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McKENZIE — McKenzie Industrial Board and the McKenzie Chamber of Commerce, along with participating manufacturers in McKenzie, celebrated Manufacturing Week on October 6-13. more
December 5, 5:30 p.m. TENTATIVE AGENDA: 1. Prayer and Pledge to the Flag 2. Adoption of Agenda: A. Consent Agenda B. Regular Agenda more
McKENZIE (November 27) — For the third consecutive year, the McKenzie High School Rebels football team is headed back to Chattanooga to the Division I Class 1A State Championship. This year, the team is defending their title against the South Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday, December 1, at 3 p.m. EST (2 p.m. CST) at Finley Stadium. more
McKENZIE — A steel walking bridge is now suspended over a small creek adjacent to Power Supply/McKenzie Feed and Grain and is expected to open by Christmas. Martin Paving Company and Crane Services Inc. installed the structure last week. more
NASHVILLE — Unemployment numbers are little changed in the tri-county area of Carroll, Henry and Weakley counties for the month of October 2023. more
McKenzie Thursday, November 30 Mistletoe Christmas, 7 p.m., presented by Carroll Arts, McKenzie Park Theatre, $5. more
Three air ambulances were requested for a wreck on Clarksburg Road on Friday, November 24, 2:42 p.m. more
McLEMORESVILLE — (November 18) — Lex Suite, 61, a resident of McLemoresville, was injured he was riding his bicycle on State Route 77 at approximately 2:30 p.m. when he was struck by an automobile, driving by Jason Copous of Gibson County. more
HERMITAGE (November 24) — With Friday night’s 25-14 win over the Dresden Lions, the McKenzie Rebels advanced to the TSSAA State Football Championship in Division 1, Class 1A. For the third consecutive year, the Rebels have earned a spot in the BlueCross Bowl and for the third time in four appearances, they will battle it out with the South Pittsburg Pirates. more
I’ve told you several times how my wife stole our neighbor’s cat. And listen, don’t think exaggeration here. Don’t think we “borrow” her on occasion; or Cooney has become the “neighborhood” revolving pet; or we just feed her when our neighbors are out of town. more
While digging around for inspiration this week, I began looking for interesting tales or stories about Thanksgiving in Tennessee. Well, let’s just say that all I could find were stories about the first Thanksgiving in 1621 or diatribes tearing down the holiday for whatever reason. Then I found something interesting and decided I would share it in its entirety this week. It comes from the Knoxville History Project, a group interested in promoting the history of Knoxville. more
Stephen Brown, a lifelong McKenzie native and CSX engineer, had the recent honor of working the CSX Santa Train, which runs through parts of Kentucky, Virgina, and Tennessee along the Appalachian Trail. In its 81st year, the Santa Train carried approximately 13 tons of supplies to those along the 110-mile route, consisting of toys, food, wrapping paper, and stuffed backpacks. The train embarked on its 10-hour journey beginning in Pikeville, Kentucky and ending in Kingsport, Tenn. more
HUNTINGDON (November 13) — The Carroll County Commission met Monday, November 13. The topic of interest for the night dealt mainly with Carroll County’s emergency services. During the citizens’ forum, Jan Ostiguy asked questions regarding Carroll County’s future plans to address the needs of emergency services and who is involved in the decision-making process. She added that once the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) money is no longer available how will the county pursue the necessary upgrades to emergency equipment and asked for commissioners to respond to the questions instead of letting them go by the wayside. more
JACKSON (November 6) — The Jackson Clinic and Baptist Memorial Health Care hosted a grand opening for The Jackson Clinic-Baptist Outpatient Campus, a first-of-its-kind, 155,000 square-foot medical campus in Jackson, Tennessee. more
The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) selected two McKenzie natives and brothers as School System Administrators of the Year. more
With two weeks remaining in the 2023 football season, the Rebels are on the cusp of making a third consecutive trip to play for the TSSAA State Football Championship. To make it to the final round, McKenzie will have to battle it out in a rematch with the undefeated Dresden Lions. Two other teams have the same goal in mind, South Pittsburg and Oliver Springs. more
McKENZE (November14) — Reverend Dr. Bob Watkins will serve as the interim president of Bethel University beginning January 1, 2024. more
HUNTINGDON (November 2) — Quick action by two Huntingdon police officers, their dispatcher, and the Carroll County 911 system is credited for saving the life of a first grade student named Hunter Snider. more
In the town of Savannah, Tennessee, a star was born on November 16, 1874. Mary Elizabeth Patterson would go on to become a trailblazer in the world of entertainment, leaving an indelible mark as an actress whose talent and tenacity transcended the limitations of her time. more
The thing I like best about Thanksgiving is the sameness of it. Now, you say that about most anything else in the world and it is a condemning statement. Nobody wants the same old, same old... more
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