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  • TCAT-McKenzie Students Medal at Tennessee Skills Competition

    Wednesday, June 5

    For the 12th year, TCAT-McKenzie HVAC/R and Major Appliance Repair instructor Terry Wilson took students to compete in the Tennessee Skills Competition in Chattanooga. Two of those students earned …

  • 19th Annual Steve McCadams ‘Casting For A Cure’ Kids Fishing Rodeo

    Wednesday, June 5

    The 19th annual Steve McCadams “Casting For A Cure” Kids Fishing Rodeo will be Saturday, June 8, 2019 at McKenzie City Park Lake. It is free to kids age 15 and under with lots of prizes …

  • Carroll County Purchasing Committee to Meet

    Wednesday, June 5

    The Carroll County Purchasing Committee meets Tuesday, June 11 at 9 a.m. in the conference room at the Carroll County Office Complex at 625 High Street, Huntingdon. Sealed bids for the courthouse …

  • Johnson Temple Juneteenth Celebration

    Wednesday, June 5

    Johnson Temple will present the second Juneteenth celebration in Carroll County Saturday, June 8 at 5 p.m. at Webb School with a “Juneteenth Feast” with a variety of food. All-you-can-eat …

  • Carroll County E911 Approves Listing Agreement

    Wednesday, June 5

    HUNTINGDON (May 21) — The Carroll County E911 board unanimously approved a listing agreement with West Tennessee Realty to sell the former E911 office on West Paris Street in Huntingdon with …

  • Enon Baptist Church Homecoming

    Wednesday, June 5

    Everyone is invited to Enon Baptist Church, Highway 79 South, McKenzie, on Sunday, June 9 for Homecoming services. Sunday school is at 10 a.m., with preaching at 11 a.m. There will be a noon meal. …

  • Robert Paul Davis

    Wednesday, June 5

    GLEASON — Services for Robert Paul Davis, 76, of Gleason were Thursday, May 30, 2019 at Williams Funeral Home of Gleason. Burial was in Hopewell Cemetery. He was born August 17, 1942 and died …

  • Lucky Walton

    Wednesday, June 5

    Mr. Lucky Tim Walton, 69, of Huntingdon, Tennessee died Sunday, June 2, 2019 at Jackson Madison County General Hospital. Funeral services were Thursday, June 6 in the Chapel of Chase Funeral Home. …

  • Carlie May Hugueley

    Wednesday, June 5

    GLEASON — Services for Carlie May Hugueley, 11, of Gleason were Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 3 p.m. at Williams Funeral Home of Gleason. Burial was in New Valley Cemetery.She was born November 9, …

  • Morning Glory June Yard of the Month

    Wednesday, June 5

    The Morning Glory Garden Club has awarded yard of the month for June to Mrs. Wynemia Mouser of Highland Drive. The yard is tastefully landscaped with beautiful double knockout roses across the front …

  • Triplex at 1000-Acre Lake to Serve Multiple Uses

    Wednesday, June 5

    HUNTINGDON (May 28) — A triplex manufactured building, located at the 1000-Acre Recreational Lake, will soon be available for meetings and other public events, according to Dale Kelley, …

  • West Tennessee Antique Engine, Tractor Show Draws Crowd

    Wednesday, June 5

    ATWOOD (June 1) — The annual West Tennessee Antique Engine and Tractor Show returned Saturday to the park at the intersection of Highway 79 and Highway 70.Approximately 25 machines were …

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Wednesday, June 5

    Warrant — A McKenzie man was arrested on an active warrant May 24 at his residence.Zachary Edward English, 28, of 17035 Highland Drive was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear. According …

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Wednesday, June 5

    DUI/Simple Possession — McKenzie Police were dispatched to the Exxon Gas Station Sunday night, June 2, in reference to suspicious activity. An employee advised that a female had just shot up in …

  • Property Transfers

    Wednesday, June 5

    •Calvin Elder to Hanafee Bros. Sawmill Co. Inc. in District 7.•Elisa D. Kyle to Zachary David Taylor in District 13.•Barbara and Ronald Joe Knuutila to Brandon Rutherford in District …

  • General Sessions Report

    Wednesday, June 5

    HUNTINGDON (May 29-30) — The following defendants were bound over to the Grand Jury last week in Carroll County General Sessions Court:Cody G. Mack, Laneview Concord Rd, Trenton, bound over on …

