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The results of the 2020 U.S. Census were released last week and show the changes to the nation’s population. more
CARROLL COUNTY (August 12) — Kirsten Winkler Sass was surprised with the tremendous outpouring of supporters in McKenzie and Huntingdon as she prepared to depart for Toyko for the paralympics. more
McKENZIE (August 14) — Area firefighters and other emergency responders, along with members of the community honored the memory of Drake Pate, 21, McKenzie with a ‘last call” memorial service on Saturday, August 14. The young man died in an ATV accident on August 7. He was a volunteer firefighter for the McKenzie Fire Department. more
HUNTINGDON – An ongoing drug investigation by special agents with the Drug Investigation Division of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the Huntingdon Police Department, and the … more
Max called. With questions. I leaned in a little. He is sometimes hard to understand over the phone. “KK, what was the name of your second grade teacher?” more
For the last couple weeks, the Banner staff has been hunkered down prepping for the upcoming football season. Each year we publish our gridiron guide along with a host of football programs for area schools. While it is a painstaking process, we take pride in what we do and feel honored to help the schools. more
Among the many items covered, the Board made final decisions on policies related to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, TSSAA worked diligently to put the measures in place that addressed health and … more
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed Executive Order 84 to give parents the ability to opt their child out of a local mask mandate enacted by a school or health board. more
McKenzie Special School District Board of Education convenes Tuesday, August 17, 5:30 p.m. to discuss the policy regarding COVID-19 for the 2021-22 school year. more
McKENZIE (AUGUST 7) — Drake Pate, 21, of McKenzie died from injuries sustained from an 2021 CF Moto Z950 side-by-side ATV accident in which he was a passenger. more
Three Carroll County schools released preliminary enrollment numbers for the first week of school. The three directors noted enrollment often changes during the early weeks of a new school year. more
NASHVILLE (August 6) — Tennessee tourism generated $16.8 billion in domestic and international travel spending in 2020, a 31.6 percent decline from the previous year according to newly-released economic impact data from U.S. Travel Association and Tourism Economics. Travel in Tennessee generated nearly 150,000 jobs and $1.4 billion in state and local tax revenue. Despite the impact of COVID-19, efforts to promote outdoor travel opportunities helped Tennessee outperform the national average decline of 42 percent. more
NASHVILLE ­(August 5) — The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) wants Tennesseans to know additional benefits will be available for families who need help purchasing food this summer. more
BUCHANAN (August 8) — Kayakers and fishermen had a front row seat Sunday to the ongoing construction at The Lodge at Paris Landing, still on target for completion in the fall of 2021. Reservations are being taken now for 2022 events at The Lodge, such as weddings and conventions. Any event for 2022 can be placed on the Lodge group calendar by filling out a form at this link: https://tnstateparks.com/lodges/paris-landing. more
McKENZIE (August 3) — What is the school’s policy for COVID for the 2021-22 school year? That will be discussed and decided during a special meeting on Tuesday, August 17, 5:30 p.m. at the Board Office, located on Bell Avenue. more
NASHVILLE (July 30) — Tennessee Governor Bill Lee issued an executive order Friday extending the limited state of emergency another month. more
Approximately 12,500 threadfin shad were released on Tuesday at the Carroll County Thousand Acre Recreational Lake. more
ATWOOD (August 5) — West Carroll Special School District Board of Education approved a $9,051,084 budget for the fiscal year 2021-22, beginning July 1, 2021. It is funded by a local tax rate of $1.2207 per $100 assessed value on real property within the district. more
One of the most important reasons for teaching history is to allow our young people to learn about the past. more
It’s not often, a small private school in rural America can claim an award-winning journalist and television correspondent as an alumnus. Yet, Bethel University has that distinction with James Terrell Wooten. more
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