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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 2-8-22

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In this issue

  • Deadline Approaches for Candidates

    Tuesday, February 8

    HUNTINGDON (Updated February 7) — The February 17 noon deadline is quickly approaching for the 2022 elections for state, federal, county and school board candidates.

  • Huntingdon Middle Sports Banquet

    Tuesday, February 8

    Huntingdon Middle School held their annual sports banquet last Thursday honoring their middle school athletes.

  • Tiffany McCutcheon Joins HCMC Board of Trustees

    Tuesday, February 8

    Paris — Henry County Medical Center Board of Trustees chairman Dr. Scott Whitby welcomed Dr. Tiffany N. McCutcheon as the board’s newest member.

  • Sister Hazel Delights Audience at The Dixie

    Tuesday, February 8

    HUNTINGDON (February 5) — Just days after an ice storm affected west Tennessee, the Dixie PAC stage was heated up by the Florida-based band, Sister Hazel. An appreciative audience was cheering for the performers. Some audience members moved to the aisles so they could move to the music.

  • Seth Hatchett Achieves Perfect Score on ACT

    Tuesday, February 8

    HUNTINGDON — Seth Hatchett, son of Richard and Ginger (Hutcherson) Hatchett of Huntingdon earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36. Seth is home schooled.

  • McKenzie Rebels Feted on Record-Breaking Season

    Tuesday, February 8

    McKENZIE (February 6) — McKenzie Rebels football team were feted for a record-breaking 2021 season.

  • Basketball Tournaments on the Way

    Tuesday, February 8

    The final week of regular season basketball is this week so that means tournament time is near. District Tournaments get underway Monday, February 14 and Region Tournaments will be starting February 25. Let’s take a look at where teams are headed into tournaments.

  • Final Week Basketball Schedule

    Tuesday, February 8

    Tuesday, February 8 McKenzie @ Camden, 6 p.m. Huntingdon vs Milan (Homecoming) West Carroll vs Bruceton (Senior Night) Gleason vs South Fulton (Senior Night)

  • Baptist-Carroll County Offers HEART Score Screenings During American Heart Month

    Tuesday, February 8

    HUNTINGDON (February 4) — In observation of American Heart Month, Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County is offering HEART score screenings every Friday during February from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the hospital, located at 631 R.B. Wilson Drive in Huntingdon.

  • Clarksburg Awarded $940,500 Sidewalk Grant

    Tuesday, February 8

    During the regular meeting of Clarksburg’s Mayor and Aldermen on Monday night, Mayor Howell Wayne Todd announced the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) awarded the City a $940,500 Multimodal Access Grant for the construction of sidewalks in town.

  • Arnold CPA Opens in McKenzie

    Tuesday, February 8

    McKENZIE (February 2) — McKenzie’s newest business, Arnold CPA and Associates, PLLC, was welcomed with a good attendance at its ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted jointly by the McKenzie Chamber of Commerce and the Weakley County Chamber of Commerce.

  • Randy Frazier Named To TSSAA Hall of Fame

    Tuesday, February 8

    GLEASON — Former Gleason Coach Randy Frazier will be inducted into the TSSAA Hall of Fame April 2 in Murfreesboro. Frazier is among 11 persons being inducted in this year’s class in the Hall of Fame.

  • Bethel Sports Management Students to Work Super Bowl

    Tuesday, February 8

    McKENZIE — The working staff at Sunday’s big Super Bowl game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals includes students from the Sports Management program at Bethel University.

  • Carroll County Humane Society to Host Bingo, Soup Supper

    Tuesday, February 8

    The Carroll County Humane Society is hosting a bingo and soup supper (Soup Cook-Off) Saturday, February 12, 6-9 p.m. at the Farm Bureau Insurance building at 125 Third Avenue in Huntingdon.

  • Weakley County Couple Charged in Niece’s Murder

    Tuesday, February 8

    DRESDEN (February 2) — Christopher Thompson, age 45, and Jessica Thompson, age 36, of the Jolley Springs area of Weakley County have been arrested and charged in connection with the murder of Mandy Noe, age 32, of Paris, Tennessee.

  • School Board Affirms Decision To Build Multi-Purpose Facility

    Tuesday, February 8

    McKENZIE (February 1) — For a second time, the Board of Education of the McKenzie Special School District affirmed their intent to seek authorization from the Tennessee General Assembly to borrow up to $4 million. During the February 1 meeting, the board revisited the issue at the request of a school board member.

  • McKenzie Banner February 8, 2022

    Tuesday, February 8

  • McKenzie Picks Up District Wins

    Tuesday, February 8

    It would be easy to guess that both McKenzie teams came into their district contest Tuesday night at home against Big Sandy with a chip on their shoulder after both teams lost at Westview the night before in Martin. The girls contest was a battle of ranked teams with McKenzie #1 in Class A and Westview is #3 in Class AA.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, February 8

    Warrant, Drugs — Kenneth Ray Beckham, 35, of 1450 Dollar Hill Road, Huntingdon, was arrested on an outstanding warrant during a January 27 traffic stop in Lavinia.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, February 8

    Thefts — The McKenzie Police are investigating multiple thefts from businesses on North Highland Drive which occurred between January 30 and February 1. The thefts occurred at Exxon, Peppers Ford and West Tennessee Movers. The first theft was reported at Exxon with Officer Jeremiah Brooks talking to Chance Flippin who advised his catalytic converter had been cut off his truck sometime between 3 p.m. on January 30 and 5:30 a.m. on January 31. Later that day, Officer Jeremiah Brooks was dispatched to Peppers Ford where Parts Manager Kyle Chapman notified Brooks that a catalytic converter had been taken from a customer’s vehicle. The converter was valued at $728.16.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, February 8

    Jason A. Roberts to Haley Brooke Byrd.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, February 8

    License Violation — Rachel Lynn Lopez, 27, of Huntingdon was cited for driving on a suspended license during a January 11 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, February 8

    HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on February 22, 2022.

  • Calendar 2-8-22

    Tuesday, February 8

    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 $49 per year. For more information, contact Linda Lawrence at 731-352-7309, if no answer, leave message.

  • Weekly 150: The Carroll County Neighbors, Part V

    Tuesday, February 8

    The Twenty Third District The southern part of the Twenty Third District lies along the banks of Crooked Creek. The land has hills rolling down toward the creek. The hill land is mostly clay, but the bottomland is rich black soil.

  • Here’s The One Party Cupid Missed!

    Tuesday, February 8

    It might have been the concrete block walls. Cold and austere would have been an understatement. And don’t count the red bunting taped sparsely around the room. It was only temporary “window dressing.”