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While three of the five Carroll County high schools held graduation ceremonies in May, the other two chose to delay until June. West Carroll High School and Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School … more
HUNTINGDON (May 18) — Huntingdon High School awarded diplomas to 94 seniors Monday evening during commencement exercises held at Paul Ward Stadium.The event included special precautions to … more
CLARKSBURG (May 8) — Clarksburg High School graduated 22 seniors during a commencement ceremony Friday evening in the gymnasium.Special precautions were in place to ensure proper social … more
McKENZIE — The City of McKenzie lobby opened Monday, June 1 for citizens and visitors. It was previously closed as a precaution of the COVID-19 virus. The doors open at 8:30 a.m. and close at 5 … more
PARIS (June 1) — Three people are dead after a day-long standoff in Paris today.Henry County Sheriff Monte Belew said Bobby Mercer killed two people before turning the gun on himself and said … more
McKENZIE (May 28) — Uncertainty in revenue projections for government entities is the another symptom of the COVID-19 pandemic. McKenzie city officials are developing the 2020-21 fiscal year … more
NASHVILLE (May 28) — Statistics released by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development show a staggering increase in unemployment for each of Tennessee’s 95 counties in … more
NASHVILLE (June 1) — Following incidents of violence in downtown Nashville, Governor Bill Lee announced today that the Tennessee National Guard will remain mobilized across the state and that … more
NASHVILLE (June 1) — Tennesseans who utilize the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to feed their families now have a new resource to help during the COVID-19 pandemic. The United … more
McKENZIE (May 29) — The City of McKenzie announced Friday the cancellation of two of its annual summer events due to the COVID-19 pandemic.The city’s summer music series Nights on … more
The City of McKenzie plans to reopen its Farmers Market on Saturday, June 13. In an attempt to expand hours of operation, the market also opens on Tuesday afternoons.In light of the COVID-19 pandemic … more
The Supreme Court of Tennessee published a new order easing suspension of in-person court proceedings. Judge Donald E. Parish, secured a plan for the 24th Judicial District to aid in the courts … more
Mr. John Reeder Austin purchased a little over 100 acres in 2018 in a small community known as Big Buck in Huntingdon. The property lies between Bright Road and Pearle Lane with Renfro being the … more
Two things are becoming crystal clear as we muddle our way through this pandemic mess. Both have to do with how we are governed. Neither one is very comforting. And, really, deep down, in the honest … more
McKenzie City Council, 1994 — Seated (L to R): Atty. Kent Jones, Mayor Bob Putman and City Clerk Jane Thompson. Standing (L to R): Billy Vawter, Dennis R. Coleman, J. R. McDonald, Dan … more
It’s not too late to turn in your U. S. Census. The corona virus has delayed the deadline, so we still have a little longer. I urge anyone who hasn’t turned in your census to take 10 … more
NASHVILLE — Governor Bill Lee’s Economic Recovery Group issued new guidelines today for non-contact sports, camps, and higher education under the Tennessee Pledge. Since the state began … more
NASHVILLE (May 26) — Agricultural producers can now apply for USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP), which provides direct payments to offset the negative effects of the … more
WEAKLEY COUNTY (May 27) — The audience size will be limited and the chairs socially distanced for the June 12 commencement of the 2020 graduating classes in the four high schools in Weakley … more
McKENZIE (May 27) — The McKenzie Municipal Regional Planning Commission gave the approval for Bethel University to move forward on the construction of a new chapel located adjacent to the Vera … more
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