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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 5-10-22

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In this issue

  • MHS Band Celebrates Year of Competition

    Tuesday, May 10

    McKENZIE (May 2) — McKenzie High School Marching Rebels celebrated a year of competition and concert performances at a year-end banquet on Tuesday, May 2 at the MHS Cafeteria.

  • United Neighbors, First CP Church to Provide Food Blessing Boxes

    Tuesday, May 10

    McKENZIE — McKenzie United Neighbors and First Cumberland Presbyterian Church of McKenzie are hosting a Food Blessing Box giveaway on Wednesday, May 18, 6 p.m. at the church, located on Highland Drive across from TCAT-McKenzie.

  • Chamber Hosts National Day of Prayer

    Tuesday, May 10

    McKENZIE (May 5) — The National Day of Prayer was observed in Carroll County in the hangar of the Carroll County Airport.

  • Congressman Kustoff Visits West Carroll

    Tuesday, May 10

    TREZEVANT (May 3) — U.S. Congressman David Kustoff (TN-08) visited with West Carroll Elementary and Junior High students participating in the SIFMA Foundation’s Capitol Hill Challenge program, underwritten by the Charles Schwab Foundation. This national 14-week financial education competition pairs individual members of Congress with public schools in every congressional district, equipping middle and high school students to become financially capable and civics-minded.

  • AHC-McKenzie Hosts Mother’s Day Event

    Tuesday, May 10

    McKENZIE — It was a special day for mothers at AHC-McKenzie. The Monday morning event kicked off with a balloon release to mark National Nursing Home Week and the recognition of moms who are residents at the facility.

  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology Announces Spring 2022 Graduates

    Tuesday, May 10

    The spring trimester at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in McKenzie ended with graduation on April 25, 2022.

  • Rotary Hears About Rebels Basketball

    Tuesday, May 10

    McKENZIE (May 3) — Members of the Rotary Club of McKenzie were honored to have the senior members of the McKenzie Lady Rebels and Rebels 2022 basketball team attend the May 3 meeting.

  • Jones’ Celebrate 60th Anniversary

    Tuesday, May 10

    Terry and Jeanette Jones were married Mother’s Day, May 13, 1962.

  • Wayne Cooper is Back in the Fiddlestick Business

    Tuesday, May 10

    McKENZIE — Wayne Cooper of McKenzie is back to selling fiddlesticks, which is deja vu for the 81 year old. That’s where his career started when he was 10 years old and he says, that’s where his career will end.

  • Gold Star Families Memorial Dedicated in Huntingdon

    Tuesday, May 10

    HUNTINGDON (May 6) — A new memorial marker is located in Carroll County. Gold Star families are honored for the loss of a loved one in military action.

  • West Carroll School Board Approves Trips, Bids

    Tuesday, May 10

    The West Carroll School Board met for their regular monthly meeting on Thursday evening, May 5 with a number of items on the agenda.

  • TWRA to Provide Plans for 1000-Acre Lake

    Tuesday, May 10

    Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is hosting a public meeting Tuesday, May 24, 6 p.m. at the Carroll County Civic Center to listen to community concerns about the future management of the Carroll County 1,000-Acre Recreational Lake.

  • Bethel Confers 307 Degrees in Spring Commencement

    Tuesday, May 10

    McKENZIE (May 7) — Bethel University conferred 307 degrees on Saturday, May in the Crisp Arena on the McKenzie campus. Graduates were conferred degrees on the levels of Associates, Bachelors and Masters for both in-person and online students.

  • Thompson, Griffey Win DA, Judge in District 24

    Tuesday, May 10

    Neil Thompson of Paris will be the new district attorney come September 1 after defeating incumbent Matthew Stowe.

  • Seven Inducted Into County Sports Hall of Fame

    Tuesday, May 10

    HUNTINGDON (May 7) — Standing on the shoulder of giants. That could easily describe the feelings of the inductees of the Carroll County Sports Hall of Fame. As each received his or her commemorative plaques, each took the opportunity to praise the people and community who supported and encouraged them. It was the coach, the teachers, the parents, or the fans. Obviously, each knew any achievement was through hard work and support of others.

  • School Board Approves Issuance of Debt, Pursues New Seating at MHS Gymnasium

    Tuesday, May 10

    McKENZIE (May 3) — The construction of a new multi-purpose building is one step closer following the action of the Board of Education of the McKenzie Special School District. The Board approved the issuance of debt, which allows the bond agent to seek buyers for the debt.

  • McKenzie Softball Senior Day

    Tuesday, May 10

    McKenzie’s Lady Rebels hosted their Senior Day on Tuesday, May 3 prior to their last home game against Dresden.

  • Rebels Defeat Dresden, Lose to South Gibson

    Tuesday, May 10

    The McKenzie Rebels played host to Dresden and traveled to South Gibson to open the month of May and close out the regular season.

  • Sports Roundup

    Tuesday, May 10

    Soccer McKenzie Soccer picked up an extra game against Henry County on Tuesday afternoon, May 3, and picking up a 3-0 win over the Patriots. Stafford Roditis scored two goals while Camden Allison scored a goal and goalie Will Essary picked up 10 saves in the contest.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, May 10

    HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on May 4 and 5.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, May 10

    Multiple Charges — Christian De’Shawn Ewell, 22, of Moscow, TN, was arrested on charges of possession of schedule I with intent, drug paraphernalia, possession of a stolen firearm, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony during an April 22 traffic stop near McKenzie.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, May 10

    The McKenzie Police Department responded to several theft calls within the last week along with other calls.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, May 10

    Noah Daniel Kurtz, 22, of Paris to Heather Michelle Hoopingarner, 22, of Beech Bluff.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, May 10

    James Darrell Joyner and others to Matthew Patterson in District 19.

  • Lady Rebels Beat Dresden, Lose to Houston County

    Tuesday, May 10

    Dresden After celebrating Senior Day, the Lady Rebels played host to Dresden in a close contest from start to finish.

  • McKenzie Rolls Big Sandy

    Tuesday, May 10

    McKenzie’s Rebels started baseball playoff action rolling Big Sandy 20-0 in three innings on Thursday, May 5. The Rebels scored those 20 runs on 10 hits with five runs in the first inning and 15 runs in the second inning.

  • Calendar 5-10-22

    Tuesday, May 10

    Carroll County Election Commission to Certify Election The Carroll County Election Commission meets Thursday, May 19, 2022, 6 p.m. in the Election Office, 625 High St, Ste 113, Huntingdon, 38344, for the purpose of: certifying the results of the May 3, 2022 elections and prepare for the August 4, 2022 elections.

  • Weekly 150: Ned McWherter

    Tuesday, May 10

    Last week, as Weakley County and the City of Dresden celebrated the Iris Festival, my mind was drawn to the stories and successes of Ned Ray McWherter. Born the son of a sharecropper, McWherter was a prosperous businessman, Speaker of the House for the Tennessee Legislature and a two-term governor.

  • Why I Don’t Go Fishing

    Tuesday, May 10

    I think I could have been a great fisherman. I can read a nautical map. I still have the needed hand/eye coordination. I have a “light touch” when the occasion calls for it and I have worked on my patience over the years. That can be critical when you are “waiting out” those northern pike! I believe, with just a little practice, I could “set the hook” on a rainbow trout, largemouth bass, walleye...

  • HCMC

    Tuesday, May 10

  • Liberty Auction

    Tuesday, May 10

  • Baptist

    Tuesday, May 10