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HUNTINGDON (September 13) — Carroll County Commissioners rejected a proposal to add a holiday for birthdays of employees of the Carroll County Highway Department, even though department employees had taken it as a paid holiday in the past. more
HUNTINGDON — After COVID-19 put the longstanding Carroll County tradition on hold last year, the Town of Huntingdon is ready to celebrate its 28th Heritage Festival on Saturday, Sept. 25, with free, family-friendly activities planned from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Huntingdon’s historic Court Square. more
HUNTINGDON — Carroll County Fair returns this year in a modified fashion. The pay-one-price admission allows attendance to the events at the Carroll County Fairgrounds, located at the Carroll County Civic Center. more
The Trezevant Board of Aldermen met in their September session following a beer board meeting and a pubic hearing last Tuesday evening, September 14. During the beer board meeting they recommended to the city board that Sunday beer sales hours be allowed. more
Five McKenzie High School senior ladies were selected to serve as the Homecoming Court. One will be crowned as queen on Friday evening, September 24 in pre-game ceremonies at Randy Thomas Field. more
McKenzie Sweet Tea Festival has a new emphasis on antiques and pickings this year. more
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee invited Tennesseans to “Rate the Plates” and help choose the state’s next standard license plate by … more
Coach J.C. Popplewell was considered a “true teacher” by his colleagues and his students who long recalled their admiration for the former coach. A narrative in the 1987-88 Henry County Elementary School yearbook reads of Popplewell, “He is well-liked and much respected by his students as well as by his peers in the education field. He gives us his all every day in the P.E. classes he teaches. He is always there to lend a kind word, to give a little one an extra smile on their first day of school, to loan 50 cents for a Coke, to encourage or just to care. more
Can anyone tell me how it came to be that our government can mandate employers (with 100 employees or more) be vaccinated or tested weekly for COVID while thousands are coming across our southern borders wearing no masks and showing no proof of vaccination? more
Mother didn’t actually lie to us. I don’t think. She said it was mayonnaise. We called it mayonnaise. It wasn’t all that complicated. Besides, it was white and creamy…like you expected mayonnaise to be. more
    MARTIN, Tenn. - Mr. Leslie Daniel (Danny) McElhiney, 70, of Martin, formerly of Gleason, died Saturday, September 18, 2021, at St. Thomas Hospital West, Nashville, … more
HUNTINGDON (September 16, 2021) An undercover operation spanning more than a year into the sell of illicit drugs throughout Carroll County has resulted in the indictment of numerous … more
Krista Winkler Sass and Amy Dixon, who recently competed in Tokyo in the Paralympics, plan to compete in the Dixie Triathlon at the Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreation Lake. They will also make an appearance at the Nights on Broadway Thursday, September 16. more
William D. Simmons is seeking information concerning damage to his and his late wife’s, Peggy W. Simmons, headstone in Trezevant Cemetery. more
McKENZIE (September 9) — The City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council met Thursday evening, September 9. The main topic of discussion was the possible purchase of what city officials term speed calming devices. In essence, the devices are radar speed signs, designed to slow motorists by alerting them of their speed. more
HUNTINGDON (September 7-8) — The Grand Jury of the Carroll County Circuit Court returned 97 indictments, including DUI, child abuse and rape, vehicular homicide, various drug charges, et cetera. more
McKENZIE (September 7) — Facemasks are recommended but not mandated at McKenzie Special School District after a majority voice vote by members of the McKenzie Special School District on Tuesday, September 7. more
McKENZIE (September 8) — Congressman David Kustoff (R-Germantown) was in McKenzie Wednesday on a listening tour during a Congressional recess. The Congressman had visited BR Supply, Bethel University and The McKenzie Banner. more
I think every kid in school got excited about getting a substitute teacher back in the day. It was usually a guaranteed movie day or possibly a day with extended recess, at least in the elementary school days and before common core or standardized tests with repercussions. But there is always an exception to every rule, it was not going to be a free day if Miss Ruth showed up. more
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