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HUNTINGDON (October 8) — The Town of Huntingdon received a $13,000 Tourism Enhancement Grant Tuesday from the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to be used at Bethel … more
Carroll County Mayor Joseph Butler declared October as Chiropractic Health Month in Carroll County! Chiropractic Health Month raises awareness of the wide-reaching benefits that can be achieved from … more
Hailey Pruett of Huntingdon and Zack Terry of Dresden announce their engagement.Ms. Pruett is the daughter of Michael and Stephanie Pruett of Huntingdon, Tennessee. Her grandparents are Howard and … more
The annual Rotary Charity Auction is Saturday, November 9, beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church-McKenzie. This year, a pancake breakfast is available from 7 a.m. to 9 … more
McKenzie Elementary School’s annual Fall Festival is Saturday, October 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Each class chose candidates for Festival King and Queen who will raise money until just before … more
HUNTINGDON (September 28) — Members of the Huntingdon High School Class of 1959 celebrated their 60-year reunion at Mallard’s Restaurant Saturday. Pictured are (L to R): Front Row — … more
Growing up I always heard children are supposed to be scared of the dentist. I guess for some bizarre reason I was the exception to the rule or maybe I just had a really good dentist.A few weeks … more
WEAKLEY COUNTY — The Weakley County Democrat Party is hosting its annual Ned Ray Day event on Thursday, October 24 at the McWherter Civic Center, 589 Evergreen Street in Dresden. Governor Ned … more
Because of the damage to the front entrance, McKenzie/Carroll County United Neighbors is not accepting items of clothes and other items until repairs are complete. Please do not leave left over items … more
McKENZIE (October 6) — Parents, teachers and current Beta Club members gathered in the McKenzie High School Theatre Sunday afternoon to officially induct 42 new member into the … more
HUNTINGDON (October 5) — The Marching Mustangs hosted the Huntingdon Marching Invitational Saturday at Paul Ward Stadium with an expanded format featuring preliminary and finals competition. … more
The Laddie Lollar Symposium on Human Rights is Thursday, October 17 at 7 p.m. in Odom Hall on the campus of Bethel University. The symposium features a screening of “Kinderblock 66: Return to … more
The McKenzie Garden Club met Friday, September 27 at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The meeting was called to order by President Myra Sasser. Devotional from the scriptures of Matthew was … more
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
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