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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 5-24-22

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In this issue

  • MHS Sends Teams to State Tournaments for Sixth Time This Year

    Tuesday, May 24

    Wow what a year! McKenzie High has sent six different sports teams to the State Tournaments this year. This is a historical first for MHS athletes reaching the state level so many times during the same school year.

  • Carroll County 4-H Agent Amanda Paschall Wins State Awards

    Tuesday, May 24

    CARROLL COUNTY — Local 4-H agent Amanda Paschall received the Achievement in Service Award at the State Tennessee Association of 4-H Extension workers held at Pickwick Landing on May 3-5.

  • Save the Date: ‘Our Businesses Past and Present’

    Tuesday, May 24

    HUNTINGDON — As part of the city’s year-long Bicentennial Celebration, “Our Businesses Past and Present” will be in downtown Huntingdon Saturday, June 11.

  • No Road Construction Delays For Memorial Day Travelers

    Tuesday, May 24

    NASHVILLE — Road Construction will not delay motorists as they travel Tennessee’s highways this Memorial Day weekend. The Tennessee Department of Transportation will suspend all construction-related lane closures on interstates and state routes beginning at noon on Friday, May 27 through 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 31. This will provide maximum roadway capacity for motorists expected to travel in the state this Memorial Day weekend.

  • Natchez Trace Park to Salvage Tornado-Damaged Forest

    Tuesday, May 24

    NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s Division of Forestry is issuing a public advisory for a salvage operation in Natchez Trace State Forest.

  • New Event at 2022 Henry County Fair: Shamrock’s Ultimate Bullfighters

    Tuesday, May 24

    In a press conference Thursday morning at the Chamber of Commerce, representatives from the Henry County Fair Association, the Chamber of Commerce, and Cody and Korie Nance, of Nance Productions, announced plans to partner on an event to kick off the 2022 Henry County Fair, August 20th at the Henry County Fairgrounds.

  • Tennessee Legislators to Waive Vehicle Registration Fees for a Year

    Tuesday, May 24

    NASHVILLE — Using their $52.8 billion spending plan for 2022-23, Tennessee lawmakers approved a bill that will use $121 million to waive the state portion of vehicle registration tag fees over the next year.

  • LIFELINE Blood Services Announces Critical Appeal for O Positive, O Negative

    Tuesday, May 24

    JACKSON — LIFELINE Blood Services announced today that we have issued a Critical Appeal for types O positive and O negative blood.

  • TWRA Hosting Public Meeting To Provide Info, Hear Concerns

    Tuesday, May 24

    Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) 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.

  • McKenzie Splash Pad to Reopen May 28

    Tuesday, May 24

    The McKenzie Station Splash Pad reopens Saturday, May 28. The splash pad, located at 91 East Bruce Street beside McKenzie’s historic railroad depot, operates from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

  • August Sales Tax Holiday Will Offer Temporary Inflation Relief

    Tuesday, May 24

    Included in a series of new Tennessee legislation announced this spring is a one-month sales-tax holiday on groceries. In August, the state will experience a temporary end to its 4% sales tax on groceries.

  • Authorities Investigate Woman’s Death

    Tuesday, May 24

    CEDAR GROVE — The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department are investigating the death of a Cedar Grove woman.

  • Humboldt Man Dies in Boating Incident

    Tuesday, May 24

    HENRY COUNTY, Tenn. — A 60-year-old Tennessee man lost his life on Sunday, May 22, 2022, on Kentucky Lake while fishing.

  • Gleason Hosts Graduation 2022

    Tuesday, May 24

    Gleason High School held its 2022 commencement activities on Friday, May 20, in the school’s gymnasium. Twenty-seven seniors graduated with Cameron Thompson as valedictorian, Grace Marie Long as salutatorian and Hannah Grace Stafford as class president.

  • McKenzie Parks to be Improved

    Tuesday, May 24

    In the coming months, the parks and recreations of McKenzie will undergo a series of planned improvements. Expected improvements are to include but are not limited to a three field soccer complex with a concession stand and restrooms and a parking lot.

