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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 9-20-22

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In this issue

  • MAGI Project Sends 5,552 Gift Boxes to Honduras, Elsewhere

    Tuesday, September 20

    McKENZIE — Children in Honduras and other countries will soon be blessed from other donations of toys, items for personal hygiene, clothing, school supplies, and candy - all packed in individual shoebox-size cardboard boxes. It part of the Making a Godly Impact (MAGI) to send Christmas gifts to children, who otherwise have no little to no gifts at Christmas.

  • Zoning Vote Stirs Emotions at County Board Meeting

    Tuesday, September 20

    HUNTINGDON (September 12) — The September meeting of the Carroll County Commissioner opened with a public hearing to discuss the possibility of zoning changes near Lake Halford formerly known as the Carroll County 1,000 Acre Lake.

  • Craig Moates Retires From McKenzie Police Department

    Tuesday, September 20

    Craig Moates has retired as the chief of police for McKenzie after eight years in the position, according to Mayor Jill Holland.

  • McKenzie Celebrates Award, Honors Retiring Businesspeople

    Tuesday, September 20

    McKENZIE (September 15) — The City of McKenzie, local businesses, and hundreds of area citizens celebrated two milestones - the recent Small City Progress Award awarded to the City of McKenzie at the Tennessee Municipal League, and the retirement of three long-time businesspeople.

  • Brock Martin Named Chiropractor of the Year

    Tuesday, September 20

    NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Chiropractic Association (TCA) presented Dr. Brock Martin of Huntingdon with their esteemed Chiropractor of the Year award for his significant achievements and dedication to excellence.

  • Huntingdon Heritage Festival Is Saturday

    Tuesday, September 20

    The Town of Huntingdon hosts its 29th Heritage Festival Saturday, September 24, with free, family-friendly activities from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This event is on Huntingdon’s historic town square. 

  • Carroll County Fair Part 2 is This Week

    Tuesday, September 20

    The Carroll County Fair kicked off Monday afternoon, September 19, with the Junior Livestock Show at 4 p.m. followed by the Junior Livestock Auction at 6 p.m.

  • Trezevant Board Approves Lake Resolution

    Tuesday, September 20

    The Trezevant Board met in their monthly session with a light agenda to deal with. The Board became one of the first municipal organizations to introduce and pass a resolution opposing the naming of the 1000 Acre Lake to Lake Halford.

  • Shands Selected Huntingdon Homecoming Queen

    Tuesday, September 20

    Huntingdon — Huntingdon High School celebrated Homecoming ’22 last week capped by the naming of the Homecoming Queen and Royalty and of course the Homecoming game.

  • Sydney Bosley Crowned West Carroll Homecoming Queen

    Tuesday, September 20

    Freshman Representative: Madison Polinski. Madison, the daughter of Tommy Polinski and Stephanie Polinski.

  • Mr., Miss Huntingdon High School

    Tuesday, September 20

    Two Huntingdon High School seniors were honored to be selected as Mr. and Miss HHS during a pep rally on the courthouse steps following the traditional Homecoming parade and pep rally on Friday, September 16.

  • Inglenook Book Club News

    Tuesday, September 20

    The Inglenook Book Club held its monthly meeting on September 14, 2022, at the Lakeside Senior Living Community in McKenzie with 18 members in attendance. Hostesses were Sally Sutton and Beverly Mueller. President Moore introduced our guest speakers, Beckie Smith and Courtney Kee from McKenzie Elementary School and talked about the backpack program, school donations and the food program. They expressed appreciation for the monthly school item donations and gave several new ideas and suggestions for future donations.

  • McKenzie Banner September 20, 2022

    Tuesday, September 20

  • Rebels Blank Perry County in Region Contest

    Tuesday, September 20

    LINDEN (September 16) — McKenzie Rebels blanked Perry County Vikings in a Region 6-1A contest on Friday, September 16. The Rebels traveled 1.5 hours to the middle Tennessee town of Linden.

  • Huntingdon 4-1 At Mid-Season

    Tuesday, September 20

    HUNTINGDON — The Huntingdon Mustangs lost their first game to McKenzie and now run off four straight wins since then against Jackson Southside, Camden, Riverside, and now Houston County’s Irish 61-26 for Homecoming.

