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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 6-14-22

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In this issue

  • Tri Star Family Health Care Opens in Huntingdon

    Tuesday, June 14

    HUNTINGDON (June 10) — Friday, the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce held a grand opening and ribbon cutting for Tri Star Family Health Care in Huntingdon. Visitors enjoyed snacks and could enter a drawing for coupons from 1822 Coffee Co. or Wild Roots Plants in Huntingdon.

  • Inglenook Book Club News

    Tuesday, June 14

    The Inglenook Book Club held its June 8 meeting at Lakeside Senior Living Community in McKenzie with 19 members present.

  • McKenzie Farmers Market News

    Tuesday, June 14

    McKenzie Farmers Market had another big day Saturday, June 11. Over 325 customers came to browse the booths and hear the Colton Baker and Company Band.

  • McKenzie High School’s 2021-22 Athletic Accomplishments

    Tuesday, June 14

    The 2021-22 school year was a great year to be a McKenzie Rebel fan. With several appearances in the district, regional, sectional, and state tournaments, the McKenzie High School sports teams could not be overlooked.

  • UT Martin Graduates Take Nightingale Pledge

    Tuesday, June 14

    MARTIN (June 13) — Madison Barker, of McKenzie, and Kaylee Taylor and Jessica Berry, of Huntingdon, participated in a nurse pinning ceremony May 6 for the University of Tennessee of Martin.

  • Two Attend Boys State

    Tuesday, June 14

    HUNTINGDON — Two rising-seniors at Huntingdon High School attended the American Legion Boys State in Cookeville this summer. The week-long event trains young men in government and about history.

  • Softball Celebrates Season at Banquet

    Tuesday, June 14

    The MHS Softball Team celebrated it’s 2022 season with a year-end banquet at the high school cafeteria Thursday evening, June 9. After a meal of barbecue and chicken with the fixings catered by Big Daddy’s, Softball Head Coach Kristi Brown kicked things off with a review of the season expressing how good the team chemistry was with everyone working together.

  • Area Residents Graduate from The University of the South

    Tuesday, June 14

    Two local students received degrees at the University of the South’s 2022 commencement ceremonies held in All Saints’ Chapel on the Sewanee campus May 7.

  • United Way Representatives Speak to McKenzie Rotary Club

    Tuesday, June 14

    McKENZIE (June 7) — United Way of West Tennessee was the guest program for the June 7 meeting of the Rotary Club of McKenzie.

  • Martin, Townsend to Compete in Pageant

    Tuesday, June 14

    Emma Martin, of McKenzie, and Tera Townsend, of Huntingdon, will compete in the Miss Tennessee Volunteer Pageant in Jackson. The pageant begins June 15 and ends with the crowning ceremony on June 18.

  • McKenzie Garden Club News

    Tuesday, June 14

    The McKenzie Garden Club held its May meeting at the McKenzie CP Church. Donna Ward shared a lovely devotional with the members, and a light luncheon preceded the meeting, hosted by Myra Sasser, Judy McCadams, and Brenda Smith.

  • Commission to Vote on New Budget, Amend Old Budget

    Tuesday, June 14

    CARROLL COUNTY — Carroll County Commissioners convene on Monday, June 20 to vote on the $13.8 million 2022-2023 fiscal year budget and amend the 2021-22 budget during this final month of the fiscal year.

  • Candidates on the August 4 Carroll County Ballot

    Tuesday, June 14

    Voters across Tennessee will go to the polls on August 4 to elect candidates to various offices. In Carroll County, the general election includes all county offices and all school board offices, along with primaries in state representatives, governor, and U.S. Congress.

  • New Construction, Teacher Raises in School Budget

    Tuesday, June 14

    McKENZIE (June 7) — A new multi-purpose building and pay raises for teachers and other staff are represented in the proposed 2022-23 fiscal year budget of the McKenzie Special School District (MSSD). The local Board of Education convened in a budget workshop to discuss the details of the proposed $15.97 million budget.

  • Property Taxes Will Not Increase, McKenzie Council to Purchase New Firetruck

    Tuesday, June 14

    McKENZIE (June 9) — City officials and department supervisors met at McKenzie City Hall on 2470 Cedar Street for the June meeting of the McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council. At the meeting, Council members approved a proposal to purchase a new firetruck for the City of McKenzie Fire Department, and Mayor Jill Holland delivered the first of two hearings of the amended budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2023.

  • Electric Department Asks for Conservation During Heat Wave

    Tuesday, June 14

    Tennessee is experiencing extreme heat conditions, which is necessitating conservation of electricity to help reduce overall demand loads. Carroll County Electric and TVA have some suggestions to assist the utilities.

