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McKENZIE (October 4) — Bennett Hardware hosted a grand opening Friday to mark the change in name and ownership of one of McKenzie’s oldest businesses. The event kicked off with a morning … more
Throughout his career, Jim Alexander held a position on numerous boards and never sat idle. He served as a member of the McKenzie School Board, served as the Seventh District Director and later … more
Huntingdon and Carroll County’s newest business hosted its grand opening on Saturday, October 5. Icey-Tek USA opened it’s doors on Highway 70 in Huntingdon to a good crowd who … more
WAVERLY (September 28) — The McKenzie High School Marching Rebels excelled Saturday at the Mid-West Tennessee Marching Band Competition, hosted by Waverly High School. The color guard earned … more
There’s no substitute for blood. If people lose blood from surgery or injury or if their bodies can’t produce enough, there is only one place to turn — volunteer blood donors. … more
The legacy of Ed and Sarah Smith was honored during the annual Huntingdon Heritage Festival on Saturday, September 28.Ed and Sarah Holladay Smith were both born and raised here in Carroll County. Ed … more
Mike Cary, president of Carroll Bank and Trust, was honored as the Citizen of the Year during the annual Huntingdon Heritage Festival on Saturday, September 28. Mayor Dale Kelley presented the award … more
HUNTINGDON (September 28) — Temperatures were in the mid-90s and the weather was dry for the 27th annual Heritage Day Festival in downtown Huntingdon. The event featured music, games, story … more
On Wednesday and Thursday, October 30-31 at the Carroll County Complex, 625 High Street, Huntindgon, Medicare beneficiaries will have the opportunity to look at and compare their current prescription … more
McKENZIE (September 21) — Bethel University hosted its annual Renaissance Marching Invitational Saturday at Wildcat Stadium. Among the 20 high school marching bands competing in two divisions … more
McKENZIE (September 14) — A bank robbery, the naming of the railroad depot, the visits by Bob Hope and President Grover Cleveland, the Civil War, Sneed’s Picnic, and U-Tote-Em grocery … more
MARTIN — The University of Tennessee at Martin reports 7,296 students enrolled this fall semester, including both undergraduate and graduate-level students. This shows a 3.2 percent total … more
History will be made in Clarksburg on Sunday when Debra Cannon, APRN-BC, FNP, opens the new Clarksburg Family Clinic on Highway 22 South. It was seventy-three years ago (1946) when long-time resident … more
The city of McKenzie was the featured community during the 2019 Carroll County Fair. The city is celebrating its 150th anniversary and was named for James Monroe McKenzie, who donated the land for a … more
GLEASON (September 26) — Mrs. Sherri Brawner’s Pre-K students celebrated Johnny Appleseed Day at Gleason School. Students rotated to apple-themed learning centers to practice a multitude … more
The West Carroll School Board meets Thursday, October 3 with a busy agenda of activity which includes approving the first reading of 22 board policy updates. There will be discussion on the first … more
First responders in Carroll County received autism awareness training on September 18. “Autism Awareness for First Responders” training was hosted by Carroll County Emergency … more
First and foremost thank you to my friend, Keith Priestley, for helping me with this story. I had an idea to do a feature on Jim Alexander but had very little to work with other than a few notes from … more
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