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McKenzie Sweet Tea Festival has a new emphasis on antiques and pickins this year. The event begins Friday, September 24 with strolls through the antique and special interest shops of McKenzie Antique … more
The 3rd annual Dixie Triathlon, presented by Carroll Bank & Trust is September 18, from the banks of Carroll County’s 1000- Acre Recreation Lake in West Tennessee. This race is quickly … 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 … more
The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office has completed an investigation resulting in a six-count indictment against former Gleason City Recorder Angela Hunt. Investigators revealed she … more
HUNTINGDON — When Carroll County Commissioners convene on September 13, 7 p.m., one of the items on the agenda is the addition of Highway Department employees’ birthdays to the list of … more
HUNTINGDON (August 26) — Employees of the Carroll County Electric Department were granted up to 10 days' pay if they are diagnosed with COVID or must quarantine because of contact with a person … more
HUNTINGDON (August 24) — The Huntingdon Mayor and Council approved the first of two readings to rezone a parcel of land and voted to allow Mayor Dale Kelley to negotiate the price of a … more
HUNTINGDON (August 24) — Carroll County Election Commission authorized party primaries for the Democrats and Republicans on May 3, 2022. During the commission meeting, Peg Hamlett, … more
McKenzie, Tennessee - Services for Sally Ramsay Shymkiw, 69, are Wednesday, September 8, 2021 at 1 p.m. at Brummitt-McKenzie Funeral Home with Brother Kevin Gallimore and Brother Dennis Trull … more
Sweet Tea & Southern Pickin’s Festival McKenzie Sweet Tea Festival has a new emphasis on antiques and pickins this year. The event begins Friday, September 24 with strolls through the … more
Continuing a long-standing tradition, Huntingdon High School named Mr. and Miss Huntingdon High School during the annual Homecoming pep rally on the steps of the Carroll County Courthouse.Lindsey … more
HUNTINGDON (September 2) Huntingdon High School planned its 2021 Football Homecoming on Friday, September 3 when the team was to play Camden.  That game was forfeited by Camden due to COVID at … more
HUNTINGDON, Tenn. (August 25)  - A Paris man is in custody after a high-speed pursuit and a foot search. The foot search centered around the Carroll County Storage buildings on the Huntingdon … more
Thursday, August 19 2021 - At approximately 12:26 p.m. Huntingdon Investigator Joey Hedge was northbound on the Veterans Drive Bypass when he observed a vehicle enter the traffic way from a … more
On August 29, the United States Postal Service will make postal rate changes to first-class mail, international mail and newspapers. In first-class mail, single-piece letters weighing one ounce … more
courtesy of Mirror-Exchange (Milan)   ATWOOD (August 17) - Effective Wednesday, West Carroll schools are closed for the remainder of the week. West Carroll school superintendent Preston … more
JACKSON (August 11) — On Wednesday, Former Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam addressed alumni of the WestStar Leadership Program at the Southwest Development District office in Jackson, Tennessee. Haslam spoke briefly about his career and new book, “Faithful Presence: The Promise and the Peril of Faith in the Public Square,” as part of the leadership program’s “Lunch-Learn-Leadership series.” more
Lloyd Bateman is the new Trezevant councilman. He was administered the oath of office on Tuesday, August 10 during the monthly meeting of the Trezevant Mayor-Council. more
The most recent complete data on COVID-19 infections in Tennessee was provided by the Tennessee Department of Health on Thursday, August 12. more
McKENZIE (August 12) — During the August meeting of the City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council, community health and safety was the focus of the meeting. The Council was informed by Mayor Jill Holland, the city will finally receive the promised digital antenna and necessary equipment from the County of Carroll. Once the antenna and repeater system is installed, the digital radio system used by the police department is supposed to work properly. more
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