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GLEASON (May 14) — The possibility of installing a splash pad at Snider Park in Gleason was a major topic for discussion, during Thursday night’s meeting of the Gleason City Board.The … more
NASHVILLE (May 21) Nationally, seasonally adjusted unemployment experienced a similar spike as in Tennessee. The April 2020 rate for the United States is 14.7%. That figure represents a 10.3 … more
The City of McKenzie and the Town of Huntingdon announced that their traditional Memorial Day events have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.A representative for McKenzie said in a statement, … more
McKENZIE (May 17) — The McKenzie High School class of 2020 graduated with 91 seniors on Sunday, May 17 amid the COVID-19 pandemic that interrupted their senior year. McKenzie school dismissed … more
McKENZIE (May 14) — The driver died and two passengers were injured in a rollover accident on State Route 423 at 2:35 p.m., May 14.According to a report by the Tennessee Highway Patrol, Jeffrey … more
McKENZIE — The challenging part of being a journalist is there are usually few holidays. The publisher has said for years that it’s great to be a journalist as long as you like working … more
SAVANNAH — Ben Harmon is working hard to become the next chancellor for the 24th Judicial District. This district includes Carroll, Henry, Benton, Decatur and Hardin counties. Harmon says … more
CARROLL COUNTY (May 11) — The Carroll County Commission met via Zoom internet app on Monday, May 11. Most of the commissioners were home and logged in to participate in the 7 p.m. meeting.The … more
NASHVILLE (May 18) — State Senator John Stevens announced Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County will receive $250,000 in a Rural Hospital Readiness Grant. The grant was made possible under a … more
McKENZIE (May 14) — For the second time in history, the City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council did not meet in person but via the Internet application Zoom. During the meeting, members of … more
The Executive Committee of the Tennessee Iris Festival announces the 2020 festival, originally scheduled for April 25 to May 2 and then rescheduled for July 4-11, is now canceled due to the … more
The 2020 Tennessee Soybean Festival Board of Directors made the decision to cancel the 27th Annual Tennessee Soybean Festival planned for September 5-12, due to the uncertainties that still lie ahead … more
TREZEVANT (May 12) — The Trezevant Board of Mayor and Aldermen met Tuesday for the first time since March with a short agenda that included the first reading of the town’s proposed budget … more
A proposed widening of a state highway between Sydnor Road in McKenzie and Milan is under development in three phases, according to Nichole Lawrence, John Ward, and Gary Scruggs of the Tennessee … more
GLEASON (May 14) — The need to procure a separate building for the Gleason Police Department was a major topic of discussion, during Thursday night’s meeting of the Gleason City … more
We need help! Something is happening in our neighborhood and we don’t know what to do or where to turn. With this Pandemic occurring, it has been hard to get information. We live in what is … more
Recently we have heard the following questions: Where is God in all of this terrible suffering of death, illness, and of loss of income due to the COVID-19 virus? How could a loving God allow a … more
Boy howdy, if someone with just a smidgen of authority had told me and Buddy, Ricky and Yogi back in March of 1965 that we didn’t have to go through that graduation ceremony thing…let me … more
HUNTINGDON — The Carroll County Flea Market reopens Tuesday, May 19. The flea market is at the Carroll County Civic Center at 201 Mustang Drive, Huntingdon.Gates open at 6 a.m. when vendors … more
Area Rotary Clubs are funding mobile food banks to serve food insecure homes in rural west Tennessee.Two area food banks will serve residents in Weakley and Carroll counties. Rotary clubs have … more
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