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Looking Back from our Archives

2/26/19 Edition

Posted 2/27/19

10 YEARS AGO — McKenzie’s VFW Post 4939 hosted the VFW National Commander Glen Gardner, who spoke about the importance of the organization.*Col. James “Jim” Harding of …

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Looking Back from our Archives

2/26/19 Edition

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10 YEARS AGO — McKenzie’s VFW Post 4939 hosted the VFW National Commander Glen Gardner, who spoke about the importance of the organization.

*Col. James “Jim” Harding of Huntingdon was featured in a major exhibit at the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio, titled “100 Missions Up North.” The exhibit portrayed the stories of brave airmen who flew missions above North Vietnam during the Southeast Asia War.

20 YEARS AGO — Brownstone Manufacturing relocated its operations to the former Gaines Manufacturing building in McKenzie after outgrowing the former H.I.S. building in Trezevant.

*Minor staff and man-hour reductions at Methodist Hospital in McKenzie led to rumors that prompted hospital administrator Richard McCormick to state, “Rural health care is at a crossroads, but closing is not an option.”

50 YEARS AGO — Showing at the Park Theatre: Challenge for Robin Hood; Stagecoach; Yellow Submarine starring The Beatles; and The Ugly Ones starring Richard Wyler.

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