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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 2-15-22

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  • MTD is Now Black and Decker

    Tuesday, February 15

    MTD, with operations in Martin and McKenzie, is now Stanley Black and Decker. Black and Decker completed the acquisition of MTD Holdings and Excel Industries, creating a global leader in outdoor products.

  • Macedonia FCE Club News

    Tuesday, February 15

    The Macedonia FCE Club met Wednesday, February 2 at the home of Martha Peters. Sarah Brown had the devotional, titled “Responding Before Calling”.

  • HCMC Home Health, Hospice Named Top 25 National Best Practice Agency

    Tuesday, February 15

    PARIS — Based on overall survey results for the year 2020, Henry County Medical Center Home Health and Hospice’s Hospice Department was named a National Best Practice Agency by Fazzi Associates. The 2021 Award of Distinction was presented to the agency for demonstrating superior performance in patient satisfaction.

  • Basketball District Tournaments This Week

    Tuesday, February 15

    District basketball tournaments are underway this week for all area schools.

  • West Carroll School Board Honors Beta Winners

    Tuesday, February 15

    Several West Carroll Beta Club students were honored at the monthly School Board meeting held Tuesday night, February 8. Beta Club Sponsor Brittany Fowler informed the board and audience what the students had done and introduced them. Students from the Senior High Beta Club, Jr. High Beta Club and Elementary Beta Club had recently competed at the state level with several winning championships and others placing in the top five.

  • Bethel Adds Sports Administration to MBA Portfolio

    Tuesday, February 15

    Bethel University announces the addition of a Sports Administration Master of Business Administration (MBA) to its robust portfolio of online, post-baccalaureate offerings.

  • Inglenook Book Club February Meeting

    Tuesday, February 15

    McKENZIE — The Inglenook Book Club met in February at the Farmer’s Market. Members wore masks at their own discretion. Our hostesses were Victoria Ard and Carolyn Potts, who decorated the tables in Valentine splendor, and served delicious homemade Valentine cakes prepared by Victoria, along with snack mix and beverages.

  • Three MHS Students Participate in STEM Program

    Tuesday, February 15

    McKenzie High School congratulates Kristen Rimmer, Rachel Essary and Emma Smith for being selected to attend the Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) Inspire Program sponsored by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce.

  • 2021 Year In Review

    Tuesday, February 15

    April 27 Huntingdon Grad in NFL Draft This Week Sadarius Hutcherson of Huntingdon is expected to be picked in the sixth or seventh round of the NFL Draft, according to nfl.com. NFL Draft Scout predicts Hutcherson will be drafted as high as the third round. The Draft begins April 29.

  • McKenzie to Rezone Former Hospital Property

    Tuesday, February 15

    McKENZIE (February 10) — The McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council met Thursday evening to discuss three ordinances. The first was Ordinance 542: Amending Zoning Map. This would amend the official zoning map of McKenzie by rezoning tax parcels 40.03, 40.05, and 88.02, Carroll County Tax Map 011 located on Hospital Drive from H-M (Hospital-Medical) to M-1 (Light Industrial). Tax parcel 88.00 (Portion), Carroll County Tax Map 011 will be rezoned from P-B (Planned -Business) to R-1 (Low-Density Residential), while tax parcels 88.00 (Portion), 88.23, and 88.24 are to be rezoned from P-13 (Planned Business) to B-2 (Highway Business).

  • Senator Stevens Said State in Great Financial Position

    Tuesday, February 15

    HUNTINGDON — State Senator John Stevens said its a good time to live in Tennessee and Carroll County. Speaking to a forum hosted by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce on Friday, February 11 at the Carroll County Civic Center.

  • Candidates Continue To Qualify For Office

    Tuesday, February 15

    HUNTINGDON (Updated February 11) — The February 17 noon deadline is quickly approaching for the 2022 elections for state, federal, county and school board candidates.

  • Atwood Woman Found After Ground, Air Search

    Tuesday, February 15

    ATWOOD (February 14) — A 72-year old Atwood woman is safe at home after being located in a creek by rescuers on Sunday around 3:30 a.m.

  • Local Players Named Class A Miss Basketball Finalists

    Tuesday, February 15

    Two local players have been named finalists for TSSAA Class A’s Miss Basketball award. McKenzie sophomore Savannah Davis and Gleason senior Alayna Anderson were named as two of the three finalists for Class A’s Miss Basketball award by the TSSAA on Thursday, February 10. The third Class A finalist is Lyndie Ramsey of Unaka.