  • Marriage Licenses

    Wednesday, June 5

    •Logan Barrett Foster, 38, of Yuma to Erin Crystal Yarbro, 33, of Clarksburg.•Ashley Lynn Balius, 25, of Memphis to Benjamin Tyler Rollins, 26, of McKenzie.•Dylan Kirby Gooch, 26, of …

  • West Carroll Wins Alumni Contest

    Wednesday, June 5

    ATWOOD (May 31) — After several date changes and opponent changes, West Carroll’s Alumni Team stepped on the field one more time against a mixed team of Stewart County and Houston County …

  • McKenzie Baseball Teams Feted at Banquet

    Wednesday, June 5

    McKENZIE (May 2) — Players, coaches, parents and other supporters of McKenzie’s middle and high school baseball teams gathered in the high school cafeteria Sunday afternoon for a banquet …

  • Bethel’s Jeff Britt Assisting with the 2019 USA Men’s U19 National Team Training Camp

    Wednesday, June 5

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (June 4) — Six successful coaches will help the USA basketball Men’s U19 National Team coaching staff at training camp, including Rodney Billups (University of …

  • Bethel’s Thompson Awarded Coach of Character Award

    Wednesday, June 5

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Bethel University Baseball Coach Rusty Thompson was recently awarded the SSAC/NAIA Coach of the Year Character Award. Thompson just completed his 12th season as head coach of …

  • MHS Hosts Little Rebel Basketball Camp

    Wednesday, June 5

    McKENZIE (May 20-24) — The McKenzie High School boys basketball team hosted its annual Little Rebel Basketball Camp during the first week of summer vacation. A total of 62 future Rebels and …

  • Three Bethel Baseball Players Named 2019 NAIA Scholar-Athletes

    Wednesday, June 5

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) released the 2019 Daktronics NAIA Baseball Scholar-Athletes on Wednesday, May 29. Robert Morris (Ill.) led …

  • Bethel Baseball Cats Sign Henry County All-District Performer

    Wednesday, June 5

    McKENZIE — The Bethel Wildcat Baseball team signed Henry County standout Brandon Armour recently. Brandon is the son of Jordan and Missy Klutts of Paris, Tennessee and is undecided on his …

  • Bethel University Hockey to be Represented in Barcelona

    Wednesday, June 5

    McKENZIE — The World Juniors Hockey tournament is June 29 - July 4. The World Roller games are to take place July 6 - 13. The tournaments are at the Olympic facility in Barcelona. Two Bethel …

  • Men’s Basketball Adds Local to Staff

    Wednesday, June 5

    McKENZIE — Coach Jeff Britt announced Monday the addition of local product Brandon Hill to the men’s basketball staff. Hill will serve as a manager in the program. He is the son of Kevin …

  • Bethel Hosts First Ever Non-Sanctioned Table Tennis World Championship

    Wednesday, June 5

    McKENZIE — Bethel University will host the first-ever Non Sanctioned Table Tennis World Championships August 24 in Crisp Arena. Sanctioned events must have points associated with them that …

  • McKenzie Farmer’s Market is Open

    Wednesday, June 5

    The McKenzie Farmer’s Market is open each Saturday, 8 a.m. to noon until October. Vendors have foods, crafts, produce and meat available. Persons interested in setting up a booth can contact …

  • Build It…And They Will Remember!

    Wednesday, June 5

    I’ve been doing a study on Moonlight Graham and his role in “Field of Dreams”. Burt Lancaster, in his last acting appearance, portrayed Moonlight and he was on screen for just a few …

  • Looking Back from our Archives

    Wednesday, June 5

    10 YEARS AGO — Lynn Watkins was selected as the new director of schools for the McKenzie Special School District. *Construction began on Bethel College’s new state-of-the-art science …

  • Morrises to Celebrate 65th Wedding Anniversary

    Wednesday, June 5

    The children of Fred and Jean Morris are hosting a reception in honor of their parents’ 65th wedding anniversary. A reception is Saturday, June 8, 2-4 p.m. at Grace Baptist Church in McKenzie. …

  • Carroll County Awarded Bus Replacement Funds

    Wednesday, June 5

    NASHVILLE (May 22) — The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation announced on Wednesday, May 22, that Carroll County will be awarded funds from school bus replacement grant program …

  • Canovan Named New Civic Center Director

    Wednesday, June 5

    Ben Canovan of Huntingdon is the new director of the Carroll County Civic Center. He begins his service on June 10.Canovan was among approximately 40 applicants for the position. He interviewed with …

  • McKenzie Police Apprehend Fugitive Wanted in Arkansas

    Wednesday, June 5

    McKENZIE (May 30) — Officers with the McKenzie Police Department apprehended a wanted fugitive from Arkansas on Thursday at approximately 2:00 p.m. at a residence located within the city limits …

