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Countian graduates from Georgia College

Adrienne Cloud from Huntingdon graduated from Georgia College in August 2020 with a(n) Curriculum and Instruction degree. Georgia College, the state's designated public liberal arts university, combines the educational...

Steven Sloan graduates from law enforcement academy

   Steven Sloan of McKenzie is among the 49 students who have graduated as part of Class 116 of the Walters State Basic Law Enforcement Academy. Based at the...

Huntingdon School Board has two new board members

Two new Huntingdon Special School District board members were welcomed during the Aug. 20 board meeting that was moved from its usual Central Office site to the middle school cafetorium to allow...

WCES Beta members place in national competition

During the past few months, National Beta members from West Carroll Elementary School have been working hard to submit their entries for the National Beta Virtual Convention. In late July, they were...

Countians receive UTM awards

Two Carroll County students received awards from the University of Tennessee at Martin College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences in recognition of departmental achievements during the 2019-20 academic year.

AmeriCorps student assist NRCS

  The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) has recently welcomed Emily Hudgins, an AmeriCorps Student worker, to assist them in Carroll County. Emily is originally from Paris and will...

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Hollow Rock-Bruceton Board of Education chairman Brad Hurley (left) presents outgoing board member Joe Robinson (right) with a plaque from the board during the Aug. 10 school board meeting. Robinson was honored...

Some local schools backing off in-person classes

Concerns over a spike in local COVID-19 cases and rising numbers of students and staff having to quarantine themselves at home has prompted some school districts in the county to pull back...

McKenzie schools pull back from in-person classes amid rising COVID-19 cases

Rising numbers of active COVID-19 cases here in Carroll County has prompted school administrators with the McKenzie Special School District to halt in-person student attendance until the end of this month.

Bethel University receives approval as a Continued Education Preparation Provider

On July 24, Bethel University, along with several other schools, received recommended approval from the State Board of Education (SBE) and the Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE) as an approved Education Preparation...
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