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Maddox Insurance of McKenzie proudly welcomes its newest team member, Morgan Lott. more
McKENZIE (MAY 13) — Associates of the McKenzie Special School District were honored for their service during a year-end dinner held in the National Guard Armory on Monday, May 13. more
At Henry County Medical Center [HCMC], they don’t just want to be the good in our community. There mission extends beyond the walls as they work to share the good with those around them. more
McKENZIE (MAY 8) — Twin Rivers Orthopeadics and Baptist Medical Group held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new clinic in McKenzie, on State Route 22 near McKenzie High School. more
CARROLL COUNTY — The weekend was filled with high school graduations in Carroll County from the five county high schools. The events began Friday, May 10 with graduations at Clarksburg and West Carroll, Saturday at Huntingdon, and Sunday at McKenzie and Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central. more
Gleason senior Zowie Tipton, the daughter of Vander Tipton and Sabrina Tipton, signed to be part of Bethel University’s Renaissance Theatre program. more
ATWOOD (May 2) — West Carroll School District Board of Education bid farewell to two retirees on Thursday, May 2. more
McKENZIE (May 4) — Bethel University conferred 347 degrees in associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s levels. more
HUNTINGDON (May 4) — The Carroll County Sports Hall of Fame Board of Directors inducted its twenty-second class of members during a celebration on Saturday, May 4 at the Carroll County Civic Center. Nine members were inducted and 10 high school seniors were recognized for their athletic and academic accomplishments. more
A group of first responders in Carroll County were honored for their fast and efficient response and care for victims of an automobile accident. The group was honored by the Children’s Emergency Care Alliance of Tennessee more
McKENZIE (April 23) — Hometown Health Clinic, Hospital Drive, McKenzie hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Behavioral and Mental Health Department on Tuesday, April 23. The event was coordinated through the McKenzie Chamber of Commerce. more
LEESBURG, Fla. — Former Bethel University standout John Garrett captured the 2024 Lowrance Bassmaster Elite at Harris Chain Monday. Garrett weighed in with a total of 84 lbs.-5 ounces. more
Carroll County 4-Her, Paige Costello, 16, completed the Tennessee Master Horse program this spring. According to the UT Horse website, the driving force behind the Tennessee Master Horse Program (TMHP) is to raise the level of education and improve overall success of horse owners and producers within the state. more
BRENTWOOD — Annie Frances “Rusty” Dean of Brentwood, Tenn. will celebrate her 100th birthday on April 24, 2024. more
Dr. Jonathan Kee, director of schools with the Huntingdon Special School District, was honored as the Tennessee Music Educator Association’s Outstanding District Administrator of the Year. more
BOSTON (April 15) — McKenzie’s Mark Smith participated in the 128th Boston Marathon and completed the 26.2-mile race in less than three hours with an average pace of 6:49 per mile. This is an incredible feat considering that the average marathon time for men is approximately 4 hours and 21 minutes, and for women is around 4 hours and 48 minutes. more
HUNTINGDON (April 16) — Carroll County Relay For Life teams, spearheaded by the Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County’s Relay Team hosted the Celebrity Waiter Dinner to raise funds to benefit the American Cancer Society. more
JACKSON (April 9) — Dr. Julie Hill and Stacie Freeman, MSSW, were honored by the Jackson Area Business and Professional Women as winners of Sterling Awards 2024: 20 Most Influential Women in West Tennessee. more
Lady Vols basketball is thrilled to announce the return of guard Tess Darby. more
HUNTINGDON (April 12) — Students with intellectual disabilities from the county’s five special school districts displayed their prowess in sporting events during Special Olympics held at Huntingdon’s Paul Ward Stadium on Friday, April 12. more
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