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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced Major General Tommy H. Baker will serve in his cabinet as commissioner for the Department of Veterans Services, … more
HUNTINGDON (April 9) — Tennessee State Senator John Stevens (R-Huntingdon) was the featured speaker at the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce forum on Friday, April 9.Brad Hurley, president of … more
McKENZIE (April 8) — During the regular meeting of the City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council, the short agenda contained one item, the approval of a paving bid by Martin Paving Company in Medina, Tennessee. The paving entity bid $106.50 per ton to pave Elm Street, Mulberry Street and Cherry Avenue. The bid was accepted and approved 5-0 by the Council; Councilperson Josefina Batton was unable to attend the meeting. more
The West Carroll Special School District voted unanimously to approve Preston Caldwell’s contract as the new director of schools at Tuesday night’s school board meeting, April 6. The board also unanimously approved $36,357 to be distributed to school cafeteria staff in the form of a one time bonus. All school board meetings are open to the public. more
David Jarrett, owner of McKenzie City Florist and More, lost his battle with brain cancer this week. David was retired from the National Guard and his wife, Michele, retired from the Social Security Administration. They have three wonderful adult children Morgan Richards, Zachary and Evan Jarrett. more
McKENZIE — The 2020-21 school year at McKenzie Special School District included daily temperature checks of students and the mandatory wearing of masks. In the April 6 meeting of the Board of Education, members voted to eliminate the daily temperature checks for the remainder of the school year. more
McKENZIE (April 8) — Following the regular monthly meeting of the City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council during an after-meeting workshop Mayor Jill Holland and the Council briefly discussed the possibility of abolishing the current six ward system used in the municipality elections. McKenzie is the only municipality in Carroll County using the antiquated ward system. more
Haley Brasfield, 17, a senior at McKenzie High School, was crowned Miss McKenzie 2021 during pageants at McKenzie High School on Saturday, April 10. more
McKENZIE — Haven Steel Products, Inc. purchased McKenzie’s Cutting Specialists, Inc. on April 1. more
HUNTINGDON — Huntingdon Police Department arrested six out-of-area individuals during two traffic stops. more
CARROLL COUNTY — Fourteen high school seniors from Carroll County were recognized by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce for their academic excellence, by scoring a 29 or better on the national ACT test. The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce hosted a luncheon on April 12 at Mallard’s Restaurant to honor these students. more
LIFELINE Blood Services will be in downtown on the square in McKenzie across from The McKenzie Banner on April 20 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. more
NASHVILLE — Tennessee’s State Veterinarian wants to make citizens aware that an outbreak of rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus type 2 (RHDV2) has been detected near the Tennessee border in Arkansas. There have been no cases found in Tennessee, but rabbit owners should be mindful of the heightened risk. more
UNION CITY — Discovery Park of America is launching a spring membership program to increase both annual memberships and lifetime memberships at the park. “Our annual members are the lifeblood of Discovery Park,” said Discovery Park president and CEO Scott Williams. “They are our ambassadors and front-line supporters, and we want to grow this group of people who support our mission to inspire adults and children to see beyond.” more
On June 3, 1934, local Civilian Conservation Corps. (CCC) camps were granted the authority to enroll fifteen local men. The purpose behind the authorization was to bring in individuals with local knowledge and experience. The locals would be more familiar with the area and had certain training and experience that could be used to the camp’s advantage. Some of the locals enrolled at the camp were Bailess Simmons, Morris Beadles, Howard Sparks, David Chandler, Hugh Brooks, Wilburn Aden, Graden Featherstone and Joe McClure. more
Folks, we’ve got to nip this in the bud. And I’m not talking leftover Easter lilies! It may be the stupidest idea in the history of the known world. You’ve got to wonder who sits around and thinks this stuff up…. more
On Friday, April 16 between 8:30 a.m.-11 a.m. the Carroll County Health Department is holding a drive-through COVID-19 vaccine event. County officials stated no appointments are necessary and the vaccines will be administered on a first-come, first-serve basis. more
Copyright 2021-Tri-County Publishing HUNTINGDON — Carroll County commissioners voted 18 to 2 on a resolution to limit the amount of ‘growth’ funds it grants to the Carroll County … more
McKENZIE (April 3) — Overflow Church, located on Highland Drive, McKenzie, hosted an Easter Carnival in front of the church, which was the former Rural King. more
McKENZIE (APRIL 5) — U.S. Congressman David Kustoff was in McKenzie on Monday to visit the new RailYard Co-Working Space in downtown McKenzie. more
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