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By Glenn MolletteGMollette@aol.comMay 30, 1868 was the first official Decoration Day. The day was declared by General John A. Logan and observed at Arlington National Cemetery. Volunteers that day … more
Does Article I Section 8 of the US Constitution state that Congress has the power to declare war? Further, does it state that the Congress has the power to raise and support armies, but no … more
David Mark called, “Let’s go to Adobe Walls.”“OK.” He’s the only brother I have left. I’m going to do about whatever he says. “Isn’t that up by … more
McKenzie Eighth Grade Graduation, 1948, at Miss Ophie Everett’s home on Magnolia Ave. First Row (L to R): Kenneth Townsend, Billy Hall, Ann Sneed, Gaylon Hickman, Joyce Hill, Marty Carter … more
On Friday, May 10, Tennessee Wildlife Federation hosted its 54th Annual Conservation Achievement Awards at Loveless Cafe Barn, in Nashville. Lance Rider of McKenzie was honored with the On Target … more
The Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreational Lake has a new lakeside residential community. Fisherman’s Cove’s developers held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, May 17 to mark the start … more
The McKenzie Banner will have an early deadline for both advertising and news because of the Monday, May 27 Memorial Day holiday.Friday, May 24 noon is the final deadline for news and advertising.The … more
COOKEVILLE — Tara Neutzler and Donald Schoenthal, the same couple arrested in Atwood on 300 charges of Animal Cruelty, have been arrested and charged with identical charges in Putnam County. … more
This special keepsake edition of The Banner is a celebration of the 340 seniors from McKenzie, Huntingdon, West Carroll, Central, Clarksburg and Gleason who have recently completed their high school … more
HUNTINGDON (May 15) — West Tennessee Public Utilities and USDA Rural Development announced a major expansion of natural gas lines in Weakley County to serve the area of Dukedom. The … more
The City of McKenzie is hosting its annual Memorial Day program on Monday, May 27, 10 a.m. in Veterans Park, downtown McKenzie. Emily Bolin, a 2019 graduate of McKenzie High School is a national … more
The Town of Huntingdon will host the 17th Annual Memorial Day Ceremony at 10 a.m. Monday, May 27, 2019 at Thomas Park on East Main Street in Huntingdon. The commemoration will remember those who died … more
The Annual Memorial Day program Is held at Liberty All United Methodist Church located at 2415 Old Stage Road in Huntingdon on Sunday, May 26, at 10:45 a.m.Staff Sergeant David Brewer is the guest … more
MEMPHIS (May 16) — Fred’s has announced another round of store closures five weeks after announcing they were closing 159 underperforming stores and holding inventory liquidations at … more
McKENZIE/WASHINGTON DC — A McKenzie city marshal, who was slain during an ambush on December 7, 1898 in McKenzie, Tennessee, was memorialized in two ceremonies on Monday, May 13.McKenzie Police … more
McKENZIE (May 10) — Sergeant Andy Weaver returned home Friday from a 10-month deployment to Poland with the 278th Armor Calvary of the U.S. Army. His specialty is a gunner on a M1A1 Abrams … more
NASHVILLE — A McKenzie teacher is among thirty-one educators selected for the 2019-20 class of the Tennessee Educator Fellowship through a competitive admissions process, the State … more
HUNTINGDON — Carroll County commissioners approved a contract with the Tennessee Department of Transportation to construct an industrial access road for Pottery Direct in the industrial park at … more
HUNTINGDON (May 10) — Carroll County Election Commission needs new voting machines and the Sheriff’s Department is seeking significant pay raises for personnel in the Sheriff’s and … more
The first time I consciously appreciated summer was after I had been captured and held against my will in the first grade for nine months. I was a bit “shaken” by the daunts of adding and … more
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