  • Drewry Named General Manager, Family Insurance Plan Reinstated

    Tuesday, May 24

    HUNTINGDON (May 19) — During Thursday’s meeting of the Carroll County Electric Department Board, Financial Officer Ryan Drewry was selected unanimously as incoming general manager. The current general manager, Danny Brawner, will retire on June 2.

  • McKenzie Baseball Heads to State

    Tuesday, May 24

    Region Semifinal West Carroll The McKenzie Rebels jumped out to a 6-0 lead on five hits in the bottom of the first inning after holding West Carroll scoreless in the top of the first.

  • McKenzie Soccer Wins Trip To State

    Tuesday, May 24

    McKenzie’s Soccer Rebels played host to Memphis East for a shot at the State Soccer Tournament on Saturday, May 21 at Bethel University.

  • Coach John Wilkins’ Annual Basketball Camps

    Tuesday, May 24

    McKENZIE — Coach John Wilkins is hosting summer basketball camps for boys and girls during the summer.

  • Jake McDaniel Signs with Bethel Baseball

    Tuesday, May 24

    Jake McDaniel, a senior at McKenzie High School, signed to play baseball at Bethel University. The signing ceremony was at the conclusion of the McKenzie-West Carroll game in McKenzie. He was joined by his fellow Rebels, coaches and family.

  • Lady Rebels Win Region, Lose in Sectional

    Tuesday, May 24

    The McKenzie Lady Rebels played host to the Lady War Eagles and Lady Tigers in the Region 6A Tournament on Monday, May 16 and Wednesday, May 18 before facing Huntland in the TSSAA Sectionals on Friday, May 20.

  • Soccer Rebels Win Region Championship

    Tuesday, May 24

    Region Semifinal After winning the District Title, the Soccer Rebels kept the mojo going into the Regionals with a convincing 7-0 win over Memphis School of Excellence in the Region Semifinals on Tuesday May 17.

  • Calendar 5-24-22

    Tuesday, May 24

    County Budget Committee to Meet Carroll County Budget Committee meets the third Thursday of every month starting at 10 a.m. in the Conference Room of the Carroll County Office Complex. The Committee meets Thursday, May 26, 10 a.m. in a delayed session.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, May 24

    Mary Hamilton Bryant to Sarah K. and Deborah Rogers.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, May 24

    Drug Paraphernalia/Aggravated Criminal Trespassing — Officer Jeremiah Brooks was dispatched to a Forrest Avenue residence on Tuesday morning, May 10, regarding an altercation. Brooks spoke to the owner Stacy Hinson who stated that Joshua Gray, 41, Huntingdon, was back on his property after being asked to stay off the property. Brooks confronted Gray and initially arrested him for Trespassing. According to Brook’s report, he searched Gray locating a small box containing two compartments used to hold a smoking pipe and loose marijuana. Gray was additionally charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and transported to Carroll County Jail.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, May 24

    Micah Lynn Blundell, 25, of McKenzie to Mauricio Gomez, 22, of McKenzie.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, May 24

    HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on May 18 and 19.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, May 24

    Multiple Charges — Cory Dale Alspaugh, 31, of 221 Marie Street, Hollow Rock, was charged with aggravated assault, domestic assault, and reckless endangerment following a May 12 incident at his home.

  • Weekly 150: The 1970 Edition

    Tuesday, May 24

    Last week, I started the trek through the 1970 archive book. As I went deeper and deeper, it was amazing to see so many faces that helped make McKenzie great.

  • I Didn’t Know Robots Were Cleanable

    Tuesday, May 24

    My first wife has left me….again. This time for a whole week! She was thoughtful enough to leave a pan of her world famous lasagna. She also cooked a passel of hamburgers so all I’ve got to do is heat them in the microwave.

  • Social Security Matters

    Tuesday, May 24

    Ask Rusty — Will My Husband’s Benefits Continue After He Dies?