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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 8-10-21

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  • Farmers' Market News

    Wednesday, August 11

    The McKenzie Farmers’ Market continues to have an increasing number of customers and vendors each Saturday and Tuesday. Last Saturday, over 320 customers and 17 vendors were there. Some of our regular vendors were out on vacation and we are looking forward to getting them back. We have fewer numbers on Tuesdays, but our great produce vendors continue to bring in customers on Tuesday afternoons. You want to be sure to check the parking lot out during the week because many times, some of our seasonal vendors will set up through the weekdays.

  • West Carroll Special School District Beta Club, Members Place in National Competition

    Wednesday, August 11

    ATWOOD — The last few months, National Beta members from West Carroll Elementary and West Carroll Junior-Senior High School have been working hard to prepare their entries for National Beta Convention. In June, they were able to celebrate that hard work when announced as winners of the following competitions:

  • McKenzie, Huntingdon, West Carroll Release Preliminary Enrollment

    Tuesday, August 10

    Three Carroll County schools released preliminary enrollment numbers for the first week of school. The three directors noted enrollment often changes during the early weeks of a new school year.

  • West Carroll Approves Budget, COVID Plan

    Tuesday, August 10

    ATWOOD (August 5) — West Carroll Special School District Board of Education approved a $9,051,084 budget for the fiscal year 2021-22, beginning July 1, 2021. It is funded by a local tax rate of $1.2207 per $100 assessed value on real property within the district.

  • Baitfish Released in 1000-Acre Recreation Lake

    Tuesday, August 10

    Approximately 12,500 threadfin shad were released on Tuesday at the Carroll County Thousand Acre Recreational Lake.

  • Gov. Lee Extends Order Allowing National Guard to Assist COVID Efforts

    Tuesday, August 10

    NASHVILLE (July 30) — Tennessee Governor Bill Lee issued an executive order Friday extending the limited state of emergency another month.

  • McKenzie School Board to Decide COVID-19 Policy on August 17

    Tuesday, August 10

    McKENZIE (August 3) — What is the school’s policy for COVID for the 2021-22 school year? That will be discussed and decided during a special meeting on Tuesday, August 17, 5:30 p.m. at the Board Office, located on Bell Avenue.

  • Hebert Consulting Speaks to Rotary

    Tuesday, August 10

    McKENZIE (August 3) — Armand Hebert of Herbert Consulting was Tuesday’s program for the McKenzie Rotary Club. Hebert works with companies and business professionals looking to hire the best team members and develop leadership looking to increase productivity.

  • Guinn is New Pharmacist at Baptist Hospital

    Tuesday, August 10

    Dan Guinn is the new medication reconciliation pharmacist at Baptist Memorial Hospital Carroll County. He also has other pharmacy duties.

  • Tennessee Launches Additional Food Benefits for Children

    Tuesday, August 10

    NASHVILLE ­(August 5) — The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) wants Tennesseans to know additional benefits will be available for families who need help purchasing food this summer.

  • Tennessee Tourism Initiatives Focus on Continued Economic Recovery

    Tuesday, August 10

    NASHVILLE (August 6) — Tennessee tourism generated $16.8 billion in domestic and international travel spending in 2020, a 31.6 percent decline from the previous year according to newly-released economic impact data from U.S. Travel Association and Tourism Economics. Travel in Tennessee generated nearly 150,000 jobs and $1.4 billion in state and local tax revenue. Despite the impact of COVID-19, efforts to promote outdoor travel opportunities helped Tennessee outperform the national average decline of 42 percent.

  • McKenzie Banner August 10, 2021

    Tuesday, August 10

  • Notice to Creditors - WASHBURN

    Tuesday, August 10

  • Notice of Resale - KEMP

    Tuesday, August 10

  • Rebels to Scrimmage Westview at UTM Friday

    Tuesday, August 10

    The McKenzie High School Rebels hosted Lexington Friday for a football scrimmage at Randy Thomas Field.

  • McKenzie Claims Win Over Gleason

    Tuesday, August 10

    In the nightcap of the Junior High Football Jamboree, McKenzie edged Gleason 14-6 in a pre-season jamboree at Rebel Stadium.

  • HHS Hosts ‘Football & Food Trucks’ Friday

    Tuesday, August 10

    Huntingdon High School hosts Football & Food Trucks, its 2021 high school football jamboree, Friday, August 13.

  • Bethel Hosts West Tennessee-Kentucky Football Challenge Friday

    Tuesday, August 10

    Bethel University hosts the West Tennessee-Kentucky Football Challenge at Wildcat Stadium Friday.

  • Middle School Football Season Begins Thursday

    Tuesday, August 10

    Area middle school football teams begin their seasons Thursday, August 12.

  • McKenzie High School Golf Travels to Sharon Monday

    Tuesday, August 10

    McKenzie High School continues its golf season Monday, August 16 as the team travels to Persimmon Hills Golf Course in Sharon.

  • Recipes 8-10-21

    Tuesday, August 10

    Cucumber Relish 4 cup ground unpeeled cucumbers 1/2 cup ground red sweet pepper 3 cup onion 1/4 cup salt (canning salt) 2 cup white vinegar 1 tablespoon mustard seed 1 cup ground green sweet peppers 3 1/2 cup sugar 1 tablespoon celery seed

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, August 10

    Vandalism — Alvin Travis of Camden told deputies on July 30 someone vandalized his vehicle by shooting it three times with what he believes was a small caliber firearm.

  • Carroll County General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, August 10

    HUNTINGDON (August 4-5) — The following cases were heard in the Carroll County General Sessions Court.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, August 10

    Chester Adkisson, 60, of Trezevant to Deborah Kay Foster, 64, of Trezevant.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, August 10

    Harry D. and Peggy Jo Higden to Timothy Higdon in District 16.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, August 10

    Aggravated Assault, Unlawful Possession of a Weapon — Jesse Zacheri Robinson, 37, Relax Inn Room 119, was arrested after an altercation at the motel on July 30.

  • Calendar 8-10-21

    Tuesday, August 10

    McKenzie Planning Commission Called Meeting The McKenzie Regional Planning Commission meets in a called meeting on Wednesday, August 18 at 3 p.m. This will be in place of the regularly scheduled meeting August 25. The items on the agenda are: (1)  Discussion on Ice Vending Machine Placement and (2) Discussion on Accessory Structures

  • Learn From History

    Tuesday, August 10

    One of the most important reasons for teaching history is to allow our young people to learn about the past.

  • Weekly 150: James T. Wooten

    Tuesday, August 10

    It’s not often, a small private school in rural America can claim an award-winning journalist and television correspondent as an alumnus. Yet, Bethel University has that distinction with James Terrell Wooten.

  • Barbara Jean Didn’t Need No Luck

    Tuesday, August 10

    Sometimes we throw the term “lucky” around a bit more than we might ought to. It’s like “love.” We love ice cream. We love mushrooms. We love a sunshiny day. We love Barbara Jean Dalrymple. Come on now. We can enjoy a mushroom. Or like a mushroom. But love one?

  • MHS Soccer Wins Two in Jamboree

    Sunday, August 8

    McKenzie High School Girls’ Soccer won two games in a pre-season jamboree at Crockett County.

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