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Four proposed Constitutional amendments will be on the November 8 State and Federal General Election ballot.  Secretary of State Tre Hargett wants voters to know the process for amendments to pass in Tennessee. more
McKENZIE — An ongoing joint investigation by special agents with the Drug Investigation Division of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Huntingdon Police Department, and McKenzie Police Department has resulted in the arrest of a McKenzie man on multiple drug counts. more
The Huntingdon School Board met for their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, September 21 and approved a financing bond issue to use for needed renovation work. more
GLEASON (September 23) — Gleason High School hosted its 2022 football Homecoming on Friday culminating a week-long celebration, the announcement of the 2022 Homecoming Court and football victory over Greenfield. more
HUNTINGDON (September 24) — Huntingdon High School Alumni Association held its first-ever Mega Reunion with approximately 460 in attendance at the Carroll County Civic Center. The event was the culmination of the 29th Huntingdon Heritage Festival on Saturday, September 24. more
Cody Alcorn, of Atlanta, Georgia; April Armstrong, of Bartlett; and Jimmy Tosh, of Henry, will be honored with alumni awards from the University of Tennessee at Martin during homecoming festivities October 1. more
CARROLL COUNTY FAIREST OF FAIR 2022 — Brooklyn Polinski, 18, a graduate of West Carroll High School and a student at Jackson State Community College is the 2022 Fairest of the Fair. She is the daughter of Jessica Estes and Tommy Polinski of Atwood. She has blond hair and green eyes. Her career choice is to become a registered nurse. more
HUNTINGDON (September 24) — Dale R. Kelley was honored as the Outstanding Citizen of the Year and Lucy Vickers was honored as the Pioneer Family recipient during the 29th annual Huntingdon Heritage Festival on Saturday, September 24. more
Hello Banner Friends, My husband, Jack Hall, and I have just returned home to The Villages, Florida, on Sunday after spending a wonderful two and a half days in our former hometown. more
In the September 13 issue of The McKenzie Banner, more
The recent series of earthquakes in Mexico got me thinking about the New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811-1812. For those unfamiliar with the New Madrid Earthquakes, these were a set of three earthquakes and aftershocks that led to the natural creation of Reelfoot Lake in Lake and Obion counties. more
There was some controversy over where President Joe Biden and the First Lady were seated at the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. I believe they were 14 rows from the front. And many politicians, pundits, court watchers and regular folks took this as some type of slight to a sitting American president. more
Freshman Representative: Madison Polinski. Madison, the daughter of Tommy Polinski and Stephanie Polinski. more
Huntingdon — Huntingdon High School celebrated Homecoming ’22 last week capped by the naming of the Homecoming Queen and Royalty and of course the Homecoming game. more
The Trezevant Board met in their monthly session with a light agenda to deal with. The Board became one of the first municipal organizations to introduce and pass a resolution opposing the naming of the 1000 Acre Lake to Lake Halford. more
The Carroll County Fair kicked off Monday afternoon, September 19, with the Junior Livestock Show at 4 p.m. followed by the Junior Livestock Auction at 6 p.m. more
The Town of Huntingdon hosts its 29th Heritage Festival Saturday, September 24, with free, family-friendly activities from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This event is on Huntingdon’s historic town square.  more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Chiropractic Association (TCA) presented Dr. Brock Martin of Huntingdon with their esteemed Chiropractor of the Year award for his significant achievements and dedication to excellence. more
McKENZIE (September 15) — The City of McKenzie, local businesses, and hundreds of area citizens celebrated two milestones - the recent Small City Progress Award awarded to the City of McKenzie at the Tennessee Municipal League, and the retirement of three long-time businesspeople. more
Craig Moates has retired as the chief of police for McKenzie after eight years in the position, according to Mayor Jill Holland. more
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