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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 9-28-21


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In this issue

  • Sweet Tea and Southern Pickin’s Festival Was a Great Success

    Tuesday, September 28

    The streets of McKenzie were filled Friday and Saturday, September 24 and 25 with the Sweet Tea and Southern Pickin’s Festival, McKenzie Homecoming and a Bethel football game.

  • Hodges, Taylors Honored During Heritage Festival

    Tuesday, September 28

    HUNTINGDON (September 25) — Brooke Hodges was honored as the Citizen of the Year and the Parnell Taylor family was honored as the Pioneer Family of the Year during the 28th annual Huntingdon Heritage Day.

  • One Dies, One Injured After Shooting in Henry County

    Tuesday, September 28

    PARIS (September 27) — One person is dead and another remains in a Nashville hospital after sustaining gunshot wounds.

  • Huntingdon School Board Approves Energy Audit

    Tuesday, September 28

    The Huntingdon Special School District Board of Education met in their September session last Thursday with a reasonably short agenda.

  • Carmack’s Fish Barn Destroyed by Fire

    Tuesday, September 28

    COTTAGE GROVE — A local landmark was destroyed by fire Sunday night. Carmack’s Fish Barn, located at 2165 Hwy. 140, is a total loss.

  • CDC Approved Booster Dose Recommendations for Certain Populations

    Tuesday, September 28

    NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Department of Health is offering booster doses of COVID vaccine to certain populations, beginning Friday, September 24. The booster, just as the initial vaccines, is free of charge.

  • McKenzie Scarecrow Grove Returns

    Tuesday, September 28

    The annual Scarecrow Grove in the downtown Veteran’s Memorial Park is September 27 through October 31.

  • Annual Boo Bash is Canceled

    Tuesday, September 28

    McKenzie’s Boo Bash for the year 2021 is canceled.

  • McKenzie School Board Agenda for October 5

    Tuesday, September 28

    McKenzie Special School District Board of Education meets Tuesday, October 5, 5:30 p.m. at the McKenzie Middle School Library.

  • McKenzie Rotary Donates to Beating Hearts in Memory of Sally Shymkiw

    Tuesday, September 28

    The McKenzie Rotary Club donated $1,000 to the Beating Hearts Help Center in the memory of the late Sally Shymkiw. Through the club’s Fannye Baxter Moore Fund, the check was presented to Beating Heats Director Kathy Ham.

  • McKenzie Banner September 28, 2021

    Tuesday, September 28

  • Calendar 9-28-21

    Tuesday, September 28

    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.

  • McKenzie Wins Homecoming Contest

    Tuesday, September 28

    McKENZIE (September 24) — McKenzie celebrated Homecoming with events during the week including a bonfire last Thursday night and a parade through town during the day last Friday. Then on to the traditional crowning of the Homecoming Queen prior to the game Friday night. Sadie O’Brian was crowned this year’s football Homecoming Queen.

  • Mustangs Trampled Milan Bulldogs

    Tuesday, September 28

    HUNTINGDON (September 24) — Huntingdon (5-1) trampled Milan (1-4) Friday night at Paul Ward Stadium, rushing for 537 yards in a 63-33 win.

  • Bulldogs Win County Matchup Against Yellowjackets

    Tuesday, September 28

    GREENFIELD (September 24) — The Gleason Bulldogs pulled off a big win Friday night against Weakley County rival Greenfield. The Bulldogs shut out the Yellowjackets 28-0, improving their record to 4-2 for the regular season and 1-1 in Region 6-A.

  • Cats Win at Home Against Reinhardt

    Tuesday, September 28

    McKENZIE (September 25) — When the Bethel Wildcats played host to the No. 6 Reinhardt Eagles Saturday it marked the 470th game in program history. There have been exciting and memorable games in that mix but none probably with more twists and turns than Saturday’s affair at Wildcat Stadium. 

  • McKenzie Girls District Golf Champs, Boys Finish Third

    Tuesday, September 28

    The McKenzie Golf teams were in District Tournament action at Persimmon Hills Golf Course in Sharon last week with the boys playing on Monday and the girls played on Tuesday.

  • Thank You, From the Chappells

    Tuesday, September 28

    Dear Editor We take this opportunity to thank all who allowed us to celebrate MHS Homecoming 2021 in such a special way. A successful program requires so many components and they are all working together for this year’s Rebels.

  • Weekly 150: Carmack’s Fish Barn

    Tuesday, September 28

    It’s not uncommon to watch restaurants come and go over time for whatever reason, but Sunday’s fire at Carmack’s Fish Barn in Cottage Grove is heartbreaking. Since opening its doors in 1984, the restaurant has been a staple of Henry County cuisine.

  • I’d Like To Zip Some Codes!

    Tuesday, September 28

    Once upon a time Mr. Bill Thompson delivered our mail. He drove all the way out to the house everyday except Sunday. Without fail. Some of the mail was addressed to Leon Colbert at 1162 N. Stonewall. Some was addressed General Delivery. And sometimes it was simply Leon Colbert, McKenzie.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, September 28

    Morgan Katherine Limbaugh, 31, of McKenzie to Alex Olan Pierce, 28, of McKenzie.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, September 28

    Theft — It was reported on Sept. 18 that a 16-foot utility trailer valued at $1,800 with 86 square bales of hay on it valued at $520 was stolen from a barn at 13720 Highway 77 near Huntingdon.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, September 28

    Multiple Charges — According to a report filed by Officer Cody Coleman, he and several other officers went to a South Main Street residence on Thursday morning, September 16, to serve an indictment on Regina Bryant. Once contact was made with the occupants, one occupant gave a fake name to officers. Ashton Ridley, 19, of McKenzie, identified himself as Tristan Hood. Coleman identified Ridley and learned he had active warrants out of Weakley County. Weakley County did not want him due to COVID-19.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, September 28

    •Ruby McMinn to Danny Wade and Tracy McMinn in District 16.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, September 28

    HUNTINGDON (September 22-23) — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on September 22 and 23.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, September 28

    Aggravated Assault — Alvin Dark McClerkin, 69, of 120 Bridgeman Street, Lot #9, Huntingdon, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon following a Sept. 16 incident at his residence.

  • BANNER Statement of Ownership

    Monday, September 27

  • Zachary James Knuutila

    Thursday, September 23

     BRUCETON - Mr. Zachary James Knuutila, 28, of Bruceton, Tennessee died Sunday, September 19, 2021 at Tri-Star Summit Medical Center in Nashville. Funeral services are Thursday, September 23, …