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Classifieds - April 16, 2019

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  • Carroll County Electric Installs Fiber for New Electronic Meters

    Wednesday, April 17

    Carroll County Electric Department is installing fiber optics as part of its rollout of the new electronic meters that will be installed at each and every customer’s location. The new meters …

  • Bethel Hockey Squad Beats Farmingdale State to Capture National Championship

    Wednesday, April 17

    ROCHESTER, NY — The Bethel University Wildcat D4 Hockey team beat Michigan State 4-1 Sunday morning and moved to the title match in the 2019 National Collegiate Roller Hockey Championships in …

  • McKenzie Easter Events

    Wednesday, April 17

    McKenzie Community Sunrise ServiceEaster Sunday, April 20 Community Sunrise Services are scheduled for 7 a.m. at Johnson Temple CME Church on Walnut Avenue near Webb School. Reverend Chris Johnson of …

  • Civic Center Committee to Meet

    Wednesday, April 17

    The Carroll County Civic Center Committee meets Thursday,  April 18, 2019 10 a.m. At the Carroll County Office Complex Conference Room at 625 High St. Huntingdon, Tenn. Civic Center Manager Mike …

  • City Votes to Seek Proposals For Solid Waste

    Wednesday, April 17

    McKENZIE (April 11) — McKenzie Mayor and Council voted Thursday to seek proposals for the collection and disposal of solid waste (garbage) for the residential and business community. The sealed …

  • City of McKenzie to Gift Land for New Library

    Wednesday, April 17

    McKENZIE — On August 9, 2018, before Mayor Jill Holland, the McKenzie City Council, and an audience of citizens, members of the McKenzie Public Library Enrichment Foundation, a 501(c) (3) …

  • Chancellor McGee Appointed to Court of Appeals

    Wednesday, April 17

    NASHVILLE (April 10) — Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee appointed Carma Dennis McGee to the Tennessee Court of Appeals, Western Section. She will replace Judge Brandon O. Gibson who was …

  • Two McKenzians Arrested on Drug Charges

    Wednesday, April 17

    McKENZIE (April 4) — Two McKenzians- one adult and one juvenile were arrested on drug charges following a traffic stop on Clear Lake Road in McKenzie.Hunter Stafford, 18, and an undisclosed …

  • Representative Holt Addresses Proposed Education Savings Account

    Wednesday, April 17

    MARTIN (April 13) — State Representative Andy Holt (R-Dresden) addressed approximately 100 persons during a multi-hour forum concerning Tennessee’s proposed Education Savings Account at …

  • Bethel University Wins First Major League Fishing College Championship

    Wednesday, April 17

    DAYTON - Eight boats/16 anglers from Bethel University competed in a head to head match up against the same amount of boats from in-state rival Bryan College from Dayton, Tennessee this weekend. The …

  • General Sessions Report

    Wednesday, April 17

    HUNTINGDON (April 10-11) — The following defendants were bound over to the Grand Jury last week in Carroll County General Sessions Court:Nancy Graves, Linden Street, McKenzie, bound over on …

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Wednesday, April 17

    DUI — A Huntingdon man was arrested during a April 6 traffic stop on Maytown Road.Eric J. Parker, 48, of 333 Myrtle Drive was charged with DUI (second offense), driving on a revoked license …

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Wednesday, April 17

    Public Intoxication — A local man was arrested during an April 4 domestic incident at a Huntingdon residence.Robert Lee Rush, 56, of Huntingdon was charged with public intoxication. According …

  • Marriage Licenses

    Wednesday, April 17

    •Ruth Helen Cunningham, 58, of Huntingdon to Gary Wayne Davis, 45, of Bruceton.•John Clay Tripplett, 54, of Trezevant to Sheila Ann Sutton, 51, of Atwood.•William Bradley Minton, 36, …

  • Property Transfers

    Wednesday, April 17

    •Linda L. Smith to Megan and Bobby Swafford in District 4.•John A. Greer to James E. Sulton III and others in District 2.•Levi and Mallory Vondenhuevel to Osker and Henrietta Seiber in …

  • Geraldine Mae Brown

    Wednesday, April 17

    McKENZIE — Ms. Geraldine Mae Brown, 79, of McKenzie, Tennessee died Friday, April 12, 2019 at the Baptist Hospital in Huntingdon.A memorial service will be held in New Jersey at a later …

  • Kristine Ann Grace

    Wednesday, April 17

    HUNTINGDON — Ms. Kristine Ann “Manley” Grace, 32, of Huntingdon, Tennessee, died Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at the Baptist Hospital in Huntingdon, Tennessee.Ms. Grace was born September …

  • Thomas George Campbell

    Wednesday, April 17

    HUNTINGDON — Mr. Thomas “Tommy” George Campbell, 80, of Huntingdon, died Thursday, April 11, 2019 at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital.Funeral services were Sunday, April 14, …

