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The volunteer ushers at The Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center were honored during the annual luncheon to celebrate their service. Ushers are the first faces patrons see as they enter The Dixie. more
Garyn Hilburn, 11, Bruceton, the son of Teresa (David) Cawthon and Wayne (Andrea) Hilburn. He was fishing with his dad on July 10, 2021 and caught a long nosed Gar, 18-pound, 54-inch near Fort Pillow, at Cold Creek in Tenn. Garyn will attend Camden Jr High School, and is in sixth grade this fall. more
CARROLL COUNTY (August 12) — Kirsten Winkler Sass was surprised with the tremendous outpouring of supporters in McKenzie and Huntingdon as she prepared to depart for Toyko for the paralympics. more
The McKenzie Farmers’ Market continues to have an increasing number of customers and vendors each Saturday and Tuesday. Last Saturday, over 320 customers and 17 vendors were there. Some of our regular vendors were out on vacation and we are looking forward to getting them back. We have fewer numbers on Tuesdays, but our great produce vendors continue to bring in customers on Tuesday afternoons. You want to be sure to check the parking lot out during the week because many times, some of our seasonal vendors will set up through the weekdays. more
Three Carroll County schools released preliminary enrollment numbers for the first week of school. The three directors noted enrollment often changes during the early weeks of a new school year. more
McKENZIE (August 3) — Armand Hebert of Herbert Consulting was Tuesday’s program for the McKenzie Rotary Club. Hebert works with companies and business professionals looking to hire the best team members and develop leadership looking to increase productivity. more
Dan Guinn is the new medication reconciliation pharmacist at Baptist Memorial Hospital Carroll County. He also has other pharmacy duties. more
A special celebration for two best friends and longtime residents is Sunday, August 8, 4 to 6 p.m., in Underwood Hall of the McKenzie First United Methodist Church, located at 16 North McTyiere Street. more
PARIS — Rachel Carroll is the new director of Human Resources. Prior to being named at Henry County Medical Center. Carroll served in the Human Resources Department as a generalist for four months. more
Merchants Outlet Mall in McKenzie provided free school supplies to students to start their academic year. more
McKENZIE — Dr. Brianna Douglas McKinney has joined Phipps Pharmacy as a full-time Pharmacy Doctor. Dr. McKinney will provide care for patients at all Phipps Pharmacy locations and serve as the director of Patient Care Services. In this position, she will use her certification in Medication Therapy Management (MTM) to provide complete medication reviews with our patients, as well as, more exciting health care services. more
Mrs. Carol Morrissett’s love for gardening began as an inquisitive child, when she would ask her grandmother about flowers. As she grew older, she started viewing gardening as a way to “paint agriculturally,” loving to use as many colors as possible. She maintains a garden at home, tending to her many hydrangea bushes, brussel sprouts, cow pea patches, tomatoes and more. more
Jalmer Rittenberry celebrated his 94th birthday July 18 with his wife of 42 years at his home with his children Tan-Gee (Dana) Deem, Ty (Donna) Johnson, Trent Johnson, Renee (Brown), and Michael Johnson. Pictured with PaPa Jay are two of his great granddaughters Lila Colvin and Haley Johnson. more
Monica Heath, Carroll County, and Katelyn Spivey, Benton County, are recent graduates from the WestStar Leadership Program’s Class of 2020-21. The graduation ceremony and reception were June 22 in Jackson, following a month-long series of in-person and virtual seminars hosted throughout June focusing on topics such as economic development, public policy, education and technology. more
The Last Vol State Race, the annual 314 mile race across the state of Tennessee, began July 8. The race starts at Dorena Landing, Missouri, with a ferry ride across the Mississippi River to Kentucky and ends at “the Rock” atop Sand Mountain in Castle Rock, Georgia. more
PARIS/McKENZIE (July 6) — On Friday morning, members of the Henry County Sheriff’s Office, Paris Police Department, Paris Fire Department, and other City of Paris employees took part in the 2021 Special Olympics Torch run across Tennessee. Runners started at Paris City Hall and ran to McKenzie City Hall. more
SUMMER READING PARTNERS — Cox Oil continues the tradition of giving back to the community with a $2,000 donation to the Carroll County Library’s Summer Reading Program. These donations fund all library-provided summer programming. more
McKENZIE (June 29) — Sandi Roditis is the 2021-22 president of McKenzie Rotary Club following the installation banquet on June 29 at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Matt Lane, president 2020-21 administered the oath of office to Roditis. more
Betty Lou Newbill celebrated her 96th birthday on June 28. She is a member of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church in Trezevant, Tenn. She would like to thank everyone for the gifts and send love to you all. more
PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis. (June 27) — Paratriathlete Amy Dixon of Encinitas, California, and her guide, Kirsten Sass of McKenzie, claimed the bronze medal Sunday at the Americas Triathlon Para Championships, held as part of the Pleasant Prairie Triathlon hosted by Race Day Events, giving the pair hopes for a spot on the U.S. Paralympic Triathlon Team. more
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