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McLEMORESVILLE (July 4) — Hundreds gathered downtown Saturday to celebrate Independence Day with a parade, music and fireworks. The event began with a parade featuring 59 participants including cars, horses, golf carts, four-wheelers, bikes and more all decorated patriotically, plus emergency vehicles from the area. more
NASHVILLE (July 1) — Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced Tennessee has the fewest distressed counties statewide since 2007, down from 15 in 2019 to 11 counties according to the Appalachian … more
McKENZIE — Saturday mornings are made better with fresh fruits and vegetables from McKenzie’s Farmers Market. The former Studebaker dealership provides one of the only indoor markets for … more
Twin Pools, on Stonewall Street, was owned and operated by Roe and Belle Alexander in the 1950s and 60s. File photo originally published in “A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee,” … more
Tibby was born Liberty Aloyce Walton on August 12, 1918, in Little Rock, Arkansas, to Robert and Mary Aletha McWhirter Walton. Her father wanted to name her Liberty Bell but her mother intervened. more
McKENZIE (July 6) —The City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council meets Thursday, July 9 at 6 p.m. via the Internet application ZOOM Meeting. On the agenda is the public hearing on the 2020-2021 Fiscal Year Budget. The council will vote on the second reading of the budget. more
My six year old grandson called to tell me he is taking swimming lessons. “KK, I put my head ALL THE WAY UNDER…” more
Dear Editor,I respectfully ask the McKenzie City Council to change the fireworks ordinance in some manner to prevent future injury and/or property loss. The fireworks of today are dangerous, … more
HUNTINGDON — Icey-Tek USA sponsored a fireworks and country music show at the Carroll County Civic Center on Friday, July 3. more
NASHVILLE (July 7) — Some predict COVID-19 will end November 3, 2020 — election day. That’s an unlikely prediction with the number of cases growing each day, over 11,500,302 cases and 535,759 dead in the world in 2020. Cases are in Europe 2,809,848 (200,651 dead); Africa 382,563 (7,139 dead); Southeast Asia 974,389 (25,619 dead); Western Pacific 229,590 (7,499 dead); and the U.S. 2,932,596 cases (130,133 Americans dead) create this worldwide pandemic. more
HUNTINGDON (July 5) — A march to celebrate Black Lives Matter was peaceful and well supported in Huntingdon on Sunday, July 5. As part of a nationwide attempt to show that black lives matter, the local event was organized by Small Town Nutrition and associates Brittany Baker and Satori Watson. Baker said there were many local persons involved in planning the peaceful event. more
NASHVILLE (July 6) — Some predict COVID-19 will end November 3, 2020 - election day. That’s an unlikely prediction with the number of cases growing each day and over 11,327,790 in the world in the year 2020. Cases are in Europe 2,791,160, Africa 369,928, Southeast Asia 947,519, Western Pacific 226,882, and the U.S. 5,820,840 create this worldwide pandemic. more
CLARKSVILLE (June 27) — Saturday evening, the Rotary Club of McKenzie was hailed with accolades and praise as it was named District 6760’s Club of the Year during the district’s … more
TREZEVANT (June 23) — A McKenzie man was killed in a two-car collision on Tuesday, June 23 on U.S. 79 near the intersection of Wingo Circle.According to a report by the Tennessee Highway … more
LEACH (June 13) — A Gibson County woman was on life support after a near-drowning at the Carroll County 1,000-Acre Recreational Lake Saturday afternoon, June 13. Three days later, she died from … more
HUNTINGDON (June 25) — A March 2 tornado wrecked portions of the Carroll County Electric distribution grid and caused $225,000 in damage. Danny Brawner, general manager of the system said the … more
PARIS (June 23) — A joint investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Kentucky State Police, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, Tennessee Wildlife … more
TENNESSEE (June 25) — Record-high unemployment rates recorded in counties across Tennessee in April experienced sizable decreases as the state slowly reopened in May 2020, according to … more
The Great Depression and World War II molded the group known as the Greatest Generation. They are the parents of the “Baby Boomers” and are the children of the “Lost … more
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Richardson Owned and Operated Richardson’s, a department store, for many years. They are shown here in the early 1980’s when the store closed. File photo originally … more
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