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On September 2, the members of the McKenzie High School Class of 1960 met for their sixty-third reunion. more
HUNTINGDON (September 30) — Twenty marching bands competed at Paul Ward Stadium in the Huntingdon Marching Invitational. more
McKENZIE — McKenzie High School is celebrating Homecoming 2023 this week. Friday includes a parade, a community pep rally, introduction of the Homecoming Court and the coronation of the queen, plus the Homecoming game featuring the McKenzie Rebels and the Houston County Fighting Irish. more
McKENZIE, Tenn. — Joel Washburn isn’t usually in the photo or the news story. His typical place is behind the camera or behind the keyboard. As publisher of the McKenzie Banner, he has made a career, continuing his 75-year family legacy of chronicling community life. However, in recent years, Washburn’s “community” has gone global. more
McKENZIE — The new 33,710 square-foot facility, multi-purpose sports practice facility is nearing completion. more
McKENZIE — Students of McKenzie Middle School hosted the See You At The Pole, a religious gathering filled with religious devotions, prayers, and sacred music. more
McKENZIE — Bethel University held a blood drive on the McKenzie campus and exceeded its goal in blood donations. more
It’s time for Shavonya’s Third Annual Fashion Show with live entertainment, vendors, door prizes, and food trucks. Garments designed by Shavonya Porter with two special guests. The event is on Saturday, October 7, 2023 at the Carroll County Civic Center, 201 Mustang Drive (Fairgrounds Rd), Huntingdon, TN 38344. Vendors open at noon and the fashion show starts at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 admission at the door. Kids 5 and under admission is free. For more information, contact Shavonya Porter 731-207-2479. more
James and Autumn Stephens of McKenzie announce the birth of their daughter, Myla Jane Stephens. The young lady was born September 5, 2023 at 6:59 p.m. at Baptist Memorial Hospital of Union City. She weighed 6 pounds and 9 ounces and was 20 inches long. more
Friday, September 8, 2023, was a great day for the annual Dr. Jerry Atkins Habitat for Humanity Golf Scramble. With blue skies and a light breeze the weather was perfect for a golf game. Eleven teams enjoyed a day of golf with all the proceeds going to Habitat. Upon arrival the participants were checked in, given a goodie bag, and received a meal from Chick-fil-A. A little before noon Michelle Sanders welcomed the participants and Mrs. Paula Atkins thanked everyone for coming. Drawings were held for sleeves of golf balls for door prizes. Before the participants left to go to their beginning holes, Brooks Jackson, youth minister at the Huntingdon church of Christ, prayed for the players and the work of Habitat. more
Six students from Carroll County attended the WestStar Leadership Program’s 2023 FutureStar Leadership Summit on Sept. 12 at the Boling University Center on the campus of the University of Tennessee at Martin. more
McKENZIE (September 12) — Representatives of West Tennessee Public Utility District held its annual luncheon to inform local governmental leaders about its growth, mission, safety standards, and how gas is affordable and clean. more
McKenzie (September 15) — McKenzie Fire and Rescue Department donated a 1988 Pierce pumper truck to the Carroll County Fire Department on Friday, September 15. more
McKenzie Marching Rebels competed in the South Gibson Marching Invitational held Saturday. A total of 19 bands competed. McKenzie placed first in Band in Class A competition, third place in field commander, and first place in color guard. more
McKenzie City Florist and More held its grand reopening on Friday, September 15. The business relocated to Broadway Street, next to McKenzie Memorial Library. more
Gleason Junior High held its 2013 football homecoming on Thursday, September 14. more
Bethel University along with the Carroll County Government and the Town of Huntingdon agreed to enter into an education partnership. In this agreement, Bethel University will extend a reduced tuition rate to both governments’ employees enrolling in Bethel’s on-line degree programs. This would include undergraduate degrees, graduate criminal justice tuition, and graduate business tuition. Bethel is also extending the benefit of a waived application fee to the employees applying to any of these programs. more
McKENZIE (September 8) — Congressman David Kustoff visited The McKenzie Banner along with other areas of Carroll County on Friday to talk about issues in Washington. more
HUNTINGDON (September 9) — The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life fund-raising event was held Saturday after a three-year absence due to the COVID pandemic. The scaled-down event was a good start to reinvigorate the event that once raised significant funds for the eradication of cancer. more
ATWOOD (September 7) — The West Carroll Special School District school board approved a $10 million budget for the 2024 fiscal year at their meeting Thursday, Sept. 7. This budget includes a 6.25 percent salary increase for all employees of the district. more
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