  • McKenzie Summer Reading Program Begins Wednesday

    Wednesday, June 5

    McKenzie Memorial Library’s annual Summer Reading Program features weekly events in June at the Park Theatre:Wednesday, June 5 at 2:30 p.m. — Russell Orr, NASA Solar System ambassador …

  • MMS is Vocabulary Bowl State Champion

    Wednesday, June 5

    McKENZIE — The students at McKenzie Middle School have worked diligently this school year, and their hard work has paid off, resulting in a state title as well as being nationally ranked for …

  • Electric Meter Project Nearing Completion

    Wednesday, June 5

    HUNTINGDON (May 30) — Approximately 12,000 of Carroll County Electric’s new electric meters are installed throughout the county leaving approximately 3,400 with the former analog meters …

  • Paris Native Goldstein to Perform at The Krider

    Wednesday, June 5

    The Paris-Henry County Arts Council welcomes singer/pianist Sammy Goldstein back to the Krider Performing Arts Center stage on Saturday, June 8, at 7 p.m.His concert “Celebrating Hollywood, …

  • Budget Amendments Highlight County Agenda

    Wednesday, June 5

    Ten resolutions on the agenda of the Carroll County Commission address fiscal year-end budget amendments to the 2018-19 budget.Commissioners convene June 10, 7 p.m. in the Conference Room of the …

  • U.S. Census Seeking Local Team Workers

    Wednesday, June 5

    McKENZIE (May 21) — McKenzie Rotary Club held Steve Belcher with the U.S. Census speak about the upcoming 2020 census.Belcher said the he supervises 14 rural counties, in which 2,000 temporary, …

  • Huntingdon Approves Two New Liquor Licenses

    Wednesday, June 5

    HUNTINGDON (May 28) — The Huntingdon Town Council gave local approval to two new liquor licenses during a public meeting that followed the regular council session.The Council, acting as the …

  • West Carroll Principal Tim Stratton Resigns

    Wednesday, June 5

    ATWOOD — West Carroll Jr/Sr High Principal Tim Stratton is among several school personnel who have tendered their resignation following the end of the school year. Also resigning is Keri Davis …

  • Huntingdons’ Keller Smith Competes in National Spelling Bee

    Wednesday, June 5

    Keller Smith, 14, an eighth grader at Huntingdon Middle School competed in the Scripps National Spelling Bee last week in Washington, D.C.Keller Smith won his fourth consecutive school spelling bee …

  • Site Work Begins on Pottery Direct

    Wednesday, June 5

    Forcum Lannom contractors began the site work on a new industry in the McKenzie/Carroll County Airport Industrial Park. Pottery Direct, a ceramic flowerpot manufacturer will invest over $8 million to …

  • Tera Townsend to Compete in Miss Tennessee Volunteer

    Wednesday, June 5

    HUNTINGDON (May 31) — Tera Townsend of Huntingdon is making her second appearance in the state’s top scholarship pageant on June 19-22. Friends, family, and many well-wishers attended a …

  • Cancer Survivors’ Dinner is June 11

    Wednesday, June 5

    On Tuesday, June 11, the Carroll County Relay For Life Survivor Dinner is at the Carroll County Civic Center. All cancer survivors, along with one guest, are invited to attend the dinner and evening …

  • Steve McCadams’ Kids’ Fishing Rodeo is This Weekend

    Wednesday, June 5

    Calling all youngsters who want to catch fish and win prizes at the same time!The 19th Annual Steve McCadams’ “Casting For A Cure” Kids Fishing Rodeo returns to McKenzie’s …

  • McKenzie Hosts ‘Smokin’ on the Square’

    Wednesday, June 5

    McKENZIE (June 1) — The City of McKenzie hosted its annual barbecue contest, “Smokin’ on the Square,” Saturday in downtown Veterans Park with a dozen teams from west and …

  • Dr. James T. Holmes

    Tuesday, June 4

    In 1956, The McKenzie Banner began “The Banner Salutes McKenzie Citizens.” Each week, through a panel of judges, a different person was selected for the honor. In the edition below, The …

  • Swimmer Drowns at Carroll County 1,000 Acre Lake

    Tuesday, June 4

    HUNTINGDON (May 29, 2019) – On Wednesday afternoon a diver from the Carroll County Rescue Squad recovered the body of an 18-year-old male swimmer at the Carroll County 1,000 Acre Recreational …

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