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Classifieds - March 26, 2019

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  • Errors Cost Rebels in Loss to Patriots

    Wednesday, March 27

    McKENZIE (March 21) — The McKenzie High School Rebels hosted Henry County on a chilly Thursday for a non-district baseball contest. Six errors committed by the Rebels led to the three unearned …

  • Abner Doubleday Didn’t Lift a Finger

    Wednesday, March 27

    God Invented Baseball Of that, there is no doubt. And those poor misguided souls who believe there are no absolutes—absolutely don’t have a clue!90 feet between bases could only be a …

  • Looking Back from our Archives

    Wednesday, March 27

    10 YEARS AGO — Bethel College announced that it would transition to Bethel University.*The Trezevant town council approved the installation of speed bumps on Holmes Street, Crooked Street and …

  • Untie Yourself

    Wednesday, March 27

    There is a scene in an old Western or two in which a crooked banker ties up his own hands or lets someone else do it to give the appearance he was robbed. Think about how you falsely tie yourself up …

  • March Inglenook Book Club News - 2019

    Wednesday, March 27

    The Inglenook Book Club met March with 22 members present at the home of Marilynn Putman. Shirley Martin was co-hostess.President Ward proudly displayed the third place trophy our team won at the …

  • Fillies Tame Lady Lions

    Wednesday, March 27

    HUNTINGDON — The Fillies played host to Camden’s Lady Lions last Tuesday, March 19 scoring all their runs in the first three innings and holding off Camden in the later innings for a 4-2 …

  • Rebel Stephone Haynes Signs with Defiance College Football

    Wednesday, March 27

    McKENZIE (March 22) — Family members, coaches, teammates, teachers and classmates gathered in the McKenzie High School Theatre Friday for a signing ceremony as senior Stephone Haynes committed …

  • Gleason Pounds Big Sandy

    Wednesday, March 27

    GLEASON — Gleason claimed their first win of the young season defeating Big Sandy 15-5 Thursday, March 21 at home.After a scoreless first inning for both teams, Gleason plated 8 runs in the …

  • West Carroll Wins One on the Road

    Wednesday, March 27

    MARTIN — West Carroll’s Lady War Eagles hit the road last Tuesday, March 19, to Martin to face the Lady Chargers and came home with a big 13-3 win.A 10-run third inning for West Carroll …

  • Bethel University Football: Spring Game Set for March 30

    Wednesday, March 27

    McKENZIE — The Annual Purple-Gold Spring Football Game will be this Saturday, March 30 at Wildcat Stadium. Kickoff is slated for 5 p.m. Spring football practice is underway as the Cats prepare …

  • MHS Rebels 0-2-1 after First Week

    Wednesday, March 27

    The McKenzie High School Rebels kicked off the soccer season last week with contests against three tough non-district opponents. They came away winless, losing by just one goal in two games and …

  • Fillies Defeat Lady War Eagles 18-3

    Wednesday, March 27

    ATWOOD (March 21) — Huntingdon’s Fillies took a 18-3 victory in 4.5 innings. Huntingdon had 5 runs in the second, 7 in the third, and 6 in the fourth innings. The team had 11 hits. Adyn …

  • HHS Basketball Teams, Cheerleaders Honored

    Wednesday, March 27

    HUNTINGDON (March 19) — Huntingdon High School women’s and men’s basketball teams, cheerleaders, and managers were honored during a banquet held on Monday, March 19 at the …

  • Huntingdon Tennis Courts to Receive Upgrade

    Wednesday, March 27

    HUNTINGDON — The four tennis courts at Veterans Park will soon receive a major face-lift thanks to the efforts of some local businesses and citizens in cooperation with the Town of …

  • Single Vehicle Accident Sends Driver to Hospital

    Wednesday, March 27

    McKENZIE (March 20) — A 73-year old McKenzie man was injured in a single-car accident on Wednesday, March 20 when his northbound vehicle crossed the centerline and exited the southbound …

  • Bow Wow at the Barn III Nets $4,710 for CCHS

    Wednesday, March 27

    McKENZIE (March 9) — Guests dance the night away to the music of Flash Back at the Carroll County Humane Society’s Bow Wow at the Barn III, held Saturday at The Venue at Waddell Place. …

