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The McKenzie Farmers’ Market opens Saturday, June 5 at 8 a.m. Many of the regular vendors from last year will be at the downtown market, located at the intersection of Cedar and Waldran streets.  more
First Grade Teacher: Chase Barton Honor Roll: Heath Johnson and Taylor Little. Merit Roll: Danica Biegley, Ripken Brown, Callie Davidson, Ruger Schieman and Samantha Umstead.  more
McKENZIE — A new multi-use facility and painting the exterior of the McKenzie Elementary School are two items on the Thursday, June 10 agenda of the McKenzie Special School District Board of Education. During the meeting, the board is expected to adopt a tax rate and the budget for the 2021-22 fiscal year. more
Banana Pudding 1 large package instant vanilla pudding 1 8-ounce sour cream 3 cup milk 1 8-ounce container cool whip Blend pudding and milk, add sour cream and mix. Fold in cool whip. Layer in a bowl: bananas, vanilla wafers, and pudding mixture. Looks great in trifle bowl. more
There were 11 members present for the May meeting in the home of Mary and Pennye Mays. The devotion was given by Mrs. Judy Roberts using a poem by Helen Steiner Rice, entitled, “Finding Faith in a Flower”. The club Creed was read in unison. Roll call was answered with, “My Favorite Flower”. The minutes were read by the secretary, Lisa Williams. A motion was made and seconded to be accepted as read. The treasury report was given with no changes. more
The Macedonia FCE club met May 7 at the Community Center with five members present. Members met 11 a.m. and enjoyed a delicious add-a-dish luncheon. Martha Sure Peters, the devotional leader, gave a wonderful reading about “Blessings of Family and Home”. The Club prayer was read by Sarah Brown. more
Columbus, Ohio --- The National Tractor Pullers Association and Clayhill, LLC of Atwood, Tennessee have reached an agreement to present the Clay Hill NTPA Summer Sizzler, an all-new … more
McKENZIE (May 24)—The McKenzie Elementary School began Super Summer Academy, a summer learning camp implemented by the Tennessee Department of Education’s Learning Loss Remediation and Student Acceleration Act, on Monday. more
TENNESSEE (May 17) — On Monday, May 17, the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) joined AAA – The Auto Club Group to grant Ashlyn Drewry the Reduce TN Crashes Scholarship Award. Ms. Drewry will receive $3,000 toward her college education for working with the THSO’s Reduce TN Crashes program to improve driver safety within her local community. more
McKENZIE (May 19) — McKenzie teachers honored the long-term service of three career educators who retired on Wednesday, May 19. Randy Thomas, assistant principal at McKenzie High School, Roxie Walker, math teacher at McKenzie Middle School, and Larry Joe Smith, coach and teacher at McKenzie High School. more
HUNTINGDON (May 20) — The Huntingdon School Board met to approve and acknowledge employment, assignments, budget, and policies for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year. All three school sites will experience changes in principals. Christy Carey, principal at Huntingdon Primary School, moves to system-wide supervisor of learning loss. Her replacement David Wilkins; Scott Carter, principal at Huntingdon Middle School, moves to technology supervisor. His replacement is Rachel Smothers Williams; and Jonathan Kee, principal at Huntingdon High School, is the new director of schools. His replacement is Porsche McClerking. more
Carroll County 4th through 8th grade students are invited to join in Adventures in the Kitchen presented by Carroll County 4-H at the Carroll County Civic Center. more
Amanda Paschall, Carroll County 4-H Agent, received the George S. Foster outstanding 4-H agent award and the Specialty Award State Winner for Excellence in Peer Professional Development at the 2021 Tennessee Association of Extension 4-H Workers annual conference this year in Murfreesboro. The George S. Foster Award is a recognition that 4-H workers receive for outstanding work as related to the overall 4-H program, including project work, judging team participation, junior and teen leadership programs, adult leadership programs, sponsorship and recognition, senior 4-H program, community service programs, innovative 4-H programs, and association participation. more
HUNTINGDON (May 6) — High academic-achieving seventh and eighth grade students at Huntingdon Middle School were honored with a banquet hosted by Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County on Thursday, May 6. The annual banquet was held at the school’s cafetorium this year instead of the normal Baptist campus. more
McKENZIE (April 26) — McKenzie High School band members, parents, staff, boosters and supporters gathered in the cafeteria Monday for the annual banquet. more
McKENZIE (April 29) — The McKenzie Fire Department received equipment and training to be used for grain bin emergencies. more
McKENZIE — At the close of this year’s Carroll County Relay for Life Cancer Bake Auction Friday afternoon, the total generated for the radio auction, including donations, totaled over $14,268. Hometown Health Clinic, formerly McKenzie Medical, contributed $2,500 of that total. Last year the auction raised $10,000 dollars. more
TRI-COUNTY FAIR MAY 19-22 2021 ATWOOD, TN 1315 Rimmer Rd Atwood, TN Wednesday -$15 Arm Bands Thursday - $15 Arm Bands Friday - $20 Arm Bands $5 Free Game Play Saturday -$20 Arm bands … more
FRANKLIN (May 13) — American Health Partners announced 28 of its American Health Communities (AHC) skilled nursing facilities received accreditation and earned the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission. Only health care organizations who achieve the highest national benchmarks for patient safety and quality of care earn the Gold Seal of Approval. The newly accredited nursing homes in Jackson and surrounding counties include AHC McKenzie. more
The Inglenook Book Club met in May at Lakeside Assisted Living Center with 20 members present, the club’s largest attendance since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The hostess was Genia Sherwood, assisted by Donna Ward. Everyone enjoyed a piece of delicious homemade cake made by Genia along with Chex Mix, nuts, and assorted beverages. Tables were brightly decorated with flower-adorned paper baskets, also made by Genia. more
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