  • Vicki Hoover is District’s Lead Judicial Officer

    Tuesday, June 14

    Effective September 1, Chancellor Vicki H. Hoover takes over as the presiding judge of Judicial District 24 for a two-year term. She will continue to preside over all Chancery matters in all five counties in the district.

  • Huntingdon Hosts 200th Anniversary Celebration with Tours, Exhibits

    Tuesday, June 14

    HUNTINGDON (June 11) — The Town of Huntingdon continued to celebrate its 200th anniversary as a city on Saturday, June 11 with information booklets about the history of downtown buildings and businesses.

  • Sass, Dixon Coach ‘No Sight No Limits’ Paratriathlon Camp in County

    Tuesday, June 14

    CARROLL COUNTY — Paralympic athletes Kirsten Sass and Amy Dixon coached the No Sight No Limits triathlon camp in Carroll County, June 11 and 12. Amy Dixon, an elite blind paratriathlete and 8-time World Triathlon gold medalist, founded Camp No Sight No Limits in 2017 to help visually-impaired athletes and guides train for future competitions.

  • Pam Ridley Retires from Henry County Medical

    Tuesday, June 14

    PARIS — After more than three decades of service to Henry County Medical Center, Chief Information Officer and Compliance Officer Pam Ridley recently retired from the hospital on June 10.

  • TSSAA Baseball Changes Affect Local Teams

    Tuesday, June 14

    Just weeks after the state baseball tournaments in Murfreesboro, the TSSAA Board of Control has voted to implement changes to the region and sectional tournaments starting next season (2023). District Tournaments won’t change except those needed to be played by May 9.

  • Tennessee Wildlife Commission Sets Hunting, Trapping Seasons

    Tuesday, June 14

    NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission have set the state’s hunting and trapping seasons for 2022-23. The Commission established the regulations at its June meeting held at the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s Region II Ray Bell Building.

  • Shepherd’s Table June Update

    Tuesday, June 14

    The Shepherd’s Table returns to inside dining this month. Our community kitchen located in Huntingdon now serves meals twice monthly at the original location, First Presbyterian Church located at 19835 East Main Street, on both the third and fourth Tuesdays.

  • McKenzie Pair Arrested Twice By TBI Within 30 Days

    Tuesday, June 14

    McKENZIE (June 9) — Two individuals arrested in May were arrested again June 9 following a search warrant at the same residence in McKenzie. The arrests came as a result of a joint investigation into illegal drug activity by special agents with the Drug Investigation Division of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, McKenzie Police Department, Huntingdon Police Department, and the 24th Judicial Drug Task Force.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, June 14

    Drugs, License Violation — Bedford Wortham, 48, of Huntingdon was charged with possession of schedule II with intent, drug paraphernalia, and driving on a revoked license (second offense) during a May 15 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

  • ‘See The USA In Your Chev-ro-let...’

    Tuesday, June 14

    Gosh, how well I remember the day Daddy drove the 1960 Chevrolet up into the yard. It was green; which we barely noticed. What we did notice was that it was brand new. We’d never had a new car. Ever!

  • Time to Support Local Newspapers

    Tuesday, June 14

    Congress has an opportunity to pass legislation that benefits all local citizens, businesses and even protects our democracy. The Local Journalism Sustainability Act, LJSA for short, should be included as part of any upcoming reconciliation bill that Congress is considering. The LJSA is a well-thought-out bill that would provide needed support to local news organizations, including local newspapers, to ensure their viability as they continue to make progress toward a digital future.

  • Weekly 150: Ray Melchiorre

    Tuesday, June 14

    Occasionally a story will come across my desk that I find interesting and file away for safe keeping. The story of Ray Melchiorre came through from Bethel University’s Sport Information Department a few weeks ago, naturally it was a Monday and there was no time to read it. This weekend, while I was attempting to find a muse for this week’s article I came across the story again in my email. I found it to be a pretty good read and I would like to share it with our readers this week.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, June 14

    License Violation­ — Christopher Lee Douglas, 50, of 1000 High Street, Hollow Rock, was cited for driving on a suspended license during a June 7 traffic stop in Hollow Rock.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, June 14

    HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on June 8 and 9.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, June 14

    Edward and Phyllis Ramsey to Woodhill Partners in District 1.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, June 14

    Domestic Assault — The McKenzie Police Department received a call from a Hillview Apartment early Sunday morning, June 12, regarding an altercation that had taken place.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, June 14

    Bradley Jay Hollowell, 59, of Huntingdon to Elizangela Hellen Neumeister, 30, of Huntingdon.

  • Calendar 6-14-22

    Tuesday, June 14

    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.

  • American Flag Rules of Etiquette

    Tuesday, June 14

    Since it is Flag Day in the United States, here are a few facts about the U.S. flag.