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HUNTINGDON — The Huntingdon School Board met in a short session and approved a number of changes to the board policies recommended by the Tennessee School Board Association (TSBA).After … more
McKenzie High School’s Rebel Golf team has garnered a new first after team members Johnathan Moore and Maggie Glass and Coach Larry Joe Smith each won their respective divisions in 2019 local … more
McKENZIE (September 20) — McKenzie High School elevated the city’s Rebel pride in a big way Friday as students and staff took to the streets for a Homecoming parade leading the way to a … 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
DRESDEN (September 6) — The ownership changed today for Tri-County Publishing, Inc. (TCP), the publisher of the Dresden Enterprise and The McKenzie Banner. Joel and Teresa Washburn of McKenzie, … more
PILLOWVILLE (September 5) — The hard work of the residents of the Pillowville Community, between McKenzie and Greenfield, paid off recently when the first patient was transported from the … more
ATWOOD — West Carroll’s School Board elected school board officers for the school year. All of the current officers were re-elected to their positions including William Robinson as … more
Anita Hale died.My heart stopped when I heard the news. Not in surprise mind you. She had, after all, survived two full years after the century mark. But my heart understood what my mind was trying … more
HUNTINGDON (September 3) — Multiple indictments including Reckless Homicide and Voluntary Manslaughter were handed down by the Carroll County Grand Jury last week. The Grand Jury indicted 65 … more
A Buena Vista man eluded officers while they were attempting to serve a warrant on a charge of violation of probation on Thursday, September 5.Mark Wortham, 25, of Wortham Loop, Buena Vista is still … more
Tennessee Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn visited Huntingdon Middle School last week. In a brief stop, she visited the classrooms of Misty Vaughn, fourth grade language arts; Amber Douglas, … more
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Fred’s stores are calling it quits. The company will soon shutter all of its stores.Locally, few Fred’s stores continue to operate. The store in Dresden is one of … more
McKENZIE — A out-of-control pickup truck destroyed the front entrance of the McKenzie/Carroll County United Neighbors office in McKenzie.Saudia Akin, manager, said the pickup failed to … more
CLARKSBURG — Mr. John C. “Pete” Halter, 85, of Clarksburg died Thursday, September 5, 2019 from injuries he received in a tractor accident. According to Sheriff Andy Dickson, Halter … more
PARIS, Tenn. (September 10) – Henry County Medical Center personnel acted quickly and appropriately to a small fire that began on the roof Tuesday afternoon.  There were no injuries … more
HUNTINGON (August 6) — Friday morning Jennifer Twyman King was administered the oath of office as chancellor of the 24th Judicial District. King was appointed September 4 by Tennessee Governor … more
DRESDEN (September 6) The ownership changed today for Tri-County Publishing, Inc., the publisher of the Dresden Enterprise and The McKenzie Banner. Joel and Teresa Washburn of McKenzie, purchased the … more
HCMC Women’s Health Advisory Presents Little Black Dress Event PARIS, Tenn. – Are you living your best life? Americans ranked #18 in the most recent World Happiness Report. Join Henry … more
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee appointed Jennifer King of Carroll County to serve as the Chancellor of the 24th Judicial District to fill the Honorable Carma … more
If I remember correctly, the first person to broach the subject of what I “wanted to be in life” was Miss Carolyn Blades in the first grade. I’m not sure if she asked it as part of … more
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