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PARIS, Tenn. (March 17, 2020) – In our continued efforts to prepare for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and to protect our patients, staff, and community, we are implementing visitation policy changes at Henry County Medical Center effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020. more
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis is treating the first positive Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patient in Shelby County. This patient is receiving excellent care, and we are following all … more
PARIS, Tenn. – Henry County Medical Center is closely monitoring the evolving novel coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and has been preparing the organization for the potential arrival of … more
The BBB is passing on a warning from the FTC and FDA about phony coronavirus treatment claims. The agencies have sent warning letters to seven companies raising concerns about their … more
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The NAIA announced today that effective immediately, it will be canceling all remaining winter championship events, including those that are currently … more
McKENZIE (December 7) — Bethel University awarded 340 persons with an associate, bachelors, or master’s degrees during the Saturday, December 7 ceremonies inside the Crisp Arena on the … more
McKENZIE — The City of McKenzie was host to tons of events last week for the annual Mistletoe Christmas, including the Polar Express, the community parade, Breakfast with Santa, a variety show, … more
The City of McKenzie hosts its annual “Mistletoe Christmas” with over a dozen events over ten days.Wednesday, December 4Twinkle Ball — 6-8 p.m. at Bethel University’s Baker … more
McKENZIE (October 24) — Bethel University and the City of McKenzie hosted another great Boo Bash celebration. Downtown McKenzie is cordoned off for children to participate in trunk or treat … more
McKenzie’s annual Great Big, Old-Fashioned, Frighteningly Fun Family Boo Bash is Thursday, October 24 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. downtown.The event will feature trunk-or-treat, games, pumpkin bowling, … more
MARTIN — The annual Miss University of Tennessee at Martin/Miss Tennessee Soybean Festival Scholarship Pageant is 7 p.m., October 26, in the Boling University Center’s Duncan Ballroom on … more
McKENZIE — Jim Tracy, state director of USDA’s Rural Development was the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of McKenzie on October 15. Tracy, from Shelbyville, serves the entire state of … more
NASHVILLE —  The first of two Tennessee young sportsman deer hunts for the 2019-20 season is the weekend of October 26-27. Youth ages 6-16 years of age may participate. Participating … more
2019 Youth Achievement AwardThe Youth Achievement Award is not an annual award, it is awarded to young people for outstanding achievements beyond the state level. Tonight we have chosen to present it … more
Twenty members of The Inglenook Book Club met in October at Lakeside Senior Living Community with Jean McKinnie and Elaine Williams serving as hostesses. After refreshments, Zia Locke called the … more
The Morning Glory Garden Club awarded Yard of the Month for October to Jim and Edie Ward of 75 Laurelwood Lane. The Wards’ lawn is like a beautiful carpet with Bermuda sod. Potted Kimberly … more
Because of the damage to the front entrance, McKenzie/Carroll County United Neighbors is not accepting items of clothes and other items until repairs are complete. Please do not leave left over items … more
Two new industries are under construction in Carroll County and Gränges is advancing with its significant expansion plans. Pottery Direct’s new 40,000 square-foot building, located on … more
McKENZIE (October 4) — Bennett Hardware hosted a grand opening Friday to mark the change in name and ownership of one of McKenzie’s oldest businesses. The event kicked off with a morning … more
HUNTINGDON (October 7) — Cyril and Jan Ostiguy of Huntingdon, both retired private citizens, received approval Monday to address the full body of the Carroll County Commission on Monday, … more
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