  • McKenzie Elementary Hosts Mother-Son Game Night

    Wednesday, March 27

    McKENZIE (March 18) — McKenzie Elementary School hosted a Mother-Son Game Night Monday as a fundraiser for the PTO.Approximately 75 boys and 50 moms attended the event, which featured a variety …

  • Wi-Fi, LED Street Lighting, Digital Water Meters Coming to McKenzie

    Wednesday, March 27

    McKENZIE (March 22) — The City of McKenzie voted to replace all of the city’s 2,000 water meters, 1,111 Carroll County Electric Department-owned street lights, and provide Wi-Fi to access …

  • UT-M to Offer Free Tuition for Qualified Residents

    Wednesday, March 27

    NASHVILLE — University of Tennessee Interim President Randy Boyd has announced the creation of “UT Promise,” a financial aid program that will provide free tuition to qualifying …

  • Amber Eason is New Miss McKenzie

    Wednesday, March 27

    Amber Eason, 17, senior daughter of Stephen and Jennifer Eason, was crowned Miss McKenzie 2019. The royalty includes (L to R): Third Maid Claire Craddock, 18, senior daughter of Allison and Bryan …

  • Electric Board Approves Audit Contract, Hears Update on Meters

    Wednesday, March 27

    HUNTINGDON (March 19) — Carroll County Electric Board of Directors approved a contract with ATA CPA firm to conduct the financial audit at a rate of $16,110, a three percent increase over the …

  • McKenzie School Board to Meet

    Wednesday, March 27

    The McKenzie School Board meets Tuesday, April 2, at 5:30 p.m. at the central office. The board will consider the second reading of amendments to the MSSD policy manual regarding Tobacco-Free Schools …

  • West Carroll School Board to Meet

    Wednesday, March 27

    West Carroll’s Board of Education will meet in their monthly meeting on Thursday, April 4, at 6:30 p.m. with a short agenda on tap. They will discuss and/or approve the second reading of the …

  • A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee

    Wednesday, March 27

    McKenzie celebrated its 125th birthday with a cake served at the City Recreational Park in 1994. Pictured are Bea Barksdale’s grandchildren, J. T. Lindsey’s grandchildren, Gary McKinnie, …

  • Rebels Sweep War Eagles in Home-Away Pair

    Wednesday, March 27

    McKENZIE/ATWOOD (March 18-19) — District 11A baseball got underway last week as McKenzie and West Carroll met on back-to-back days. The Rebels came out on top in both contests with solid play …

  • Event Raises Over $10,000 For Cancer Society

    Wednesday, March 27

    HUNTINGDON (March 19) — The annual Celebrity Waiters Dinner, sponsored by Baptist Memorial Hospital – Carroll County was held at First Baptist Church on Tuesday, March 19. The event …

  • United Neighbors, Rotary, Bethel, CP Church, MHS Unite to Distribute Food

    Wednesday, March 27

    McKENZIE (March 23) — Approximately 200 families were served during the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee’s stop in McKenzie on Saturday, March 23 at McKenzie First Cumberland …

  • Austin, King Named to All-State Tournament Team

    Tuesday, March 26

    MURFREESBORO — Following the TSSAA Class A Boys Basketball Championship Game, players from participating teams were named to the All-State Tournament Team. Two McKenzie High School players, …

  • Mock Crash Demonstration Scheduled in McKenzie

    Tuesday, March 26

    The Carroll County Office of Coordinated School Health and Carroll County Prevention Coalition are facilitating a mock vehicle crash for area high schools this month. This announcement serves as …

  • Wildcats Win First NAIA Tournament Victory

    Tuesday, March 26

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Bethel Wildcats and the John Brown Golden Eagles tipped off the 82nd NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball National Championship last Wednesday morning at the …

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, March 26

    Theft — Police are looking for a Huntingdon man who allegedly stole a wallet and used a stolen debit card to make purchases.An arrest warrant has been issued against Michael Paul McMackin, 42, …

