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The Bethel Athletic Department and the University take great pride in the Athletic Hall of Fame. Each fall during Homecoming week, the University honors individuals who have excelled as athletes, team members, coaches and staff or contributors. more
New Orleans, La. (May 31) — When GoAbroad presented its annual awards recognizing innovation in international education on May 31 in New Orleans, LA, Global Citizen Adventure Corps (GCAC) claimed the award for Innovation in Philanthropy. more
The Gleason Yard of the Month for May goes to Ms. Pam Belew at 105 Briar Cove. The home was built in 2000 and has been beautifully maintained ever since. Ms. Belew gives great attention to every lawn and landscaping detail on the property. more
MARTIN (May 29) — Aubrey Abbott and Jacob Sullivan, both of Huntingdon, received awards from the University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Mass Media and Strategic Communication during a ceremony April 11. more
PARIS (May 29) — After completing two summer internships as a land survey intern, L.I. Smith & Associates (LIS) is proud to announce that Nikolas Heath has returned as a full-time survey technician. Heath’s journey with LIS began in the summer of 2022 when he was a sophomore at the University of Tennessee at Martin (UTM). more
PARIS (May 28) — At a lengthy session of the Henry County Commission, commissioners heard good news and bad news. more
E.W. James & Sons, Inc., a family-owned business since its founding in 1934 by E.W. James, proudly announces its 90th anniversary celebration. This milestone marks a remarkable journey that began with E.W. James purchasing his first store from his brother-in-law for $5,000 in Hickman, KY. Today, E.W. James & Sons continues to thrive with 11 locations across northwest Tennessee, staying true to its roots and values. more
The McKenzie Board of Education meets Tuesday, June 11 at 5:30 p.m. at the Board of Education Office on Bell Ave. more
McKENZIE (June 3) — As the fiscal year comes to a close, the McKenzie Chamber of Commerce and Industry announced its new slate of officers along with incoming members to its board of directors. more
HUNTINGDON (May 30) — The Carroll County Complex is undergoing much needed renovations. Through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funds, the Carroll County Commission pledged $500,000 for maintenance, repair and improvements. more
HUNTINGDON (May 30) — The Carroll County Budget Committee met to discuss upcoming financial issues before the end of the fiscal year. Members were updated on the payoff amount for a loan by the Highway Department. That amount is set at $206,688.82, the Committee already allocated $209,000 in the upcoming fiscal year budget. This amounts to a savings of $25 a day for Carroll County. more
HUNTINGDON (May 28) — The Town Council of Huntingdon met Tuesday to go over numerous items on the agenda. First and foremost the approval of Ordinance 628 to adopt and approve the General Fund, Drug Fund, Solid Waste Collection fund, DCPA Special Projects Fund, and Utility Fund Budgets of the Town of Huntingdon, Tennessee, for Fiscal Year 2024-2025. more
McKENZIE (May 29) — Starting July 1, 2024, RaeKar, a Tennessee-based and family-owned waste services company, will begin trash-collection services for the City of McKenzie. more
PARIS (May 31) — It was another lengthy and stressful night for the Henry County Commission Thursday evening which saw the commission overwhelmingly approve the sale of the Henry County Healthcare Center nursing home, with two commissioners voting no and a third abstaining. more
MARTIN, Tenn. – Several Carroll County residents were among students who received degrees from the University of Tennessee at Martin during spring commencement ceremonies held May 4, 2024, with some 600 students participating. more
Pineapple Cheese Ball 2 (8 oz.) cream cheese, softened 1 small can crushed pineapple, drained 1/4 green pepper, finely chopped 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon onion, finely chopped Chopped pecans more
NASHVILLE (April 2024) — Unemployment rates decreased in all 95 counties of Tennessee during April, according to the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development. more
MARTIN — A three-percent in-state undergraduate tuition increase for UT Martin students was recommended for the 2024-25 academic year by the university’s advisory board Friday, May 17, during the board’s summer meeting in the Boling University Center. more
Gleason was selected to be one of twelve towns in the state to benefit from the Tennessee Downtowns Program, which will benefit downtown Gleason in a variety of ways over the next two years. Angie Lassiter of Gleason Downtown Revitalization, and Mayor Charles Anderson attended the kick-off meeting in Nashville on May 21 for this prestigious program. more
McKENZIE — Musical entertainment returns to downtown McKenzie during the summer with six nightly performances. All performances are free of charge. Spectators are urged to bring a lawn chair. more
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