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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 2-1-22

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  • Russell Cellular Hosts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    Tuesday, February 1

    McKENZIE (January 28) — Russell Cellular of McKenzie held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new location in McKenzie. The store opened September 3, 2021 in the former ACS location at 15020 Highland Drive.

  • Congressman Kustoff Announces February Mobile Office Hours

    Tuesday, February 1

    WASHINGTON, DC— Congressman David Kustoff (TN-08), announced mobile office hours for the month of February, 2022. Mobile office hours will be held on Tuesday, February 1, and Thursday, February 3. A representative of the Congressman will attend the meeting, not the Congressman.

  • HMS Principal’s Honor Roll, A,B Honor Roll

    Tuesday, February 1

    HMS is proud to announce the students who made Honor Roll the 2nd quarter of school. Principal’s Honor Roll includes students who made all A’s and Honor Roll includes students who made all A’s and B’s.

  • Norman Crowned West Carroll Homecoming Queen

    Tuesday, February 1

    Senior Erin Norman was crowned 2022 Homecoming queen during pregame ceremonies Friday Night, January 28. Erin plays for the Lady Eagle Basketball team and recently signed a scholarship to Freed Hardeman. She is the daughter of Erica Norman and Shauntes Norman and was escorted by Joshua Clark and Riley Duncan. Clark is the son of Patrick Clark and Daliah Clark while Duncan is the son of Rhonda Cain and David Duncan.

  • Gleason’s 1992 Lady Bulldogs Honored on 30-Year Anniversary

    Tuesday, February 1

    GLEASON (January 28) — The 1992 State Champion Gleason Lady Bulldogs were honored for their 30th year since the ladies brought the first title to the county. The trophy gold ball was rolled to mid-court as Coach Randy Frazier, players, managers, and cheerleaders recalled their 33-3 season and the state Class 1A championship.

  • HCMC Marketing Wins Four Digital Marketing Awards

    Tuesday, February 1

    PARIS — Henry County Medical Center’s Public Relations/Marketing Department recently collected four more awards for its digital marketing efforts in 2021.

  • West Carroll, Weakley County Among Five Districts to Receive No Kid Hungry Grant

    Tuesday, February 1

    West Carroll Special School District and Weakley County Schools received a grant to continue feeding students during a pandemic. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many families in communities today face increased hardship. Hunger and poverty, already at unacceptable levels, are affecting children at an alarming rate, and the hunger that kids face today has the power to impact the rest of their lives.

  • Huntingdon HOSA Competes in Region

    Tuesday, February 1

    Huntingdon High School - HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) Regional competition was held December 7-10, 2021.

  • Marquez Taylor Picks School Choices

    Tuesday, February 1

    McKenzie’s Marquez Taylor finished his junior season with 1,676 yards rushing on 193 carries for 33 touchdowns while making 24 catches for 411 yards and six more touchdowns. He was a first team All-West Tennessee selection and a finalist for the Class A Mr. Football Award.

  • Rotary Inducts Seven New Members

    Tuesday, February 1

    McKENZIE (January 25) — Rotary Club of McKenzie welcomed District Governor Dr. Michael Babb of Nashville to its January 25 meeting at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. During the meeting, Dr. Babb inducted seven new members to the service club, presented one Paul Harris Fellowship and awarded a district award to Ed Perkins.

  • County Watershed Authority Discusses Campground Fees

    Tuesday, February 1

    HUNTINGDON — The fees for overnight camping at the recreational vehicle (RV) Park at the Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreation Lake were discussed during the monthly meeting of the Carroll County Watershed Authority.

  • Henry County Sheriff Investigating Three Fires

    Tuesday, February 1

    HENRY COUNTY (January 31) — The Henry County Sheriff’s Department and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation along with the Tennessee Agriculture Crime agents are investigating three suspicious fires.

  • Unemployment Increases Slightly in Tri-Counties

    Tuesday, February 1

    NASHVILLE — After recording the lowest unemployment rate in November 2021 in at least the past 12 years, the rate of unemployment ticked up slightly in December, 2021 in Carroll County, according to the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

  • Election Deadline Approaches for Local Candidates

    Tuesday, February 1

    HUNTINGDON (Updated January 31) — The February 17 noon deadline is quickly approaching for the 2022 elections for state, federal, county and school board candidates.

  • Carroll County Receives Fire Protection Grant

    Tuesday, February 1

    NASHVILLE — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe recently approved $28.5 million in Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), which will assist communities with infrastructure improvements, housing rehabilitations and health and safety initiatives.

  • Huntingdon Receives $950K Grant

    Tuesday, February 1

    HUNTINGDON (January 27) — Huntingdon’s Town Council met in called session Thursday morning, January 27 with Mayor Dale Kelley being absent due to illness. Vice-Mayor Nina Smothers chaired the short session that included acting on two items.

  • Bethel University Nursing Program Graduates Achieve Perfect Score on Licensure Exam

    Tuesday, February 1

    McKENZIE (January 19) — Bethel University’s 2021 nursing program graduates achieved a 100% pass rate on the NCLEX licensing exam, the university announced Friday.

  • Solar Farm Headed to Trezevant

    Tuesday, February 1

    HUNTINGDON (January 27) — An 118-acre solar farm is headed to Trezevant, according to information coming from the meeting of the Board of Directors of the Carroll County Electrical Department. Silicon Ranch of Nashville has proposed to install the solar array near the CCED’s power substation on Power Station Road in Trezevant.

  • McKenzie Banner February 1, 2022

    Tuesday, February 1

  • McKenzie Splits with Milan

    Tuesday, February 1

    McKenzie traveled to Milan for a non-district contest on Tuesday, January 25 splitting games with the Lady Bulldogs and Bulldogs.

  • Huntingdon Swept by Westview

    Tuesday, February 1

    Huntingdon’s Fillies and Mustangs played host to Martin Westview in district action Tuesday, January 25 coming up short in both contests.

  • West Carroll Sweeps Frank Hughes

    Tuesday, February 1

    West Carroll celebrated Homecoming festivities Friday night, January 28, prior to their games against Frank Hughes and then got back to basketball with both teams winning their games.

  • Weekly 150: The Carroll County Neighbors, Part IV

    Tuesday, February 1

    RosserThe Rosser community grew where the railroad crossed the main highway east of Huntingdon. The official name was Post, but it has always been called Rosser. According to legend, it was called …

  • The Plot Thickens...And Multiplies!

    Tuesday, February 1

    You may remember back several months ago I told you how my wife willingly and unlawfully stole a cat from our sweet and unsuspecting next door neighbors. I am here today to tell you in no uncertain terms that CRIME DOES NOT PAY!

  • Calendar 2-1-22

    Tuesday, February 1

    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. 

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, February 1

    Multiple Charges — Derek Tyler Grooms, 28, of 28180 Broad Street, Hollow Rock, was arrested on multiple charges during a Jan. 21 incident at his residence.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, February 1

    Tiffany Lynn Mulliniks, 31, of Bruceton to Eric Shane Inman, 41, of Bradford.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, February 1

    License Violation — Michael Wayne Shackleford, 26, of Hollow Rock was cited for driving while revoked (second offense) during a Jan. 24 traffic stop on West Main Street.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, February 1

    Theft/Simple Possession — McKenzie Police were dispatched to the corner of Cherry Avenue and Laurel Street in regards to a vehicle playing excessively loud music. They found no driver in the car but did find the owner in a nearby apartment taking a shower according to a female who spoke to the officers. She came out to turn the car off and once the door was opened, the officers could smell a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, February 1

    HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on January 26.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, February 1

    Zachary Devan Berogan to Robert Hughes in District 6.