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, March 26

    •Micheal David King, 29, of Trezevant to Melanie Nicole Tidwell, 30, of Trezevant.•Trevor Taylor Gooch, 22, of Yuma to Taylor Michelle Peterson, 23, of Yuma.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, March 26

    HUNTINGDON (March 20-21) — The following defendants were bound over to the Grand Jury last week in Carroll County General Sessions Court:Christopher David Price, Vandyke Rd., Springville, bound …

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, March 26

    Thefts — The Banner reported last week that McKenzie Police investigated multiple thefts at McKenzie Elementary school earlier this month. Several teachers reported various amounts of money …

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, March 26

    •G & C Supply Co. Inc. to James Timothy and Wendy Rogers in District 21.•Jay Hoard Halsey III to Cheryle L. Swafford in District 16.•Larry Michael Williams and others to Matthew …

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, March 26

    Theft — A trailer was recently reported as being stolen from private property in Clarksburg.William Longmire of Yuma contacted the Sheriff’s Department on March 16 and told officers hisk …

  • Bethel Forevermore

    Tuesday, March 26

    I found myself with a solid case of writers block on what exactly I wanted to write about in this week’s edition. Family, city and Rotary business seemed to cloud my mind more than usual. …

  • Gardening, Farmers Market Class is April 6

    Tuesday, March 26

    Would you like to make a little extra money while enjoying gardening, crafts or baking? If so, you should plan to attend the Gardening and Farmers Market class on Saturday, April 6, 8:30 a.m. until …

  • Broadway Musical Fundraiser Concert

    Tuesday, March 26

    Back To Broadway, Baby! - a fundraising concert featuring 20 songs from 17 different Broadway musicals (including Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton, Spring Awakening, Wicked and many others) is Saturday, …

  • Union Baptist Church Services March 30, 31

    Tuesday, March 26

    Elder Lonnie Mozingo, pastor of Old Good Hope Primitive Baptist Church in Magee, Mississippi, is the visiting minister for Saturday and Sunday, March 30 and 31 services at Union Primitive Baptist …

  • VFW Youth Activities Breakfast

    Tuesday, March 26

    McKenzie VFW 4939 on Cherrywood Road hosts a Youth Activities Breakfast Saturday, March 30 from 6-10 a.m.

  • Carroll County Properties Committee to Meet

    Tuesday, March 26

    The Carroll County Properties Committee meets Friday, March 29, 2019 at 10 a.m. at the Carroll County Mayor’s Office at 625 High Street, Suite 101, Huntingdon, Tenn. The public is invited to …

  • Carroll County Resolutions Committee to Meet

    Tuesday, March 26

    The Carroll County Resolution Committee meets Monday April 1, 2019 at 9 a.m. at the Carroll County Mayor’s Office at 625 High Street Suite 101, Huntingdon, Tenn. The public is invited to …

  • Kathy Odell Green Clark

    Tuesday, March 26

    BRUCETON — Funeral services for Kathy Odell Green Clark, 64, are Wednesday, March 27, 2 p.m. at Bruceton Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Marlboro Cemetery.She was a dispatcher for McKenzie …

  • Lisa Annette Sloan

    Tuesday, March 26

    CLARKSBURG — Ms. Lisa Annette Sloan, 58, of Clarksburg, Tennessee, died Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at the Jackson Madison County General Hospital from injuries she received in an automobile …

  • Denise Sawyers Eason

    Tuesday, March 26

    GLEASON — Denise Ann Sawyers Eason, 63, died Saturday, March 16, 2019. She was born to June and George Thomas Sawyers on January 1, 1956. She was raised in Gleason, Tenn.  With her caring …

  • Linda Sue Smith Bryant

    Friday, March 22

    McKENZIE — Funeral services for Linda Sue Smith Bryant, age 73, is Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at Brummitt – McKenzie Funeral Home. The family will receive friends Saturday, …

  • Looking Back from our Sports Archives

    Wednesday, March 20

    10 YEARS AGO — High School Baseball: Central Tigers 8, McKenzie Rebels 4; Greenfield Yellowjackets 13, West Carroll War Eagles 1; Rebels 7, Tigers 3.*High School Softball: McKenzie Lady Rebels …

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