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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 1-4-22

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In this issue

  • McKenzie Chamber of Commerce, Industrial Board Relocate to the Rail Yard Workspace

    Tuesday, January 4

    The McKenzie Chamber of Commerce and Industrial Development Board moved offices from the train depot to the newly developed Rail Yard Workspace in December. Monica Heath, executive director of the McKenzie Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said the decision to relocate was prompted to make downtown management easier.

  • Willis Finalist for NFL Hall of Fame

    Tuesday, January 4

    Bruceton-Hollow Rock native Patrick Willis is a finalist for nomination into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. This is the second year he has been nominated for the honor. Fifteen finalists will be notified sometime in January and will be inducted later in the year.

  • ‘All About You in 2022’ Educational Series to Kickstart January 22

    Tuesday, January 4

    PARIS — Henry County Medical Center is launching its 2022 educational seminars beginning January 22. The “It’s All About You in 2022” educational campaign features a Facebook Live or YouTube video about key health topics with medical professionals designed to help you take charge of your health this year.

  • HCMC Observes Rising COVID Cases

    Tuesday, January 4

    PARIS (December 29) — Henry County Medical Center reported being in a red state of transmission regarding the COVID-19 virus. Areas are labeled red if they have more than a ten percent positive test conversion rate. On December 29, Henry County Medical Center was at 15.38 percent positivity.

  • Record-High Temps End with First Snow of the Year

    Tuesday, January 4

    The new year brought an end to December’s record-high temperatures. 2022 saw its first fall of snow Sunday, January 2.

  • Bethel Hall of Fame Member Dies

    Tuesday, January 4

    BOLIVAR — Bethel Hall of Fame member, Joe Lee Reaves died in November. Reaves was inducted into the University’s Athletics Hall of Fame in 2009. Reaves had his basketball jersey retired in 2014. The framed jersey hangs in the East wing of Crisp Arena.

  • UTM Publishes Chancellor’s Honor Roll

    Tuesday, January 4

    In December, the University of Tennessee at Martin announced its 2021 fall Chancellor’s Honor Roll. To be recognized on the Chancellor’s Honor Roll at UT Martin, a student must take at least 12 credit hours (not including pass-fail courses) and achieve a 3.2 (B) GPA based on a 4.0 scale for the semester.

  • Bethel University Announces Fall Honor Roll, Dean’s List

    Tuesday, January 4

    In December, Bethel University published its fall 2021 Honor Roll and Dean’s List. To qualify for the Honor Roll, undergraduates must have completed twelve or more hours of academic work with an average GPA of 3.7 or above and no grade lower than a “C.” Area students who placed on the Honor Roll include:

  • McKenzie Church of Christ to Host Second Harvest Food Bank

    Tuesday, January 4

    The McKenzie Church of Christ has its Second Harvest Food Bank Mobile Pantry Saturday, January 8.

  • McKenzie Alumnus Participates in Rose Bowl Parade

    Tuesday, January 4

    On New Year’s Day, Annias Haney participated in the 2022 Rose Bowl Parade in Pasadena, California. Haney, the assistant director of Humboldt High School Band, marched as a part of the Gibson County Mass Band representing Tennessee. The Gibson County Mass Band includes students from Humboldt, Peabody, Milan, South Gibson, and Gibson County high school bands.

  • Bruceton Woman Arrested After Mother’s Body Found in Home

    Tuesday, January 4

    BRUCETON — A Bruceton woman was arrested on Christmas Eve after the remains of her mother was found in a home they shared.

  • 2021 Year In Review

    Tuesday, January 4

    February 16 Natural Gas Leak Closes Antique Mall, Neighboring Businesses McKENZIE (February 10) — Businesses were evacuated surrounding the McKenzie Antique Mall on Wednesday, February 10 around 10 a.m. The business managers walked into the mall and smelled the aroma associated with natural gas. The situation caused area businesses to be evacuated in case of an ignition of the gas.

  • McKenzie School Board to Discuss Issuance of Debt for Multi-Purpose Facility at MHS

    Tuesday, January 4

    McKenzie Special School District Board of Education convenes in a special session on Tuesday, January 11, 5:30 p.m. at the central office on Bell Avenue. The purpose of the meeting is to consider a resolution authorizing debt for the construction of a multi-purpose facility.

  • Carroll County Commission to Discuss Rural Solid Waste Problem

    Tuesday, January 4

    HUNTINGDON (January 3) — Carroll County commissioners will discuss the ongoing problem of the collection and disposal of solid waste for its rural residents.

