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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 4-6-21

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In this issue

  • Overflow Church Hosts Easter Carnival

    Thursday, April 8

    McKENZIE (April 3) — Overflow Church, located on Highland Drive, McKenzie, hosted an Easter Carnival in front of the church, which was the former Rural King.

  • McKenzie High School Juniors Learn About Tosh Farms

    Wednesday, April 7

    McKENZIE — McKenzie High School juniors learned about the swine operations of Tosh Farms, based in Henry. The juniors were apprised of the operations and the job opportunities at the livestock, trucking, and farming company. Three baby pigs were in the auditorium for the students to see. Those three went to new homes at the end of the program.

  • Congressman David Kustoff Visits The RailYard Co-Working Space

    Wednesday, April 7

    McKENZIE (APRIL 5) — U.S. Congressman David Kustoff was in McKenzie on Monday to visit the new RailYard Co-Working Space in downtown McKenzie.

  • World’s Biggest Fish Fry Headquarters Opens

    Tuesday, April 6

    PARIS (April 3) — The 68th Annual World’s Biggest Fish Fry held its grand opening Saturday at the Tyson Avenue headquarters in Paris. During the ribbon cutting ceremony, George Combs, Jr. was announced as the 2021 Fish Fry Grand Marshal and the souvenir book was named in Tim Alsobrooks’ memory. Combs, a retiree from BPU, is known for his love of the community and is considered a goodwill ambassador for Paris and Henry County. Alsobrooks, a local radio personality, who died suddenly in 2019, was a huge supporter of the Fish Fry and Henry County.

  • Carroll County Commission To Vote on Lake Funding

    Tuesday, April 6

    HUNTINGDON — Carroll County commissioners will vote on a resolution to limit the amount of ‘growth’ funds it grants to the Carroll County Watershed Authority when they meet Monday, April 5, 7 p.m. at the Civic Center.

  • State Junior Championship is Coming to Carroll County

    Tuesday, April 6

    The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce announces that on May 8, 2021, the Carroll County Thousand Acre Recreational Lake will host the Tennessee Bass Nation State Junior Championship.

  • Jan Latimer Named Vice President of TCAT-McKenzie

    Tuesday, April 6

    McKenzie resident Jan Humphreys Latimer, is returning to the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-McKenzie to assume the role of vice-president, vacated when John Penn Ridgeway was elected as mayor of Henry County.

  • High-Speed Chase Leads to Arrest of Convicted Felon

    Tuesday, April 6

    A high speed chase about 2 a.m. Saturday led to the arrest of Michael J. Gukeisen, 33, of Huntingdon.

  • McKenzie Elementary Third Quarter Honor, Merit Roll

    Tuesday, April 6

    Honor Roll First Grade C. Barton: Heath Johnson, Taylor Little and Samantha Umstead. K. Brown: Addilyn Brown, Samuel Burgess, Olivia Fontana, Tynleigh Kornegay, Anna Grace Robertson and Devin Towne.

  • Rebels Rout Red Devils, 12-2

    Tuesday, April 6

    McKENZIE (April 2) — The McKenzie High School Rebels hosted Bradford Friday for a non-district baseball contest. The Rebels poured on the runs early for a 12-2 victory.

  • Lady Rebels Shut Out Lady War Eagles

    Tuesday, April 6

    ATWOOD (April 1) — The West Carroll High School Lady War Eagles hosted McKenzie Thursday for a district softball contest. The Lady Rebels scored in every inning while shutting out West Carroll for a 17-0 win in five innings.

  • Fillies Top Lady Rebels, 13-3

    Tuesday, April 6

    HUNTINGDON (March 30) — The Huntingdon High School Fillies hosted McKenzie Tuesday for a district softball contest. The Fillies jumped out to an early lead en route to a 13-3 victory.

  • Rebels Take Two From Tigers

    Tuesday, April 6

    McKENZIE, BRUCETON (March 29-30) — The McKenzie High School Rebels swept a home-away district baseball series with Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central Monday and Tuesday. The Rebels hosted Monday and pulled away late for a 9-4 victory. Tuesday, the Tigers hosted, but the McKenzie offense struck early and sealed a 13-1 win with a big sixth inning.

  • Federal Tax Filing Deadline Extended to May 17

    Tuesday, April 6

    WASHINGTON (from irs.gov) — The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service announced the federal income tax filing due date for individuals for the 2020 tax year will be automatically extended from April 15, 2021, to May 17, 2021. The IRS will be providing formal guidance in the coming days.

  • Weekly 150: Camp Gordon Browning

    Tuesday, April 6

    On April 5, 1933, through an executive order, Roosevelt created the Civilian Conservation Corps or CCC. This “New Deal” legislation was designed to put hundreds of thousands of young men to work on environmental conservation projects. By July 1, 1933, 1,433 work camps were established and employing 300,000 men. It was the most rapid peacetime mobilization in American history.

  • Calendar 4-6-21

    Tuesday, April 6

    McKenzie Beauty Reviews are April 10 McKenzie High School Marching Rebels and McKenzie High School announce the date of the Little Mr. and Miss, Jr. Miss, and Miss McKenzie beauty reviews for 2021. Last year’s events were canceled because of the pandemic. 

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, April 6

    DUI — Sarah G. Cole, 30, Reynoldsburg Road, Springville was charged with DUI and simple possession on Sunday, April 4.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, April 6

    Multiple Drug Charges — Cameron M. Orr, 45, of Huntingdon and Marlon Devon McClerkin (age not provided) were both arrested on multiple drug charges following the warranted search of a Huntingdon residence.

  • Carroll County General Sessions

    Tuesday, April 6

    HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on March 31 and April 1.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, April 6

    •Nathan and Marilyn Chamberlain to April Coleman in District 2.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, April 6

    •James Ray Riggan, 44, of Clarksville to Janet Lou Longworth Ruddy, 44, of McKenzie.

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