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HUNTINGDON  (December 6, 2023) – A proactive joint investigation by special agents with the Drug Investigation Division of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Huntingdon Police … more
MARTIN, TENN.  – When Dr. Lynn Alexander retired from the University of Tennessee at Martin in June, “slowing down” was not on the itinerary. Instead, she’s filled her … more
NASHVILLE — State Rep. Tandy Darby, R-Greenfield, today announced a $14,700 grant to the Carroll County Historical Society and the Governor Gordon Browning Museum in McKenzie. more
December 7, 2023, 6:30 p.m., West Carroll Jr/Sr High School Cafeteria. more
HUNTINGDON (November 28) — In a short meeting of the Huntingdon Mayor and Town Council, the board voted to declare city-owned used pickup trucks as surplus property and also adjust a customer’s water bill. more
McKENZIE (December 2) — McKenzie’s annual parade brought a strong crowd of people to the downtown area. more
HUNTINGDON — The Town of Huntingdon is hosting its annual Main Street Christmas on Saturday, December 9. more
McKENZIE (November 28) — Ford’s Blue Oval -SK Battery project in the west Tennessee community of Stanton will be operational in 2025 and employing thousands of workers throughout the region. It is slated to assemble 500,000 electric trucks annually. While the main assembly plant is in Stanton, thousands of jobs will be scattered in communities throughout of west Tennessee. more
HENRY COUNTY — On December 2 Deputy Chad Andrews was responding to a call of a possible home invasion in Henry County. While responding to the call Deputy Andrews did travel off the highway in a curve on Highway 140 South. more
CHATTANOOGA (December 1) — On Friday afternoon, the McKenzie Rebels made their fourth appearance in the BlueCross Bowl. After claiming the championship in 2022, the Rebels fell short 14-7 to the South Pittsburg Pirates on Friday after a hard fought game that was scoreless until the third quarter when a Jake Cassidy touchdown put the Rebels on the board. This was the third meeting of the two programs all of which have gone in favor of the Pirates. more
McKENZIE (December 2) — December 2, 2023 was a big day of honor for Dr. Walter Butler, president of Bethel University. more
McKENZIE — The aggravated robbery of Jack Martin Jewelry in downtown McKenzie on November 28 left the elderly store owner with injuries and the loss of $10,000 in cash and a necklace that was worn around the shop owner’s neck. more
I always think about Chandler King on December 7. He is the only person I have ever actually known who was at Pearl Harbor on that fateful day in 1941. Of course, he never said a word about it to me. more
In the mid-20th century, the American hospitality landscape underwent a transformation, thanks to the visionary entrepreneur Kemmons Wilson. His pioneering spirit and commitment to excellence culminated in the creation of Holiday Inn, a brand that would redefine the standards of the hotel industry and helped create jobs throughout the south including McKenzie. more
Sitting in the media workroom Friday afternoon, I witnessed Alcoa win its ninth consecutive TSSAA Football Championship with twenty-two overall championships. Instantly, I hear chatter about how they should move up to 4A or even 5A. Then after McKenzie was defeated, I walked back into the media workroom feeling rather dejected. After a few minutes, I was thinking about how it would be nice not to have to play South Pittsburg ever again because they need to be playing in 2A or 3A. After all, it’s just not fair. more
McKENZIE — McKenzie Industrial Board and the McKenzie Chamber of Commerce, along with participating manufacturers in McKenzie, celebrated Manufacturing Week on October 6-13. more
December 5, 5:30 p.m. TENTATIVE AGENDA: 1. Prayer and Pledge to the Flag 2. Adoption of Agenda: A. Consent Agenda B. Regular Agenda more
McKENZIE (November 27) — For the third consecutive year, the McKenzie High School Rebels football team is headed back to Chattanooga to the Division I Class 1A State Championship. This year, the team is defending their title against the South Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday, December 1, at 3 p.m. EST (2 p.m. CST) at Finley Stadium. more
McKENZIE — A steel walking bridge is now suspended over a small creek adjacent to Power Supply/McKenzie Feed and Grain and is expected to open by Christmas. Martin Paving Company and Crane Services Inc. installed the structure last week. more
NASHVILLE — Unemployment numbers are little changed in the tri-county area of Carroll, Henry and Weakley counties for the month of October 2023. more
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