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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 10-12-21

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  • Barbara Wood

    5 days ago

    McKENZIE — Funeral Services for Barbara Jean Wood are 3 p.m., Saturday, October 16, 2021 at Brummitt McKenzie Funeral Home. The family will receive friends on Saturday at 11:30 a.m. until service time. Interment will follow at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Brother Kenny Carr is the officiant and pallbearers to serve are Tim Culpepper, Barry Summers, Joe David Rich, Ricky Price, Tim Waldrup and Greg Barker.

  • Rev. Dr. Clinton Owen Buck

    5 days ago

    Rev. Dr. Clinton Owen Buck, 89, died October 9, 2021. He was born July 4, 1932, the sixth and youngest child of Rev. J.T. and Verner Giles Buck.

  • Margaret Dietz

    5 days ago

    McKENZIE — Mrs. Margaret Ann Dietz, 94, died September 30, 2021 at Morning Side of Paris.

  • McKenzie Elementary School Learns About Fire Prevention

    5 days ago

    McKENZIE (October 8) — McKenzie Fire and Rescue visited McKenzie Elementary School to provide a demonstration in fire prevention in honor of Fire Prevention week.

  • Dr. Will Merrick Joins Hometown Health Clinic

    5 days ago

    McKENZIE — Will Merrick, M.D. began his medical practice on October 1, 2021 at Hometown Health Clinic and is based in McKenzie. Merrick, the son of Dr. Bryan and Betty Merrick, will work as a family practice physician with Hometown Health and its six satellite clinics in Dresden, Gleason, McKenzie, Huntingdon, Bruceton, and Camden.

  • Carroll County Had the Most ER Visits in its History in August

    5 days ago

    COVID-19 hit West Tennessee communities hard with hospitals and staff members being pushed to their limits. Even so, Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union City and Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County leaders worked together to support staff and provide top-quality care for patients during this difficult time.

  • Students, Parents Walk On Walk to School Day

    5 days ago

    McKenzie Elementary School hosted its annual Walk to School Day on October 6. A total of 257 students and 133 parents participated. They either walked from home or parked within blocks of the school and walked the remainder of the way.

  • McKenzie Elementary Fall Fest King, Queen Candidates

    5 days ago

    The annual McKenzie Elementary Fall Fest King and Queen candidates are listed below. Each of the students are raising money for their school in hopes to become the MES Fall Fest King or Queen. The student who raises the most money earns the designation.

  • Derek Carr Inducted in UTM Hall of Fame

    5 days ago

    MARTIN (October 9) — Saturday evening, McKenzie Rebel alumnus Derek Carr was inducted in the 2021 Athletic Hall of Fame Class at the University of Tennessee at Martin. Carr was the starting quarterback for the Rebels in 2006 and 2007 and helped lead the Rebels to the State Championship Game in 2007. During his two years as starter, Carr threw for 4572 yards and 45 touchdowns.

  • McKenzie School Board Hears of Upgrades

    5 days ago

    The McKenzie School Board met for their October session last Tuesday, October 5 at the McKenzie Middle School Library.

  • Budget Committee Discusses Election Equipment, Sports Gaming Revenues

    5 days ago

    HUNTINGDON (October 8) — The Carroll County Budget Committee reviewed pricing quotes for new election equipment and new revenues from the state’s new Sports Gaming Act.

  • AAA: State Gas Price Average Jumps to $3 Per Gallon

    5 days ago

    NASHVILLE (October 11) — For the first time since October 2014 the Tennessee gas price average rose above $3.00 per gallon. Over last week, Tennessee gas prices jumped nearly 12 cents to the most expensive gas price average so far this year. The Tennessee Gas Price average is now $3.01 which is nearly 12 cents more expensive than one month ago and $1.07 more than one year ago. 

  • McKenzie City Tax Notices in the Mail

    5 days ago

    Owners of property, located in the City of McKenzie, received their annual property tax notices last week. Some property owners received two notices for each property, however, only one of the notices must be paid.

  • Tennessee Will Have New License Plates in 2022

    5 days ago

    Tennessee Governor Bill Lee unveiled the state’s next standard license plate chosen by Tennesseans through a statewide vote.

  • Wendy’s Employee Charged After Pouring Hot Grease on Customer

    5 days ago

    HUNTINGDON (October 5) — An employee at the Wendy’s in Huntingdon was arrested Tuesday night after he reportedly poured hot grease on a customer who complained his food was cold.

  • Governor Lee Calls for Review of State Education Funding Formula

    5 days ago

    NASHVILLE (October 8) — Governor Bill Lee and Commissioner of Education Penny Schwinn invited Tennesseans to participate in the full review of the state’s education funding formula and explore possibilities for a more student-centered approach.

