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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 11-2-21

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In this issue

  • Honorees for Two Years Recognized at 38th Annual Chamber Banquet

    Tuesday, November 2

    HUNTINGDON (October 25) — Carroll County Chamber of Commerce’s 38th annual Membership Banquet was held at the Carroll County Civic Center on October 25. Two years of honorees were recognized because the 2020 event was canceled because of the COVID pandemic.

  • County to Celebrate 200 Years With Music, Food, Fireworks

    Tuesday, November 2

    HUNTINGDON — Carroll County, Tennessee is 200 years old on November 7, 2021. An afternoon and evening of faith, food, music and fireworks will commemorate the founding of the county. The event is free and at the Carroll County Civic Center. The doors open at 4 p.m. and the event begins at 5 p.m. Admission is free of charge.

  • McKenzie, Huntingdon, West Carroll, Gleason In State Playoffs

    Tuesday, November 2

    Several area high school football teams are headed to the first round of the TSSAA play-offs next Friday night.

  • Huntingdon Adds $480K to Budget To Aid Watershed

    Tuesday, November 2

    The Huntingdon Town Council approved the second reading of an ordinance to increase the budget for Economic Development Activities by $480,000 to assist the Carroll County Watershed Authority with the operations of the Carroll County 1,000 Acre Recreation Lake during a short meeting on October 26. The funds will increase the town’s total operating expenses to slightly over $5.5 million dollars.

  • Unemployment Continues to Fall

    Tuesday, November 2

    Unemployment continues to fall in the tri-counties and throughout Tennessee for the month of September.

  • Sweet Jordan’s to Expand to McKenzie in 2022

    Tuesday, November 2

    McKENZIE (November 1) — Sweet Jordan’s Coffee Co. announced it will add a second location in McKenzie, expanding from its Paris location. The move will occur in early 2022 in the vacant 2,500 square-foot facility at 15172 Highland Drive, Suite 1.

  • McKenzie Elementary School Costume Winners

    Tuesday, November 2

    As part of the annual Fall Festival at McKenzie Elementary School, a costume contest was held for grade levels and families.

  • Army Band to Perform at The Dixie on November 9

    Tuesday, November 2

    The Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center is hosting the 129th Army Band for a free concert as part of The Dixie’s Community Series. The historic band will perform Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 7 p.m., entertaining the audience with popular tunes from a variety of genres.

  • Christmas with Renaissance Begins December 3

    Tuesday, November 2

    Bethel University invites you to Christmas with Renaissance, an annual celebration that takes audiences on an awe-inspiring journey, while showcasing all aspects of the Renaissance Performing Arts Program.

  • Huntingdon American Legion to Honor Veterans

    Tuesday, November 2

    A Support Our Veterans Night is Tuesday, November 9 at the Carroll County Civic Center sponsored by American Legion Post 47.

  • Electric Department Purchases Vehicles

    Tuesday, November 2

    HUNTINGDON (October 28) — Three new trucks were ordered for use by the Carroll County Electric Department following the October 28 Board of Directors meeting.

  • McKenzie Banner November 2, 2021

    Tuesday, November 2

  • Notice to Creditors - BIRMINGHAM

    Tuesday, November 2

  • McKenzie City Council Meeting

    Tuesday, November 2

  • I Think It’s Eleven

    Tuesday, November 2

    Our 2021 MHS Rebels played ten games on the field and a Bruceton forfeit. Shoot! I’m calling that eleven wins and zero losses. At any rate, it’s an undefeated regular season. Those are so hard to come by for most folks.

  • McKenzie Defeats McEwen Finishes Regular Season 10-0

    Tuesday, November 2

    It has been 20 years since McKenzie ran the table on the regular season. It was 2001 and the Rebels were competing in Class AA. They went undefeated in the regular season and didn’t lose until the semi-finals of the state playoffs against Martin Westview.

  • Seniors Honored on Senior Night

    Tuesday, November 2

    Friday night, October 29 was not only the last home game of the regular season but also Senior Night as six senior football players, a senior football manager, and nine senior band members were honored along with their parents prior to the game against McEwen.

  • Huntingdon Finishes Strong with Union City Win

    Tuesday, November 2

    HUNTINGDON (October 29) — The Huntingdon Mustangs had a big win Friday night defeating the Union City Golden Tornadoes 48-14. The Mustangs and Tornadoes played for second place in Region 7-2A and the opportunity to host the first round of the TSSAA Playoffs.

  • Huntingdon Sweeps McKenzie

    Tuesday, November 2

    The MMS Lady Rebels and Rebels traveled to Huntingdon last Thursday, October 28 for their second contest against a county opponent.

  • Lady Rebels, Rebels Split with Gleason

    Tuesday, November 2

    McKenzie Middle School opened their basketball season on October 19 at Dresden winning both games. The Lady Rebels won 26-15 while the Rebels won 46-35. They remained on the road for their second game at Bruceton on October 25 splitting the games with the Lady Rebels winning 34-15 and the Rebels losing 49-29. They played their first home game on October 26 hosting Gleason splitting the two games.

  • Ticket Prices Set For TSSAA Playoffs

    Tuesday, November 2

    The TSSAA has announced that ticket prices have been set for the 2021 Tennessee Football Playoffs.

  • West Carroll Ends Regular Season with Loss to Peabody

    Tuesday, November 2

    A win would have given West Carroll the Region 7-1A title, but things didn’t go the way of the War Eagles.

  • Middle School Football All-Star is November 6

    Tuesday, November 2

    The annual Centennial Bank Middle School Football All-Star Game Saturday, November 6 at West Carroll High School in Atwood.

  • Property Transfers 11-2-21

    Tuesday, November 2

    Stephen L. Hughes to Centennial Bank.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, November 2

    Kayla Catherine Peck, 25, of Trezevant to Chris Lewis Price, 32, of Trezevant.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, November 2

    Theft and Domestic Assault — According to a report filed by Officer Jeremiah Brooks, he was dispatched to a Hwy 79 location on Wednesday afternoon, October 26, in reference to a vehicle theft and domestic assault. When Brooks arrived, the victim was not able to give a statement due to the stressfulness of the situation and was transported by ambulance to Baptist Hospital in Huntingdon for precautionary reasons.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, November 2

    HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on October 27 and 28.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, November 2

    Credit Card Fraud — Deputies are investigating the recent theft and fraudulent use of a credit card.

  • Calendar 11-2-21

    Tuesday, November 2

    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: Celebrating 200 Years

    Tuesday, November 2

    In honor of Carroll County’s Bicentennial, it is only proper for me to dedicate a little time honoring the county and some of its history. The next four weeks or more of the Weekly 150 are dedicated to Carroll County and some of its more interesting stories and individuals.

  • I Survived…But Just Barely!

    Tuesday, November 2

    Mercy sakes alive! Am I glad Halloween is over! All that stuff about ghouls, goblins, gremlins and such lurking about in the fog and mist, searching for whom they might devour, scares me. More than just a little…