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McKenzie/Carroll County United Neighbors has evolved in size and scope since the original idea of such an organization in 1965. The local service agency is back open after a period of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. more
McKENZIE (July 22) —James Derek Jones is the new director of the Renaissance Regiment at Bethel University. 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
Step out of the classroom for a unique opportunity to learn a variety of subjects ranging from science to hip hop as the Education Series returns to The Dixie. The series begins October 27 and runs through May 4 with six outstanding shows to delight and engage students from Pre-K through twelfth grade. more
The McKenzie Farmers Market celebrated its Corn Festival on Saturday with a record-breaking attendance of 386 customers and 19 vendors. Customers bought cornbread, corn light bread, Mexican cornbread, popcorn, and freshly grilled corn. They played cornhole and sampled Corn Caviar to receive free recipes from the Carroll County Agriculture Extension Service. more
Weakley County students begin the 2021-22 school year with a full day of school on Monday, August 9. more
McKENZIE (July 23) — The McKenzie High School Marching Rebels wrapped up their annual two-week camp Friday with a performance for family and supporters in the MHS Theatre. more
As the first day of the 2021-2022 school year approaches, students of the McKenzie Special School District can look forward to a mask-less, almost normal school year. more
The McKenzie Special School District’s first school board meeting for the 2021-2022 school year is August 3 at 5:30 p.m. at the McKenzie Board of Education building. more
HUNTINGDON (July 22) — There is no tax increase to fund the 2021-22 fiscal year budget for the Huntingdon Special School District. The Board of Education approved the new $16.6 million budget with a tax rate of $1.1211 per $100 assessed value - the same as last year. more
McKENZIE (July 26) — The McKenzie Special School District School Board hosted its annual breakfast, catered by Mallards, Monday morning for all McKenzie Special School District faculty. The school board and administrators met in the McKenzie High School cafeteria at 8 a.m. more
Salad of Gold 1 (3oz.) package lemon jello 2/3 cup very hot water 2/3 cup juice from pineapple 2 tablespoon vinegar 2/3 cup evaporated milk 2 (3oz.) pkgs cream cheese, softened 1 cup carrots, grated 2/3 cup crushed pineapple, drained Put jello and hot water into mixing bowl; beat until dissolved. Add juice,vinegar and milk. Blend in cream cheese, one piece at a time. Add carrots and pineapple. more
  PARIS, Tenn. -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 … more
The Inglenook Book Club met in June at Lakeside Assisted Living Center with Suzanne Russell and Gaye Rowan as hostesses. Members enjoyed a delicious frozen congealed salad called “Champagne Sally” made by Suzanne and Gaye, along with snacks and beverages. more
The Carroll County UT Extension office is back at the McKenzie Farmers’ Market every Saturday morning with the Farmers’ Market Fresh program. Members of the UT Extension office have a booth where they offer food samples, recipes and research-based advice on the best ways to select and store everyone’s favorite summertime items. more
West Carroll School program benefited from the Clayhill, Inc. sponsored Lone Star Rodeo. School organizations received a total of $2,039 from parking at the event. The funds benefit Project Graduation, Football and BETA Club. more
McKENZIE (July 18) — Lifeline Blood Services brought its Bloodmobile to First Cumberland Presbyterian Church Sunday to collect much-needed blood donations from the congregants. 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
PARIS — Henry County Medical Center CEO Lisa Casteel announced Brad Bloemer as the hospital’s Chief Financial Officer late last year. With over 30 years of experience as a hospital CFO and controller, Bloemer comes to HCMC from Arkansas Methodist Medical Center in Paragould, AR, where he served as CFO. more
McKENZIE (July 15) — Summer concert series Nights on Broadway continued Thursday with Fajita Bros., who played on Banner Row before a sizable audience sitting under the shade trees in Veterans Memorial Park. Next up for Nights on Broadway is Longshot on Thursday, July 29 from 7-9 p.m. more
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