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McKENZIE (July 2) — Our Saturday Farmers Market had a variety of great vendors bringing in over 300 customers. Gardens are coming in, and we had tomatoes, onions, yellow squash, zucchini, onions, cabbage, herbs, and eggs. more
McKENZIE (June 29) — A 100-foot tall tree was removed from the downtown Veterans Memorial Park on Wednesday, June 29. The tree was heavily damaged and rotten in much of the top. more
MARTIN (June 27) — Cindy West, dean of the College of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Tennessee at Martin, received one of seven President’s Awards presented to faculty and staff members throughout the UT system. more
HUNTINGDON (June 30) — What is natural gas and what does it do? The children visiting the Carroll County Library learned those answers on June 30 from West Tennessee Public Utilities, the local natural gas distributor. more
Brian Hicks recently received his CompTIA A+ certification, the industry standard for launching IT careers in today’s digital works. It appears in more tech support job listings than any other IT credential. more
HUNTINGDON (June 30) — Carroll County Electric Department Board of Directors held its first meeting under new general manager, Ryan Drewry. It marks the first change in leadership since July 1, 2014, when immediate past manager Danny Brawner was selected to lead the utility. more
The Board of Directors of Northwest Tenn. Economic Development Council recently appointed Mrs. Cheryl Oglesby-Townes as the executive director of Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council located in Dresden. Northwest Tenn. Economic Development Council is the local Community Action Agency in Northwest Tennessee serving the counties of Benton, Carroll, Crockett, Dyer, Gibson, Henry, Lake, Obion and Weakley counties. more
JACKSON (June 18) — After a week of pageant festivities and competitions, the Miss Tennessee Volunteer Class of 2022 voted Bethel University’s Gracelyn Eaves as Miss Congeniality. more
There were nine members and our agent present for the June meeting of the Bethel/Eastside FCE. more
The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for the 2022 Adult Leadership Carroll County Class. Leadership Carroll County (LCC) consists of nine sessions and a community service project. more
There are three upcoming statewide sales tax holidays in July and August 2022. This year, the Tennessee General Assembly approved two sales tax holidays in addition to the traditional summer sales tax holiday on clothing, school supplies, and computers. more
Although it seems like summer break just began for students and educators in McKenzie, the McKenzie Special School District has released the new calendar for the 2022-23 school year. more
We now have honey! A lot of our customers have been asking for honey, and this past Saturday, we welcomed Camp Costello Farms from Hollow Rock. They brought their own delicious honey, complete with a honey dipper. In addition to being a wonderful natural sweetener, honey has many great medicinal qualities. more
MARTIN (June 27) — Dr. Joshua Filtz, owner and founder of Magnolia Mercantile Co. in McKenzie, graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin WestStar Leadership Program’s Class of 2022 on June 21 at The Venue at Twin Oaks in Humboldt. more
The McKenzie Elementary School released the 2022-23 kindergarten through fourth grade school supply lists on June 15. more
Eight Students from Carroll County joined 450 youth leaders from across the state at the Tennessee Teen Institute. more
McKenzie Rotary Club learned about Beating Hearts, a local support agency in McKenzie. more
SkillsUSA held the National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC) in Atlanta, Georgia during the week of June 20-24, 2022. Paul Prescott of McKenzie, Tennessee competed in the SkillsUSA Nationals and brought home the silver medal in the CNC Milling Contest. more
During McKenzie Middle School’s annual Bridge Camp, students worked to invent new and innovative product plans to present to a group of influential business people in McKenzie. McKenzie Middle School’s Bridge Camp is a summer learning camp created to help students reach benchmarks before advancing to the next grade in August. more
If you were anywhere near Hwy 22 North of Huntingdon on Friday, June 24, you likely heard multiple shots ringing out from the Carroll County Shooting Park. They were hosting one of three Shooting Hunger Events that take place across Tennessee. more
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