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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 8-17-21

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In this issue

  • Area Populations Are Little Changed Over Decade

    Tuesday, August 17

    The results of the 2020 U.S. Census were released last week and show the changes to the nation’s population.

  • Farmers' Market News

    Tuesday, August 17

    Saturday was another great day at the McKenzie Farmers Market with over 250 customers visiting our great vendors. We are looking forward to some of our produce vendors being back at the market on Saturday, and we were glad to welcome some new vendors including the Memory Bears. These are a beautiful and memorable way to remember your loved ones or to remember favorite clothing of your children and grandchildren. Bring clothing, and other items in and a creative and unique bear is made from the items. Each is truly a work of art and makes a beautiful keepsake.

  • Health, Safety Discussed by McKenzie City Council

    Tuesday, August 17

    McKENZIE (August 12) — During the August meeting of the City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council, community health and safety was the focus of the meeting. The Council was informed by Mayor Jill Holland, the city will finally receive the promised digital antenna and necessary equipment from the County of Carroll. Once the antenna and repeater system is installed, the digital radio system used by the police department is supposed to work properly.

  • COVID-19 Update

    Tuesday, August 17

    The most recent complete data on COVID-19 infections in Tennessee was provided by the Tennessee Department of Health on Thursday, August 12.

  • Bateman is New Trezevant Councilman

    Tuesday, August 17

    Lloyd Bateman is the new Trezevant councilman. He was administered the oath of office on Tuesday, August 10 during the monthly meeting of the Trezevant Mayor-Council.

  • Volunteers Honored at Dixie Performing Arts Center

    Tuesday, August 17

    The volunteer ushers at The Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center were honored during the annual luncheon to celebrate their service. Ushers are the first faces patrons see as they enter The Dixie.

  • Hilburn Catches Big Fish

    Tuesday, August 17

    Garyn Hilburn, 11, Bruceton, the son of Teresa (David) Cawthon and Wayne (Andrea) Hilburn. He was fishing with his dad on July 10, 2021 and caught a long nosed Gar, 18-pound, 54-inch near Fort Pillow, at Cold Creek in Tenn. Garyn will attend Camden Jr High School, and is in sixth grade this fall.

  • Inglenook Book Club August News

    Tuesday, August 17

    The Inglenook Book Club met in June at Lakeside Senior Living Community with Zia Locke and Sally Sutton as hostesses. They had prepared a Hawaiian Luau theme with tables decorated with pineapples, miniature palm trees, and other Hawaiian symbols.

  • Former Governor Bill Haslam Speaks to WestStar

    Tuesday, August 17

    JACKSON (August 11) — On Wednesday, Former Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam addressed alumni of the WestStar Leadership Program at the Southwest Development District office in Jackson, Tennessee. Haslam spoke briefly about his career and new book, “Faithful Presence: The Promise and the Peril of Faith in the Public Square,” as part of the leadership program’s “Lunch-Learn-Leadership series.”

  • West Carroll Special School District Named National Beta District of Distinction

    Tuesday, August 17

    ATWOOD — National Beta announced West Carroll Special School District as a 2020-2021 National District of Distinction. This award is given to those deserving districts who offer National Beta in all schools in their district, and who induct qualifying students in all eligible grades (4-12). WCSSD is one of only 24 districts to receive this award nationwide.

  • McKenzie Banner August 17, 2021

    Tuesday, August 17

  • Firefighters, Community Remember Drake Pate

    Tuesday, August 17

    McKENZIE (August 14) — Area firefighters and other emergency responders, along with members of the community honored the memory of Drake Pate, 21, McKenzie with a ‘last call” memorial service on Saturday, August 14. The young man died in an ATV accident on August 7. He was a volunteer firefighter for the McKenzie Fire Department.

  • Kirsten Sass Receives Hero’s Sendoff as She Heads to Tokyo

    Tuesday, August 17

    CARROLL COUNTY (August 12) — Kirsten Winkler Sass was surprised with the tremendous outpouring of supporters in McKenzie and Huntingdon as she prepared to depart for Toyko for the paralympics.

  • Lady Rebels Rout Greenfield in Season Opener

    Tuesday, August 17

    GREENFIELD (August 10) — The McKenzie Middle School Lady Rebels opened the softball season Tuesday with a 29-0 rout of Greenfield Junior High.

  • Prep Football Season Opens Friday

    Tuesday, August 17

    The high school prep football season opens Friday night with McKenzie hosting Huntingdon, West Carroll travels to Bruceton and Gleason hosts Fulton County, Kentucky. All games are 7 p.m.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, August 17

    •Tracy Carol White Dunlap, 56, of Bruceton to Allen Gray Walden, Jr., 62, of Bruceton.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, August 17

    Theft — Officers are investigating the recent theft of money from parked vehicles on Cherry Blossom Drive in Huntingdon.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, August 17

    Tobin C. And Christy V. Eddlemon to Richard W. And Mary S. Otte in District 4.

  • Carroll County General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, August 17

    HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on August 11 and 12.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, August 17

    Theft — Jamie Lee Garrison, 42, of 7510 Highway 104 West, Cedar Grove, was recently charged with theft from a motor vehicle.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, August 17

    Violation of Probation — Christopher Dakota Terry, 22, Blooming Grove Road, McKenzie was arrested outside rooms 104-107 at Relax Inn as he stood with a gathering of people on August 12 at 1:03 a.m.

  • Recipes 8-17-21

    Tuesday, August 17

    Frozen Strawberry Dessert 1 cup flour 1/4 cup brown sugar 1 cup sugar 2 cup frozen strawberries 1/2 cup melted butter 1/2 cup chopped pecans 2 beaten egg whites 2 teaspoon lemon juice 1 cup cool whip

  • Weekly 150: The 2007 Rebels

    Tuesday, August 17

    For the last couple weeks, the Banner staff has been hunkered down prepping for the upcoming football season. Each year we publish our gridiron guide along with a host of football programs for area schools. While it is a painstaking process, we take pride in what we do and feel honored to help the schools.

  • From One Second Grader To Another

    Tuesday, August 17

    Max called. With questions. I leaned in a little. He is sometimes hard to understand over the phone. “KK, what was the name of your second grade teacher?”

  • TCAT-McKenzie - EEO

    Monday, August 16

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