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McKENZIE — Webb Alumni are celebrating a major milestone in the history of the former school for African-American students. On May 31, the school building was approved for the National Register of Historic Places. more
HUNTINGDON — Get ready to tap your toes and enjoy the sweet sounds of bluegrass music at not one, but two Pickin’ Parties set to take over Huntingdon’s Court Square this summer! Mark your calendars for 6-8 p.m. on June 22 and July 20, 2024, as these evenings promise to be filled with lively tunes, good company, and unforgettable memories. more
HUNTINGDON — Baptist Medical Group announces Dr. David Hall has joined its team as a full-time provider in Carroll County. Dr. Hall is now seeing patients at Baptist Medical Group Carroll County General Surgery Clinic located at 641 R.B. Wilson Drive, Suite M in Huntingdon and is now taking referrals. more
The McKenzie Rotary Club donated $2,000 to the Aird’s new foundation called Solid Ground. This foundation is in honor of the late Tom and Mary-Lou Aird who died in a car crash six years ago. more
JACKSON (June 8) — The McKenzie Rotary Club was recognized at the annual Rotary District 6760 Conference. more
The MHS Golf Team held its Par 3 Extravaganza golf tournament on a hot Saturday, June 15 at the Carroll Lake Golf Club, which serves as their course for home golf matches. more
The McKenzie High School Alumni Association (MHSAA) presented senior Ava Mae Warman, MHS Class of 2024, with a scholarship in the amount of $1000. This is the first year for the scholarship to be awarded. more
Two Mountain Brook, Alabama teens are recovering after a brutal shark attack at Rosemary Beach in Walton County, Florida. The Birmingham area and communities beyond have been offering their support for the girls. more
McKENZIE (June 15) — An albino male kangaroo, born at Southland Safari in Clarksburg, has a new name, “Rebel.” Southland Safari is owned by Chris and Tosha Gurley. The seven-month-old kangaroo was born as an albino, a rare occasion. It’s parents are both gray kangaroos. more
GLEASON — Sherri Brawner, third grade teacher at Gleason Schools, is one of nine teachers in Tennessee vying for the distinction of Teacher of the Year. There are three finalist from each grand division of the state — West, Middle and East. Each now advances to the interview portion of competition in mid-June. more
McKENZIE (June 14) —Daniel Capua is the new band director for the McKenzie Middle School and McKenzie High School band programs. Capua is a 2024 graduate of UT-Martin, where he was in the marching band and served as field commander. He is a graduate of Westview High School. more
McKENZIE (June 15) — Children, newborn to age 15 participated in the Casting For a Cure fishing tournament at McKenzie City Park on Saturday, June 15. more
HUNTINGDON (June 17) — Dozens of volunteers from all over Carroll County gathered at Carroll County Inclusion Park on Monday to help lay 17 pallets of sod (8,400 sq. ft.) in roughly 25 minutes around the perimeter of the playground to help reduce erosion. more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman David Kustoff (R-TN) recently traveled to Normandy and Paris to mark the 80th Anniversary of D-Day and honor our greatest generation. more
Faye Jones proved to be a dedicated Rebels baseball fan. Jones, age 92, great-grandmother of Fletcher Holt, attended the TSSAA State Championship Series. more
GLEASON (June 8) — Community members welcomed the reopening of the Gleason Memorial Library after a 10-month closure due to a wall collapsing. more
McKENZIE — The Jackson Symphony — Symphony on the Move was the opening event for the annual series Nights on Broadway on Friday. The small ensemble of musicians provided jazz music for an appreciative audience, who were seated in Veterans Park. more
McKENZIE (June 4) — The McKenzie Rotary continued its stellar year by recognizing 22 of its 45 members as Paul Harris Fellows. more
HUNTINGDON (June 7) — Barry Mitchell and Sam the Turtle entertained children at the Carroll County Library on Friday, June 7, 2 p.m. as part of the summer reading program. more
I want to tell my small town and county family, friends, and churches how grateful I am for the thoughts and prayers. I had an aneurysm four weeks ago while vacationing in Florida. It was never what I expected. more
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