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NASHVILLE (January 18) — Carroll and Henry counties lead the state in the number of vaccinations against COVID-19, as based on the number of vaccinations per 100,000 population.Henry County … more
NASHVILLE (January 17) — On Sunday, in the wake of the recent unrest in Washington, D.C., the Tennessee National Guard was activated with several of its members being deployed to the … more
McKENZIE — The RailYard Workspace is hosting a ribbon cutting and open house on Friday, January 22, 2 p.m. at the new facility on Broadway Street in downtown McKenzie adjacent to the McKenzie … more
McKENZIE (January 14) — Thursday evening through ZOOM Meeting, the two vacant positions on the McKenzie City Council were filled by Garrett Burns (Ward 3) and Josefine Batton (Ward 4). The … more
The Town Council of Huntingdon had a single item on its agenda for January 12. That was a contract of obligation in lieu of a performance bond concerning the liability of its closed landfill.The … more
ATWOOD (January 11) — The West Carroll Special School District Board of Education voted during Monday’s meeting to extend virtual Fridays through March 12.Director of Schools Dexter … more
HUNTINGDON (January 11) — Jay Phipps of McKenzie is the newest commissioner of Carroll County. He was appointed Monday to fill the vacant seat of former Commissioner Brian Winston, who last … more
NASHVILLE (January 18) — Tennessee is making great progress in rapidly vaccinating those at highest-risk of serious illness and death from COVID-19. The state received its first shipments of … more
McKENZIE (January 14) Twenty-nine graves of unknown persons were recently located in the historic Shiloh Cemetery, located at the intersection of State Route 423 and Carroll Lake Road. Thanks to the … more
TREZEVANT (January 12) — The City of Trezevant is seeking a $600,000 state grant with $42,000 in local granting funds to make repairs to the city’s wastewater system.Jeff Goad said the … more
As 2021 began, I couldn’t help but hope some of the tension and hostility within the United States would subside. I am not one to editorialize, nor will I use this article to preach that my … more
Clerks shown in the former Felts Drug Store include I. Dee House, Virgil Kerney and owner H.H. Felts. File photo originally published in “A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee,” by … more
You can’t hardly mess up cornbread.If it’s a bit undercooked, you can grin and pour a little extra syrup over it. If it got left on the stove too long, just scrape off the bottom and … more
NASHVILLE — State Rep. Tandy Darby, R-Greenfield, today announced Tennessee House Republicans passed HJR0018, a resolution approving the waiver for Tennessee’s shared savings proposal … more
PARIS — Henry County Medical Center announces Amanda Finley, DO FACOI FACP, Hospitalist – Internal Medicine, was recently certified in internal medicine from the American Board of … more
In December of 2020, the Congress passed a COVID stimulus relief bill with a key provision of $54.3 billion for K-12 schools, according to the Tennessee Education Association. Tennessee’s share … more
McKENZIE (January 10) — The first worship service in the new sanctuary of the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church-McKenzie was held Sunday, January 10. It was a celebration of a completion of … more
PARIS (January 5) — In a very busy rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, Henry County Medical Center distributed all of its vaccine against COVID-19 in one day and is awaiting its next shipment. The … more
Retired teacher Marguerite Lanier Mabry, 105, died Sunday, January 3, 2021. Funeral services were at Mt. Olivet Cemetery with Reverend LaTrisha Trull and Dr. Ed Perkins serving as officiants. She was … more
McKENZIE — Funeral services for Ben Thomas Surber, 84, of McKenzie are Sunday, January 10, 2 p.m. at the McKenzie First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. His memorial services there were the … more
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