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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 9-21-21

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In this issue

  • Pride of the Southland Band Includes Two McKenzie Graduates

    Wednesday, September 22

    KNOXVILLE — Claudia Patrick, a 2020 graduate of McKenzie High School, is a color guard member of The Pride of the Southland for a second year. Claire Cottrill, a 2021 graduate of McKenzie High school, is a first year trumpet player for The Pride Of The Southland. Both were in the McKenzie Marching Rebels Band.

  • Tennessee Fish, Wildlife Changes License Duration

    Tuesday, September 21

    The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission (TFWC) approved changing licenses to 365-day duration instead of expiring at the end of February each year. The new rule goes into effect beginning March 1, 2022.

  • Bassmaster Junior National Championship Returns to County

    Tuesday, September 21

    The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce announces the launch and weigh-in times for the 2021 Bassmaster Junior National Championship on October 8 and 9.

  • Cash Express Honors First Responders

    Tuesday, September 21

  • McMackin Kills Trophy Deer

    Tuesday, September 21

  • Community Leaders Hear WTPU Speak of Growth, Community Service

    Tuesday, September 21

    McKENZIE (September 8) — West Tennessee Public Utilities officials sponsored a luncheon for community leaders to thank them for their support of the natural gas utility. The event was held at Bethel University. They also promised to be progressive, community servants to serve the people, businesses, and industries of a five-county service area.

  • Inglenook Book Club September News

    Tuesday, September 21

    The Inglenook Book Club met in September at Lakeside Senior Living Center with Linda Edge and Donna Ward as hostesses.

  • County Commissioners Reject Birthday Holidays for Highway Department

    Tuesday, September 21

    HUNTINGDON (September 13) — Carroll County Commissioners rejected a proposal to add a holiday for birthdays of employees of the Carroll County Highway Department, even though department employees had taken it as a paid holiday in the past.

  • Sass, Dixon Competes in Tokyo, Huntingdon

    Tuesday, September 21

    HUNTINGDON (September 18) — The third annual Dixie Triathlon was held at the Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreation Lake on Saturday, September 18. Hundreds of competitors raced in one of two races: Sprint Distance: 500 meter swim • 16 mile bike • 5k run or the Olympic Distance: 1.5k swim • 40k bike • 10k run

  • Huntingdon To Celebrate Heritage Festival This Saturday

    Tuesday, September 21

    HUNTINGDON — After COVID-19 put the longstanding Carroll County tradition on hold last year, the Town of Huntingdon is ready to celebrate its 28th Heritage Festival on Saturday, Sept. 25, with free, family-friendly activities planned from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Huntingdon’s historic Court Square.

  • Carroll County Fair is This Week

    Tuesday, September 21

    HUNTINGDON — Carroll County Fair returns this year in a modified fashion. The pay-one-price admission allows attendance to the events at the Carroll County Fairgrounds, located at the Carroll County Civic Center.

  • Trezevant Board Approves Sunday Beer Sales on First Reading

    Tuesday, September 21

    The Trezevant Board of Aldermen met in their September session following a beer board meeting and a pubic hearing last Tuesday evening, September 14. During the beer board meeting they recommended to the city board that Sunday beer sales hours be allowed.

  • McKenzie Homecoming Court Announced

    Tuesday, September 21

    Five McKenzie High School senior ladies were selected to serve as the Homecoming Court. One will be crowned as queen on Friday evening, September 24 in pre-game ceremonies at Randy Thomas Field.

  • McKenzie Sweet Tea and Southern Pickin’s Festival is Friday, Saturday

    Tuesday, September 21

    McKenzie Sweet Tea Festival has a new emphasis on antiques and pickings this year.

  • McKenzie Banner September 21, 2021

    Tuesday, September 21

  • Huntingdon Mustangs Shut Out Houston County in Region Win

    Tuesday, September 21

    ERIN, Tennessee (September 17) — Friday night the Huntingdon Mustangs picked up their fourth straight win of the season and second win in Region 7-AA. The hour and a half trek to middle Tennessee proved to be a cakewalk as the Mustangs defeated the Fighting Irish 54-0.

  • Gleason Loses to In-County Rival, Dresden

    Tuesday, September 21

    DRESDEN (September 17) — Gleason did not come away with the result they wanted in the 41-0 loss to Dresden, but it was a night to memorize the team’s biggest fan, Jimmy Belew, who died on Saturday, September 11.