  • State Budget Includes $11 Million To Carroll County 1000-Acre Lake

    Tuesday, February 15

    CARROLL COUNTY — The Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreational Lake might become a state-owned lake if the State of Tennessee provides $11 million to retire the debt of the lake’s owner, the Carroll County Watershed Authority (CCWA), a government entity separate from all other county governments.

  • County Commission Reverses Decision to End Garbage Contract

    Tuesday, February 15

    HUNTINGDON (February 10) — Carroll County Commissioners voted to end its contract with Republic Services and then reversed its action on Thursday, February 10 after advise from legal counsel on Thursday prior to a special meeting.

  • McKenzie Banner February 15, 2022

    Tuesday, February 15

  • McKenzie Basketball Celebrates Senior Night

    Tuesday, February 15

    McKenzie’s basketball teams and cheerleaders celebrated Senior Night prior to taking on Houston County in a district matchup Thursday night, Feb. 10.

  • Huntingdon Celebrates Homecoming, Senior Night

    Tuesday, February 15

    Huntingdon had a busy week with two home games and a road game to finish the regular season. Tuesday, February 8, they hosted Milan for Homecoming.

  • West Carroll Sweeps Bruceton

    Tuesday, February 15

    West Carroll played host to Bruceton in their final home game Tuesday Night, February 8, which was also Senior Night for the basketball players and cheerleaders. The senior Lady Eagles were Tatym Keymon, Amaya Thompson, Mia Jones, Jayden Rader, Erin Norman, and Octavia Jones. The senior War Eagles include Jalen Anglin, Andrew Huff, Josh Clark, Riley Duncan, Andre Iloff, and Xander Moon. Senior Cheerleaders include Jayden Rader, Octavia Jones, Brooklyn Polinski, Abby Callins, and Haruna Takahashi.

  • McKenzie Closes Out Regular Season

    Tuesday, February 15

    McKenzie basketball teams closed out their regular season this week hosting a girls-only contest against McEwen due to an earlier postponement due to COVID-19 and played their last regular season road game at Camden before hosting Houston County for Senior Night.

  • Gleason Picks Up District Wins

    Tuesday, February 15

    Gleason celebrated Senior Night with a sweep over visiting South Fulton Tuesday Night, February 8. The Lady Bulldog Seniors include Alayna Anderson, Carrington Lifsey, Grace Stafford, and Daisy Blevins. The Bulldog Seniors include Isaac Denton, Cameron Thompson, Carter Cooper, Kolton Crochet, Carson Tidwell, and Joe Witherspoon. Gracie Long is the lone senior on the cheerleading squad.

  • Calendar 2-15-22

    Tuesday, February 15

    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. 

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, February 15

    Multiple Charges — James R. Hanna, 37, of McKenzie was charged with public intoxication, possession of a firearm while intoxicated, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon on Feb. 3 following a dangerous situation involving a firearm outside a medical facility in Huntingdon.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, February 15

    Police Pursuit — Michael Lynn Deloach, 59, of Nashville was arrested on multiple charges following a vehicular pursuit on Feb. 5 in Carroll County.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, February 15

    Joshua Lynn and Jessica Hicks to J & E Properties, LLC.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, February 15

    Criminal Trespass — A local convenience store contacted McKenzie Police on Monday, February 7 regarding a male that is banned from the store. Officer Trenton Ruddy responded and was told the male was observed inside the doors of the store.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, February 15

    HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on February 10.

  • Weekly 150: The Carroll County Neighbors, Part VI

    Tuesday, February 15

    WESTPORT After the American Civil War, in the late 1860s, the first railroad was laid through western Tennessee. This venture was done by the Northwestern Railroad with the help of the Chattanooga Tennessee Railroad. In 1872, the Chattanooga line bought out the Northwestern then changed its name to the Nashville-Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway (NC&ST.L).

  • Ricky Gene Sounded Just Like He Always Did

    Tuesday, February 15

    I don’t think I passed out. Or went into a trance. But my mind was definitely defying logic. It was enough to give you whiplash! And I don’t think I ever left the room.

  • Substitute Trustee's Sale - SMITH

    Monday, February 14

  • Substitute Trustee's Sale - BAKER

    Monday, February 14

  • Bid Notice - McKenzie HVAC Unit

    Monday, February 14