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The McKenzie School Board met in regular session Tuesday, October 1 with a short agenda. Boardmembers approved a budget amendment regarding the annual Safe Schools Grant. They also approved the … more
I don’t think I’m as “country” as some folks have been led to believe. But people who watched the recent “Country Music” documentary by Ken Burns seem to … more
1960s, Street Dance on Banner Row in Downtown McKenzie. File photo originally published in “A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee,” by The McKenzie Banner in October 2004. more
CLARKSBURG (October 6) — The new Clarksburg Family Clinic opened its doors on Sunday with an Open House and Ribbon Cutting at its location on Highway 22 South in Clarksburg. A sizable crowd … more
ATWOOD (October 6) — A West Carroll Elementary student received the surprise of his life Sunday as Make-a-Wish revealed that he’ll spend next week’s Fall Break in Florida to visit … more
The McKenzie Police Department is hosting a community training for parents or soon-to-be parents on Thursday, October 17 at the Park Theatre from 6-8 p.m. Officers will discuss on assortment of … more
HUNTINGDON (October 7) — On Monday, Carroll County Resolutions Committee approved the agenda for the October 14 meeting of the Carroll County Commission. On the agenda are appointments to … more
McKENZIE (October 2) — In the September city council meeting, members of the board were informed by Police Chief Craig Moates of his department and the fire department’s continued … more
McKENZIE (October 4) — Students, parents and teachers at McKenzie Elementary and McKenzie Middle School celebrated International Walk-to-School Day Friday. Students around the world are … more
I’m so mad this morning I could just spit. It’s about this impeachment thing. Leon used to abuse us something awful. He extended his big brother’s power way past … more
On Monday, September 23, Greta Thunberg spoke at the United Nations Climate Action Summit. If you haven’t done so already let me encourage you to go to Google, FireFox, or Microsoft Edge to … more
NASHVILLE — Carroll County has fallen out of the top ten in unemployment over the last month while rates also fell in Henry and Weakley countiesThe unemployment rate dropped to 4.6 in August … more
HUNTINGDON (September 26) — High-speed internet is proposed for the rural areas of McLemoresville in the west end of Carroll County and the rural area of Buena Vista in the east end of the … more
HUNTINGDON (September 24) — A new industry has committed to locate in Huntingdon. Dynamix Casting and Flux is projected to hire 25 employees in an industrial building to be located in … more
HUNTINGDON (September 26) — After 54 years, the Tucker family has sold the family-owned pharmacy. Tim Tucker, Pharm.D. sold the pharmacy to Daniel Jones, a pharmacist, who owns two pharmacies … more
Henry Fire was dispatched out to a report of a wild land fire in the area of 1500 Radford Lake Rd. in Henry just after 5 P.M. on Monday, September 30. Engine one responded to the scene with four … more
HUNTINGDON (September 26) — Carroll County Electric completed its installation of some 15,400 new electric meters, one at each service location. Danny Brawner, general manager of the utility … more
First and foremost thank you to my friend, Keith Priestley, for helping me with this story. I had an idea to do a feature on Jim Alexander but had very little to work with other than a few notes from … more
Students at McKenzie Elementary School and McKenzie Middle School will celebrate International Walk-to-School Day on Friday, October 4. This event will remind everyone of the joys of walking and the … more
HUNTINGDON — Icey-Tek U.S.A., located at 24290 Highway 70 Huntingdon will hold their grand opening Saturday, October 5 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event includes a kid’s fishing tournament … more
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