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Carroll County Fair gets underway Monday

Carroll County Fair gets underway Monday

The opening of the Carroll County Fair is just around the corner. In fact, it gets in full swing next week, Sept. 17-22.  However, there will be two beauty...
County Fair’s Grand Champion Cake baked by Joy Hampton

County Fair’s Grand Champion Cake baked by Joy Hampton

For the second consecutive year, Joy Hampton of Hollow Rock has baked the grand champion cake and it’s been the same kind, a Hawaiian Sunset Cake. The three-layer orange...
Fred’s in Huntingdon on closing list

Fred’s in Huntingdon on closing list

Huntingdon’s Fred store is among the 104 discount chain stores that are closing in 13 states. This is the second round of store closings. Assistant manager Amanda Lykins, who...
76 students take part in Carroll County Mini Olympics

76 students take part in Carroll County Mini Olympics

All Carroll County school districts participated in the 2019 Mini Olympics for expectational students on April 26 at Huntingdon High School football field.  Seventy-six participants enjoyed games such as softball toss, relay races,...
Brenda Walker honored for 50 years at Co-op

Brenda Walker honored for 50 years at Co-op

It was on March 12, 1969 that Brenda Walker spent her first day working at Carroll Farmers Co-op. Fifty years to the day, her service to the company was celebrated with fanfare,...
Motions denied in Atwood animal abuse case

Motions denied in Atwood animal abuse case

Numerous motions were submitted and denied and a trial date was set in the case of a man and woman indicted on over 150 counts related to animal abuse and neglect during...

Former Atwood couple gets jail time

ronPARK Staff Writer The two former Atwood residents indicted last year on over 150 counts related to animal abuse and cruelty were sentenced Monday morning in Carroll County Circuit Court. Circuit Court Judge Donald Parish accepted guilty...

United Way invests in Carroll, Henry County agencies

United Way of West Tennessee spends most of the year in fundraising campaigns that support programs run by their partner agencies. But, summer brings a lot of excitement for United Way as their Community...

Cedar Grove man receives 18-year sentence for vehicular homicide

A Cedar Grove man was sentenced to 18 years in prison on Monday for the 2016 traffic death of a Gibson County man. Robert Hicks, 54, received the sentence from Circuit Court Judge Donald Parish...

McKenzie man sentenced to life in federal prison for meth

Marlon "Jazz" Taylor, 34, has been sentenced to life in prison on federal charges of conspiracy to distribute 50 grams or more of actual methamphetamine, according to U.S. Attorney D. Michael Dunavant.
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