  • Brian Winston Named Carroll Bank and Trust-McKenzie City President

    Tuesday, January 4

    Carroll Bank and Trust announces the promotion of Brian Winston as the new city president of the McKenzie Branch.

  • New Tennessee License Plates Now Available

    Tuesday, January 4

    On Monday, January 3, the new Tennessee standard license plate became available to order online or in-person at the County Clerk’s Office in each county.

  • McKenzie Banner January 4, 2022

    Tuesday, January 4

  • Huntingdon Hosts Point Guard Tournament

    Tuesday, January 4

    Christmas and New Year brings a lot of things including family get-togethers, plenty of gifts and of course plenty of holiday basketball action including the annual Huntingdon Point Guard Christmas Tournament which usually features a number of good Girls and Boys teams.

  • Local Basketball Schedules

    Tuesday, January 4

    January 4 McKenzie vs Gleason 6 p.m. West Carroll @ Frank Hughes 6 p.m.

  • McKenzie Wins in Stewart County Tournament

    Tuesday, January 4

    Both McKenzie teams participated in the Christmas Tournament in Stewart County on Monday December 27 and Tuesday, December 28.

  • Local Players Named To FCA All-State Teams

    Tuesday, January 4

    Several Carroll County football players were named to the 2021 Tennessee Football Coaches Association (FCA) All-State Teams. McKenzie had four players named Class A All-State including Jackson Cassidy, Marquez Taylor, Rashad McCreary and Zach Aird. West Carroll’s Xander Moon and Wyatt Hayes. Other locals named to the team include Peabody’s Khalik Ganaway, Conner Meadows, Jason Baskerville, London Burkett, along with Dresden’s Tatum Oliver.

  • 2021 Sports Year In Review

    Tuesday, January 4

    June 29 Sass, Dixon Take Bronze at Paralympic Selection Event PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis. (June 27) — Paratriathlete Amy Dixon of Encinitas, California, and her guide, Kirsten Sass of McKenzie, claimed the bronze medal Sunday at the Americas Triathlon Para Championships, held as part of the Pleasant Prairie Triathlon hosted by Race Day Events, giving the pair hopes for a spot on the U.S. Paralympic Triathlon Team.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, January 4

    Simple Possession/Casual Exchange — According to a report from Sgt. Cody Coleman, he observed a blue Lincoln car traveling east on Cedar Street near the intersection with Main Street on New Year’s morning. The vehicle did not have any headlights or taillights activated and initiated a traffic stop on Cedar Street.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, January 4

    Mayce Laine Todd, 20 of Lavinia to Shawn Patrick Davis, 25, of Middleburg, Florida.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, January 4

    Multiple Charges — Alexander Ross Dean, 38, of 95 Elaine Street, Atwood, was charged with evading arrest, reckless endangerment (two counts), aggravated criminal trespass, vandalism, possession of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, and reckless driving following a Dec. 24 high-speed pursuit.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, January 4

    Bryan M. and Jessica H. Merrick to Jacob R. and Kaitlyn W. Fussell in District 9.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, January 4

    Multiple Charges — Warrants have been issued against Zachary Jamison (age and address not provided) for DUI (first offense), felony evading, reckless endangerment, drug paraphernalia, driving on a suspended license, speeding, and failure to maintain lane after a Dec. 24 high-speed vehicular pursuit and crash.

  • Carroll County General Sessions Court

    Tuesday, January 4

    HUNTINGDON (December 29-30) — The following cases were heard in the Carroll County General Sessions Court on December 29 and 30.

  • Calendar 1-4-22

    Tuesday, January 4

    Take Off Pounds Meets on Mondays The McKenzie Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) Chapter meets Mondays at McKenzie Church of Christ gymnasium at 4 p.m.  Anyone interested can join. Visitors are welcome. The first meeting is free and membership is $32 per year plus nominal chapter fees, which will increase to $49 per year in January. For more information, contact Linda Lawrence at 731-352-7309, if no answer, leave message.

  • Weekly 150: Gene Hickerson

    Tuesday, January 4

    Once upon a time in the NFL, when face masks were optional and penalties were few and far between, roamed a breed of football player like no other. One of those legendary figures was Cleveland Browns lineman and NFL Hall-of-Famer Gene Hickerson. The story of Gene Hickerson starts in Trenton, Tennessee but transitions to Trezevant in Carroll County.

  • That Was Yesterday and Yesterday’s Gone

    Tuesday, January 4

    Making New Year’s predictions was a lot easier when I was a kid. Hog prices, for instance, only had two ways to go: down or way down. It was near ’bout impossible not to get that one right. Only the brightest optimist or some newbie fresh in from Gary, Indiana, could forecast any other way!