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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 4-26-22

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In this issue

  • McKenzie School Board to Hear of Retirements, Instructional Fees

    Tuesday, April 26

    McKenzie School Board meets Tuesday, May 3, 5:30 p.m. at McKenzie Middle School Library.

  • Rotary Donates to Young Life, Hears History of Club

    Tuesday, April 26

    McKENZIE (April 19) — The Rotary Club of McKenzie donated $1,000 to support the Christian work of Young Life in the city. Young Life is a mission devoted to introducing adolescents to Jesus Christ and helping them grow in their faith.

  • Bell Receives Loyal Patriot Award at Department Directors Meeting

    Tuesday, April 26

    Paris — Pharmacy Director Paula Bell was recently presented with the Loyal Patriot Award by Henry County Mayor John Penn Ridgeway for her service to the hospital and the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Loyal Patriot Award is the highest award that can be bestowed on a Henry County citizen.

  • Macedonia FCE Meeting Notes

    Tuesday, April 26

    MACEDONIA (April 5) — The Macedonia FCE club met at the home of Martha Peters. The Creed was read in unison. Minutes of the last meeting were read by Sarah Brown in the absence of the secretary, Veronica Giamo. Roll call was answered by telling something that makes you laugh.

  • Inglenook Book Club April Meeting

    Tuesday, April 26

    Inglenook Book Club held the April meeting at Lakeside Senior Living Community in McKenzie on April 13. Hostesses were Carolyn Moore and Mary Newman. They served delicious coconut/orange cake along with Easter chocolates.

  • April Watson Signs with Bethel

    Tuesday, April 26

    GLEASON (April 20) — April Watson, a senior at Gleason High School, signed with Bethel University to serve as a football manager for the team.

  • West Carroll FBLA Competes at State

    Tuesday, April 26

    West Carroll Future Business Leaders of America compete at the state level with two members advancing to nationals.

  • Cancer Bake Auction Raises $18,819

    Tuesday, April 26

    McKENZIE — The final total for the proceeds from the Carroll County Relay For Life Bake Auction totals $18,819, according to Sherrye Washburn, chairman of the annual radio auction to benefit the American Cancer Society.

  • City Employees Eligible for Discounted Bethel Tuition

    Tuesday, April 26

    McKENZIE (April 22) — Officials at Bethel University announce the university and the City of McKenzie signed a memorandum of understanding to offer full-time city employees a 25% tuition discount in its College of Professional Studies.

  • Gold Star Monument to be Dedicated

    Tuesday, April 26

    HUNTINGDON — A Gold Star Families Monument will be dedicated on Friday, May 6, at 1 p.m. in Thomas Park in Huntingdon.

  • World’s Biggest Fish Fry is Underway

    Tuesday, April 26

    The World’s Biggest Fish Fry is underway in Paris. The event include the main event of the Grand Parade on Friday, April 29 at 10 a.m.

  • Early Voting Continues, Primary Election is Next Tuesday

    Tuesday, April 26

    Voting continues until Thursday during the Early Voting period in Carroll County. Voters can appear at their local precincts to vote on May 3.

  • McKenzie Industrial Board, State Granted Judgments Against Campbell Arms

    Tuesday, April 26

    HUNTINGDON (April 19) — Campbell Arms, LLC of Huntingdon lost a second round of legal actions on Tuesday, April 19 when the Carroll County Chancery Court ruled in favor of the McKenzie Industrial Development Corporation (IDB) against Campbell Arms, a gun manufacturer, previously located in the McKenzie Industrial Park-South.

  • Huntingdon Schools Approve LED Lighting Project

    Tuesday, April 26

    HUNTINGDON (April 21) — All campuses of the Huntingdon Special School District will be converted to light-emitting diode (LED) lighting following the unanimous vote of the Huntingdon Board of Education. The $559,875 project is ‘self-funded’ through energy savings over the 12 year term.

  • County Budget Committee Proposes Pay Raises, Grants $60,000 to Rescue Squad

    Tuesday, April 26

    HUNTINGDON (April 21) — County employees will receive a three-percent pay raise for fiscal year 2022-23 beginning July 1 if the full county commission approves it as part of the budget process in June.

