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NASHVILLE (January 15) — State Senator John Stevens (R-Huntingdon) has been reappointed First Vice Chairman of the Senate Finance, Ways and Means (FWM) Committee. The announcement was made by … more
Over the last eight months of research, the surname Dinwiddie is one of many names that has come up numerous times. From reading about Caledonia to Ms. Cora Sedberry, the name Dinwiddie has seared … more
McKENZIE (September 23) — The City of McKenzie is beginning the LED lighting upgrade to  the city’s street lights. The transition process, to remove the old fixtures and install the … more
It’s sad to be an adult at Halloween. You’d look a tad out of place knocking on doors with a sack in your hand and a Lone Ranger mask on your face yelling, “Trick or Treat!” … more
Washington, D.C.  (December 12) — Congressman David Kustoff (TN-08)  released the following statement following the passage of the conference report for H.R.2, the Agriculture and … more
I grew up in the safest place in America. And it could be argued, I grew up in the safest time in the storied history of our great nation.Listen, when I was eight years old, I would walk by myself up … more
After going down the genealogy rabbit hole, I realized there was as slight omission to my research. During a lunch meeting, I discovered Dr. Harris Collier had more than the one child (Harris Fields) … more
NASHVILLE — Tennessee House Speaker Glen Casada (R-Thompson’s Station) has named State Representative Curtis Halford (R-Dyer) Chairman of the House Agriculture & Natural Resources … more
McKenzie Train Depot and Freight Loading Station in the early 1900s. File photo originally published in “A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee,” by The McKenzie Banner in October … more
Looking down Broadway toward Cedar, Downtown McKenzie, 1967. File photo originally published in “A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee,” by The McKenzie Banner in October 2004. more
The Carroll County Technical Center Marketing classes host a toy drive on Monday, December 9 at the Carroll Bank and Trust Community Building in Huntingdon from 6-7:30 p.m.The cost of admission is an … more
Property owners in Carroll County will receive the annual property tax notices in this mail this week.Paul Bolen, trustee, said the notices are mailed the first week of each October. Taxes are due … more
It is always about the gift.    I know folks that will tell you otherwise. They get caught up in the music. Or the eggnog. Or the little chocolate Santas. Or the fake snowflakes stuck to … more
Nonnie got a call from our nine year old granddaughter. Hannah was excited about being out of school because of the snow. They talked way past “for a while”. I just shook my head and … more
HUNTINGDON (September 27) — Huntingdon Industrial Development Board facilitated the additional expansion of jobs at Gränges, an aluminum-processing manufacturing plant in … more
TAMCO, INC., early 1980s (L to R): Terry Blakemore, Lynn Russell, and Joe Morris. more
NASHVILLE — Tennessee House Speaker Glen Casada (R-Thompson’s Station) has named State Representative Andy Holt (R-Dresden) Chairman of the House Finance Subcommittee.The nine-person … more
The Huntingdon City council met Tuesday evening, September 25, with a short but busy agenda of actions.Council members unanimously approved the lone bid submitted for the restoration project for the … more
HUNTINGDON, Tenn.  – The Carroll County Health Department is offering flu vaccines at no charge to the community during a special “FightFluTN” vaccination event December 5. … more
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