  • Chester Baumgardner

    Wednesday, April 17

    CEDAR GROVE — Mr. Chester Ray Baumgardner, 70, of Cedar Grove, Tennessee died Saturday April 13, 2019.Funeral services were Tuesday April 16, 2019 in the Chapel of Dilday-Carter Funeral Home. …

  • Annis May Blankenship

    Wednesday, April 17

    HUNTINGDON — Mrs. Annis May (Cox) Blankenship, 98, of Huntingdon, Tennessee died Wednesday, April 10, 2019, at Huntingdon Health and Rehabilitation Center.Funeral services were Saturday, April …

  • Ellen J. Watson

    Wednesday, April 17

    GLEASON — Private graveside services are scheduled for Ellen J. Watson following her cremation.Mrs. Watson, 84, died April 12, 2019 at West Tenn. Healthcare Volunteer Hospital. She was born …

  • Ribbon-Cutting Held at Rolling Hills Miniature Golf

    Wednesday, April 17

    GLEASON (April 12) — In anticipation of Monday’s Grand Opening, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at Rolling Hills Miniature Golf on Highway 22 Friday, hosted by the Weakley County …

  • McKenzie Boys Basketball Honored with Proclamation

    Wednesday, April 17

    McKENZIE (April 11) — The McKenzie High School Boys Basketball team was honored Thursday evening with a Mayoral Proclamation from Mayor Jill Holland and member of the City Council. The …

  • Carroll County Grants Raises to Librarian, Certified Financial Officers

    Wednesday, April 17

    HUNTINGDON (April 12) — Carroll County Budget Committee voted to grant pay raises for the county librarian, two employees who will soon be certified finance officers, and part-time employees, …

  • You Talk About Some Colorful Eggs...

    Wednesday, April 17

    I never in my life thought I’d say this; but I kind’a miss those Easter Sunday hats that ladies wore “once upon a time”...You’ve got to be pretty old to know what …

  • Looking Back from our Archives

    Wednesday, April 17

    10 YEARS AGO — Bethel College announced a record enrollment of 2,626 for the Spring 2009 semester.20 YEARS AGO — Strong thunderstorms with winds reaching 50 miles per hour caused …

  • Carroll Lake Still Closed to Fishing

    Wednesday, April 17

    McKENZIE — Carroll Lake, near McKenzie, is closed to fishing. TWRA said fishing can resume next year.After nearly six years dormant, the lake is scheduled to open in the spring of 2020, …

  • Blessed Assurance

    Wednesday, April 17

    In any society the establishment of a house of worship is one of the most important establishments constructed. McKenzie and its surrounding territory has as deep and rich religious tradition. …

  • Mustangs Sweep Rebels in Home, Away Pair

    Wednesday, April 17

    HUNTINGDON/McKENZIE (April 9-10) — The Huntingdon Mustangs and McKenzie Rebels hosted each other last week for a pair of District 11A baseball contests. The two games were wildly different in …

  • Bulldogs Top Rockets, 17-7

    Wednesday, April 17

    CLARKSBURG (April 11) — The Clarksburg High School Rockets hosted Gleason Thursday for a non-district baseball contest. The Rockets out-hit the Bulldogs, but Gleason took advantage of nine …

  • Rebels Rout Mustangs, 19-3

    Wednesday, April 17

    HUNTINGDON (April 12) — The Huntingdon Mustangs hosted the McKenzie Rebels Friday for a middle school baseball contest. The Rebels jumped ahead early and finished with a huge inning for a 19-3 …

  • Rebels Surge Late to Top Chargers, 10-4

    Wednesday, April 17

    MARTIN (April 11) — The McKenzie Middle School Rebels traveled Thursday to face the Martin Chargers. The game was tied entering the fourth, but the Rebels scored eight in the last three frames …

  • Lady Bulldogs Sweep Lady Falcons in Twin Bill

    Wednesday, April 17

    GLEASON (April 11) — The Gleason High School Lady Bulldogs hosted Lake County Thursday for a doubleheader of District 13A softball contests. Both games went down to the wire, with Gleason …

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Wednesday, April 17

    Theft/Driving on Revoked/Suspended License — A Waverly man was arrested on multiple charges by Officer Jeff Winberry, Monday, April 8, after McKenzie Police received a call from Cornerstone …

  • Looking Back from our Sports Archives

    Wednesday, April 17

    10 YEARS AGO — High School Softball: West Carroll Lady War Eagles 12, McKenzie Lady Rebels 11.*High School Baseball: Huntingdon Mustangs 15, McKenzie Rebels 1; Mustangs 19, Central Tigers 4.20 …

  • Middle School Baseball Rebels Rout Lions, 11-3

    Wednesday, April 17

    McKENZIE (April 9) — The McKenzie Middle School Rebels hosted Trinity Christian Academy Tuesday for an afternoon baseball contest. The Rebels blew the game open in the second inning and cruised …

  • War Eagles Sweep Big Sandy

    Wednesday, April 17

    ATWOOD — West Carroll picked up a pair of district wins last Tuesday sweeping Big Sandy in a doubleheader by identical scores of 16-1.In the first game, the War Eagles hammered out 11 hits …

