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TCAT McKenzie graduates 33 students

 The Summer 2020 trimester at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology at McKenzie ended differently this year. A virtual graduation ceremony was held to celebrate our graduates.  The virtual graduation was posted...

All Football Games Still on for Friday Night

While the 2020 high school football season has been hit and miss so far with some cancellations and rescheduling due to both the pandemic and the weather, all...

Carroll County Electric Department

Some Carroll County residents currently without access to high-speed internet service should be getting that access in the not-so-distant future. During an Aug. 27 Zoom meeting of the Carroll...

Mask mandate set for students

The South Carroll Board of Education passed a student mask mandate during the Aug. 13 meeting to help slow the spread of COVID-19 among students and staff at Clarksburg School.

Support available for those impacted by COVID 19

The Tennessee Recovery Project Support Line is now offering general support and information on resources and services available to those impacted by COVID 19. • Help could include information...

McKenzie store closes after concerns raised by COVID-infected employee

Exxon Food Shop in McKenzie has closed its doors temporarily after concerns were raised that employees working there had been exposed to the coronavirus. Store manager Tonya Smith spoke...

Webb Alumni Hosting the 50th Year Legacy Drive-By for Souvenir Book Saturday

The Webb Alumni Association will celebrate with a 50-year Legacy Drive-By Parade on Saturday, Sept. 5 between the hours of 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., according to National President Neal D. Williamson.

County budget passes with a property tax rate of $1.0681

“After a difficult year due to COVID-19, we have adopted a budget that is unique to the times we find ourselves in,” said County Mayor Joseph Butler upon passage of the 2020-2021...

Tourism is a boost to local and state economy

The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce joins Gov. Bill Lee and the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development in announcing Tennessee tourism’s latest economic impact numbers as recently released by U.S. Travel Association....

Employee with COVID-19 says customers at risk at McKenzie convenience store

A McKenzie convenience store manager says that she has tested positive for COVID-19, and that her employer is putting the public at risk.
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