From News Director Cheryl Allen
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Special Called Meeting Monday in McKenzie
McKenzie, Tenn - McKenzie Mayor Jill Holland announced on Tuesday that There will be a called McKenzie City Council Meeting on Monday, February 8, 2016, 5:00 p.m. to discuss and approve repairs to the city brush truck. The public is welcomed to attend this meeting and all meetings of the McKenzie Town Council.
Grand Re-Opening of Park Theatre February 12-15 2016
McKenzie, Tenn - The ACT II fundraising committee and the City of McKenzie is pleased to announce the "Grand Re-Opening" of the Park Theatre. February 12-15, 2016 They ask that you Please join them as they salute the 1940's for this Grand Re-opening celebrating 75 years of this McKenzie treasure.
Dep. Verner asked the driver, Adrian Tyman Moore of Lexington Street in Huntingdon for consent to search the vehicle and according to the report, Moore stated yes. The report noted that Moore gave Dep. Verner a small bag of marijuana from the center console under the radio in the dash.
Dep. Verner at that point searched the vehicle and found loose tobacco in the car where it was taken from a cigar. Adrian Moore was charged with drug/narcotic violation.
City of McKenzie Announces Chocolate Tour
McKenzie, Tenn - The City of McKenzie will be holding their chocolate tour on February 13 from 2-4 p.m. in downtown McKenzie. Look for the “I love Chocolate” signs for one of the 14 participating businesses. Tickets
STUDENTS CAN STILL IMPROVE READING ABILITIES WITH SECOND ROUND OF READING CLINIC SESSIONS
Martin, Tenn. – The ability to read well is a cornerstone of lifelong learning. The University of Tennessee at Martin Reading Center offers personalized reading clinic sessions for students in grades 2-12 who have difficulty reading or are falling behind grade level reading standards.
There are still two sessions open this spring: Feb. 18 – March 23 and March 24 – April 27. Each session will meet twice per week for one hour each on either a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday schedule. The registration cost is $100 per session (not per meeting), plus $25 for a required workbook.
Students are individually tested to determine specific needs in phonics and reading comprehension before being placed into a course of study designed to fill gaps in their skills and strategies. All lessons are taught by experienced reading professionals from the UT Martin Reading Center.
Contact the UT Martin Office of Extended Campus and Online Studies at 731-881-7082 to schedule a testing appointment.
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