  • NWTN Class A All-Stars

    Wednesday, April 17

    GLEASON — Gleason High School hosted the Northwest Tennessee Class A All-Stars last Friday, April 12. Seniors from several local high schools participated in a girls contest and boys contest. …

  • Bradford Tops Lady Bulldogs

    Wednesday, April 17

    GLEASON (April 9) — The Gleason High School Lady Bulldogs hosted Bradford Tuesday for a District 13A softball contest. The Lady Red Devils racked up 14 hits and took advantage of four Gleason …

  • Lady War Eagles Hammer Milan

    Wednesday, April 17

    MILAN (April 11) — The West Carroll Lady War Eagles made the short trip to face the Milan Lady Bulldogs Thursday for a non-district softball contest. The Lady War Eagles mashed 13 hits …

  • Lady War Eagles Drop Contest to USJ

    Wednesday, April 17

    ATWOOD — West Carroll’s Lady War Eagles played host to USJ’s Lady Bruins last Tuesday afternoon, April 9, giving up too many runs in the later innings and falling 9-5.USJ scored …

  • Patrick Willis to be Inducted in Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame

    Wednesday, April 17

    NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame announced its nine-member 2019 class last Thursday, April 11, and it includes Bruceton native and former San Francisco 49er linebacker Patrick …

  • Two Homers for Travis, Two No-Hitters for Brown Earn Lady Rebels Sweep in Clarksburg Twin Bill

    Wednesday, April 17

    McKENZIE (April 9) — In District 11A softball action, the McKenzie High School Lady Rebels earned a quick sweep of the Clarksburg Lady Rockets Tuesday.In the opener, the McKenzie offense …

  • Ensley Hits for Cycle as HHS Mustangs Trample Cardinals, 9-1

    Wednesday, April 17

    HUNTINGDON (April 5) — The Huntingdon High School Mustangs hosted Adamsville Friday for a non-district baseball contest. A 9-1 Mustang win featured a rare accomplishment as Hunter Ensley hit …

  • Rebels Top Bulldogs, 7-3

    Wednesday, April 17

    MILAN (April 9) — The McKenzie High School Rebels traveled Tuesday to face the Milan Bulldogs for a non-district soccer contest. The Rebels earned their first win of the season, 7-3.Francisco …

  • Huntingdon Basketball Coaches Step Down, Two New Coaches Hired

    Wednesday, April 17

    HUNTINGDON — Huntingdon High School has announced Fillies coach Farris Lowry is retiring and Mustang coach Jonathan Kee is stepping down to focus on his job as principal and his family.Coach …

  • McKenzie High School Hosts Basketball Banquet

    Wednesday, April 17

    McKENZIE (April 14) — Players, coaches, family members, administrators, sponsors and supporters packed the McKenzie High School cafeteria Sunday afternoon to celebrate a great basketball season …

  • Dexter Williams to be Inducted in Jackson-Madison County Sports Hall of Fame Thursday

    Wednesday, April 17

    JACKSON — A Carroll County native is among five persons who make up the 34th class to be inducted into the Jackson-Madison County Sports Hall of Fame this Thursday, April 18. The induction …

  • Korean War Soldier Laid to Rest in Atwood

    Wednesday, April 17

    A soft, cool rain fell on Pisgah Cemetery in Atwood Saturday as the flag-draped coffin with the body of Corporal Benjamin White Scott was carried by a military honor guard from a white hearse to a …

  • Annual Cancer Bake Auction is This Week

    Tuesday, April 16

    The annual Cancer Bake Auction began April 15 and continues each weekday afternoon through April 19 at McKenzie church of Christ, 16300 Highland Drive, McKenzie. It can be heard on radio stations …

  • The Banner Business Coffee

    Tuesday, April 16

    The Banner is hosting a Business Coffee Thursday, April 25 from 7-9 a.m. Joel Washburn and The Banner staff invite you to have coffee and homemade refreshments made by Teresa. Register for free …

  • Liberty All Cemetery Cleaning

    Tuesday, April 16

    The annual cleaning of the Liberty All Cemetery is Saturday, April 20 at 8 a.m. All interested persons please bring your tools and help clean the cemetery. The cemetery is located at 2415 Old Stage …

  • Dining with Diabetes

    Tuesday, April 16

    The Carroll County Extension Office is offering Dining with Diabetes classes beginning May 10 at 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Office on Aging (625 High St. Suite 108, Huntingdon). The Dining with …

  • Buddy McKinney

    Friday, April 12

    Funeral services for H.R. “Buddy” McKinney age 91, are Friday, April 12, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at Brummitt-McKenzie Funeral Home. The family will receive friends Friday, April 12, 2019 at …

  • Shepherd’s Table is April 16

    Wednesday, April 10

    Everyone is invited to share a meal at The Shepherd’s Table, a community kitchen created by the volunteers at the First Presbyterian Church of Huntingdon. Each month new faces join the crew for …

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