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CARROLL COUNTY — Local 4-H agent Amanda Paschall received the Achievement in Service Award at the State Tennessee Association of 4-H Extension workers held at Pickwick Landing on May 3-5. more
LEBANON (May 9) — Lebanon Special School District announces Dr. Michelle Massey Lowery is the new principal of Coles Ferry Elementary School. more
McKENZIE — It was a special day for mothers at AHC-McKenzie. The Monday morning event kicked off with a balloon release to mark National Nursing Home Week and the recognition of moms who are residents at the facility. more
Terry and Jeanette Jones were married Mother’s Day, May 13, 1962. more
McKENZIE — Wayne Cooper of McKenzie is back to selling fiddlesticks, which is deja vu for the 81 year old. That’s where his career started when he was 10 years old and he says, that’s where his career will end. more
Daniel Simon lost 34 pounds in the McKenzie TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club. more
Paris — Pharmacy Director Paula Bell was recently presented with the Loyal Patriot Award by Henry County Mayor John Penn Ridgeway for her service to the hospital and the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Loyal Patriot Award is the highest award that can be bestowed on a Henry County citizen. more
The West Tennessee Gymnastics and Cheer Academy Competition Team White Diamonds went to Pensacola, Florida, April 9-10 to the U.S. Finals. more
Wilma Hansen will be honored with a reception in honor of her 100th birthday on Tuesday, April 19 at the home of her son, Gary (Peggy Espey) Parish at 150 Tower Road in McKenzie. Also hosting the event will be her children, Linda (Dwayne) Bolton of McKenzie and Don (Ludean) Parish of Mt. Pleasant, Utah, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. more
ALEXANDRIA, VA — The National Community Pharmacists Association announces Phipps Pharmacy in Tennessee has earned the 2022 NCPA Innovation Center Excellence Award for Best Community more
When Stacie Freeman saw the destruction the December tornado caused in her hometown of Dresden, one of her first thoughts was to cancel the March trip to Costa Rica she’d planned for students at Dresden High. As the director of Bethel University Global Studies program and a sociology professor who provides dual enrollment classes for Weakley County Schools, she weighed the cost of the travel against the loss of the cultural experience and, initially determined the local needs were too great. more
McKENZIE (April 1) — Trudi’s Place has reopened in downtown McKenzie in a new location. Trudi Bannister held her grand opening on Friday, April 1 inside McKenzie City Florist, 2281 Cedar Avenue. The date marked the fourth anniversary of the florist, owned by Michele Jarrett. She and her late husband, David, opened April 1, 2018, their dream business that includes a coffee shop, florist, ice cream, and gifts. more
NASHVILLE — Cynthia Chappell, a veteran Nashville attorney and graduate of McKenzie High School - Class of 1986, is seeking the Criminal Court judgeship in Nashville’s Sixth District. more
Clarksburg Mayor Dr. Howell Wayne Todd was named to the Board of Directors of Baptist Health Sciences University (BHSU) in Memphis. The University is affiliated with Baptist Memorial Health Care in Memphis, where it was founded in 1912 as a School of Nursing. It has grown into a fully accredited and comprehensive institution offering a broad range of undergraduate and graduate programs in 14 majors in health-related fields. more
Josh and Melanie White of Huntingdon, Tenn. are proud to announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter, Chesney White to Caleb Walker of Union City, Tenn. Chesney is the granddaughter of Jimmy White of Huntingdon, and the late Tom and Joan Hones, and the late Evangeline Lawrence Hilliard, all of McKenzie, Tennessee. more
HUNTINGDON (March 24) — Danny Brawner, general manager of Carroll County Electric, is retiring on June 2. Brawner announced his plans to the Board of Directors on March 24. more
Anna Claire Patel, 17, a junior at McKenzie High School, was selected as McKenzie High School 2022 during a beauty revue on Saturday, March 26. more
McKENZIE (March 17) — “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life,” said Richard Sawyers as he retired from his full-time position as assistant chief of the McKenzie Police Department. The quote by Confucius is apropos to Sawyers’ career in law enforcement. That is the quote you used for his career. more
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