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HUNTINGDON (June 25) — Huntingdon Special School District hosted a listening session Thursday at Huntingdon Middle School. The gathering was organized and led by Director of Schools Pat … more
McKENZIE (June 16) — Members of the McKenzie Special School District (MSSD) Board of Education approved the 2020-21 fiscal year budget but not the tax rate during their June 16 meeting. Also, … more
HUNTINGDON (June 18) — The Huntingdon Special School District Board of Education met briefly Thursday evening and took action on several items, including the budget situation as the new fiscal … more
MARTIN — The University of Tennessee at Martin Office of University Outreach is hosting two ACT prep classes from 5-7 p.m., July 6 and 8, via ZOOM for students preparing for the test.The first … more
McKENZIE — President Walter Butler announced Bethel University’s College of Arts & Sciences and College of Health Sciences Spring Semester 2020 Honor Roll and Dean’s List … more
McKENZIE — A total of 359 Bethel University students completed the requirements for graduation for Spring 2020.Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, commencement for the May graduates will take place … more
Huntingdon High School Alumni Association presented two scholarships to 2020 graduates of the school. Pictured (L to R) Carl Byars, Alumni treasurer, recipients Adyn Swenson and Hannah Reeves, and … more
JACKSON (June 15) — For the fall semester, classes at Jackson State Community College will be taught in a FLEX format. This format will be a hybrid of both online and face-to-face components. … more
MARTIN — As the University of Tennessee at Martin faculty members began preparing to host their summer courses online, Dr. James Smart, professor of biology, and Dr. Abigail Shelton, associate … more
MARTIN — The University of Tennessee at Martin University Outreach is offering Captain Skyhawk’s Coding Crew, an online summer program for students in third through fifth grade to learn … more
ATWOOD (June 4) — West Carroll High School held a special commencement Thursday in the gymnasium for a pair of graduates entering military service prior to the school’s June 18 … more
By Brad Sambrad@mckenziebanner.com© 2020 Tri-County Pub., Inc.ATWOOD (June 4) — The West Carroll Special School District Board of Education met Thursday at the junior-senior high school. … more
MARTIN — The outstanding academic achievements of undergraduate students at the University of Tennessee at Martin were honored with publication of the Spring 2020 Chancellor’s Honor Rolls … more
McKenzie Special School District Board of Education meets Tuesday, June 16, 5:30 p.m. at the Board of Education office on Bell Street to vote on the tax rate and budget for the 2020-21 fiscal … more
JACKSON — Five hundred ninety-five students graduated from Union University after the spring semester ended May 14.Commencement exercises originally set for May 16 are rescheduled for June 20 … more
MARTIN — Students attending fall semester classes at the University of Tennessee at Martin begin classes August 17 and finish classes by Thanksgiving. The condensed semester offers a … more
OXFORD, Miss. — The University of Mississippi recently announced students named to the Spring 2020 Honor Roll lists, including Chancellor’s Honor Roll.Three local students, one each from … more
McKENZIE (May 28) — McKenzie High School announced Thursday that a new STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) course will be offered during the 2020-21 school year.STEM I: … more
MARTIN (May 26) — The University of Tennessee at Martin hosts its sixth-annual Captain’s Challenge fundraising event June 3 with the goal to raise $325,000 in 24 hours. This year’s … more
Each year, Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County hosts the Huntingdon Middle School Honors Banquet. This year, the event was not held because of the COVID-19 virus. The following students were the … more
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