  • McKenzie High School Golf Team 2021

    Tuesday, September 21

  • West Carroll Claims Fifth Win of Season

    Tuesday, September 21

    While senior Xander Moon has been a touchdown machine the past couple of weeks, West Carroll has a solid backfield with three running backs.

  • McKenzie Soccer Splits Matches

    Tuesday, September 21

    McKenzie’s Lady Rebel Soccer was on the road twice last week for two matches winning one and losing one.

  • McKenzie Rebels Golf Closes Regular Season

    Tuesday, September 21

    As this year’s golf season is quickly winding up, the Rebel Golfers were home at Carroll Lake this afternoon for their last home match of the season. Joining the Rebels today were players from Huntingdon and Obion County. For the Lady Rebels, Jaden Barton and Juleyanne Weatherford, the only two senior players this year, tied for low medalist, each having a 42, which added another win to the ladies’ record. Ayden Smith led the Rebels with his low medalist score of 41. Nolan Renfro contributed a 44, snagging a win for the Rebels over both Huntingdon and Obion County!

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, September 21

    Driving On Suspended License — On Saturday, September 11, Officer Andy Weaver observed a gray Jeep Cherokee disregard the stop sign at the intersection of Como Street and Bethel Court. Weaver initiated a traffic stop and found the driver to be James Joseph Bell , 38, Georgia Ave, McKenzie. A license check revealed he was driving on a revoked license due to an earlier DUI conviction. Bell was arrested for driving on a suspended license and cited into court..

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, September 21

    *Kara Lyn Rumley, 25, of Huntingdon to Jordan Jeffrey Melson, 23, of Huntingdon.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, September 21

    Margaret T. Felts to Brandon L. and Ashley M. Sellers.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, September 21

    Goat At Large — John R. Jordan, 38, of 95 Maytown Road, Huntingdon, was cited for animal running at large following a recent incident involving his goat.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, September 21

    The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on September 15 and 16. Cases bound over to Carroll County Circuit Court were:

  • Recipes 9-21-21

    Tuesday, September 21

    Earthquake Cake 1 can flaked coconut 1 cup chopped nuts 1 box German Chocolate Cake Mix 8 ounce cream cheese 1 box confectioners sugar 1 stick margarine, melted Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In 9x13 pan, put coconut and nuts. Prepare cake mix as directed on box. Pour over coconut and nuts. Mix cream cheese, confectioners sugar and margarine. Spoon in dollops over cake. Swirl into cake mix. Bake for 45-50 minutes.

  • Calendar 9-21-21

    Tuesday, September 21

    Everett’s Chapel Cemetery Association to Meet The Everett’s Chapel Cemetery Association will meet Sunday, October 3, 2 p.m. at Union Grove Baptist Church off Hwy. 124. Everyone is invited.

  • Weekly 150: J.C. Popplewell

    Tuesday, September 21

    Coach J.C. Popplewell was considered a “true teacher” by his colleagues and his students who long recalled their admiration for the former coach. A narrative in the 1987-88 Henry County Elementary School yearbook reads of Popplewell, “He is well-liked and much respected by his students as well as by his peers in the education field. He gives us his all every day in the P.E. classes he teaches. He is always there to lend a kind word, to give a little one an extra smile on their first day of school, to loan 50 cents for a Coke, to encourage or just to care.

  • One Quick Question

    Tuesday, September 21

    Can anyone tell me how it came to be that our government can mandate employers (with 100 employees or more) be vaccinated or tested weekly for COVID while thousands are coming across our southern borders wearing no masks and showing no proof of vaccination?

  • Spreading It On Pretty Thick

    Tuesday, September 21

    Mother didn’t actually lie to us. I don’t think. She said it was mayonnaise. We called it mayonnaise. It wasn’t all that complicated. Besides, it was white and creamy…like you expected mayonnaise to be.

  • Substitute Trustee Sale - BRADLEY

    Tuesday, September 21

  • Notice to Creditors - SAWYERS

    Tuesday, September 21

  • McKenzie City Council Meeting

    Tuesday, September 21

  • Trustees Notice of Sale - RIMMER

    Tuesday, September 21