a geometry teacher at Huntingdon High School, participates in a the Tennessee Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) program.  more
McKENZIE — Jamie Brown is now a nationally recognized certified school nurse (NCSN). The award was announced by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Wiggins. She is the first-ever nurse at McKenzie Special School District to acquire the certification from the National Board for the Certification of School Nurses. She is a nurse at McKenzie High School. more
McKENZIE — Mr. Jalmer Rittenberry celebrated his 95th birthday at El Vallarta restaurant with family and friends on the 18th of July. more
Two Carroll County 4-Hers showed out at the regional and state 4-H horse shows this summer. Alyvia Foster and Gracie Hix, both seniors at Hollow Rock Bruceton Central High School earned numerous awards in the senior division of the regional and state 4-H horse shows. more
HUNTINGDON (July 26) — After some animated discussion regarding Mayor Dale Kelley’s recommendation of Angela DeMaris to become executive director of the Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center, the council voted 4-3 to approve her for the position. DeMaris was serving as Director of Operations but had also been unofficially doing the theater director’s duties as well after Lori Nolen resigned. The position was not filled immediately due to the COVID pandemic. more
NASHVILLE (July 27) — The Tennessee Pharmacists Association (TPA) announced Dr. Jay Phipps, owner of four community pharmacy locations in McKenzie, Jackson, Huntingdon and Waverly, as the organization’s 2022-23 president. Dr. Phipps resides in McKenzie and is a Carroll County commissioner. more
Stafford Real Estate recently announced Valarie Flippin McMackin as new affiliate broker.   more
McKENZIE (July 22) —The Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) held its first public block party Friday, July 22. On campus, students, visitors and their families enjoyed activities including bowling, ring toss, a photo booth, a cake walk, golf, campus tours and a bake sale. more
There are few moments in life a person could never forget. Mrs. Brenda Berryman has two: meeting her late husband, Ray Berryman, and kissing the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley. more
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