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McKENZIE — Today, Keith Priestley announces his candidacy for state representative of the 76th District of Tennessee. The 76th House District encompasses all of Weakley County and parts of … more
NASHVILLE (March 25) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced Wednesday Benton, Carroll and Smith counties will receive federal assistance under Tennessee’s current Major Disaster Declarations … more
The Town of Trezevant canceled its regularly scheduled board meeting on Tuesday, April 14.The next meeting is Tuesday, May 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the community center. more
McKENZIE (March 30) — The McKenzie Special School District is providing meals to children during the school closure related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Breakfast and lunch are provided each … more
McKENZIE — A McKenzie man is charged with Attempted Second Degree Murder, Aggravated Assault and Domestic Assault after a March 21 incident in McKenzie.According to three warrants filed by Lt. … more
NASHVILLE (MARCH 27) Carroll County now has four confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus and Weakley County has its first. Henry County Medical Center treated its first cases of COVID-19 which was a patient from another county. more
Tennessee (March 26) —Tennessee  now has 957 persons who have tested positive for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) as of 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 26, 2020. more
NASHVILLE (March 26, 2020) — Tennessee experienced an unprecedented spike in new initial unemployment claims according to data released this morning by the United States Department of Labor. more
  In light of the announcement yesterday byGovernor Lee of schools remaining closed until April 24, 2020 the WBFF, Inc Board of Directors met and decided that it is of the best interest … more
Miss Barbara Clark taught our freshman high school English class. Holy Cow, Goodness gracious, merciful Heavens, sakes alive, Mother Maybelle! It was without a doubt the most difficult—dare I … more
Western Auto, owned and operated by Jack Hall, Cedar Street, McKenzie, early 1960s. File photo originally published in “A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee,” by The McKenzie Banner … more
HUNTINGDON (March 24) — Andrew “Andy” Holt (R-Dresden), who represents the 76th District in the Tennessee State House of Representatives, announced he is not seeking another term of … more
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security (TDOSHS) continues to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak closely. At this time, most State Driver Services Centers remain open … more
Huntingdon Animal Clinic remains open to serve clients and has enacted protocols to protect staff and clients durinig the coronavirus pandemic. A statement released by the clinic reads:Due to the … more
  From The McKenzie Banner   HUNTINGDON (March 19, 4:48 p.m.) - Officials with the Carroll County Mayor's Office informed The Banner there is one case of conoravirus in Carroll County. The County Office … more
TREZEVANT (March 10) — The Trezevant Board of Aldermen met Tuesday with a lengthy list of consequential items to discuss, including the ongoing water system issues, city park projects, codes … more
A local physician has dedicated his career to revolutionizing the medical industry with a trauma-informed model and now looks to implement the methods he’s helped innovate at his McKenzie … more
PARIS, Tenn. (March 19, 2020) – HCMC Surgery Center updated its visitation policy effective Thursday, March 19 in conjunction with the visitation changes that occurred at Henry County … more
NASHVILLE — The unemployment percentages increased in Benton, Carroll, Henry, Obion and Weakley counties in January as compared to the December 2019 rates.Benton County recorded a 5.5 percent … more
McKenzie (March 11) — During the regular meeting of the City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council, dealing with the lack of radio communication for first responders was the main topic of … more
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