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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 4-12-22

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In this issue

  • McKenzie Easter Egg Drop is Huge Success

    Tuesday, April 12

    McKENZIE (April 9) — Despite an early morning chill in the air, thousands of individuals, mostly children, gathered at McKenzie City Park to partake in the McKenzie Chamber of Commerce’s Easter Egg Drop. Members of the chamber along with vendors and volunteers from the community, McKenzie High School and Bethel University came together to make the event a resounding success for McKenzie.

  • Blue Oval Ford Project: Carroll County is in the Sweet Spot

    Tuesday, April 12

    McKENZIE (April 5) — “Carroll County is in the sweet spot” said Joe Barker, executive director of the Southwest Tennessee Development District. He was speaking of the geographic location of the county, located equal distance between the proposed Blue Oval/SK Battery assembly plant in Haywood County, Tennessee and two SK battery plants in Kentucky. In the year 2025, both plants are expected to be operating.

  • McKenzie Garden Club Celebrates 95th Anniversary

    Tuesday, April 12

    The McKenzie Garden Club observed its 95th Anniversary with a luncheon and meeting at the McKenzie Cumberland Presbyterian Church on Friday, March 25. Special guest was Mayor Jill Holland.

  • Budget Committee Hears From Sheriff, School Director

    Tuesday, April 12

    HUNTINGDON (April 7) — Deputies, dispatchers, and jailers all need a pay increase to maintain the workforce, Sheriff Andy Dickson told members of the Carroll County Budget Committee. His requests followed those of John McAdams, director of Carroll County School District, who noted the cost to purchase new school buses has increased $12,000 each and delivery is delayed until December.

  • Construction Ready to Proceed at McKenzie Schools

    Tuesday, April 12

    McKENZIE (April 5) — Construction at three McKenzie school sites will soon begin or is in the development phase.

  • Wilma Hansen to Celebrate 100th Birthday

    Tuesday, April 12

    Wilma Hansen will be honored with a reception in honor of her 100th birthday on Tuesday, April 19 at the home of her son, Gary (Peggy Espey) Parish at 150 Tower Road in McKenzie. Also hosting the event will be her children, Linda (Dwayne) Bolton of McKenzie and Don (Ludean) Parish of Mt. Pleasant, Utah, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

  • Huntingdon Basketball Celebrates Season

    Tuesday, April 12

    A good crowd celebrated the recent Huntingdon basketball season at a banquet held Saturday evening, April 9, at the Huntingdon Church of Christ.

  • McKenzie Banner April 12, 2022

    Tuesday, April 12

  • Early Voting Begins Wednesday in Party Primaries

    Tuesday, April 12

    The Carroll County Election Commission announces Early Voting for the Republican and Democratic Primary Elections. Any registered voter may cast a ballot early by personal appearance at the Election Commission office, 625 High St., Suite 113, Huntingdon.

  • Annual Cancer Bake Auction is This Week

    Tuesday, April 12

    McKENZIE — The annual Relay For Life American Cancer Society’s Bake Auction is April 11-15 on WHDM radio.

  • Lady Rebels Defeat Lady Irish 3-2

    Tuesday, April 12

    The McKenzie Lady Rebels played and won a close 3-2 game against Houston County Monday afternoon, April 4.

  • McKenzie Rebel Baseball Ranked in Top Five

    Tuesday, April 12

    The Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association announced the Class A Coaches Poll which has two West Tennessee teams ranked in the Top 10.

  • War Eagles Have Busy Week

    Tuesday, April 12

    West Carroll’s War Eagles had a busy week in baseball with road trips to Madison and Camden and hosting a game with Liberty Tech.

  • Weekly 150: William, Thomas, Charles

    Tuesday, April 12

    After last week’s article on Governor William Carroll, I found a few more interesting finds. In the mix, I came across a few biographic sketches of his three children; General William Henry Carroll (1810–1868), Colonel Thomas Bradford Carroll (1818–1857) and Colonel Charles Montgomery Carroll (1821–1899).

  • Spring Sports Schedules

    Tuesday, April 12

    April 12-18 Middle School Soccer April 12 — Huntingdon at Union City at 5:30 p.m. April 14 — Huntingdon vs Henry County at 5:30 p.m.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, April 12

    Drug Possession — Anthony Jerome Patterson, 40, of 115 Dodd Street, Hollow Rock, was cited for simple possession of schedule VI (marijuana) during a March 31 traffic stop near Bruceton.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, April 12

    Multiple Traffic Charges — Early Sunday morning, April 3, Officer Trenton Ruddy initiated a traffic stop on a Grey Ford F150 for speeding well over the limit. The driver was identified as Fernando A. Corrales, 21, of McKenzie. Ruddy had a driver’s license check done with it coming back that Corrales’ license was suspended for failure to file insurance and did not have proof of insurance. He was cited for Speeding, Financial Responsibility Law Violation, and Driving on Suspended License – First Offense.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, April 12

    Joshua Loren Bowers, 45, of McKenzie to Melissa Joy Moreno, 40, of McKenzie.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, April 12

    License Violation — Gerald T. Stevens (age and address not provided) was charged with driving on a revoked license during a March 9 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, April 12

    HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on April 6 and 7.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, April 12

    Rodney Neilson to Highway Partners in District 6.

  • Calendar 4-12-22

    Tuesday, April 12

    Carroll County Budget Committee to Meet Carroll County Budget Committee meeting meets the third Thursday of every month starting at 10 a.m. in the Conference Room of the Carroll County Office Complex.

  • Say It Ain’t So, Joe…and Brenda and Yogi…

    Tuesday, April 12

    Sometimes I write the story because I can’t help myself. It’s like day following night. Reaching for a second potato chip. Or those swallows returning year after year to San Juan, Capistrano.