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Sometimes we throw the term “lucky” around a bit more than we might ought to. It’s like “love.” We love ice cream. We love mushrooms. We love a sunshiny day. We love Barbara Jean Dalrymple. Come on now. We can enjoy a mushroom. Or like a mushroom. But love one? more
PARIS, Tenn. (August 4, 2021) – As Henry County and the entire country see an increase in COVID-19 cases, Henry County Medical Center has made the decision to restrict visitation beginning … more
The Local Journalism Sustainability Act (LJSA) was recently introduced in the U.S. House and has now been introduced in the U.S. Senate — and will benefit every member of this community! Unlike many issues in Washington, this legislation has bipartisan support and is focused on delivering benefits to local communities across the U.S. by sustaining local news organizations, including this newspaper. more
HUNTINGDON—The Carroll County Democratic Party will hold a Biennial Reorganization Convention to elect new leaders on Tuesday, August 17, 2021. The meeting is at The Carroll County Office Complex located at 625 High Street. The door opens at 6 p.m. Convention start time is 6:30 p.m. more
CLARKSBURG (July 26) — During the regular meeting of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen Monday night, Clarksburg Mayor Howell Wayne Todd announced that the long-awaited project to renovate City Hall had received final approval from USDA’s Rural Development Office. more
HUNTINGDON — Carroll County Commission has appointment to committees and an amendment to the road policy on its August 9 agenda. more
HUNTINGDON (July 27) — William Atkins is the newly appointed member of the Huntingdon Town Council. He fills the unexpired term of Tim Tucker, whose term expires November 2024. more
The McKenzie Chamber of Commerce and Industry announces its 2021-22 Board of Directors. more
NEW JOHNSONVILLE (July 31) — The New Johnsonville Fossil Fuel Steam Plant was razed on Saturday. The plant was removed from the electrical grid on December 31, 2017. It will be replaced by a natural gas-powered generating plant. more
CARROLL COUNTY — After more than 20 years of the proposal, construction work is expected to begin this year, beginning with the razing of structures that are in the path of the U.S. 79/State Route 76 bypass around Atwood. more
HUNTINGDON (August 2) — Former Assistant District Attorney for the 24th District Thomas Tansil Jr. received jail sentences on three counts of a criminal indictment, which Tansil had entered a plea of nolo contrendre - a plea by which a defendant in a criminal prosecution accepts conviction as though a guilty plea had been entered but does not admit guilt. more
As Tokyo undergoes its fourth state of emergency since July 12, McKenzie’s Kirsten Sass, her partner Amy Dixon and para-athletes worldwide prepare for the Paralympic Games, hosted August 27-September 5. more
Carroll County Sheriff’s Office K9 Gotchi will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. K9 Gotchi’s vest is sponsored by Vikki and Arnie Medrano of Paso Robles, California and will be embroidered with the sentiment “In honor of those who protect and serve.” Delivery is expected within eight to ten weeks. more
Aw man, this could be really bad. I’m talking Sing Sing. Or maybe Leavenworth. They might reopen Alcatraz just for me. I don’t believe they’re going to let me off with just a few nights in the Starkville City Jail. I got a letter from the IRS. more
NASHVILLE — Reports of dead birds have been increasing in Tennessee due to the recent news coverage of a disease affecting birds in several eastern and midwestern states. The disease is reportedly causing eye swelling and crusty discharge from the eyes of birds and may also be associated with neurological symptoms. more
As the first day of the 2021-2022 school year approaches, students of the McKenzie Special School District can look forward to a mask-less, almost normal school year. more
NASHVILLE — Unemployment rates in Northwest Tennessee rose in June as compared to May 2021. On July 1, Tennessee ended the participation in the federal subsidy on unemployment, which added $300 weekly to Tennesseans’ unemployment checks. more
The McKenzie Special School District’s first school board meeting for the 2021-2022 school year is August 3 at 5:30 p.m. at the McKenzie Board of Education building. more
The Multi-Employer Regional Job Fair is Thursday, August 5, 1:30-4:30 p.m. at American Job Centers in Dyersburg, Humboldt, Huntingdon and Union City. more
On August 29, the United States Postal Service will make postal rate changes to first-class mail, international mail and newspapers. more
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