  • Local Calls Will Require 10-digit Dialing On October 24

    5 days ago

    Phone customers in the ‘731’ area code must soon dial all 10 digits of a phone number to make a local phone call. On October 24, 2021, there are 82 area codes (including ‘731’) in 35 states and one U.S. territory that currently use “988” as their local exchange and allow seven-digit dialing. A local exchange, also known as a central office code, is the first three numbers of a seven-digit telephone number. To prepare for implementation of a quick way to dial the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – using only “988” to connect callers to the Lifeline – these area codes must transition to ten-digit dialing for all calls, including local calls.

  • West Carroll Jr., Sr. High School Responds to Shooting Threat Rumor

    5 days ago

    West Carroll Jr./Sr. High School responded to rumored threats of violence with an increased law enforcement presence Wednesday morning, October 6.

  • McKenzie 8-0 With Win Over Gleason

    Tuesday, October 12

    GLEASON (October 8) — McKenzie’s Rebels moved to 8-0 with a 57-16 win over neighboring Gleason in a Region 6 contest. The two teams have not faced each other in football in a number of years. Despite a good early effort from the Bulldogs, they were no match for the Rebels ability to put up a lot of numbers in a hurry.

  • Huntingdon Downed by Westview

    Tuesday, October 12

    MARTIN (October 8) — Coming into Friday night’s game, the Huntingdon Mustangs knew they had a fight on their hands as they battled the Westview Chargers. Despite a back-and-forth opening half, the Mustangs were unable to hang on as they tacked on the second loss of the season, dropping 49-30 to Martin Westview.

  • Bethel’s McCormick Wins College Classic

    Tuesday, October 12

    WETUMPKA, Alabama — Bethel’s Tristan McCormick defeated Auburn’s Tucker Smith Monday to capture the  2021 Bassmasters College Bracket Classic. The event was held on the Coosa River in Wetumpka, Alabama. 

  • McKenzie Middle Loses Finale

    Tuesday, October 12

    The MMS Rebels finished their season with a 40-22 loss at Dresden last Thursday night. Dresden scored a pair of touchdowns in the first quarter and completed both two point conversions to take a 16-0 lead by the end of the quarter. The Lions scored two more touchdowns in the second quarter and added two more two-point conversions.

  • Cats Upset Georgetown College

    Tuesday, October 12

    McKENZIE (October 9) — The Bethel Wildcats outlasted the Georgetown Tigers Saturday afternoon in Wildcat Stadium in McKenzie. With the thriller going down to the wire, the Cats eked out a 25-24 victory over the visitors from the Commonwealth.  

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, October 12

    HUNTINGDON — Only one case was heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court last week resulting in a guilty verdict rendered for Trey Mitchell.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, October 12

    Carroll County Real Estate Investors, LLC to 14510 Highway 79, LLC in District 22.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, October 12

    • Lindsay Leigh Allgood, 42, of Bruceton to Nelson Manuel Santiago, 50, of Bruceton.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, October 12

    Domestic Assault — Rebecca Jean Evans, 45, of 2225 State Route 77, Atwood, was charged with domestic assault following an Oct. 1 incident at her residence.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, October 12

    Criminal Trespass — Trey D. Mitchell, 28, of Camden was charged with criminal trespassing on Oct. 4 in Huntingdon.

  • Lady Rebels Soccer Finishes Season

    Tuesday, October 12

    The Lady Rebel Soccer team finished their regular season with a 2-0 win over Gibson County last Monday, October 4.

  • Calendar 10-12-21

    Tuesday, October 12

    McKenzie Christmas Open House, Wreath Competition The McKenzie Christmas Open House is Friday, November 12 through Sunday, November 14. More details to come at a later date. There will be a wreath competition. Everyone is invited to create a door wreath that shows something about what their individual business is all about. The winner will receive $100. All wreaths must be up by Thursday, November 11. For more information, call 731-352-2292.

  • Weekly 150: It’s Hard to Say Goodbye to Richardson Subdivision

    Tuesday, October 12

    As many of our readers know, it has been a very busy couple of months for the family. We said good-bye to the Washburn family matriarch, Brittany and I purchased a new home (still living out of cardboard boxes), I stepped down from the McKenzie City Council and then last week I turn 40. So this morning, between my morning cup of coffee and the daily battle of dressing two toddlers I was reflecting on 38 years of living in McKenzie, most of which was lived in the Richardson subdivision.

  • A Little ‘Green Tomato Sandwich’ Philosophy

    Tuesday, October 12

    It seems that America is about to run out of money. Again! I know what you are thinking... How can that be? What are they doing with the billions and billions we send in every week in income, luxury, estate, sin, gift, corporate, property, fuel, capital gains, pay roll deductions and various and sundry other taxes, including tariffs. And don’t forget the penalties and interest they collect if you are 10 minutes late...

  • RamJack

    Tuesday, October 12

  • Stafford Real Estate

    Monday, October 11

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