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Tess Darby, a standout senior for the Greenfield Lady Yellowjackets, has verbally committed to play basketball for the University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers.She made the commitment during a campus … more
NASHVILLE — With hot and dry weather leading into the fall fire season, Tennessee’s state forester is requiring a burn permit for all open-air outdoor fires beginning Sept. 23.Typically, … more
Walk Across Tennessee is a team-based walking program. The teams are encouraged to cumulatively walk the equivalent of the length of Tennessee (about 500 miles) or more, over an eight-week period. … more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is reminding waterfowl hunters of adjustments made for the Aug. 3 handheld duck blind drawings to be conducted at 10 locations.On-site … more
ATLANTA — The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) encourages businesses of all sizes, private nonprofit organizations, homeowners and renters to apply for a disaster loan for physical … more
The annual West Tennessee Small Ruminant Producer Class will be held by the University of Tennessee Extension Service August 7-9, 2019 at the West Tenn. Ag Research and Education Center at 605 … more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Municipal League recently elected its 2019-2020 board of directors during its annual conference in Memphis. McKenzie Mayor Jill Holland was elected president. As … more
Tennessee motorists experienced a one-cent increase in the motor vehicle tax on July 1, thanks to the approval of the IMPROVE Act passed in 2017 under the Haslam administration and the Republican-led … more
Mike Creasy, an attorney with West Tennessee Legal Services, spoke to Rotary Club of McKenzie members about the free legal services available through the agency. He said the company deals with … more
MARTIN — Two ladies with ties to Carroll County are competing in the Miss Tennessee Volunteer Pageant next week in Jackson.Amanda Mayo, a 20-year-old junior from Lilburn, Georgia, won the 2019 … more
ATWOOD (June 1) — The annual West Tennessee Antique Engine and Tractor Show returned Saturday to the park at the intersection of Highway 79 and Highway 70.Approximately 25 machines were … more
HUNTINGDON (May 31) — Tera Townsend of Huntingdon is making her second appearance in the state’s top scholarship pageant on June 19-22. Friends, family, and many well-wishers attended a … more
MARTIN (April 27) — The University of Tennessee at Martin’s student-run campus radio station, WUTM-FM 90.3 “The Hawk,” represented the university during the 2018 Tennessee … more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security (TDOSHS) Driver Services Division launched a new mobile application that will better serve Tennesseans.The mobile … more
On Friday, May 10, Tennessee Wildlife Federation hosted its 54th Annual Conservation Achievement Awards at Loveless Cafe Barn, in Nashville. Lance Rider of McKenzie was honored with the On Target … more
McKENZIE (April 26) — The McKenzie Middle School soccer team saw a phenomenal season come to a bittersweet end Friday in a 1-0 loss to the St. Mary’s Angels in the championship game of … more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame announced its nine-member 2019 class last Thursday, April 11, and it includes Bruceton native and former San Francisco 49er linebacker Patrick … more
Registered Nursing.org has ranked Bethel University’s Nursing program 9th out of 44 in Tennessee in their 3rd Annual RN Program Rankings.According to the website, the rankings rely heavily on … more
Tennessee College of Applied Technology in McKenzie sent 20 post-secondary students and two dual enrollment students to the Tennessee SkillsUSA Competition in Chattanooga. Thirteen students received … more
  MARTIN, Tenn. – The University of Tennessee at Martin will offer beginning sign language classes March 2-April 6 on the UT Martin main campus. A beginning course will be offered … more
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