  • War Eagles Tripped By Halls

    Tuesday, September 20

    ATWOOD — Homecoming was in the air last Friday night with West Carroll playing host to the Halls Tigers. The War Eagles have been hot so far this season coming into this game with a 4-0 record.

  • Huntingdon Hosts Cross Country Meet

    Tuesday, September 20

    The Huntingdon Mustang and Fillies Cross Country Team hosted a cross country meet on Tuesday, September 13. Several West Tennessee schools were represented in the meets.

  • Huntingdon Middle Hands Rebels First Loss

    Tuesday, September 20

    The anticipated battle between 4-0 McKenzie and 4-1 Huntingdon turned into a lopsided affair full of penalties with the Mustangs going home with a 38-14 win.

  • McKenzie Fall Sports Winning

    Tuesday, September 20

    McKenzie High School Soccer The McKenzie Lady Rebels are headed into the back half of their regular season schedule. They lost to Jackson Southside in a close contest 7-6 on Tuesday August 30. McKenzie had a 6-3 lead and it slipped away at the end for the loss.

  • Recipes 9-20-22

    Tuesday, September 20

    Mexican Nacho Cheese con queso Dip 1 -3pound box Velveeta Cheese 2 #8 cans Rotel tomatoes & chilies  1 -pound sausage Cube cheese in crockpot. Add Rotel tomatoes and chilies. Add browned sausage, drained. Cook on medium for about 1 hour or until well blended. Stir to blend well. Serve with nacho chips or poured over taco salad.

  • Calendar 9-20-22

    Tuesday, September 20

    Scholarship Shoot in Memory of Lee Russell Carroll County Sports Shooting Park is hosting a sporting clays shoot on October 1. The first flight is 9 a.m. and second flight is 1 p.m. 

  • Carroll County General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, September 20

    HUNTINGDON (September 14-15) — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court with Judge Michael King presiding.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, September 20

    Speeding/Outstanding Warrant — McKenzie Police Officers Derek Gannon and Jeremiah Brooks observed a tan Yukon speed past them on Hwy 79 on Saturday afternoon, September 17. Gannon initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle, driven by Benjamin Trull, 31, of Atwood. A drivers license check indicated an active warrant out of Stewart County for drugs. Trull was arrested and transported to Carroll County Jail for booking and pick-up by Stewart County deputies.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, September 20

    Harvey R. and Katie D. Borntrager to Ivan and Mattie Borntrager in District 16.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, September 20

    Debit Card Fraud — On September 6, a man came to the Huntingdon Police Department to file a report, stating he accidentally left his debit card in the ATM at a bank on East Main Street. 

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, September 20

    Kayley Danae Grisham, 29, McKenzie to William Allen Puckett, 24, McKenzie.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Report

    Tuesday, September 20

    Evading Arrest — On September 9th, Michael L. Wynnyk, 44, Jackson, was charged with a DUI and evading arrest.

  • MHS Golf Down to Tournament Time

    Tuesday, September 20

    The McKenzie Golf Teams wrapped up their regular season with two road matches at Milan Country Club on Tuesday, August 30 and Thursday, September 8 at Stewart County while their last match was at Carroll Lake Golf Course against Huntingdon and South Fulton.

  • Carroll County Fall Sports Schedule for September 19-24

    Tuesday, September 20

    Tuesday, September 20 Middle School Softball West Carroll at Greenfield, 5 p.m.

  • Weekly 150: Dale R. Kelley

    Tuesday, September 20

    Dale Kelley said, “Some men like to hunt or fish. I chose officiating basketball as my personal pursuit.”

  • Talk About Crime Not Paying!

    Tuesday, September 20

    It’s been almost four years since my wife stole our neighbor’s cat. That’s old news by now. Folks have even quit laughing at me when I walk into the grocery store or the Ace Hardware or church…           

  • Notice to Creditors - HANSEN

    Tuesday, September 20

  • Notice to Creditors - CHATHAM

    Tuesday, September 20

  • Public Notice - NWTN Board Meeting

    Tuesday, September 20