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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 4-19-22

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In this issue

  • 1000-Acre Lake to Have New Owner, New Name

    Tuesday, April 19

    CARROLL COUNTY (April 2022) — Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreation Lake will have a new owner and a new name if legislation is approved by the Tennessee General Assembly and signed by Governor Bill Lee.

  • Early Voting Continues Until April 28 in State

    Tuesday, April 19

    Voting is light during the Early Voting period in Carroll County. Unlike the November 2020 elections, there probably will not be a waiting line during the Early Voting period. As of 3:35 p.m. on Thursday, after two days of voting, 125 persons had voted early.

  • Congressman Kustoff Speaks to Chamber Forum

    Tuesday, April 19

    HUNTINGDON (April 15) — Congressman David Kustoff (R-Germantown) spoke to a gathering of local leaders on Good Friday at the Carroll County Civic Center. It was an event hosted annually by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce.

  • Commissioners Approve Improvements at Health Department, Approve Voting Equipment

    Tuesday, April 19

    HUNTINGDON — Improvements at the Carroll County Health Department and new equipment to hold county, state, and federal elections were approved Monday, April 11 by the Carroll County Commission.

  • Cancer Bake Auction Raises Nearly $15,000

    Tuesday, April 19

    McKENZIE — A total $14,926 was raised, with more expected to come in, and Carroll County Relay for Life Cancer Bake Auction Organizer Sherrye Washburn said, “We are so excited with the outcome this year. Last year we were really happy and this year Carroll County has come through even better.”

  • McKenzie Middle Honors Students

    Tuesday, April 19

    McKENZIE (April 12) — The McKenzie Middle School held its annual honors banquet Tuesday evening. The event was sponsored by the McKenzie Rotary Club. Dr. Brooke Spivey Burress, a McKenzie alumnus and local optometrist, was the featured speaker.

  • Prom Promise: Students Learn About The Harmful Effects of Alcohol

    Tuesday, April 19

    Phaedra Creed spoke to approximately 900 students at all five Carroll County high schools about the harmful effects of drinking and driving. She was a victim of someone who chose to drive intoxicated and was paralyzed as a result of the driver’s actions.

  • Local Gymnastics, Cheer Team Wins at Nationals

    Tuesday, April 19

    The West Tennessee Gymnastics and Cheer Academy Competition Team White Diamonds went to Pensacola, Florida, April 9-10 to the U.S. Finals.

  • Humane Society Announces Events

    Tuesday, April 19

    CCHS volunteers will be hosting, serving and waiting on you hand and foot at McKenzie Station Bar & Grill on Saturday, April 23 for your evening meal. Come see us and tip generously to help our animals!

  • Overflow Church Hosts Carnival for Community

    Tuesday, April 19

    McKENZIE (April 16) — Overflow Church, Highland Drive, McKenzie, hosted a free, community carnival for the community on Saturday, April 16.

  • Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County Dedicates Walking Trail

    Tuesday, April 19

    HUNTINGDON (April 6, 2022) — On Wednesday, Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County dedicated the Baptist Carroll County Walking Trail. The Baptist Carroll County Walking Trail provides care for the mind, body and spirit and is open to the citizens of this community.

  • U.S. Representative Kustoff Visits Baptist Carroll County

    Tuesday, April 19

    HUNTINGDON (April 15) — Congressman David Kustoff, representative of Tennessee’s 8th Congressional District, visited Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County to recognize health care workers for their commitment and hard work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • McKenzie Banner April 19, 2022

    Tuesday, April 19

  • Mustang Soccer, McKenzie, West Carroll Baseball

    Tuesday, April 19

    Huntingdon Soccer Huntingdon High School’s Soccer season has been a learning experience for the players according to Coach Dylan Poole. The Mustangs have one win against Middleton 4-2 and several close losses to McKenzie 3-0, Milan 3-0, Jackson Christian 4-1, and a 2-1 loss to Gibson County last Tuesday, April 12 along with a 9-0 loss to Henry County, 9-0 to Madison Academic, and 10-1 to Crockett County.

  • Mustangs Defeat Camden, Lose to Union City

    Tuesday, April 19

    Camden Huntingdon’s Mustangs hit the road Thursday, April 7 for a game at Camden where they picked up their second win of the year 9-4.

  • Spring Sports Schedules

    Tuesday, April 19

    April 19-25 Middle School Soccer April 19 — Huntingdon vs Union City at 5:30 p.m. April 21 — Huntingdon at Lexington at 5:30 p.m. April 25 — McKenzie at Union City at 5:30 p.m. April 21-30 — District Tournament, TBA

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, April 19

    Drug Possession — David Earl Myles, 47, of Huntingdon was charged with possession of schedule II on April 3 in Huntingdon.

  • Breakfast With Uncle Whit and The Snakes

    Tuesday, April 19

    There is Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. And then there is Cracker Barrel Old Country Store in Tennessee.

  • Weekly 150: Charles M. Carroll

    Tuesday, April 19

    The most relevant of William Carroll’s children to the story of Carroll County is Colonel Charles Montgomery Carroll (1821–1899).

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, April 19

    Kathy S. Iverson to Stacy L. McWhorter in District 10.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, April 19

    John Wendell Grammer, 62, of Bruceton to Joan Ann Guidry Cochran, 57, of Bruceton.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, April 19

    HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on April 13 and 14.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, April 19

    Drug Possession, Warrant — Ashley Stephens, 32, of 11 Magers Drive, Hollow Rock, was charged with simple possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia on April 12 at her residence.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, April 19

    Multiple Charges — Two adults are facing charges following a traffic incident on Thursday, March 24 that began at the intersection of Highland Drive and Cedar Avenue and ended in the McKenzie Middle School parking lot. According to the report filed by Sgt. Kyle Beauchamp, the original caller was Dallas Baker who reported an alleged reckless driver that almost hit him. Baker stayed on the phone following the vehicle until it parked in the Middle School parking lot.

  • Calendar 4-19-22

    Tuesday, April 19

    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.

  • Huntingdon Middle School Remains Unbeaten

    Tuesday, April 19

    Huntingdon’s Middle School Mustangs continue to enjoy an unbeaten season with a 13-0 record. Their most recent wins include a double header against Camden, a single contest against McKenzie, and a doubleheader against West Carroll.

  • West Carroll Splits with Frank Hughes

    Tuesday, April 19

    West Carroll’s War Eagles managed to get a district double header against Frank Hughes despite inclement weather around the area on Monday, April 11.

  • McKenzie Soccer Wins One, Loses One

    Tuesday, April 19

    The Rebel Soccer team had their April 5 game against South Fulton moved to Monday, April 18 at 5 p.m. They traveled to Martin on Thursday, April 7 losing a close 3-2 match with the Chargers. Camden Allison scored both goals for McKenzie assisted both times by Jesse Calderon with Will Essary recording six saves.

  • Gleason’s Anderson Signs with Lady Wildcats

    Tuesday, April 19

    GLEASON — Coach Chris Nelson has experienced remarkable success signing local standouts throughout his tenure as head coach of the Bethel’s women’s basketball program. He added to that legacy with the signing of Gleason High School standout Alayna Anderson Thursday.