  • Tennessee’s Unemployment is Lowest In History, Tri-Counties Hit New Lows

    Tuesday, April 26

    NASHVILLE — Tennessee marked a milestone in March when statewide unemployment dropped to its lowest rate in history. Data from the Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) showed the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased to 3.2%, the lowest level ever recorded.

  • McKenzie Banner April 26, 2022

    Tuesday, April 26

  • Publication Notice - VINYARD

    Tuesday, April 26

  • McKenzie Water Quality Report

    Tuesday, April 26

  • Ballot Ad

    Tuesday, April 26

  • Rebels Sweep Big Sandy

    Tuesday, April 26

    Big Sandy McKenzie hosted district foe Big Sandy in a makeup double header on Wednesday, April 20 with both only going three innings each and both were nearly no hitters for the Rebels.

  • Recipes 4-26-22

    Tuesday, April 26

    Southern Fried Chicken and Gravy 2 lb meaty chicken (breasts, thighs, legs) 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder (optional) 2 teaspoon cooking oil 3/4 teaspoon poultry seasoning 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup flour

  • Rebels Pick Up Two Wins

    Tuesday, April 26

    The Rebel Soccer team opened the week with a make-up game against South Fulton Monday evening, April 18 winning 9-0 and traveled to Union City, Tuesday, April 19 winning 3-2.

  • War Eagles, Lady War Eagles Lose to Bruceton, Perry County

    Tuesday, April 26

    West Carroll vs Bruceton The Lady War Eagles played host to Bruceton in District softball action, Tuesday Afternoon, April 19, losing a 9-0 decision to the Lady Tigers.

  • Huntingdon Wins District Tournament

    Tuesday, April 26

    After three solid days of middle school baseball at Bethel University, Huntingdon defeated McKenzie 10-0 for the Middle School District Baseball Championship and finished their season unbeaten with an 18-0 record.

  • Lady Rebels Lose to South Gibson, Defeat McEwen

    Tuesday, April 26

    McKenzie’s Lady Rebels got back to action after some rainouts with a game at South Gibson and a district game at McEwen.

  • Spring Sports Schedules

    Tuesday, April 26

    April 26-May 3 Middle School Soccer April 21-30 — McKenzie at District Tourney, TBA

  • Calendar 4-26-22

    Tuesday, April 26

    West Tennessee Sarcoidosis Support Group Walk-A-Thon The West Tennessee Sarcoidosis Support Group Walk-A-Thon is Saturday, April 30 at R.B. Wilson Clinic, Baptist Memorial Hospital in Huntingdon. Registration is 7:30-8:30 a.m.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, April 26

    Aggravated Assault — Eron L. Dunagan, 41, of Huntingdon was charged with aggravated domestic assault following a recent incident at his home.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, April 26

    Traffic Charges — Officer Trenton Ruddy conducted a traffic stop early Sunday morning, April 17, on a vehicle having a headlight out. After a license check through dispatch, the driver, Kenjah N. Edmonson, 23 of McKenzie, was found to be driving on a suspended license. Ruddy cited Edmonson for Driving on Suspended License – First Offense and Light Law Violation.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, April 26

    HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on April 20 and 21.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, April 26

    Assault Investigation — Authorities are investigating a recent incident in which a McKenzie man was seriously injured during an April 14 altercation between father and son at their mutual residence.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, April 26

    Teresa Miller to Teresa Miller in District 16.

  • Weekly 150: Isham G. Harris

    Tuesday, April 26

    As this weekly series is now well into its third year, I have decided to expand the topics from just Carroll County and broaden the spectrum to included Tennessee history. There are a few ideas in the works for a more definitive path, but for now, rest assured the articles will still be based on Tennessee history and localized when possible.

  • If Albert Had Just Reversed His Theory...

    Tuesday, April 26

    When we were “younger, so much younger than today” we didn’t think nothing about Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. It was just a term in a high school science book. When he started using words like cosmological and astrophysical, we just shook our heads and broke out a copy of Mad Magazine.